By Jacklin Yalmeh
Vitamin C is a component that cannot be made by our body. The human body needs this and other vitamins for our overall health, and to support various tissues like skin and bones. Vitamin C plays an important role in collagen production.
Frequent lack of Vitamin C in your body can create a condition called scurvy. Fortunately, modern cases of scurvy are extremely rare.
(It was commonly associated with sailors in the 16th to18th centuries who typically navigated long voyages without enough Vitamin C and frequently perished from the condition. The British Royal Navy started carrying limes or lemons with them in the early 19th Century to combat this disease, and their sailors were frequently referred to as “Limeys”).
Alright, back to modern times. As stated, the lack of Vitamin C can speed the aging process. Because Vitamin C is an important component in collagen production, the lack of it will weaken collagen production, and can often lead to premature aging.
Sagging skin, wrinkles, dark spots, discolorations, dry and flaking skin are often the result of deficiency of Vitamin C in the body.
Vitamin C is an essential component for our body so it is important to feed our body and our skin with the right amount daily. The good news is that you can treat Vitamin C deficiency with supplements and foods rich in Vitamin C.
By taking Vitamin C supplements and eating foods rich in Vitamin C and by using serums rich in Vitamin C, you are not only insuring your overall health, you are also helping your skin look beautiful, radiant and young.
Feed your skin with Vitamin C Serum. This can help you minimize dark spots, wrinkles, discolorations and sagging skin. Vitamin C serum also will help you to protect your skin against UV Rays, especially from sun exposure, and other environmental damages.
Our Vitamin C serum is filled with 20% Vitamin C, powerful antioxidants and other essential plant based ingredients that are important for collagen boosting and elasticity of your skin. Vitamin C Serum will help remove skin dullness and regenerate newer, more radiant and younger looking skin.
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