Are you getting all benefits from your vitamin C products as you think you are? Is the vitamin C found in your product really natural? Does your product have enough vitamin C to be effective, even if it claims it does? Is the vitamin C in your skin care products stable? These were all of the problems I had to tackle when I formulated Rose Hips 20% Vitamin C Face Gel. Added to such liquids as water, aloe and distillates, vitamin C quickly deteriorates in a product, causing skin more harm than good. Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin, not found in oils. I had to seek out a truly naturally derived vitamin C that was converted into an oil soluble form to create a more stable, anhydrous formula. This form of vitamin C cost four times more than its synthetic counterpart but was more than worth the investment. I combined the vitamin C with wild rubiginosa rose hips oil which is high in trans-retinoic acid. Combined the two boost skin's defenses and enhance moisture retention and brightness of the skin. I added generous amounts of sea buckthorn oil and soy-free, natural vitamin E to soothe and nourish the skin.
Wash face with Shea Terra's Rose Hips Black Soap Face Wash to break down and remove dead skin cells. Massage small amounts of Rose Hips 20% Vitamin C Face Gel into facial skin and neck. It is recommended to use vitamin C products in the evening to avoid direct sunlight. Use once daily.
Contains only: Certified Organic rubiginosa rose hips oil, 20% natural vitamin C, rapeseed oil, sea buckthorn oil, soy-free vitamin E oil