Making sure your skin gets enough Pure Vitamin C
The body can’t produce its own Pure Vitamin C (L-Ascorbic Acid). Instead, we obtain it through supplements or diet – in foods like oranges, broccoli, leafy greens, grapefruit, and peppers. However, most of the Vitamin C we ingest never reaches the skin. Insufficient supplies mean that the skin can’t defend itself against external stressors such as UV rays, tobacco and pollution. As a result, dullness, hyperpigmentation and dark spots (caused by sun exposure, age and acne marks), open pores, lines and wrinkles may appear. This is called early or premature aging. Dermatologists therefore recommend applying Pure Vitamin C topically every day.