Need a really good vitamin c serum

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Walnutcakelover Sun 03-Mar-13 21:41:38

I am looking into buying a really good vitamin c serum, not too expensive but not cheap either, any recommendations please. Thank you.

cedge Wed 13-Mar-13 13:39:05

gd1976 - I agree. There are simple recipes on the net. Much more effective IMO.

Kirstine1213 Thu 09-Jan-14 08:20:49

I read online about vitamin C 's benefits for the skin so I decided to do some research on it, and I found on Amazon about VoilaVe Triple Action Vitamin C Serum. I never took care of my skin until I got older, I wanted something like this to help the damage I'd already done and stop the constant dryness. After using this for a few weeks now, I can definitely feel the difference in my skin. It makes my face feel smooth and refreshed. I love this product so much, it quickly became my daily skin care routine. It is effective and affordable. It's worth a try.

Weelady77 Thu 09-Jan-14 08:56:51

Do you use it instead of moisturiser or with it??

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HazeltheMcWitch Wed 05-Feb-14 15:04:33

Wow, this does not sound like spam at all.

it does, it does

Beautystreet Thu 08-May-14 23:36:24

I'm loving Medik8 CE-Thione. Loads of good review I think it's similar formula to the Skinceutucals CE-Ferulic but less greasy. It's normally about £80 but I buy from Effortless Skin for £70.

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SuperFlyHigh Sat 11-Jul-15 08:08:28

Bookmarking as this sounds like what I need.

WLTMEET Sat 11-Jul-15 10:51:04

I also second making your own. Vit C is very unstable so there's a question mark about how much of the active ingredient is actually in the shop bought products. It's super cheap to make your own, but does require a little effort once a week or so

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