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Why You're Not Using an Anti-Aging Skincare Routine?

by HiCAGlobal 11 Jul 2023
Why You're Not Using an Anti-Aging Skincare Routine?

Alright guys, have you heard of the morning C night A skin care routine?

The "Morning C Night A" maintenance formula, which has been highly discussed in major beauty communities, is actually using skin care products with anti-oxidation and anti-aging effects in the morning and evening to strengthen and improve skin roughness and dullness. Especially for people who like to stay up late!

Don't hesitate, try it now!

Following are Benefits of using cosmetics containing vitamin C in the morning

Vitamin C has the effect of suppressing the production of melanin. Use in the morning to prevent dark spots caused by sunburn. And UV rays generate not only melanin, which causes spots, but also active oxygen. When active oxygen increases, it affects the production of collagen and elastin, which are the proteins necessary to keep the skin firm and moist. Vitamin C can be expected to have a pleasant effect on the lack of firmness caused by dryness.

Retinol-containing cosmetics are recommended to be used at night!

Relationship between retinol functions and UV rays

Retinol is a form of vitamin A. Supporting the action of collagen, you can expect a feeling of firmness and elasticity. And it also has the effect of adjusting the condition and making the skin fine and smooth! It also has a light peeling effect to prevent clogged pores and rough skin.

However, retinol is easily decomposed by UV light, so careful UV care is required when using it in the morning. Neglecting UV care can also irritate your skin.

Given those risks, it's wise to include retinol in your nighttime skincare routine. It is said that the long-term use of this ingredient will bring out its effects, so we recommend that you continue to use it.

Can Vitamin C and Retinol be used together? What is the recommended order?

Vitamin C and retinol can be used together without problems

It is sometimes said that "vitamin C and vitamin A are incompatible because they are ingredients that do not match in pH." pH is a unit that expresses the properties of an aqueous solution (acidity or alkalinity). However, since vitamin C is water-soluble and retinol is oil-soluble, pH is irrelevant and the above theory does not apply.

Vitamin C and retinol can be used together without any problems.

Using high concentrations of vitamin C and retinol at the same time can be very irritating and stressful on the skin. If you have sensitive skin and are concerned about using it together, we recommend using vitamin C in the morning and retinol at night. Please check the recommended order of the brand, as the effective order of use varies depending on the purpose of use and ingredient design.

UV protection is also important when using vitamin C and retinol together!

Combined use of daily retinol and vitamin C also includes UV protection

Vitamin C, which has whitening* and skin-protecting effects, can protect your skin from damage caused by UV rays. However, it does not have the effect of cutting the ultraviolet rays themselves. It is said that 80% of skin aging is due to photoaging caused by ultraviolet rays. In addition to using vitamin C and retinol, be sure to use sunscreen during the day to protect against UV rays.

* Suppress melanin production and prevent dark spots and freckles

Vitamin C and retinol are popular among beauty lovers. How about incorporating "Asa C Night A" into your daily skin care routine to get smooth and smooth skin.

* Suppress melanin production to prevent spots and freck

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