Love it: Elizabeth Arden’s new Vitamin C Ceramide Capsules

The antioxidant properties of vitamin C (AKA ascorbic acid) and its role in collagen synthesis make the sunny-hued little beauty a vital molecule for skin health. Dietary and topical ascorbic acid have beneficial effects on skin cells, and some studies have even shown that vitamin C may help prevent and treat ultraviolet (UV)-induced photodamage. To break the news gently: you NEED the stuff on your face, as well as in your diet. Lucky for us there’s some clever skincare brands doing unique things with it, and formulas to suit every skin.
Vitamin C really is the perfect wake-up call for our post-winter faces, as it visibly brightens dull complexions, improving radiance and glow. Lucky for us then that the powerhouse that is Elizabeth Arden has released their incredible new Vitamin C Ceramide Capsules, which are 178 times more potent than traditional Vitamin C! Yes you read that right – this formula is a game changer. This latest offering, combining the powers of Vitamin C and Ceramides from one of the most trusted brands in the skincare industry, is most definitely one of the most highly anticipated beauty launches of the year.
Encapsulated for freshness and formulated for maximum potency, the new Vitamin C Ceramide Capsules take the form of a  luxurious to use, lightweight dry oil serum that can be used morning or night, depending on the rest of your regime. The two super ingredients in the one capsule work incredibly well alone but even better in combination, with Vitamin C renowned for its brightening superpowers, and ceramides for helping prevent moisture loss. Dual-action brightening technology visibly diminishes dullness and fights hyperpigmentation, whilst your skin also gets the added dose of goodness that protects against the kind of free radical damage that contributes to accelerated ageing. Even better, these super-charged, biodegradable capsules, have been formulated using oil soluble Vitamin C, not water. The upshot? While other Vitamin C products usually stop working after about three hours, these babies just keep on delivering.
Clever encapsulation ensures that active ingredients stay potent and fresh, whilst single-dose capsules are perfectly pre-measured and portable, so are great for travel too. Oh and they are fragrance-free, which gets a big tick from sensitive types like me.
To use them, start by twisting open a capsule and squeezing three drops onto the palm of your hand. Next, press palms together, and smooth over the face. Use the remaining serum for your neck and décolleté, so nothing is wasted.
Elizabeth Arden Vitamin C Ceramide Capsules are on counter now, RRP $87 for 30 capsules. Give them a whirl – you won’t be disappointed.


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