C Scape high potency Night Booster 30
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C scape high potency night booster 30 is an age-preventing, collagen-boosting dynamo formulated with a 30% concentration of L-ascorbic acid, which is gently released into the skin immediately and overtime for maximum efficacy and absorption. Advanced technology strengthens skin’s other structural components to improve elasticity and help fend off lines and wrinkles. Intense hydration deeply moisturizes, as antioxidants valiantly safeguard skin from environmental assailants. Superb for all skin types, except for the most sensitive. C-Scape High Potency Night Booster 30 is a deep treatment your skin will love. While you sleep, the night booster goes to work exfoliating and smoothing your skin. It is also vital in the production of collagen, which helps give skin its firmness and reduces fine lines and wrinkles.

BENEFITS C SCAPE HIGH POTENCY NIGHT BOOSTER 30


L-ASCORBIC ACID

A 30% concentration of L Ascorbic Acid works overtime to even out skin tone, creating a more uniform and radiant complexion. Pure Vitamin C is known as L-Ascorbic Acid. The “L” in front of Ascorbic refers to how the molecule itself rotates to light and refers to its source. L-Ascorbic Acid comes from natural sources such as oranges. To brighten up a dull complexion and erase sun spots, vitamin C is the gold standard of ingredients, especially as the years go on. As such, getting familiar with the powerhouse antioxidant is essential for any robust skincare strategy; L-Ascorbic Acid products penetrate the skin tissue and are more active in collagen production. This, in turn, increases firmness in the skin. L-Ascorbic Acid is a rejuvenating vitamin ingredient that also plays a part in reducing photo-damage caused by harmful UVB rays. Because L-Ascorbic Acid plays a significant role in anti-aging treatments, skin firmness, general repair, and brightening, it also rejuvenates the skin.

Conditions such as aging skin, hyperpigmentation, and post-inflammation hyperpigmentation benefit greatly from L-Ascorbic Acid skincare products. People with rosacea and sensitive skin conditions should avoid this Vitamin C ingredient as it may irritate. Oily, dry, and combination skin types can benefit significantly from L-Ascorbic Acid products.

VITAMIN C COMPLEX

Vitamin C promotes collagen production, which can thicken the dermis, diminish fine lines, and is essential for firm, youthful skin. On top of that, vitamin C is an antioxidant, meaning it protects skin cells from damaging free radicals caused by UV exposure. It also inhibits melanin production in the skin, which helps to lighten hyperpigmentation and brown spots, even out skin tone, and enhance skin radiance. Finally, vitamin C helps repair damage from sun exposure and collagen loss by encouraging healthy cell turnover and regeneration. Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant with incredible benefits for skin health. It can boost your circulation, brighten your skin, help to heal surface damage, stimulate collagen production, and even scavenge free radicals to prevent the onset of fine lines and wrinkles. Even if you don’t have sensitive skin, we recommend that all skin types use their vitamin C serum before bed. Your body undergoes its natural repair process while you’re asleep, and vitamin C will make its strongest impact on your skin during this time. It’ll also absorb into your skin most effectively after you’ve cleansed and exfoliated, so it makes sense to apply it during your nighttime routine. When you use your vitamin C serum during the night, you’ll also avoid the risk of photosensitivity, which can occur in some cases with daytime use.

ANTIOXIDANTS

Antioxidants protect the skin by reducing and counteracting free radical production. These free radicals, as a refresher, can assault your skin, damaging healthy skin cells and creating oxidative stress. Antioxidants are substances that help protect the skin’s surface from oxidative damage caused by free radicals and environmental aggressors like UV and pollution. Antioxidants are often found in skincare product formulas because of their powerful anti-aging benefits.


What Antioxidants Can Do for Your Skin

Antioxidants help correct signs of age.

Oxidative stress breaks down collagen, hinders skin’s natural repair process, and triggers inflammation—and you see these effects like fine lines, wrinkles, loose skin, acne breakouts, and a blotchy skin tone. By scavenging free radicals, antioxidants can help prevent and correct these visible signs and give skin a more youthful glow.

Antioxidants help prevent sun damage.

By definition, all antioxidants have anti-inflammatory properties. They blunt your skin’s inflammatory response to the sun’s harmful rays, preventing sunburn and providing enhanced protection against sun damage and photoaging.

Antioxidants help skin repair itself.

Inflammation impedes the skin’s renewal process. By reducing inflammation, antioxidants allow the skin to repair itself and correct visible damage. Some antioxidants, like vitamin C, can also stimulate collagen production, which is vital for youthful skin.

Antioxidants help brighten skin tone.

Free radicals and frequent sun exposure can also trigger skin melanin production changes, causing dark spots and uneven skin tone. By reducing photodamage, antioxidants can help prevent abnormal skin pigmentation. Some antioxidants (again, like vitamin C) also inhibit tyrosine, an enzyme that stimulates melanin production.

ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS AND COENZYME Q10

Q10 is a coenzyme found naturally in all body cells. Energy production needs to fulfill the skin's essential functions, such as regeneration and repair. As our skin is the body's outermost layer, it is constantly exposed to various external factors, including oxidative stress caused by the sun's UV rays. Plus, internal processes can cause the release of free radicals, which cause further damage. So what is coenzyme Q10's role? Coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10, is released as an antioxidant to combat this oxidative stress, which is why it is so essential for smooth, healthy-looking skin.

What Is Coenzyme Q10 Good For?

1. Gives Skin the Energy it needs for Natural Repair & Regeneration

One of the critical benefits of Q10 is that it provides the cells in your skin with the binding energy needed for it to repair and regenerate itself, meaning it can better carry out its essential functions.

2. More Energized Skin Equals a More Radiant Complexion

Skin that is said to look youthful and energetic generally contains high levels of Q10. With the energy that Q10 is providing skin, it can repair and regenerate at a faster rate to stay looking young and energized. On the other hand, as skin ages, its natural levels of Q10 begin to diminish, meaning it does not repair and regenerate as fast, so it can look dull and tired. This is why as you age, adding Coenzyme Q10 products to your skincare routine can help you maintain a radiant complexion.

3. Coenzyme Q10 Can Help to Reduce Sun Damage

CoQ10 is a powerful antioxidant that helps defend skin from adverse effects of sun exposure caused by free radicals (unstable atoms that can damage skin cells). Reducing sun damage also helps to prevent sun-induced signs of aging.

4. Coenzyme Q10 Supports the Production of Collagen & Elastic

Collagen makes up almost 80% of our skin and nearly a third of all proteins in our body. Coenzyme Q10 helps to support collagen production, which helps increase cell regeneration, protect delicate organs, strengthen bones, tendons, and joints, and maintain skin elasticity.

5. Q10 Helps to Reduce the Emergence of Fine Lines & Wrinkles

With all the energy Coenzyme Q10 provides skin, and with it helping to support collagen production, it is a highly effective ingredient in creams that help fight the signs of aging skin, such as fine lines and wrinkles.

6. Coenzyme Q10 Helps to Promote an Even Skin Tone

Coenzyme Q10 can help prevent hyperpigmentation and dark spots caused by an excess production of melanin. Coenzyme Q10 does this by helping to stop tyrosinase production, which is the catalyst for melanin production.

WHEN TO USE NIGHT BOOSTER 30

Apply before bedtime to clean, dry skin on the face, neck, and décolletage and let the night's restorative powers, the healing beauty of sleep, and our effective concentrations of L-Ascorbic Acid/vitamin C work their rejuvenating magic while you dream.

SHOULD YOU MOISTURIZE YOUR FACE BEFORE BED?

Washing your face after a long day can be challenging, and at times it can be hard to see all the benefits. I’m sure we have all woken up with our full face of makeup on from the night before smeared all over our face, leading us into the world of breakout hurt.

After experiencing this a few times, we learn quickly just how important it is to wash our face, but just how vital is moisturizing after? Moisturizing alone has so many benefits, but we are here to find out just when the perfect time to moisturize is so that we all can wake up each morning feeling like our best selves with clear and happy skin!


WHEN SHOULD YOU MOISTURIZE?

It’s important to moisturize throughout the day, and moisturizing alone gives so many benefits to your skin. Moisturizing every day can reduce the chance of developing extreme dryness or oiliness, and a daily moisturizer can ensure that any skin blemishes are camouflaged.

People who properly moisturize their skin daily saw that they accumulated wrinkles at just a fraction of the rate of those with dry skin, and it also kept the skin youthful. Since you spend most of your day awake and on the go and most of your nights asleep, your moisturizing needs will vary between night and day.

During the day, your moisturizer should have some level of protection against UVA and UVB rays. Even on cloudy or snowy winter days, you can be prone to sun exposure or burns, so it’s important to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful rays year-round. In the summer, especially if you’re spending most of your day in the sun, a good moisturizer is crucial and is a vital component in wrinkle prevention. At night, you should use a moisturizer to help undo the damage during the day. Before bed, you can get away with using a thicker moisturizing cream with all the necessary ingredients, including retinoid. Be careful using retinoids though, they can be very drying and make your skin more sensitive to the sun, so it’s best not to overdo them.

WHAT DOES MOISTURIZING BEFORE BED DO?

Moisturizing your face before bed is crucial, but what exactly are the benefits? Applying moisturizer before bed allows three things to happen:

Rest for your face

Repair for the activities you do throughout the day

Minimize the effects of aging

A nighttime moisturizing lotion with a retinoid is an excellent choice for almost any age. Retinoids clear the pores, preventing acne from growing and helping to heal persistent acne problems. They are also useful in reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Retinoid use over several months is known to promote the development of new blood vessels and collagen and smoothing out sun-damaged skin.

For people with younger skin, be careful using retinol and retinoid daily as they can be drying and make your skin sensitive to the sun, causing a higher possibility for sun damage. If you are new to using retinol and retinoid, try starting them at 1 to 2 times a week and build your way up so that the skin can adapt and adjust to the solution accordingly.


WHAT IS THE IDEAL NIGHTLY ROUTINE?

The first step of a successful nightly routine is consistency.

1. Wash Face

Make washing your face a priority every evening and add it to your nightly routine. I wash and moisturize my face after I brush my teeth at night so that it isn’t rushed and it isn’t an added trip to the bathroom that feels so far right around bedtime.

2. Use Warm Water

When washing your face, make sure you are using warm water. Using warm water on your face helps open up your pores, clearing them of dirt, oil, and bacteria that can lead to acne. It also helps to relax you before bed.

3. Remove Dead Skin

Several times a week, you should use an exfoliating cleanser or facial cleansing brush to help smooth your skin, clear pores, remove dead skin, and prevent breakouts. It would be best if you didn’t use them every night, though, as it could over-exfoliate and leave your skin open and more exposed to breakouts and blemishes.

4. Repeat Face Wash

After you have rinsed your exfoliator off, repeat washing your face one more time with a gentle cleanser, as one wash usually does not succeed in removing all oil, dead skin, or makeup. Most makeups have been formulated to last for 12-24 hours to get a more thorough clean and wash twice.

5. Moisturize

After drying off your face, use a moisturizing, antioxidant-rich lotion on your face before bed, as it can help your skin stay vibrant and protect against the effects of aging.

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