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Vegetal vitamin C, the star ingredient of the fall season

La vitamine C végétale, l’actif star de la rentrée

From the kakadu plum (100 times richer in vitamin C than the orange) or from the noni, natural vitamin C is a precious ally for the skin in the fall season.

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In recent years, vitamin C has become a must-have in the radiance-uniformity-firmness department (it reduces hyperpigmentation, helps stimulate collagen and brightens the complexion), both as a dermatological reference and as a must-have for consumers, who widely praise it for its visible effectiveness. Ranges that are entirely dedicated to this powerful and multi-target antioxidant abound in pharmacies (at RoC, Novexpert…), with percentages of the product that are more or less the same as those of the other products. ), with percentages of vitamin C that play the bidding game (20% for the latest Night Serum Renewal + Radiance Capsules by RoC, 30 single-dose vegetable and biodegradable capsules, €34.99; 25% stabilized vitamin C for the Vitamin C Booster Serum by Novexpert, 30 ml, €49.90, to name only the most recent products).

But the novelty this fall is the appearance of vegetable vitamin C, derived from two fruits: the kakadu plum (INCI: Terminalia Ferdinandiana Fruit Extract), highly prized in Australia, and the noni used since time immemorial by Polynesians (INCI: Morinda Citrifolia Fruit Extract).

The first is found at Antipodes (Glow Ritual Serum, 30 ml, €42), Garancia (L’Appel de la Forêt, Double Serum Radiance & Youth, Vitamin C Booster, 30 ml …

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