Young-Looking Skin Secrets


Who doesn’t want to look younger than they are? We all want to look our best, and by “best” we mean youthful and radiant.

Today, let’s talk about the secrets to a youthful look.

Aging is a process that eventually affects all of us. As our body ages, we can expect gradual changes. We can all point out the signs of aging like wrinkles, gray hair, a noticeable line here, a sag, a spot, a bag there — your face making you look older than you really are. As for your skin, let’s just say it isn’t elastic as it was a couple of years ago.

What’s not to love about Vitamin C?

Vitamin C has become an increasingly popular ingredient in cosmetic skin-care products. But before you make any conclusions on getting your Vitamin C – our skin needs topical Vitamin C. Not the ones we eat or drink (although our body does need those for other things – keep going). Vitamin C should be applied directly to our skin or through a serum to achieve its full benefits.

Vitamin C is a prime ingredient of collagen, the substance that binds cells together.
You probably see it on lotion bottles and soaps and so much more. Collagen ingredients and ingredients that promote collagen production are widely used and advertised in body and skin care products. They act as an antioxidants. Vitamin C serums are rich in anti-oxidants that repair and renew the cells and give the skin a healthier look.

Benefits of Vitamin C serums:

  •  They bind the cells of our body – it will give a tighter, firmer and less sagged feel. This guarantees also reduction in wrinkle formation and tightening of the skin, therefore brings back the youthfulness in the skin.
  • They restore and regenerate – Vitamin C also helps create scar tissue and ligaments, slows the rate of free-radical damage, and helps your skin repair itself. If you have any acne scars left from your previous breakout, you’ll find them fading with regular application.
  • They protect you from the sun – Vitamin C is shown to reduce the number of sunburned cells as well as reverse age-related damage to skin. A sunscreen provides the much needed SPF protection by shielding the outer layer of the skin while the vitamin c serum acts as a sun barrier from within the skin.


There are lot more things a Vitamin C serum can do when used regularly as a part of your lifestyle. There is no stopping the hands of time, this is aging and it will eventually happen to everyone at one point in life. It’s very important that we organize our way of buying skin products. Over-the-counter creams, serums, lotions, washes and toners are purchased every single day, at every single day without knowing if it’s good for our skin. It can be a matter of trial and error, or you can do your informative research.



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