Well, here is a different Vitamin C serum that I have had the opportunity to use and tell you all about. I guess by now you have surmised that I have found that vitamin serum makes my skin look good and feel good, too. Some of the vitamin C serums are a bit watery, but the Candid Essentials 20% Vitamin C Serum is not watery. It is a thin "liquid" gel type serum. It has a very slight yellow tint to it. However, once you place it in the palm of your hand you don't "see" color. It goes on smoothly and nicely. I like the way it makes my face feel and look and I believe using this natural product can only bring benefits to my skin.
See the image above? Well, just read what this Vitamin C serum does. Impressive! Did you notice that there are no SLS, no Parabens, no Phthalates, no Toxins, and no Harmful Chemicals? Did you notice, too, that it is natural and organic? Wow!
I plan to continue using Vitamin C serums and the Candid Essentials brand is one of the good ones. I recommend this to my readers as a good product to investigate for your own use.
Product Description (from Candid Essentials)Our Serum is a combination of STAY-C® 50, Vitamin E, Feluric Acid and Hyaluronic Acid for the most powerful anti-aging properties and added skin protection.
Topical Vitamin C is easier and safer than a facelift or chemical peel and can be just as effective at reversing the impact of environmental damage.
If you have experienced:* Loss of elasticity to your face
* Fine lines and wrinkles
* Sun spots and skin discoloration
* Dry skin
Our Vitamin C can help* Boost collagen production to reduce and prevent fine lines & wrinkles for a firmer appearance
* Minimize sun spots and skin discoloration by creating a more even toned skin and a beautiful, healthy glow
* Reduce oxidative damage caused by harmful elements like sunlight, smoke, and air pollution and prevent further damage
* Smooth the texture of your skin, minimize your pores and give you a brighter, vibrant complexion
DISCLOSURE: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.