WHAT IS FACEMED VITAMIN E + VITAMIN C 20% GEL?
Facemed Gel manufactured by Ethicare Remedies and it has a special nonoily gel base and is powered with strong Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid) 20% and Vitamin E. Facemed gel helps to rejuvenate the face, fight with the dark spots, signs of aging, and fine lines, keeping your skin healthy, shiny and the way it should be. Facemed gel gives you perfect radiant skin all year long. Use Facemed gel before bedtime. Keep it all night and after gently washing your face with mild face wash. Avoid sunlight when you have applied the Facemed Epishine Facemed Gel and use a sunscreen with high SPF.
Vitamin C is the main ingredient of Facemed Gel and is a powerful antioxidant that is used to create a brighter, smoother, more youthful complexion when applied directly to the skin in the form of a gel. Topical application of vitamin C may also protect the skin from the harmful rays of the sun, and help reverse the signs of aging by firming the skin and reducing wrinkles.
Facemed topical gel is a powerful combination of vitamin C and vitamin E. The dual effect of two rejuvenating vitamins reverses dark spots, fine lines and prevents photodamage. Facemed gel has a nonoily formula that allows for rapid and smooth absorption by the skin. Vitamin C cannot cross skin barriers on its own. Its natural absorption rate by the skin is low. Facemed topical gel contains adjuvant moisturizer molecules that boost Vitamin C inflow to the deeper skin layers. The gel consistency of Facemed has an oil-free formula that does not leave a sticky or oily feeling after application.
Both vitamin C and vitamin E are potent antioxidants needed for vital organs function, such as growth, development, and repair of tissues. The simultaneous use of vitamin E and vitamin C results in more antioxidant activity than each vitamin alone.
The potent antioxidant properties of Facemed gel on the skin translate to fewer aging signs, increased skin tone, and decreased inflammation. Facemed gel also reduces inflammation with its subsequent damaging effects on the skin. Consequently, the skin cells focus on repair and collagen production. It reduces redness, scars, and dark spots appearance.
How to use Facemed gel for brighter and more youthful skin?
Facemed gel is a topical skin remedy. The correct application not only prevents side effects but enhances the efficiency of the formula. For quick and evident results, apply the gel twice every day.
Start by washing your hands and face to eliminate makeup and remove debris that may have built up during the night.
Apply pea-sized volumes on your fingertips. Then gently massage the gel on your skin with circular motions. You can apply Facemed vitamin C gel during the day under a layer of sunscreen.
Vitamin C for the skin
Facemed gel is primarily a vitamin C gel. Vitamin C has potent antioxidant properties. It is one of the chief vitamins to protect the body against free radicals.
Prevents UV damage: Sun exposure is the most significant cause for external skin aging. Intrinsic or natural aging occurs equally in all bodily organs, including the skin. Sun exposure boosts the skin aging process, which is called extrinsic aging. UV light increases collagen breakdown and repair capacity. As a result, the skin becomes thinner and dehydrated. Vitamin C not only blocks the damage caused by UV light by neutralizing free radicals but also boosts the skin’s repairing abilities.
Bright skin tone: dark spots, scars, and hyperpigmentation usually result from unlocked sun exposure or skin trauma. Inflammation is a significant mediator for increased local melanin production. Hyperpigmentation is one of the skin responses to injury or harm.
Vitamin C evens out skin tone and enhances skin brightness. It acts on pigment cells to reduce melanin production, resulting in more radiant skin.
Vitamin E for the skin
When applied directly to the skin, vitamin E has a better absorption rate than vitamin C. It is the perfect adjuvant in vitamin C creams because of its anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin E relieves redness, itching, and irritation that may result from high concentrations of vitamin C topical application.