Which Vitamin C serum would you recommend based on affordability and effectiveness, and why?

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Which Vitamin C serum would you recommend based on affordability and effectiveness, and why?

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drritu thakur

Vitamin C enriched serum reaches deep down to synthesise collagen, and supports skin structure to give a youthful glow and a healthy complexion. It is a potent nutrient for skin, which works in many other ways. Flavo-C Forte 15% serum from Auriga International is another affordable option you can try. Wish you luck.

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Amazon definitely has some hidden gems. I’ve been using the Claire-ity Vitamin C Serum with 25% Vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid, Jojoba Oil and Vitamin E. I got it for $10 on Amazon! What a bargain! It has a pump and feels like a very light gel. It smells wonderful, feels cooling and lightweight on the skin and absorbs quickly. I am combating dark spots, hyperpigmentation and acne scarring and it’s working so magnificently! I use it morning and night. It has over a thousand reviews, with a majority favorable ruling. Check it out! 

Serums are NOT meant to replace moisturizers and certainly not sunscreens. You’ll need to buy those separately. A good inexpensive moisturizer for oily skin is the Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water gel. It’s not creamy and thick so it won’t clog your pores and produce more sebum. It says it’s for dry skin however it works great for oily skin too.They have one with SPF 15 sunscreen in it as well. I hope I helped. Good look on your skin care journey!