If you just can’t stand putting anything on your face then supplements are perfect for you. “Ascorbic acid has proven its centuries-old competence for aiding in the skin’s collagen production and wound repair,” Dr. Briones says.
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While these shouldn’t replace your normal daily supplements, they also provide loads of vitamins like Vitamin A, which helps with pimples and wrinkles.
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Whitening and ascorbic acid go hand in hand. Dr. Briones’s advice: “When consuming glutathione—we recommend an ascorbic acid dose of 500-1000 mg.”
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A daily intake of ascorbic acid will also help out “a person’s general good health [which] also [translates to] one’s own skin, a person’s biggest organ.” Dr. Briones says.