The case for daytime vitamin skin care

True or false: vitamin skin care should be reserved for the nighttime.

Many of you most likely answered ‘false’ to this quick question. By now, you’re probably used to hearing that skin care products that contains active vitamins should never be used during the day, or in exposure to sunlight. But why is this? And are there products that are an exception?

Here we present you the case for daytime vitamin skin care, and the perfect vitamin enriched moisturizer that makes this skin care dream possible.

Why do people save their vitamins for after dark?

There are three main reasons why people categorize vitamin skin care into nighttime skincare:

  1. A sticky mess: Let’s face it. A lot of times, even if we want to use our vitamin products in the morning, we’re stuck because of the characteristically thick and sticky feeling that usually accompanies most vitamin products.
  2. Cell regeneration: It’s a well known fact that nighttime is when the skin does a majority of its cell repair. Because of this, products with active ingredients are recommended for use at night.
  3. Sensitivity: Some acids derived from certain vitamins will cause the skin to become more sensitive to sunlight, and can even degrade and become ineffective when coming into contact with UV rays.

But, the Vitamin 75 maximizing Cream is an exception.

The exception: Vitamin 75 Maximizing Cream

The exception: Vitamin 75 Maximizing Cream

When it comes down to vitamin skincare, it’s important to be aware of not only the benefits and effects of the certain vitamin at hand, but also when and how to use it efficiently and effectively.

Formulated with 75% vitamin water – made from the extract of the antioxidant rich Sea Buckthorn plant – the Vitamin 75 Maximizing Cream does exactly as its name suggests. Maximize. It boosts the skin’s elasticity, and regenerative powers to return it to a healthy, brighter state.

The main functioning ingredient is Vitamin E. Similar but also different than its more famous cousin vitamin C, it helps the skin retain its natural moisture, and is incredibly effective in neutralizing the damage caused on the skin as a result of free radicals and UV rays.

That’s why you can find at least 1 percent vitamin E in sunscreens, and various other sun care products.

Because antioxidants are key for the morning

Most dermatologists actually recommend vitamin C and E care in the mornings to prevent free radical damage during the day.

“Antioxidants are very useful to apply in the morning before exposing your skin to the elements,” Kavita Mariwalla, a dermatologist in West Islip, New York said for an interview with The Klog. “A few options to look for include vitamin C (also called ascorbic acid), vitamin E (also called alpha tocopherol), and green tea extracts. These will help protect your skin from UV and environmental damage.”

This is an effective way in ensuring that your skin and body builds up a storage of antioxidants throughout both the day and night, provided you follow up with UV protection.

Keep the mornings light and fresh

And because the Vitamin 75 Maximizing Cream contains a nourishing blend of natural essential oils comprised of lemon peel oil, macadamia oil and more, it works to balance the skin’s oil-water levels to skin by adding extra moisture to areas the skin needs, and staying light and refreshing on areas that don’t.

Its gel-type texture and fast absorbing formula makes it the perfect morning moisturizer (no one wants to feel every speck of dust outside is being stuck on their face), while its deeply hydrating properties make it great as a light and refreshing sleeping mask as well.

In short, take the leap to put your morning routine to the next level and wake up to gradually brighter and naturally fresher, more luminous skin!

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