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Benefits of Using Vitamin C on the Skin

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Benefits of Using Vitamin C on the Skin

Benefits of Using Vitamin C on the Skin

Who knew that those old Mid-Fifteenth Century British Sailors would actually discover the secret to healthy skin? While we originally thought that Vitamin C was only an instant cure for scurvy, we have been very happy to learn that this powerful antioxidant also helps us to reverse the aging process on our skin, as well.

The Multiple Benefits of Vitamin C

MicrodermaThose sailors were witnessing some very detrimental effects due to their lack of fresh fruit and vegetables as they spent months trapped on a leaky ship. Vitamin C helped them to overcome everything from bleeding ulcers to joint weakness and bleeding under the skin, all common symptoms of scurvy. This is because Vitamin C helps the body produce higher levels of collagen, an essential protein that makes blood vessels and skin cells firmer and stronger. It even helps healthy skin to repair itself by creating scar tissue.

Reduce Free- Radicals Damage

Because Vitamin C is also a very powerful antioxidant, it also provides the remarkable side benefits of slowing the rate of skin damage caused by the free-radicals that lead to wrinkles, fine lines, crow’s feet, and dryness of the skin. In fact, new medical research has proven that the ascorbic acid derivative of Vitamin C can actually reverse the long term DNA damage caused by these free radicals, basically reversing the aging process and creating healthy skin by essentially turning back the hands of time.

Vitamin C for Sun Damage

Vitamin C has been proven to reduce the effects of increased sun exposure which can easily lead to many types of skin cancer and melanomas.

Vitamin C is somewhat of a wonder drug, even giving us the ability to avoid the common cold. Cold and flu season can also result in lasting damage to our skin and complexion, as can the harmful effects of sunburn and exposure to ultraviolet B radiation. Vitamin C has been proven to reduce the effects of increased sun exposure which can easily lead to many types of skin cancer and melanomas.

Of course, we must still be careful of our time in the sun. Slathering Vitamin C creams on our bodies or taking increased amounts of the vitamin in pill form will not allow us the luxury of baking in the sun all day without reaping many of the same negative effects. But this powerful antioxidant can help to reduce the resulting dryness and wrinkling that is sure to result from even a short amount of time in the sun.

Hydra Select is better than a “Bag Full of Oranges”

Now that we know how beneficial Vitamin C can be for healthy skin, how do we get more of this powerful antioxidant into our diets? After all, it really isn’t all that wise to sit down and eat a bag of oranges every morning. Besides, every nutritionist and medical physician will always tell us that the key to an overall healthier lifestyle is to always eat a balanced diet.

Hydra Select has benefited from the many years of medical research that proves that the Vitamin C derivatives found in our creams and lotions provide the same, if not better, positive effects on the skin that ingesting large amounts of the vitamin through our daily food intake. For supple, healthy skin, try HydraSelect today!

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