Daily use of skin vitamin C is a universal hit for all skin types!

The Ins and Outs of Vitamin C: Topical VS Oral

Vitamin C supports integrity of collagen, elastin, and the cartilage of our body. Our skin is healthier if we consume a proper amount of Vitamin C in our diet. For direct antiaging you need topical Vitamin C to the skin.

A diet rich in C controls inflammation. Inflammation helps our body fight toxins and repair injury. Chronic, up regulated, inflammation however lead to chronic illness, in addition, to dull skin.

Research before purchasing Vitamin C.  Not all sources of Vitamin C are labeled obviously. Magnesium ascorbate is actually a magnesium salt of vitamin C. Magnesium ascorbate is instrumental in muscle and joint repair and maintenance, decreases trauma to muscles, and thus reduces the pain of intense exercise and training.

One of the ways Vitamin C in our diet fights inflammation is to modulate our responses to exercise. Overuse of muscles triggers the release inflammatory proteins and optimum Vitamin C can prevent these inflammatory compounds from being released excessively. Thus, a properly administered Vitamin C program prevents delayed muscle soreness. In addition, research studies have shown that the inflammation of joint cartilage which causes osteoarthritis can both be inhibited and reversed by Vitamin C. The disks between the vertebral bodies degenerate and can destabilize contributing to many cases of low back pain. Vitamin C has been shown to be able improve the structural integrity and decrease inflammation of the back disks and thus be a vital part of back health and reduction of chronic back pain. Those free of pain shine their light through their beutiful skin.