We use the highest quality ingredients in the exact formulation to to make them most effective.
L-ascorbic acid, or Vitamin C, is a well known ingredient in skincare that is known to revitalize, brighten, and moisturize the skin. Like how Vitamin C can help ward off illness and is vital for your health, when applied to the skin as part of a medical grade serum, Vitamin C helps prevent free radicals and damaging UV rays from penetrating your skin.
The 15% concentration is the perfect amount to reap the benefits of a Vitamin C serum with relatively few side effects or risk of irritation. Along with general rejuvenation of the skin, Vitamin C has been shown to stimulate healing, help address scarring, promote collagen production, and aid in the treatment of hyperpigmentation.
You may know that alpha tocopherol, also known as Vitamin E, is good for the skin. However, the sun--even when properly protected--can damage the skin along with providing nourishing Vitamin D. Adding a small amount of Vitamin E to our medical grade ferulic acid serum boosts the prevention and protection effects. While it may make up only a small percentage of the serum, Vitamin E is among one of the most potent skincare ingredients.
The top benefit of Vitamin E is that it contributes to the growth and increased health of skin cells. When your skin stops producing as much collagen, this leads to a decline in the number of new skin cells produced. Vitamin E helps you exfoliate away dead skin cells and your skin grow new healthier cells. It also can help reduce damage from UV rays.
Hyaluronic acid is a frequently found skincare ingredient, and for a good reason. This naturally occurring acid is a substance known as a humectant. This means that it both locks in moisture in the skin and draws in moisture through binding with water particles. This can especially help dry skin and may sooth the skin of inflammation and possible irritation from the ingredients protecting your skin.
Along with moisturizing the skin, hyaluronic acid helps keep the skin supple and soft. Overall, hyaluronic acid can help treat the existing signs of aging and may prevent future aging.
Ferulic acid is an antioxidant derived from the cells of various plants including grains, oats, peanuts, flaxseed, and various others. While ferulic acid makes up the lowest concentration in the overall serum, it pulls much of the weight. The other ingredients in our medical grade ferulic acid serum also boost the effects of ferulic acid. So, what does ferulic acid do, and how does it benefit your skin? Here’s the breakdown: