VITAMIN C CLEANSER
VITAMIN C CLEANSER
Orrenge Vitamin C Cleanser Brightens, repairs & protects facial skin for a radiant & refreshing skin tone. It packs a powerful punch of Vitamin C to refine skin texture, reduce wrinkle appearance and help protect skin from the elements. It Penetrates deep to keep the skin hydrated this oil cleanser uses a combination of soothing oils and moisturizers to leave the face with a boost of hydration and a clean feel for both morning and night
Key Ingredients: 5% Vitamin C, Aloe Vera, Orange Stem Cells, Vitamin E, MSM, Dandelion Extra
How To Apply
- Apply to moistened skin with fingers or damp cloth.
- Apply to skin with light circular and massaging motions avoiding contact with eyes. Rinse with warm clear water
- For best result follow up with Vitamin C Cream
How does Vitamin C cleanser help?
While ingesting Vitamin C is a great way to get your daily dose, applying Vitamin C topically through a skincare regimen allows the powerful antioxidant to perform its skin-brightening, hyperpigmentation-correcting and skin tone-evening benefits
How many times do we need to use it in a day?
Twice a day
How long does it take to work?
What It Does: This potent antioxidant interferes with the production of pigment in the skin, fading dark spots. When You'll See Results: Once you add vitamin C to your skincare regimen, you may start seeing noticeable improvements in three weeks
What does Vitamin C cleanser do?
Our Vitamin C Cleanser is a gentle face wash that helps clear and unclog pores, breakouts, and blemishes. The ingredients in this acne face wash help to cleanse away dulling skin cells, fade the appearance of sun spots, discoloration, and damage that comes from prolonged sun exposure.
Is Vitamin C good acne?
Vitamin C is an antioxidant that we commonly recommend to treat dark spots and sun damage because of its ability to brighten the skin. Just as it can brighten sun spots on your face, it can do the same to pigmentation around scars.
Is Vitamin C good for the face?
Yes. The antioxidant properties of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and its role in collagen synthesis make vitamin C a vital molecule for skin health. Dietary and topical ascorbic acid have beneficial effects on skin cells, and some studies have shown that vitamin C may help prevent and treat ultraviolet (UV)-induced photodamage.