Ascorbyl Glucoside Solution 12% 30ml

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Brighten the complexion with The Ordinary Ascorbyl Glucoside Solution 12%; a hydrating treatment that works to transform skin. Ascorbyl Glucoside is a water-soluble derivative of Vitamin C. Arriving in a serum form, the vitamin packed solution is stable and effective, whilst also being comfortable to use. The concentrated Vitamin C formula is able to offer antioxidant properties, as well as visibly brightening skin tone and reducing signs of ageing, such as fine lines and wrinkles. Expect bright skin that is comfortably hydrated and radiant.

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May 5, 2021
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Products containing vit C in skincare claim to improve uneven skin tone, brighten skin, improve collagen production and reduce hyper-pigmentation. So overall it acts like a good anti-aging and brightening ingredient. However to vit C to work on the cell level it needs to be stabilized properly, to improve product potency and reduce oxidation ( product not working which is nearly unavoidable with vit C or ending with orange skin tone is not a joke( well at least for me).

The Ordinary has a range of Vit C products available to cater to different skin types and user experience. The one that I have started with is Ascobyl Glucoside Solution 12% which is stabilised vit c derivative. It suitable for sensitive skin including all skin types, it’s water based so easily placed in the routine, doesn’t conflict with any other ingredients.

-evened skin tone a bit
-reduces pigmentation just a tiny bit
-works really slowly as it’s a derivative
-suitable for sensitive skin
-a very elegant serum with a beautiful feel

I loved it but as I want something stronger the next one will be the Ethylated Ascorbic Acid 15% which is closer to LAA but still good for sensitive skin.

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