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Vitamin C serums get down to the cellular level to protect skin from free radicals, which can damage skin in the forms of discoloration, fine lines, and wrinkles.
SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic ($166) has been heralded the “gold standard” in vitamin C serums by dermatologists for it’s scientifically-backed formula.
I had heard that TruSkin Naturals makes a vitamin C serum that yields similar results for a fraction of the price ($19.99), so I decided to try both for a month.
Ultimately, while both products gave my skin a nice sheen, the SkinCeuticals serum was more effective at lightening sun spots, discoloration, and dark circles over time.
Vitamin C serums are staples in the routines of skin-care fanatics, but they’re not just a trend — scientific evidence tells us that topical vitamin C promotes collagen production, lightens hyperpigmentation, and protects skin from free radicals. These qualities work together to leave …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Life