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CE-Ferulic- Why We Love it!

Everyone is well aware of the hype surrounding Vitamin C. Many products claim to contain Vitamin C, however, the amount of L-Ascorbic Acid might be very minor, and not have a great impact on the skin. Skinceuticals CE Ferulic is an award winning vitamin C combination antioxidant serum proven to deliver advanced environmental protection against atmospheric skin ageing. CE Ferulic has scientific research proving to compat UV rays and pollution whilst combatting fine lines and wrinkles. When choosing what Vitamin C to buy there are a few things to consider, the concentration of the Vitamin C should be between 10%-20%.

What does CE Ferulic contain?

The key technology in this renowned Vitamin C is the following:

-15% pure Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid)

-1% pure Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol)

-0.5% Ferulic Acid

CE Ferulic stands out against its other competitors due to its high percentage of Vitamin C. The high quantity of L-ascorbic acid has shown to increase skin firmness by 37%, and reduce the appearance of fine lines by 27%.

When purchasing a Vitamin C its also important to note the packaging/style of the bottle. Ensure that the product packaging or the bottle is a dark glass bottle that contains a dropper instead of a pump. The reason for this is that the Vitamin C is less likely to oxidise, and therefore will stay potent for longer.

Skinceuticals also offers two other alternative Vitamin C products, that are tailored to different skin concerns. The Silymarin CF is suitable for those with oily, acne prone skin, and the Phloretin CF is targeted towards those with pigmentation concerns. Both products still contain high levels of Vitamin C, combatting free radical damage and dramatically improving skin radiance.

The Skinceuticals Vitamin C range is available at the Dr Fresh Clinic in Melbourne CBD. Our dermal clinicians are able to assist you in deciphering which Vitamin C best suits your skin needs.

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