We know the term layering mainly from fashion. A trend that has now also arrived in the beauty industry. Instead of relying on individual ingredients in skincare, vitamins, and the like are combined with one another. Studies have shown that the use of several ingredients promises quick and effective results, especially in the field of anti-aging. Beauty experts rely on the combination of high-dose vitamin C and hyaluronic acid, which not only combat the signs of aging quickly and effectively but also strengthen and repair the skin barrier at the same time.
Double the power: In anti-aging ingredients are no longer just applied individually, but combined with one another, making them even more effective.
Vitamin C supports the immune system - and this does not only apply to the immune system for a long time: ascorbic acid, as the vitamin is also called, protects the skin against free radicals. This makes them less prone to external damage such as wrinkles, which are caused by UV radiation, for example. In addition, vitamin C protects the skin's collagen framework and firms it by boosting collagen production.
Hyaluronic acid has the ability to bind large amounts of water. With increasing age, our body produces less and less hyaluronic acid, which means that the skin dries out, loses its elasticity and wrinkles appear. With the help of hyaluronic acid, the skin is supplied with moisture from the outside. The result: significantly firmer skin including a glow effect!
A product that now combines both ingredients is the vitamin C serum with hyaluronic acid from Vitayes. The skin is not only supplied with intensive moisture but at the same time repaired by the antioxidant effect of vitamin C and protected from external environmental influences.
Apply a small amount of the serum to the face (forehead, cheeks, and chin) morning and evening after cleansing. It is best to pat lightly into the skin with your fingertips, leave it on for a short time and then apply face cream.
Tip: Instead of rough rubbing, the serum should be gently tapped into the skin. This also applies to all care products, as excessive pressure can cause wrinkles and skin aging over time and damage fine vessels.