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      do u guys know abut the vitamin c serum for the skin care??how many of u r familiar n using it?i need some information abut it?i hv heard dat it is very benificial for the skin...plzz share ur experiences??

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      yeah it is good..but vit c doesnt have a long shelf life..which is why you cant rely on the ones found in supermarkets..you can make one at home by getting ascorbic-L acid powder (vit c) and mix it in glycerin and water..make it in small quantities..so when you are done using it..make more as needed..
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      okk thnxx....but wat i ll tell the name to chemist at drug store vit-c powder is needed or ascorbic-L acid???n is it relyable 4 skin??i mean is it safe?

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      Hey Horizon, just saw this thread...

      Vit C serum is good for the skin, it's meant to plump up skin collagen, make the skin a more even tone, eradicate sun damage like sun spots and make the skin brighter.

      I've been using it for about a year and have to say that while I don't notice any collagen benefits, the main thing it does is makes the skin brighter and gives it a glow. Vit C is a good antioxidant and apparently also protects the skin against the sun.

      Best vit C serums are Cellex C and Skin Ceuticals. Obagi does one also.

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      thnxx tania as i was luking forward 4 the rite reply,,plzz tell me which cream or serum in cellex c r u using??i mean the name of serum in this brand?

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      No worries Horizon. I'm actually not using Cellex-C myself. I've used Skin Ceuticals in the past which is good but sticky but am currently using Henry Tianus (organic brand) Antioxidant Youthful Essence which has 20% Vit C concentration along with other antioxidants. It's not widely available though, only via online or a couple of organic shops in London.

      The Cellex C serum is called 'High Potency Serum' and it has 10% Vit C concentration. The highest concentration you can get in Vit C serums is 20%. Personally,

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      Personally, I would opt for Cellex-C over Skin Ceuticals.

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      has any body tried c serum from Cosmetic Skin Solutions... they have 10% and 20%... which one i shd start with?

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      I have been using OBAGI vit-c 20% from last yr and i have to say its works wonder gives a glow and also faded my brown spots.The container is adrk blue and I keep is away from light all the time to keep it active for long.
      I know I can make it at home but Its get inactive in few days .I rather get if from my friend with good discout who works for a Doc.

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      Yep Vit C is excellent for your skin- i currently use it as part of my moisturising routine- its ideal for women ....as it restores the elastacity of the skin and allows your skin to regenerate and therefore conditions it- go for it
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      The only vitamin c serum I can find readily available in the U.K. is the the vitamin c skin reviver from the body shop. I use it myself and it's great, esp mixed with a little vitamin e oil. It also has great reviews.

      The Body Shop - Vitamin C Skin Reviver