Vitamin C

vitamin c

The Beauty Vitamin for More Collagen


Ascorbic acid

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is involved in numerous essential processes in the body. Since the human body cannot produce vitamin C on its own and does not store it, it must be consumed through food. Among the most important sources of vitamin C are fresh fruits such as berries and citrus fruits, but also cabbage, bell peppers and potatoes.

Above all, vitamin C has a reputation for preventing and curing colds. There is also some research and evidence that vitamin C can help prevent cancer.

In cosmetics, vitamin C is used to stimulate the metabolism of connective tissue and the production of collagen. It inhibits the degradation of collagen and regenerates damaged connective tissue. In addition, vitamin C promotes ceramide synthesis in the epidermis and stabilizes the skin barrier. It also has a brightening effect on the skin and significantly improves inflammatory, impure skin conditions.

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