First of all, the Vitamin C I use is vitamin C, not vitamin C from oranges and tomatoes that come from pulp, and is stored in the skins. It’s called L-ascorbic acid or LAA, and it’s the same as beta carotene, which you get from carrots and other fruits. Beta carotene works the same way.
So the first of my skincare lightening tips is to use a good quality sunscreen with a sunscreen active that’s safe for the skin. While skincare products should contain sunscreen, they shouldn’t have any harmful ingredients that may cause allergies.
So how do I find a good product that has Vitamin C in it? It’s a good idea to look for natural skincare products. These products are safe to use, because they don’t use harsh chemicals or synthetic fragrances. They are also not tested on animals, so there’s no chance of causing harm to your skin.
One product that I used that contained Vitamin C was a cream that contained strawberries and citric acid. The strawberries provide the antioxidant and the citrus fruit’s acids can inhibit the aging process. But of course, even natural products need to be combined with other products to work properly.
You might be familiar with how the strawberry can inhibit the melanin in your skin. Melanin is the pigment that controls the color of your skin. When the melanin is inhibited, it becomes less visible and wrinkles start to fade.
Another example of how fruits can help is when you mix some lemon juice with strawberries. The lemon provides a protective layer to the strawberries, keeping them fresh. The acidic compounds in the strawberries can help, too. In fact, both strawberries and citric acid can act as an effective topical moisturizer, providing essential moisture to the skin.
These skincare lightening tips should help you see how fruits can improve your skincare. Just remember to choose natural products, because they’re better for your skin.