Reviewing vitamin c derivatives in skincare, the benefits of using them and the best vitamin c derivative for your skin type.
Hey guys and welcome back to Mad About Skin. Today we take a look at vitamin c derivatives in skincare and how you can get glowing skin without any of the sensitivity you get with l-ascorbic acid.
Vitamin c derivatives have been around for some time but its hard to know the individual benefits which you can get from including the different types in your skincare routine. In this video we break down each vitamin c derivative from the ordinary vitamin c through to some other amazing vitamin c serum choices.
Vitamin C derivatives can be used alongside antioxidants and peptides without denaturing them and also alongside niacinamide without causing sensitivity so they are a perfect addition to a skincare routine if you like to keep it simple.
Find the best vitamin c derivative for your skin type with this expert guide to vitamin c.
I would love to know if you have tried any of the derivatives mentioned or whether you will be sticking to ascorbic acid so leave me a comment below.
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4:30 Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate
8:30 Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate
11:00 Ascorbyl Glucoside
12:30 Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate
13:40 Ethylated Ascorbic Acid
Jordan Samuel hydrate facial serum
The Ordinary 100% l-ascorbic acid powder
The Ordinary ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate solution 20% in vitamin F
The Ordinary ascorbyl glucoside solution 12%
The Ordinary magnesium ascorbyl phosphate solution 10%
NIOD ethylated l-ascorbic acid network ( ELAN )
4:05 Antioxidants in skincare
The Ordinary Vitamin C Guide
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