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VC 20® Vitamin-C Topical Gel

Vitamin C 20% Antioxidant For Ageing Skin

(8 customer reviews)

USD $65.00


✓ Good for photodamaged and aging skin

✓ Reduces skin dryness

✓ Improves texture and health of the skin

✓ Even outs the dull complexion

✓ Lightens age spots and evens the skin tone

✓ Recovers from the rough texture

✓ Reduces fine lines, wrinkles and age spots

✓ Rides off hyperpigmentation

✓ Provides protection against sun damage induced by UV rays

✓ Moisturizes and increases skin hydration

Size: 20g / 0.7oz
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What is VC20 Vitamin C 20% gel

VC 20 is a gel manufactured by reputable Cipla Pharmaceuticals, containing Vitamin C purest L-Ascorbic Acid at a concentration of 20%. Individuals with signs of photodamaged/aging skin (dryness, dull complexion, rough texture, fine lines, wrinkles, age spots) will benefit the most from VC 20 topical gel. People who are having melasma/hyperpigmentation can also get benefit from VC 20 gel.

The side effects that may occur with the use of VC 20 gel are slight tingling or stinging sensation, rash, itching, burning sensation, and redness. Avoid contact with the eyes, if any such contact occurs, immediately flush thoroughly with water. VC 20 gel does not provide complete photoprotection; hence sunscreen has to be applied to prevent sun damage.

VC 20 is a topical, potent vitamin C gel for aging skin. It brightens skin complexion and reduces fine lines appearance. With a high concentration of vitamin C, It corrects most skin blemishes.
Vitamin C is a milestone in all age-defying skincare routines. It reverses biological modifications associated with increased age, such as rapid collagen breakdown and DNA damage caused by free radicals.

Dermatology experts agree that an efficient anti-wrinkle skincare routine combines Vitamin C during the day and a retinoid cream at night. Vitamin C is a popular ingredient in all successful anti-wrinkle treatments. It reduces irregular melanin secretion, which leads to an even and bright skin tone. It boosts connective tissue collagen secretion, promoting skin elasticity and firmness.

The sustained application brings out a glowing, radiant, and smooth complexion. It suppresses discolorations, sun spots, and dark blemishes. In addition to its multifunctional profile, vitamin C is a safe agent for most skin types. Most people don t experience side effects or irritation with the sustained application. Vitamin C is stable under UV light, unlike Vitamin A derivatives, which degrades and becomes irritant in daylight. Vitamin C is suitable for a daily routine under a thin layer of sunscreen. It can even add up to the protection against photodamage.

A good rule of thumb is to clean the skin of debris and makeup and then apply vitamin C, followed by a moisturizer. A recent study showed that Vitamin c is not only safe to use with other skincare compounds, but it may also increase its efficiency by 20 % when combined with tyrosine or zinc.  Although Vitamin C is a weak acid, it has a good safety profile even at high concentrations. A patch test is, however, required to determine sensitivity.

Vitamin C and skin aging

Most body s crucial biological reactions slow down and decline with age. Vitamin C restores or stimulates multiple mechanisms which are deficient or disturbed. Likewise, in the skin, collagen breakdown increases with age. Vitamin C induces more collagen secretion by fibroblasts.

The skin is the largest organ with higher exposure to the environment, is in a constant state of renewal and maintenance. A process called cellular turnover where deep layers replace damaged cells and connective tissue with new cells supply.

Living skin cells in the deep layers slowly travel to the surface while gaining keratin and becoming flattened and dead. When the stem skin cell’s DNA becomes injured with UV light, these cells can not produce an adequate supply of new cells. Subsequently, the skin thins out and becomes atrophied.

The way UV light damages DNA is by increasing free radicals that steal electrons from proteins and DNA. Unopposed free radical activity results in denaturing and mutilating of these structures.

Vitamin C balances the oxidative stress before free radicals can do any permanent damage to the tissues. It prevents photoaging by inactivating free radicals. In conclusion, vitamin C is a versatile skincare compound. It hydrates, smoothes out skin tone, reverses aging signs, and protects against sun damage.

How to use VC20 Vitamin C 20% gel

  • Cleanse your face
  • Take an adequate quantity of VC 20 on your fingertips
  • Apply your face and neck
  • Gently massage till it is fully absorbed
  • VC 20 gel should be used once daily in the morning
  • Before application, ensure that the skin area to be treated and your hands are thoroughly clean
  • Apply the gel before using any sunscreens or makeup


L-Ascorbic Acid 20%