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Vitamin C in Skincare A Biochemist Perspective

Ingredient Highlight! Vitamin C

Vit C derivatives mention: l-ascorbyl palmitate, tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate, magnesium ascorbyl phosphate, and sodium ascorbyl phosphate.

Antioxidant mentioned: trans-resveratrol

Skin brightener mentioned: arbutin

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12 Thoughts to “Vitamin C in Skincare A Biochemist Perspective”

  1. Kenna

    The two ingredients I mention in the video are trans-resveratrol (antioxidant) and arbutin (Skin brightener)! Sorry for not having titles I will get better at this YT thing I promise 🤗

  2. Gergana Mihova

    Could you please do a video about your top 10 skincare products? <3

  3. Anise Page

    Honestly your the type of YouTuber I had been searching for ..for soo long before you uploaded I wanted someone with a scientific/ chemistry background to really break down skincare and cosmetics in a way that’s still easy to process, honestly love getting my geek on with you and your teaching me so much ! .. could listen to your thoughts all day, genuinely find it so relaxing aha

  4. Phoebe Hunter

    Kenna please make a video about your skincare routine! You are the only YouTuber I trust! I struggle with acne big time and your skin is so beautiful.

  5. cortney rowe

    Does she have skincare routine

  6. cworld1823

    Maybe a ignorant question but here goes… After watching this informative video I started looking for skincare with trans-resveratrol but couldn’t find any. I only found products that contain resveratrol. Is that the same thing?

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  8. Im washing me and my clothes bish

    Wow, you are so informative. I hope to see more videos about skincare products in this depth. I’m clueless when it comes to skincare.

  9. tuesday villa

    omg drop the skincare line i will buy anything from u biochemist queen🥺🥺🥺

  10. addercat

    I’d love to know if the “new” fad of probiotic skincare is actually on to something… brands like Tula.

  11. Hey, it's Kimberlee!

    I’ve been using The Ordinary’s Ascorbic Acid/Alpha Arbutin and seen really good results on my acne and scars. Thanks for breaking down what vitamin C is and how it plays into skincare.

  12. GiGi Merced

    I have been formulating my own LAA Vitamin C for over 2 years and when formulated correcrly it will not degrade as fast as stated and definitely not as soon as it hits water. I iuse ferulic acid and vitamin E and I am 43 yrs old. My vitamin c has rid all of any pigmentation I had when i started and it lasts for months. I have been to Ulta, Sephora, and other places where the vitamin c is yellow right from the container. I would never spend my money on someone elses formula, however I domt cut corners when making mine and I know exactly whats in it, how much of what is in it, and how its formulated as well as that its formulated in a sterile manner. I deff agree with somethings tour saying, however LAA is one of the BEST skincare ingredients for the skin. I have also formulated Arbuton products and not gotten the same benefits after months of use. Just wanted to put it out there that LAA can ans should be used for your skin as an antioxidant. Just know the formula and where its coming from. Also LAA is axtive in ph level of 2.5 and lower.

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