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Six of The Best Topical Vitamin C Products

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Prevent ageing & boost immunity with vitamin C

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The not-so secret anti-oxidant ingredient that all women should have in their beauty armoury to combat the signs of ageing. 

Six of The Best Topical Vitamin C Products

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Dr Barbara Sturm The Good Vitamin C Serum

Dr Barbara Sturm The Good Vitamin C Serum

Use regularly for a brighter complexion. Add a pipette full of serum to the palm of your hand and dab over face, avoiding eye area. Wait a minute or so before topping off with a good day moisturiser with SPF. 30ml, £110,

2. Dr Sebagh Pure Vitamin C Powder

Dr Sebagh Pure Vitamin C Powder

Either apply direct whereby the powder turns to a cream, or mix with your normal moisturiser, it’s a super convenient way to deliver the highest grade Vitamin C. 5 x 1.95g, £85,

Skinceuticals CE Ferulic

A beauty editor’s favourite, four to five drops of this powerful product should be applied to chin, cheek, forehead and neck after cleansing. Follow with moisturiser. 30ml, £140,

Paula’s Choice C15 Super Booster

Safe to use under the eye area, use two to three drops up to twice a day. Also includes Vitamin E, another great skin antioxidant. 20ml, £46,

Sunday Riley CEO Glow

With added turmeric oil and evening primrose oil, this delicious product delivers vitamin C into your skin through superfood oils. Blend with any other product or use alone. 15ml, £34,

The Ordinary Vitamin C Suspension 23% + HA Spheres 2%

For the best value quality products out there, you can’t beat The Ordinary. You need to be quick though – many products sell out super quickly. 30ml, £4.75,

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