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Labelle The Premium Vita C Booster Pure 12% (10ml)
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A skin boosting serum infused with 12% pure STAY-C50, a more stable form of Vitamin C (ascorbic acid), which delivers rich nutrition deep into the skin, making it brighter and radiant while reducing wrinkles. It also helps to lighten and remove acne scars.
- Dark Spots, pigmentation and acne scars
- Brightening dull skin
- Reducing fine lines and wrinkles
- Evening out skin tone
- Recovery of damaged skin cells
Things to Note:
- This is not your usual vitamin C as it uses a much more stable composition (STAY-C© 50) which allows it to stay effective over a longer period of time.
- The vitamin C serum is sensitive to light. Do store it in dark and cool environment to ensure highest efficacy after opening.
- On rare occasions, some people may face slight irritation due to the vitamin C. So do a small patch test if you have not used vitamin C before.
- Cap the product and store in the fridge if possible to keep product effective
- Use daily at night for fast and visible results
- What are the benefits of Vitamin C serum?
Vitamin C contains antioxidant properties which aids in your skin's natural regeneration process and repair damaged skin cells. Antioxidants reduce damage to our cells by neutralizing the production of free radicals, keeping our skin cells healthy.
With the stimulation of collagen and elastin in skin, it helps make skin more plump and even out wrinkles. Collagen production is linked to skin elasticity and firmness. When your collagen levels begin to drop, your skin may begin to sag. Vitamin C is definitely one way to keep signs of premature aging away.
Vitamin C is also a well-known brightening agent that is used topically to fade brown spots without altering normal skin pigmentation. This is because it contains a property that inhibits your skin's melanin production, which is what causes skin discolouration like dark spots and hyper pigmentation. This leads to a more even-toned complexion.
- When to apply Vitamin C serum on face?
As a general rule, serums should be layered underneath your moisturiser. You can apply your serum in the morning or at night. In the day, it is another layer to protect your skin again free radicals and UV, and at night as a way to undo oxidative damage from the day.
If you're new to Vitamin C, start off with a few drops for each application. Those with sensitive skin may have allergies or redness from vitamin C, so start slow with a lower concentration and also try a test area first to make sure no allergy exists.
- Will Vitamin C serum help dark spots and acne scars?
Yes. Vitamin C serum helps to lighten the appearance of dark spots. Vitamin C, especially combined with other antioxidants, will stimulate collagen to help lift up depressed acne scars. At the same time, it inhibits production of melanin and fade dark spots.
- Can acne scars be removed completely?
Acne scars can be frustrating, but there are many treatments that can make them less noticeable. Most scars are permanent, but a professional help can help you find the right treatment to help reduce the appearance of your scars.
- Types of acne scars?
Depending on the type of scarring that acne has caused. There are mainly three types of acne scars:
- Atrophic scars. These scars appear as small indentations in the skin. These scars are commonly caused by pimples and breakouts.
- Hypertrophic scars. They are raised lumps of scar tissue where the acne once was. It happens when scar tissue builds up due to overproduction of collagen in the healing process.
- Keloid scars, which are similar to hypertrophic scars but are typically much thicker than the original acne spot. They are usually darker than the surrounding skin and can be red or brown.
- How to get rid of acne scars?
Acne scars removal depends on the severity of scarring. There are many professional treatments for acne scars that are available but costly.
Laser treatment resurfaces the skin without the use of chemicals or scrubs. High-energy light removes the outer layers of skin and stimulates collagen production in the inner layer. It removes the uppermost layer of skin cells to reveal the younger skin cells underneath, which can help reduce the appearance of scarring.
It is not suitable for everyone, however, as its success is mostly dependent on the severity of acne scarring and their skin type. The treatment may also cause a reaction in some people with sensitive skin.
Microneedling is the process of inserting tiny needles into the skin surrounding the scar to stimulate the body to make more collagen. This collagen may reduce the appearance of acne scars by smoothing out the skin.
However, microneedling can cause side effects, for example redness, pain, and inflammation after the treatment, but these effects usually subside over time.
A dermatologist can also recommend chemical peels depending on a person’s skin type, acne severity, and scarring.
- What are acne scars remedies?
A more affordable alternative would be skincare products that contains ingredients like ascorbic acid, salicyclic acid or retinoids, which are best products to remove acne scars.
Ascorbic acid is commonly found in Vitamin C serums. The use of Vitamin C as a topical treatment can reduce the appearance of acne scars. When used regularly, vitamin C serums can make acne scars less visible. By promoting collagen production and tissue healing, the serum works to improve the overall appearance of the skin, and remove acne scars.
Salicylic acid is often an ingredient in acne skin care products and used as a chemical exfoliant. Salicylic acid helps clear dirt, skin cells, and other debris that leads to acne from the pores of the skin. It also helps reduce swelling and redness in the area, which may minimize the appearance of scarring. People with sensitive skin may need to test a product before using as it may cause dryness or irritation.
Topical retinoids may help get rid of acne scars. Topical retinoids block inflammation, reduce acne lesions, and speed up cell regeneration. And also could help lighten hyperpigmented acne scars. It is important to note that retinoids can make the skin sensitive to the sun. Anyone using retinoids for acne or scar treatment should wear sunscreen when going outdoors.
- Are Acne Scars Red?
Many people believe that the red marks are acne scars when they really aren't. The red spots are hyper-pigmentation that occurs as the skin heals. The redness that linger after a pimple has healed are caused by post-inflammation that has disrupted the skin's natural healing process.
Labelle Stay-C50 Serum, which contains a more stable form of Vitamin C, has proven with reviews that it has helped to clear some of the redness in skin. Minimizing redness can create a more even complexion.
After a few days of usage, the skin feels smooth and clearer. Lightens acne scars!
Have not seen any changes yet but also no sensitivities experienced. Will continue to use and update the review at a later stage.
The Vita C Booster was easy to apply and absorbed into the skin quickly without much stickiness or oily feeling. Only halfway through my first bottle and my skin is significantly brighter. Breakouts recovered more quickly too.
I love the product! Absorb well and feels great!!
My face not softer, smoother and not so tight