This is a Sample Size
Deep Vitamin C Serum with penetrating Vitamin C
(full size product also shown above)
*With two forms of Vitamin C that penetrate the dermis. (because water soluble Vitamin C evaporates off the skin)
*17% total Vitamin C. 10% Ascorbic Acid & 7% Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, an oil soluble form of Vitamin C. These are combined in a gel base which acts as a "dermal patch", releasing the water soluble acid slowly, and the lipid soluble form rapidly.
*Formulated to penetrate the skin's dermis
*Effectively delivers Vitamin C beneath the dermis to keep Collagen growth stimulated & healthy
*Improves skin texture
*In a silicone serum base that provides a thin breathable barrier & protective layer for your skin
*Pea sized amount can cover your face
*Apply daily, alone, or mix with your favorite facial cream.
100% Happiness & Satisfaction Guarantee on all LHB Natural Skincare products!
**As seen at New York Fashion Week**
CUSTOMER REVIEW: "The deep c serum starting healing the lesions on my face with the first application and within three days they were almost completely healed. I work outside and my skin has paid the price, this product has made an amazing difference and the hyaluronic serum 7 is very calming to my red inflamed spots. Thank you for the quality ingredients in your products. - Jeannette B.
Our formula is based on a published Dermatological Study, which you can read about here: (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11896774?dopt=AbstractPlus)
Further Ingredient Information:
Our Deep C Serum combines ultrafine L-Ascorbic Acid, with oil soluble Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, a form of Vitamin C that's been modified to be more lipid soluble. This modification allows it to better penetrate the skin. The problem with most topical forms of vitamin C is that they're water soluble and can't make it through the lipid-rich skin barrier to reach the dermis of the skin. Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate is able to successfully penetrate the layers of the epidermis to the underneath layer of dermis. It is in the dermis that Collagen, a protein that gives skin its youthful firmness and ability to resist wrinkles, is made.
Vitamin C has a variety of benefits for health and for maintaining healthy, youthful skin. It functions as an antioxidant, helping to offset oxidative damage that degrades collagen and leads to wrinkles and saggy skin. When skin is exposed to ultraviolet light from the sun, a sequence of events occurs that leads to free radical production. These free radicals damage skin cell membranes and activate enzymes that break down collagen and elastin, two most important proteins that keep skin firm and youthful. Vitamin C has the ability to donate electrons to free radicals so they aren’t as damaging to cellular structures. Vitamin C isn’t a substitute for sunscreen, but it does provide extra protection against oxidative damage that can lead to premature aging and skin cancer.
Another benefit of vitamin C is it stimulates collagen production. Since collagen provides skin with the support it needs to stay firm and youthful, this helps to reduce wrinkles and skin sagging. A study published in the Archives of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery found that participants who used topical vitamin C for three months experienced a decrease in fine lines and wrinkles and an improvement in skin texture. This was confirmed by a similar study published in the journal Dermatologic Surgery. Topical vitamin C also appears to be effective for lightening excessive skin pigmentation and improving the appearance of stretch marks. It also reduces redness and inflammation after laser surgery.
Dimethicone is an organic polymer that the cosmetic industry values for its powerful ability to keep the skin adequately lubricated, even during the driest and harshest winter weather. As a non-comedogenic ingredient, it provides a significant amount of emollience and coverage to the skin, without adding any heaviness.
Complete Ingredient List: Dimethicone, Dimethicone Crosspolymer, L-Ascorbic Acid, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate
Follow us on all Social Media @lhbskin