C+ is the ultimate innovation in urban skincare
The most sought-after treatments in our clinic are those that address ageing. Therefore, we devote constant attention to understanding how to confront the myriad of aggressors that lead to visible lines, wrinkles, and skin dullness.
Free radicals are unstable molecules that break down cells, causing wrinkles and increasing skin dryness. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that integrates into the structure of your skin harmoniously, aiding in the synthesis of Collagen and Elastin by slowing down the damage caused by free radicals.
Ethyl Ascorbic Acid is an incredibly stable form of Vitamin C that is more readily taken up by your skin cells than any other form, with 85% conversion to pure Ascorbic Acid in the dermis. Vitamin E and Ferulic Acid, both powerful antioxidants by themselves, work synergistically to further stabilise the Ethyl Ascorbic Acid and create a highly potent, long-lasting formula. The addition of hyaluronic acid, plumps, and hydrates, leaving an even, dewy complexion.
Within this formula we have sought out ingredients with the most advanced regenerative properties that also enhance the delivery and stability of Vitamin C, creating a potent skin treatment that keeps your skin tight, clear, and youthful.
Tip: If you use DNA or A+ Complex, alternate these at night and use C+ in the morning, otherwise they can cancel out the effectiveness of the ingredients.
What Should You Look For In a Vitamin C Serum?
- the addition of antioxidants to stabilise a Vitamin C formula. Ferulic Acid, Totora, and Vitamin E within the C+ complex stabilises the formula, whilst also protecting your skin against oxidative stress
- the serum should have a pH that is less than 3.5. Without that, the serum won’t be able to penetrate the skin and will cause irritation
- vitamin C serums should be made from Ethyl Ascorbic Acid at 10% plus for maximal absorption, it is incredibly stable unlike L-ascorbic acid, it doesn’t oxidise in light, heat, or oxygen. It is also more readily taken up by the skin cells than any other direct-acting forms of topical Vitamin C, with 85 % conversion to Ascorbic Acid in the dermis