Ascorbic Acid Skincare

Ascorbic skincare acid can be overwhelming especially when it comes to your skin. As the name also suggests, can be very expensive. Ascorbic Acids, like most other skincare products cater to a wide range of skin types so I am wanting to go through a few now.

Ascorbic Acid:

Also know as Vitamin C is necessary for repair of all your bodies tissue. It is also a water-soluble nutrient found in some foods, acting as a antioxidant, helping to protect cells further from damage. Vitamin C is essential to make Collagen, a protein to help heal wounds.

Related: The Benefits of Vitamin C

Salicylic Acid:

One of the best home remedies is using Aspirin to fight blackheads and whiteheads. It works by unclogging pores but also acting as an anti-inflammatory which calms inflamed skin.

Glycolic Acid:

Is great for exfoliating or aging skin. Derived from sugar cane, yet the most effective off all exfoliating acids, making this the most popular of all.

Dermatologists are familiar in using this to prep for other procedures and almost all skin types. This is excluding people with sensitive skin or rosacea.

Related: Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) WebMD

Hyaluronic Acid:

I had purchased this product called Hyaluronic Acid Anti-Aging Facial Serum towards the end of May 2019 and had found some interesting results.

First, I want to say that it has reduced my fine lines on my forehead area and under my eyes. Although still noticeable, the nasolabial folds have reduced (enough to make it noticeable).

I cannot confirm in my case if this has boost hydration in or around my face and front neck but doesn’t feel as dry. After a 1/2 day (12 hour) wear, my face does become a little oily yet still looks and feels fresh.

Having sensitive skin, my skin/face has taken well to this product. No signs yet of redness or rash type markings.

You only need a very little for this product to last you a while so well worth purchasing. Being cruelty free is an added bonus.