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Product summary

"La Roche-Posay - 10% Pure Vitamin C Serum" is effective for: Anti-inflammatory, Anti-aging and Evens skin tone

This product could be helpful for: Moisturizing, but its actives are not the most effective or are not well-studied.

Ingredient callouts

  • This product also contains Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) 4.50% - 6.70% It can be helpful in stimulating collagen production, neutralizing free radicals in skin and improving pigmentation marks. We recommend to use up this product quickly after opening: Ascorbic Acid degrades fast when it gets in contact with air and light. The moment the product turns orange, it is a sign that a significant share of the vitamin C in it is no longer effective.
  • Peptides (acetyl dipeptide-1 cetyl ester 0.05% - 0.20%). Peptides are a very big group of ingredients. They all consist of a different combination of aminoacids. Our skin produces Peptides naturally. Some of them work as natural antibiotics, promote wound-healing and production of collagen. The scientists are still studying how effective the topical application of Peptides is, but it is very likely that theynare helpful. Peptides might be able to support skin barrier restoration and even have an anti-aging benefit. At the very least, they certainly help attract water to the skin and support the hydration in this way.
  • Adenosine 0.05% - 0.20%. It is a chemical present inside our skin cells. A clinical trial confirmed that topical application of Adenosine in a low concentration can reduce dynamic wrinkles (these are the wrinkles that appear with age in a places where our mimic is the most active, for example, in the corners of the eyes or on the forehead).
  • Humectants (hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid 0.05% - 0.25%, sodium hyaluronate 0.05% - 0.25% and glycerin 2.00% - 3.00%). These ingredients help attract water to the upper layer of the skin and improve the skin hydration.

Price

The product retails for 60.00CA$ in Canada, from 49.99A$ up to 104.55A$ in Australia, from 38.00$ up to 39.99$ in the United States and from 30.00£ up to 40.00£ in the United Kingdom.

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