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Welcome Derma Science’s line of aesthetic skin care products

Welcome to the Derma Science’s Blog & Website. Derma Science’s line of aesthetic skin care products is for individuals who want to look great and feel awesome. Our products target the effects of aging, sun damage and wrinkles by increasing the skins antioxidants levels, which in turn increases the production of collagen, the miracle drug of youth!!!

Our Products deliver great results for skin brightening using natural found ingredients such as Kojic Acid, and Arbutin  which have proven by studies and research to lighten skin and blemishes.

The Radiance Gel is designed for acne proned skin and provides a cooling effect for sun burnt skin. It has a light feel at application which makes it non-irritating to damaged skin. Our Product range includes serums, and gels.

Vitamin C ………so what?

Vitamin C is ranked as one of the best anti-aging ingredients on the market and the key to maintaining a smooth, even, and glow complexion. Dietary intake may be high, however when applied topically, its going straight to the targeted skin area.

Vitamin C is an essential part of skin health both as a small molecular weight antioxidant and as a critical factor for collagen synthesis. Vitamin C contributes to photoprotection, decreases photodamage, and is needed for adequate wound healing. Oral supplementation with vitamin C may help prevent UV-induced damage, especially in combination with supplemental vitamin E. Dietary vitamin C may also provide photoprotection, but the extent of the protective effects will require additional research.
Topical application of vitamin C appears to be an effective route for delivering ascorbic acid to the skin because ascorbic acid appears to be taken up readily at an acidic ph. Despite inconsistencies in vitamin C preparations and study design, the data suggest that vitamin C is most effective in protecting against damage induced by UV light and has utility in the treatment of photodamage and/or skin wrinkling.
Although vitamin C appears to benefit dry skin and may support wound healing, further research is needed to determine the effect of vitamin C on both. Lastly, the greatest effects of vitamin C supplementation are seen when it is combined with other micronutrients, such as vitamin E and zinc. [ Dr. Alexander J. Michels, Ph.D. ,Oregon State University, Sep 2011]