#c for your­self

These good­ies con­tain enough vi­ta­min C to leave your skin clearer and brighter

#Legend - - BEAUTIQUE -

1_ FRESH Vi­ta­min Nec­tar Mois­ture Glow Face Cream

An in­no­va­tion in Fresh’s rev­o­lu­tion­ary

Vi­ta­min Nec­tar col­lec­tion, this face cream prom­ises vi­brant, glow­ing skin. The light­weight cream in­cludes a dose of cit­rus that helps en­er­gise the skin and offers last­ing hy­dra­tion. This is per­fect for the ca­reer girl on the go.

2_ KAT BURKI Vi­ta­min C In­ten­sive Face Cream

Bright­ness, smooth­ness and firm­ness are the qual­i­ties your skin may ac­quire when treated with Kat Burki Vi­ta­min C In­ten­sive Face Cream. The for­mula in­cludes lingzhi mush­room and ocean min­er­als, that help pro­tect the skin against harsh en­vi­ron­ments. The face cream from Net-a-Porter has some­thing of a cult fol­low­ing.

3_ NATURA BISSÉ C+C Vi­ta­min Sum­mer Lo­tion

In­tensely hy­drat­ing, sooth­ing and restora­tive, C+C Vi­ta­min Sum­mer Lo­tion is your new best friend on hot days. The lo­tion in­creases elas­tic­ity and firm­ness, and helps al­le­vi­ate ir­ri­ta­tion. It con­tains key in­gre­di­ents such as vi­ta­min E, vi­ta­min C, or­ange ex­tract and aloe vera to leave your skin looking and feel­ing good once again.

4_ TATCHA Vi­o­let-C Ra­di­ance Mask

This bright vi­o­let coloured mask lives up to its name with the Ja­panese Beau­ty­berry, Cal­li­carpa japon­ica, lend­ing its star­tling colour. The mask also con­tains seven kinds of fruit and two forms of vi­ta­min C. The com­bined ef­fect is said to cre­ate ra­di­ant skin with im­proved clar­ity, and last­ing bright­en­ing ef­fects.

5_ CAUDALIE Vine[Ac­tiv] Glow Ac­ti­vat­ing Anti-Wrin­kle Serum

This con­cen­trated serum is de­signed for use ev­ery morn­ing and evening. With clin­i­cally proven ben­e­fits that pro­tect skin from degra­da­tion and pig­men­ta­tion, the for­mula in­cludes vi­ta­min C, an im­por­tant ad­di­tion that may help keep skin looking younger and feel­ing firmer.

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