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      EXCELLENCE IN SKINCARE

      CONFIDENCE OF BEAUTIFUL SKIN

      Our Dermay Vitamin C Serum uses well-known active moisturizing ingredients which soothe and refresh as they absorb, helping skin maintain moisture throughout the day or night after application and allowing your skin to absorb Vitamin C while utilizing "ultra hydrating" ingredients at the same time.

      Dermay Vitamin C Serum is using a powerful and active skincare ingredient called vitamin C, which has decades of use backing its effectiveness in skincare. It helps the concern of every people around their faces and achieves their face skin goal.

      Support collagen production to promote a youthful complexion

      Helps fight inflammation & protect against external irritants that contribute to sign of aging

      Hydrates & replenishes to leave the skin brighter and more radiant

      Support collagen production to promote a youthful complexion

      Helps fight inflammation & protect against external irritants that contribute to sign of aging

      Hydrates & replenishes to leave the skin brighter and more radiant

      A PERFECT BLEND

      VITAMIN C

      A vital element in the production of collagen, vitamin C can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and discoloration, while offering antioxidant protection from photodamage. Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, a more stable and bioavailable form of Vitamin C than the commonly used L-Ascorbic Acid found in most skin care products, provides the same benefits, without the risk of oxidation and irritation that is often associated with L-Ascorbic Acid.

      GREEN TEA LEAVES

      Green tea leaves, which come from the Camellia Sinensis Plant, are made up of a variety of chemical compounds that may be responsible for many of its health benefits. Some of the most notable of these include:

      GREEN TEA LEAVES

      Green tea leaves, which come from the Camellia Sinensis Plant, are made up of a variety of chemical compounds that may be responsible for many of its health benefits. Some of the most notable of these include:

      SPILANTHES ACMELLA

      Dermay Vitamin C Serum uses Spilanthes Acmella Flower Extract because of its stimulating action on cellular dynamism—it’s thought to restructure the dermis architecture and fight any loss of skin firmness. That means a hard-won fight against gravity, dark circles, and external factors like UV rays, pollution, wind, and smoke. It all leads to smoother skin.

      JOJOBA SEED OIL

      Jojoba Oil is the liquid wax found in the seeds of the Simmondsia Chinensis Plant which is one of the ingredient used in Dermay Vitamin C Serum. Jojoba oil can also provide topical skin-soothing benefits. Its texture is similar to the oil (sebum) human skin produces, one more reason it’s a brilliant ingredient for dry skin

      Jojoba Oil is produced from the seed of the Jojoba plant, a shrubby tree that is native to southern Arizona and California, Long used by Native Americans for its many benefits.

      BENEFITS WITH USE

      FIGHTS FREE RADICALS

      • Neutralizes and removes free radicals
      • Minimizes visible impact of environmental stress

      SUPPORTS SKIN'S MOISTURE BARRIER

      • Enhances the production of barrier lipids
      • Limits transepidermal water loss

      MINIMIZES FINE LINES & WRINKLES

      • Reduces free radical damage to collagen and elastin
      • Contributes to firmer and more elastic skin

      BRIGHTENS SKIN

      • Impedes melanin production
      • Minimizes the appearance of dark spots

      BOOSTS SKIN CELL REGENERATION

      • Removes dead and damaged skin cells 
      • Speeds up the skin's natural turnover process

      INCREASES COLLAGEN PRODUCTION

      • Activates skin's fibroblasts to produce collagen
      • Stabilizes the skin's existing collagen

      BENEFITS OF DERMAY VITAMIN C SERUM

      FIGHTS FREE RADICALS

      • Neutralizes and removes free radicals
      • Minimizes visible impact of environmental stress

      SUPPORTS SKIN'S MOISTURE BARRIER

      • Enhances the production of barrier lipids
      • Limits transepidermal water loss

      MINIMIZES FINE LINES & WRINKLES

      • Reduces free radical damage to collagen and elastin
      • Contributes to firmer and more elastic skin

      BRIGHTENS SKIN

      • Impedes melanin production
      • Minimizes the appearance of dark spots

      BOOSTS SKIN CELL REGENERATION

      • Removes dead and damaged skin cells 
      • Speeds up the skin's natural turnover process

      INCREASES COLLAGEN PRODUCTION

      • Activates skin's fibroblasts to produce collagen
      • Stabilizes the skin's existing collagen

      FIGHTS FREE RADICALS

      • Neutralizes and removes free radicals
      • Minimizes visible impact of environmental stress

      SUPPORTS SKIN'S MOISTURE BARRIER

      • Enhances the production of barrier lipids
      • Limits transepidermal water loss

      MINIMIZES FINE LINES & WRINKLES

      • Reduces free radical damage to collagen and elastin
      • Contributes to firmer and more elastic skin

      BRIGHTENS SKIN

      • Impedes melanin production
      • Minimizes the appearance of dark spots

      BOOSTS SKIN CELL REGENERATION

      • Removes dead and damaged skin cells 
      • Speeds up the skin's natural turnover process

      INCREASES COLLAGEN PRODUCTION

      • Activates skin's fibroblasts to produce collagen
      • Stabilizes the skin's existing collagen

      BACKED BY SCIENCE

      First, let’s take a walk down memory lane to revisit some chemistry. Vitamin C, more specifically referred to as ascorbic acid*, is part of a family of molecules known as antioxidants. What does this mean, exactly? To review the chemistry briefly, antioxidants function by donating electrons (negative charges) to other molecules. In doing so the recipient molecule is reduced while the antioxidant is itself oxidized. This is useful in situations when important molecules, such as DNA and proteins (e.g. collagen), are protected from damage through radical oxygen species created by UV exposure, cigarette smoke, pollutants, and others. One way to think of it is that ascorbic acid neutralizes the damage created by the radical oxygen species that carry an unpaired electron. Oxidized ascorbic acid becomes dehydroascorbic acid, which is then further oxidized into additional byproducts. In theory then, topical vitamin C should be beneficial in protecting collagen in your skin from breaking down, which would keep your skin looking more full and youthful. However, research shows that vitamin C may also work on cells in a number of other ways in addition to its antioxidant function.

      First, let’s take a walk down memory lane to revisit some chemistry. Vitamin C, more specifically referred to as ascorbic acid*, is part of a family of molecules known as antioxidants. What does this mean, exactly? To review the chemistry briefly, antioxidants function by donating electrons (negative charges) to other molecules. In doing so the recipient molecule is reduced while the antioxidant is itself oxidized. This is useful in situations when important molecules, such as DNA and proteins (e.g. collagen), are protected from damage through radical oxygen species created by UV exposure, cigarette smoke, pollutants, and others. One way to think of it is that ascorbic acid neutralizes the damage created by the radical oxygen species that carry an unpaired electron. Oxidized ascorbic acid becomes dehydroascorbic acid, which is then further oxidized into additional byproducts. In theory then, topical vitamin C should be beneficial in protecting collagen in your skin from breaking down, which would keep your skin looking more full and youthful. However, research shows that vitamin C may also work on cells in a number of other ways in addition to its antioxidant function.

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      All information described above has been thoroughly researched and backed by the following scientific publications:

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