On The Sunny Side: Vitamin C Best Applied To Skin
(EMAILWIRE.COM, January 31, 2014 ) Dallas, TX -- Scientists have just discovered that topically applied Vitamin C is more potent than ingesting it. The news may surprise consumers but scientist Dana Patterson suspected it already.
In a statement made recently, Patterson, stated, "When any application is made topically, it sinks into pores without being broken down by enzymes so there is little shock that Vitamin C is atypical of such." Patterson continued, "Proof is good so the team is satisfied with the results of the findings. It comes as good news for consumers of Vitamin C beauty products."
Ann Collier, owner of La Beaute Pure Vitamin C Serum announced, "Sales are up this month and quite possibly due to the new findings."
"I was so happy to find that Vitamin C really does help when applied on the skin with a lotion or serum," a Vitamin C beauty cream consumer named Amy from Alabama commented. "I was not surprised to hear the news though."
"The finding about topical vitamin C means that new technology will most likely be implemented," Patterson told reporters. "And the results will also convince sceptics that vitamin c is not just good when eaten or taken via supplements."
Many reviews have flooded in since the announcement was made confirming that vitamin c is more potent when applied topically. "It has been said that vitamin c lost some of its value when it goes through the digestive process and now it is evident," wrote one Vitamin C serum consumer. "This beauty cream has a concentration of 20% and now I know I will absorb a good portion of it."
In the finding that vitamin C absorbs when topically applied more than when ingested, dermatologists have conculded that vitamin C is one of the best ingredients to help the anti-aging process by reducing dark spots and suppressing the of an enzyme that creates pigmentation, tyrosinase.
Scientists have also found that vitamin C actually encourages the body to produce more collagen and elastin, two proteins that are beneficial for the skin's elasticity.
When asked if a vitamin C pill would be as effective as a topical application, Patterson set the record straight. "No, it would not," she answered. "The study proves that one cannot increase the amount of vitamin C in our skin just from eating citrus fruits or foods rich in vitamin C nor by taking it in a supplement."
With the new findings, it is important to note that vitamin C, when it comes in contact with light, can become oxidized, rendering it useless and therefore must be delivered by way of a colored bottle so that it is not exposed to light. Discoloration is one sign that a vitamin C liquid is not good.
According to retail sources, Vitamin C product sales have plummeted as the public is finding the news about topical vitamin C is soaking in.
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