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Triple Vitamin C Serum – Pigmentation/Dry/Fine Lines/Wrinkles/General Skin Health

$95.00$135.00

  • Potent Vitamin C and peptide serum for DNA repair and cellular stimulation
  • Triple Vitamin C Serum helps with sun damage protection and healing, moisturises and hydrates, stimulates collagen production, repairs vessels
  • Lightens and brightens skin

Discover the difference of our Triple Vitamin C Serum – Pigmentation/Dry/Fine Lines/Wrinkles/General Skin Health

Skin Type:

Ideal for mature or dry skin, our Triple Vitamin C Serum caters to a broad spectrum of skin types, ensuring a versatile and inclusive skincare experience for all.

Application Instructions:

Indulge in a pampering skincare routine by applying 1 to 2 pumps of ourTriple Vitamin C Serum onto your fingertips. Gently massage the serum into your face, neck, and décolletage in the morning, following your cleansing ritual and preceding the application of moisturizer and sunscreen. For a customised approach, feel free to mix it with other serums, such as our Vitamin B3 serum.

Key Ingredients:

The Triple Vitamin C Serum comes with a potent concentration of Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate (10% Vitamin C), Terminalia Ferdinandiana (Kakadu Plum) Fruit Extract, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (Vitamin C), and Melaleuca Teretifolia (Honey Myrtle), experience a formula crafted for luminosity and nourishment.

Size and Packaging:

The Triple Vitamin C Serum is available in two convenient sizes: 30ml and 15ml. It offers easy handling and travel-friendly use. Its compact packaging ensures that you can enjoy the benefits on the go, fitting perfectly in your purse, gym bag, or during travel.

For any inquiries or further information, don’t hesitate to contact us at hello@scienceskincare.com.au. We are dedicated to providing personalised assistance and ensuring that you achieve the best results with our skincare products.

Experience the Science Skincare difference – because your skin deserves the best.

Reference:

Bhatia B.K., Huggins R.H., Tisack A. (2020) Pigmentary Disorders. In: Lim H., Kohen L., Schneider S., Yeager D. (eds) Practical Guide to Dermatology. Springer, Cham (10%

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