Benefits of Vitamin C For Black Skin

Benefits of Vitamin C For Black Skin | Buttah Skin by Dorion Renaud |  Black Owned Skincare
For a  bright and glowy complexion, skin enthusiasts are now reaching for the latest holy grail, Vitamin C. Safe to use for most skin types (including melanated skin!), this powerful antioxidant is known to boost cell turnover, increase collagen production, and even out skin tone. 

 

THE BEST VITAMIN C SERUM FOR DARKER SKIN

But how do you know if Vitamin C is right for your skin type? Well, if your skin’s fighting off free radicals with the use of benzoyl peroxide, retinol, or any other beneficial skin acid, check in with your dermatologist first before taking the plunge.

A long-time skincare favorite for many to help fight the good fight against scars, blemishes, and dark spots), continued daily use of Vitamin C can be your best defense against discoloration. 

 

 

VITAMIN C SERUMS ON DRY, DARKER SKIN TYPES

Worried that your dry skin may not be suitable for Vitamin C use? When paired with Hyaluronic Acid, a dew boosting ingredient found in Buttah’s Vitamin C serum, your skin has just found a power duo that works to hydrate skin while fighting dark spots. 

If you’re already convinced of the benefits of Vitamin C for black skin, it’s time to indulge in Buttah’s Vitamin C Serum. Infused with Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin E, and safe for darker skin tones, these game-changing ingredients deliver on radiance, while buffing skin to its healthiest glow.

And we’ll be the first to admit, treating dark spots is always a daunting task for melanin-rich skin, but with the right game plan, you’re already on your way to making sure dark spots, blemishes, and scars are a thing of the past.

 

 

  

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