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Soins à base de vitamine C.

In which products can we find Vitamin C?

Vitamin C is recognised for combating free radicals that cause oxidative stress and premature ageing of the epidermis. This active ingredient also helps to restore radiance to dull and tired complexions. Depending on its concentration, it can be suitable for the most sensitive skins as well as those with a high tolerance. Discover the various products containing it and identify which formulation best suits your skin type and specific skin concerns.

Vitamin C in a nutshell.

Vitamin C, also known by its chemical name L-ascorbic acid, falls into the category of antioxidants. Lack of sleep, stress, and smoking promote the development of free radicals that oxidise the cells of the epidermis, resulting in a dull complexion. Vitamin C effectively combats this phenomenon. It thus helps to delay the appearance of signs of ageing such as wrinkles and pigmentation spots. Furthermore, Vitamin C plays a significant role in the production of collagen, which is essential for maintaining skin elasticity. This active ingredient is found in many products intended for the face (cream, serum, mask, scrub, gel cream, etc...).

The various forms of Vitamin C skincare.

In Typology skincare, vitamin C is ofsynthetic origin. It is derived from a chemical reaction following an extraction carried out on plant sources such as corn. Here are the four products containing it, with varying concentrations to suit all skin types:

  • Radiance Tonic :

    Enriched with active ingredients to balance the skin's pH, brighten the complexion, and reduce the appearance of pigmentation spots, this toner also contains lemon verbena water that imparts a slight fruity scent. After the stages of makeup removal and skin cleansing, soak a cotton pad with the brightening lotion and apply it all over your face, avoiding the eye contour, morning and evening. Do not rinse. You can then apply your daily serum and day cream.

Please note: The radiance lotion may naturally yellow over time, but this does not affect its effectiveness.

  • Radiance Serum :

    This is a skincare treatment designed to enhance radiance that helps you combat dull complexion. Morning and evening, apply 3 to 4 drops of this serum on a previously cleansed and dried face. Gently massage the skin with circular movements. Then apply a moisturising cream suitable for your skin type. We recommend using your vitamin C serum for at least 4 weeks to see its effects.

Please note: This vitamin C serum naturally yellows over time. This effect does not diminish the product's effectiveness.

  • Antioxidant Face Cream :

    Less concentrated in vitamin C than the serum, the face cream can be a good alternative for sensitive skin. Like the serum, it fights against free radicals, prevents the appearance of fine lines and gives a glow to the skin. We advise you to apply a small amount morning and evening on the face previously cleaned and dried, after your usual serum. Then, gently massage in circular motions to perfect the penetration of the cream through the skin.

  • Tinted Serums :

    Formulated without nanoparticles and silicones, the tinted serums are non-occlusive and do not clog pores. Enriched with Vitamin C for skin radiance and aloe vera for skin hydration, they provide light coverage and even out the skin tone.

  • Serum for wrinkles and loss of firmness:

    Comprised of99% natural ingredients, this skincare product contains vegetable collagen (1%) and vitamin C (10%). The hydrolysed vegetable collagen, known in I.N.C.I. as " Cocoyl Hydrolyzed Collagen/Collagen Amino Acids" is a biotechnological active ingredientthat mimics type I human collagen. It works in synergy with vitamin C to stimulate fibroblasts, which produce collagen fibres, thereby reducing the depth of wrinkles.


  • CHIANG N. & al. Topical vitamin C and the skin: Mechanisms of action and clinical applications. Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology (2017).

  • VISSERS M. C. M. & al. The role of vitamin C in skin health. Nutrients (2017).


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