We have all heard that Vitamin C is good for you, but most of us tend to think of Vitamin C as something you take orally, either in pill form or in the shape of a tall glass of orange juice. Vitamin C is also a key ingredient for managing the health of your skin. From fighting wrinkles to maintaining your natural glow, here’s why your skin craves vitamin C:



The antioxidant activity of vitamin C helps to limit the damage caused to your skin by ultraviolet (UV) light exposure. Although Vitamin C is naturally occurring in your skin, the natural aging process, as well as exposure to pollutants such as UV light, ozone, and cigarette smoke, all cause a decline in natural vitamin C levels in your dermal and epidermal layers.

Collagen Production

Vitamin C is also a major booster for your body’s natural production and stabilization of collagen. Collagen is the structural protein which is a crucial component in your body’s natural ability to heal and repair damaged skin. This also helps to ward off premature wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin, while promoting healthier, brighter, younger looking skin.


If you suffer from dry skin, vitamin C is an absolute essential. The ascorbic acid in vitamin C has been shown to have significant effects on what’s known as trans-epidermal water loss (TEWL). In simple terms, this means that vitamin C helps your skin retain its natural moisture and ward off dry and cracked skin.

Sunburn Protection

The properties that make vitamin C a great moisturizer and collagen booster also make it great for healing sunburns. Studies have shown that vitamin C levels tend to decrease at the site of wounds and burns, which means that topical skincare products that are loaded with vitamin C can help aid in the healing process.

Anti-inflammation Properties

Vitamin C has inflammation-reducing anti-oxidants which can help reduce swelling and puffiness. Which means it’s great for people who tend to wake up in the morning with unsightly bags under their eyes. These properties also extend to brown and red blemishes, and even acne. If you struggle with acne or rosacea, a little bit of vitamin C in your skincare routine will help you get that even toned skin you’re looking for.

Vitamin C is an essential part of protecting your skin from damage and keeping your skin looking and feeling great. It’s a common ingredient in our line of all-natural skincare products that give guys brighter, healthier, younger-looking skin.