Say Hello to a Superior C-Serum
Vitamin C for your skin.
You should never see "water" in the ingredients label for your Vitamin C serum. This is because water is known to oxidize and degrade vitamin C – especially when exposed to light.
Most common C-serums are formulated with L-Ascorbic acid, a water-soluble form of vitamin C that's absorbed into the bloodstream and eliminated through urine once the body doesn't have immediate use for it. Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate (THD Ascorbate) however, is a groundbreaking alternative that offers a lipid-soluble solution to ineffective C-serums.
The ability to dissolve in fat makes THD Ascorbate a superior version of vitamin C that lasts longer in the body and provides improved anti-aging, antioxidant benefits.
Learn more about C Antioxidant Gel 20% – formulated with THD Ascorbate – here.