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The 3 Vitamin C Serum Mistakes You Didn’t Know You Were Making

March 19, 2014

 

Not all Vitamin C Serums are created equal. Here are 3 major Vitamin C Serum mistakes you didn’t know you were making.

1. Not all Vitamin Cs are the same. Vitamin C comes in a lot of different forms. For example, ascorbic acid is one form of Vitamin C, but it can actually cause acne and irritation when applied topically. Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, on the other hand, is a gentle, stable and water-soluble form of Vitamin C. This means it is easily absorbed by the skin and can penetrate deep to stimulate collagen production. Sano Naturals Vitamin C Serum is made with Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate for maximum safety and absorption.

 

2. Your Vitamin C Serum shouldn’t be scented. Natural Vitamin C is odorless. Any fragrance – even a citrus fragrance – is probably a synthetic additive. This can lead to breakouts and skin irritation. Sano Naturals Vitamin C Serum is odorless, natural & organic because what you put on your skin is absorbed into your body.

3. Your Vitamin C Serum shouldn’t be colored. Pure Vitamin C is colorless. If your Vitamin C Serum is colored this means 1 of 2 things: First, either it has oxidized, which means it is ineffective. Or it has a color additive. This is not natural, and can lead to clogged pores and breakouts. Sano Naturals Vitamin has no artificial additives.

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