Wednesday, 23 August 2017

The top 5 best Vitamin C serums in 2017

There are many beauty products on the market today that flood mainstream media through social media channels, television ads, and magazine layouts. There are even a plethora of ads and marketing campaigns that are rampant all over the web. Ads, social media posts, and marketing campaigns can entice you to purchase a product without much thought to the actual product and how it will benefit you. It can be a challenge as a consumer to find the best products at the right price that will work best for you. This article will focus on the top best vitamin c serums on the market in 2017 so that you can make a better informed decision on your purchase. For additional information, be sure to educate yourself with some vitamin c serum reviews.
The top 5 best Vitamin C serums in 2017

Radha Beauty. This serum offers 20% clinical grade vitamin C and 10% hyaluronic acid. Combined these ingredients help your skin look younger and feel healthier. If you are prone to wrinkles or age spots, after using this product consistently, you will notice that these signs of aging have decreased. If you are not yet concerned about ageing but do have other skin worries such as acne, this serum can help decrease inflammation and acne scarring. If you are in the market for a great product that is budget-friendly as well as cruelty-free, the Radha Beauty serum is a good choice. You can purchase with confidence as they offer a 180 day 100% satisfaction guarantee. 

Majestic Pure Vitamin C Serum. This product boasts that it is also an antioxidant and will provide younger looking skin after consistent use. This product consists of 20% Vitamin C as well as hyaluronic acid, Vitamin E, and ferulic acid. While this product is a favourite among many consumers for decreasing the signs of ageing and making skin appear healthier, the smell of the serum can be a bit overpowering. In addition, applying the serum can be a bit tricky as the substance is a thin liquid. The best way to apply is to use a sponge or cotton swab for even application. 

TruSkin Naturals Vitamin C-Plus, anti ageing treatment. A favourite among many, this serum offers a milder smell than others listed and therefore is probably the most commonly used. This product offers 20% Vitamin C that comes from sodium ascorbyl phosphate. Because of this, this product is often quite a bit less expensive than competitors. This product is vegan, cruelty-free, paraben free, and organic. 

Kleem Organics Rejuvenating Vitamin C Serum. This serum has been noted to cause irritation on skin that is not used to using vitamin C. If you have used it before however, this could be a great choice for you as it offers 20% Vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, jojoba oil, Vitamin E, ferulic acid, aloe vera, and witch hazel, all of which have great impact on healthy skin.

SkinCeuticals Phloretin CF Broad-range antioxidant. Perhaps one of the most expensive items on our list, this serum is made with a water-base and has been researched for years. This product can offer the rejuvenation of ageing skin and the prevention of many skin problems. The product contains 10% L-ascorbic acid which is considered to be a pure form of Vitamin C. Because of it’s potency, it works very well with only a small amount applied to the skin. While on the expensive side, it can last a very long time and the results are worthwhile.



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15 comments:

  1. I've never had a problem with Truskin products and it's great to hear it's Cruelty Free too!

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  2. I've not tried any of these before. I love the sound of the Majestic serum though I'd definitely like to check how strong the scent is before I get it.

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  3. This is really interesting and I love how you havecreally analysed each product, very helpful forvsomeone like me who didn't know anything about these products.

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  4. These are great reviews of each product and you've gone into tons of detail which is fab!

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  5. I love vitamin C in skincare! It is so good for my skin, really helps to brighten :)


    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  6. I've not tried any of these so it's good to find out about some different brands :) xx

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  7. I've never tried any of these brands. My go to vit C serum is from The Oridinary... fab quality and a great price

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  8. I've used the vitamin c serum from the body shop before but it's not something which i use nearly enough x

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  9. A very good and in depth review and great detailing about the products. I've never used any vitamin c serums before but I might have a go now I know the benefits!

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  10. I haven't tried any of these! I have tried a few vitamin c products but they have irritated my sensitive skin.

    www.EmmyWritesAbout.com

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  11. Oh I like the sound of the Kleem one - I'm on the hunt at the moment for something new to try on my skin as it's been looking less than awesome!

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  12. For a minute I was really confused and thought you put the serum in your hair! Shows how often I use these kind of products. I like that they have the pipette with most of them. It gives you a little more control with how much you use and make it last a little longer. I don't really have signs of ageing yet being 24 but I do have lines where I squint a lot... maybe these would help decrease the look of these! There's me hoping! :)

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  13. I definitely need to introduce a Vitamin C serum into my skincare routine!

    Cass | CassandraMyee

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  14. I don't think I have any skincare with vitamin C in, I'll have to get some!

    Rachel | Hey Rachieface

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