The Beauty


Published: May 30, 2023

If you already know a good deal of skincare, then I’m sure you already know at least some information about Vitamin C. On the other hand, if you’re just starting out on your journey to better skin care (first of all, welcome!), you might not be aware of all the benefits that Vitamin C can provide. There are literally hundreds of different Vitamin C products on the market today, and they can be found in both regular and pure beauty lines.Therefore, why did it become necessary to produce a product containing vitamin C? Because we aimed to give it a distinctive flavor. That has always been the driving force behind our brand, and we wanted to make it unique, and we wanted the neighbors to tell the neighbors, the daughters to tell their mothers, and so on and so forth.

In today’s blog we are going to discuss what Vitamin C is, why it is so beneficial for your skin, and then we are going to outline some of the key differences between the Super Lift Vitamin C-More Treatment and other Vitamin C products that are currently available on the market.

What exactly is this vitamin C?

Vitamin C, which is also commonly known as ascorbic acid, is an extremely powerful antioxidant that plays an important role in maintaining the health of our bodies as a whole. Extreme Vitamin C deficiency can lead to scurvy. Scurvy was once a common disease among sailors, and some of its symptoms included bleeding ulcers, loss of teeth, anemia, and slower healing of injuries.

What are the Benefits of Getting Vitamin C?

Vitamin C can help your body produce more collagen, which can lighten hyperpigmentation and can also protect your skin from harmful UV rays. These are just a few of the many ways that vitamin C can benefit your skin.

Vitamin C’s antioxidant power, especially when paired with Vitamin E, is excellent at helping to protect your skin from UV damage. Because your skin’s stores of Vitamin C are depleted over time by exposure to the sun and other forms of radiation, topical Vitamin C applied daily to your skin can be of great benefit. Long-term exposure to UV radiation is another cause of photoaging, which is described as “wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and marked changes in skin elasticity that cause skin laxity , with the skin becoming yellowish and rough with age.” Photoaging causes “wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and marked changes in skin elasticity that cause sagging skin.”

Vitamin C plays an important role in the production of collagen, which in turn plays a role in preventing signs of aging, such as wrinkles. Increasing barrier lipid production and and induction of keratinocyte differentiation have been proposed as mechanisms by which vitamin C may play a role in preventing  skin dehydration in a number of studies.

Misconceptions Regarding Vitamin C and Obstacles to Its Availability

Many people nay not be aware of this, but vitamin C is typically an extremely volatile ingredient. This is one of the major issues that arises with products containing vitamin C. Since it oxidizes in air, its stability in the formulation is very short-lived. This results in the product having a shorter shelf life and is generally less effective.

It is a widespread misconception that the better the product, the higher the percentage of vitamin C it contains. It is a known that higher concentrations of vitamin C, especially of a lower quality, can cause skin irritation, which may ultimately cause more harm than good. The fact that products containing unstable Vitamin C have a shorter shelf life also renders these higher percentages worthless.

The skin can be greatly transformed without any additional irritation by using a lower percentage of higher quality Vitamin C’s (as we use in the Super Lift), as part of a thoughtful and comprehensive formula (we’ll discuss this topic in more detail later).

Differences Between Conventional Treatment and Super Lift Vitamin C-More Treatment

There are literally hundreds of different Vitamin C products on the market, so when we decided to make our own, we wanted them to give consumers more than just Vitamin C. After three years and a total of 209 iterations, we came up with the final version of the Super Lift Vitamin C-More Treatment.

L’ascorbic acid is the form of vitamin C most  commonly used in the cosmetics industry; however, as previously mentioned, this form of vitamin C is notoriously unstable. There have been many significant advances in the development of stable Vitamin C (the majority of which are extremely expensive), and the Super Lift uses not one, but three of these innovations – Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, and Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate. All of these innovations are made possible by significant advances in the development of stable Vitamin C. All of these different forms of vitamin C are shelf-stable, highly bioavailable, and use a liposomal delivery method to penetrate the skin for greater effect.

Interestingly, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, one of the types of Vitamin C that we use, has been investigated for its ability to compete with Retinol in reducing acne. In a study comparing the effects of 0.2% Retinol and 5% Vitamin C SAP, Retinol showed a 49.50% reduction in acne after 8 weeks. Vitamin C SAP showed a reduction of 48.82 percent in the appearance of acne after 8 weeks.

To learn More

Vitamin C is an extremely powerful ingredient that can provide numerous benefits to the skin, including sun protection and slowing the onset of the aging process.While the three forms of vitamin C we use are the most important ingredients in Super Lift, the includes so much more. Follow this link if you are interested in learning a little more about what Super Lift has to offer, and follow this link if you are interested buying Super Lift Vitamin C-More Treatment.