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Antioxidant and Anti-aging. It is a less potent form of vitamin C which is good for all skin types
Lasting skin whitening and spots reduction effect by breaking down into l-ascorbic acid to fade existing dark spots and inhibit melanin production in the skin
Reduce free radical damages caused by the exposure to UV radiation
Prevent UV induced cell damage as well as the effects of ageing by sun exposure
Increased collagen production which is facilitated by the breakdown of ascorbyl glucoside into l-ascorbic acid
Where is it from:
Ascorbyl glucoside is a clever combination of vitamin C and glucose. The naturally-occurring sugar, derived from sources like rice starch, is paired with synthetic vitamin C to create an incredibly stable form
Who is it good for:
Since the vitamin C is stable, it is good for all skin types especially those looking to brighten their dull skin
What is bad with Ascorbyl Glucoside?
Avoid using it with products with Benzoyl peroxide as it can oxidise vitamin c and also products with Retinol