Types of antioxidants
Vitamin C works the best and has been the most studied, but niacinamide, resorcinol, vitamin E and retinol are all examples of antioxidants.
What do antioxidants do?
Protect your skin from free radicals, which can damage your skin by activating brown spots and creating signs of aging.
What are their benefits?
- Reduce inflammation
- Protect the skin against UV damage
- Promote collagen production
- Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Brighten and even out skin tone
When to use it?
Use a vitamin C based antioxidant every morning on your face, neck, and chest on clean, dry skin before you apply your moisturizer and sunscreen.
Check out our video below to help choose which antioxidant is right for you.
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