Vitamin C Serum With Hyaluronic Acid By Pure Body Naturals
Are you looking for a skin product that really does what it claims, making your skin look younger with antioxidant and firming effects? Do you want to smooth those nasty little lines that show up, first around the eyes and then the corners of the mouth (laugh lines that are not funny)?
There are so many skin-care products available, it makes it difficult, to say the least, to find the ones that get the results the manufacturer claims. But along with quality, we want to get the best price. These type of products are expensive, however, paying a premium price doesn’t always mean you getting the most bang for your buck.
Vitamin C Serum by Pure Body Naturals uses 20% of the antioxidant vitamin c (Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate) and E in a solution of hyaluronic acid. These ingredients have been well proven to smooth fine lines, moisturize the skin, and generally promote a more youthful appearance.
Other ingredients include sulfur (MSN), which boosts collagen production, and Jojoba Oil, a natural oil that is known to do a good job of moisturizing the skin. The important thing to note is that this product contains natural, vegan-friendly ingredients. Using products that contain harmful chemical is counterproductive with an anti-aging product.
HA as I call it (I came up with that on my own), is controversial, as conventional medicine claims that the research on the effectiveness of HA is inconclusive, so far. Alternative medical professionals, however, point to research they say proves that it does work as so many skin care makers claim.
Studies show hyaluronic acid is effective and when topically will plump and hydrate skin thereby making it look more like it did when we were younger.back to menu ↑
Who Should Use It?
If you’re a man (yes, men can use it too) or woman age 40 or over, and have noticed lines appearing, dark spots and/or have sun-damaged skin or dry skin, chances are good this product will help make your skin look and feel younger.
Use on problem areas including the face, hands and for women, the decolletage. In most cases it’s best to use as directed – But, Dr. Oz’s recommendation is to use products containing hyaluronic acid alone for oily skin and under a moisturizer for dry skin.back to menu ↑
Pros And Cons
Vitamin C Serum by Pure Body Naturals contains only organic ingredients that even vegans will approve of. This list price of $15.95 is a very good deal for this one once bottle. The glass bottle is opaque, thereby protecting the ingredients from being destroyed by UV light.
This product gets top ratings from the actual customers. Only a small percentage state the product hasn’t improved their skin one way or another. There is one common complaint, though, and that is very thin, even runny. If you apply with the finger, you’re likely to lose some of the valuable serum.
My recommendation is to apply in small drops on the finger or by using an applicator like a cotton ball or q-tip.back to menu ↑
There very few, if any side effects associated with topical use, however, WebMD does warn against the use of HA while pregnant or breastfeeding. Although there is no research to back this up, it’s best to stay on the safe side.back to menu ↑
There are too many facial serums to count; much less creams, powders and the like. Another natural product worthy of being listed on Goodhealthguy.com is a vitamin c serum made by InstaNatural. This product contains a more absorbable forum of vitamin c, along with an additional antioxidant called Ferulic Acid, which further boosts the power of vitamin c.
Oher all-natural extracts and oils are present, along with Plant Stemcells. Even with the additional ingredients is comparable to the Pure Body Naturals brand in price, with a listed price of $17.95.back to menu ↑
This is actually my summary based on research. I’ve been using straight Jojoba oil but plan to try something more all-inclusive, but it’s impossible for one person to try every skin treatment there is. That being said, it’s obvious customers, in general, are very pleased with this product. there is only the one con mentioned and it doesn’t seem like a problem that should prevent anyone from trying it.