L’core’s Vitamin C products
L’core’s Vitamin C products help to rejuvenate aged skin
Skin aging tends to get accelerated by exposure to ultraviolet radiation, environmental pollutants, and such other factors. This leads to degrading of collagen and triggering off oxidative stress in the skin. This is why L’core cosmetics make use of a remedy that has been used by ancient civilizations to heal their skin. This can help to overcome all these undesirable effects. It is Vitamin C that has been an essential component for the production of collagen by the body. Besides, it is a potent antioxidant too which helps to rejuvenate aged skin.
L’core cosmetics containing Vitamin C
Vitamin C is an important nutrient for maintaining overall health. But the fact remains that very little of it reaches the skin when it is orally ingested. Also, with age the vitamin C levels in the skin tend to decline. This is why L’core cosmetics are replenishing Vitamin C levels directly in the skin to help combat collagen degradation along with oxidative stress. Clinical trials have shown that when Vitamin C is applied topically, it promotes the formation of collagen. Also it helps to mitigate the impact of free radicals. In this way, it helps to maintain firm as well as youthful skin.
L’core Paris is well aware that when vitamin C is topically applied, it helps to provide a skin-rejuvenating effect. This is because it improves collagen synthesis in the skin that tends to slow down with aging. Also it helps to limit skin damage from free radicals. Collagen refers to a structural support protein. It is essential for having a firm and youthful skin. This amount of collagen in the skin declines with age. It is an ongoing process which tends to get accelerated by various factors like sunlight, smoke, free radicals, as well as inflammation. L’core Paris makes use of topical vitamin C in its products as this is one of the most effective ways to boost the synthesis of collages as well as slowing its degradation.
Topical vitamin C preparation is important as humans lack the ability to produce it. Also, Vitamin C is water-soluble. This means that a great deal of the vitamin C that we ingest tends to get excreted rapidly. Thus, oral supplementation with vitamin C help to maintain overall health, but this is not very effective at increasing the concentration of vitamin C in the skin.