Ethyl Ascorbate (Vitamin C)
Ethyl Ascorbate: A Potent shield for your skin against Free Radicals
There are only a few vitamins that our body synthesizes on its own. Our food provides the others as a part of our dietary nutrition. Different vitamins give us different benefits and from all those vitamins there’s one that can be considered a super-vitamin for its all the fabulous advantages it gives us.
And that vitamin is Vitamin C. Similar to many other vitamins, we obtain vitamin C from various fruits and vegetables because our body does not make it naturally. Vitamin C is very essential for our skin health.
What is Ethyl Ascorbate?
Vitamin C, also known as Ascorbic acid, is naturally found in different fruits and vegetables like oranges, rosehips, broccoli, and berries. But the amount of Vitamin C we get through our daily diet is not enough for our skin. In fact, the vitamin C we take through diet is used by important organs while our skin takes a backstep.
So, we (knowingly or unknowingly) use skincare products that contain Vitamin C. But vitamin C is pretty much useless in its pure form when we apply it topically because it is impenetrable, unstable, and prone to oxidation. That is why researchers have found different derivatives of this vitamin. In all other derivatives or versions, the purity, efficacy, and strength of Vitamin C vary which may not give the complete benefits that Vitamin C has to offer.
That is why we have selected Ethyl Ascorbate. It is the Next-generation Vitamin C derivative that nullifies all the shortcomings of natural Vitamin C. Compared to other versions of Vitamin C, Ethyl Ascorbate also contains 99% pure Vitamin C.
Why use Ethyl Ascorbate in Skincare?
Vitamin C has many benefits, especially for our skin. It reduces oxidative stress and repairs damage caused by free radicals. It also provides protection from UV rays and increases collagen synthesis.
But since it is not penetrable in our skin, Bee Elite Essentials has used the Next-Generation Derivative of Vitamin C or Ethyl Ascorbate in its products. As compared to pure Vitamin C Ethyl ascorbate is more stable, easily penetrable, and is resistant to oxidation.
It reduces fine lines and wrinkles, brightens our skin and increases collagen synthesis in our skin. It also reduces dark spots and gives us smooth, firm and even-toned skin.
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