Sức Khỏe✅ Vitamin C in Skincare A Biochemist Perspective by elnashani August 30, 2019 39 Comments Ingredient Highlight! Vitamin C Vit C derivatives mention: l-ascorbyl palmitate, tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate, magnesium ascorbyl phosphate, and sodium ascorbyl phosphate. Antioxidant mentioned: trans-resveratrol Skin brightener mentioned: arbutin Follow me on Insta & Twitter @kennawhitnell source: https://sebastienizambard.net/ Xem thêm các bài viết về Sức Khỏe: https://sebastienizambard.net/category/suc-khoe/ Tweet Pin It Previous Article Nhật Kí Du Lịch Sapa | Mẹo Du Lịch Kiếm Tiền P1 | DEGO TV Next Article Cách "Trị" Hóp Má ,Thái Dương khi niềng răng | Óc Văn Bàn About the Author elnashani You may also like Sức Khỏe✅ Cốm vi sinh BEBUGOLD có tác dụng như thế nào với trẻ biếng ăn, rối loạn tiêu hóa? Sức Khỏe✅ Bệnh viêm họng do trào ngược dạ dày thực quản Sức Khỏe✅ Phẫu thuật u tuyến yên qua đường mũi xoang – Khoa Phẫu thuật thần kinh 1, BV Hữu Nghị Việt Đức 39 Comments Kenna August 30, 2019 The two ingredients I mention in the video are trans-resveratrol (antioxidant) and arbutin (Skin brightener)! Sorry for not having titles I will get better at this YT thing I promise 🤗 Reply Inés Penella August 30, 2019 Hi Kenna! What do you think about the interaction of vitamin c or its derivatives in skin care with iron from iron oxides in make up? I mean about its reducing and chelating properties. Thanks! Reply Leticia Matias August 30, 2019 me: * pausing the video every ten seconds to take notes on what you’re talking about * me now: nice and educated :)) Reply deeana t August 30, 2019 Such a breath of fresh air on YT in terms of the beauty community!! ❤️ Reply Simone August 30, 2019 Will vitamin c in a gummy/capsule form give me the same benefits as a serum? Reply Jeska Aveda August 30, 2019 Can you do a video on Coenzyme Q10? Reply Sarah Ceasar August 30, 2019 Glad you explained why Vitamin C products aren't all they're cracked up to be! Unless they contain other ingredients for brightening effects. No more wasting money. 👍👍👍 Reply Patricia Solis August 30, 2019 Love this, I love my vit c, mine also has a combination of other ingredients, arbutin,GooseberrySea Fennel Plant Stem Cells, Licorice Extract. I was looking at another one in powder form, it is Ethyl Ascorbic Acid, what do you think that? Reply Alexzandra Perez August 30, 2019 How are you able (as a consumer) to know what eyelash extension places are safe for sensitive skin and eyes? Reply Janet J. August 30, 2019 I should have watched this before I plopped down $80.00 or an expensive vit C serum. Oy. Reply Victoria Chanel August 30, 2019 What about taking a vitamin c supplement? Reply Katy Mac August 30, 2019 This was a great explanation!! Thanks Kenna! Reply Kim Cruz August 30, 2019 I loooove your videos! Keep it up! I hope you can talk aboout arbutin and trans-revetrol more. Thanks! Reply Madeleine H August 30, 2019 Would love to see you do a collab with a dermatologist like Dr Sandra Lee! Perhaps debunking common skincare myths or something like that. I love your explanations of the biochemistry & Dr Lee sees a lot of patients who believe some pretty outlandish stuff. It'd be cool for you combine your expertise in biochemistry with hers in skin pathophysiology on something like that! Reply Sarah Chartrand August 30, 2019 How do you feel about PMD type tools? Reply Sheikh Saifuddin August 30, 2019 Wow this is actually very informative. Thanks. Was heavily considering a vit-c serum, but i haven't had good results with them before so i decided to do some research before investing again. Glad i found this. Personally, every time I've used a vit c serum or vit c contianing product, I've had the opposite result of what it's supposed to do. So i always ended up with worse looking spots and pigmentation. I was really confused so i decided to google and turns out im not alone. Reply Ashley Martinez August 30, 2019 You should review/ test Kylie’s “skincare” line Reply Mariana Villanova August 30, 2019 The Magnesium Phosphate 10% from The Ordinary works fine on my skin without being an irritant and giving me softer skin and slight brightening effect. Reply Joanna Olson August 30, 2019 Thank you for sharing! I’ve used Vit. C and have never seen the claimed benefits on my skin. I just thought that I was buying cheap products 😅 Reply Diana Fitness Bakersfield August 30, 2019 Hello! So what are some tried and proven products that help with skin brightening and acne scars? Reply Saya Tutorial August 30, 2019 What if you have dyspepsia and cant have citric fruit… Reply Nilam Mishra August 30, 2019 Hi KennaI have a big Malasma on my face and I use vitC for brightening. Now through ur review I came to learn that there are many other products that has the brightening effects. Could you kindly suggest some that are available in Australia. I used hydroquinone 2% moisturiser but haven’t seen much improvement. Reply Gabriela Daneshka August 30, 2019 And what about the L Absorbic Acid in powder form? I have the one from the Ordinary and I'm not so sure how much it does. I think I might switch to Q10 as an antioxidant or alpha arburin and just use my niancinamide separately Reply Sabrina Stovall August 30, 2019 Would love to see your skincare regiment !! Love all your videos!! So glad I found you Reply Katie Eisenhower August 30, 2019 Thank you so very much! Subscriber now! Reply Maya Fitriana August 30, 2019 thanks for your nice talk.If I may give a comment, it would be more interesting and easier to understand and even easy to remember if you give simple animation or like handwriting on the board, because you are talking about biochemistry which is you know it is a little bit complex (I think), but it is interesting topics and very good information.Keep making the videos about the interesting topics 😉 Reply Godwin Enerio August 30, 2019 Kenna is very beautiful and talking Martian. :p Reply Emilie Sandell August 30, 2019 Yeees! I love this, these are the videos I've always wanted to see. I do want to hear more about how convinced you are that these ingredients absorb and really work. I'd love to see some references to papers too. Some source work.😉 Love! Reply Terquise Fog August 30, 2019 You said that Albutin can help with skin pigmentation and scaring, do you know any products on the that contain it and are effective for scarring?and is vitamin E stable and more favorable than vitamin C? Reply M R August 30, 2019 Wonderful video! In regards to resveratrol. I use Allies of Skin's TRIPLE HYALURONIC ANTIOXIDANT HYDRATION SERUM. It states it has %5 of Resveratrol Ferment. What is the difference in efficacy between trans-resveratrol and just resveratrol in the skin? If any. Thank you in advance if you reply! Reply Annemarie Rottorf August 30, 2019 Thank you for the info r Marion. I use Arbutin & take Resveratrol if you That is the same thing thing. I eat a diet rich and in dark leafy greens raw in sald., I roast red peppers & make roasted garlic for the this range free chicken dish I make every week followed by berries fresh air in season, frozen out of the season. I also take emergen C twice a week. Is there more I should doing? Reply Evelyn Glick August 30, 2019 Thank you for this great informative video. Please give us the best products to use to prevent aging and hyperpigmentation. Ingredients will help but naming your favorite products will be even better. Reply keristen rauma August 30, 2019 Wah I must be stupid. What other tried and true products should I be looking for to brighten my skin? Reply Diana Antal August 30, 2019 If you decided, in the future, to create your own skin care line, I would buy it! Reply OnWingsOfHope August 30, 2019 I love what my Vitamin C – E & Ferulic Acid serum has done for my complexion & will be sticking to it. I will however, add resveratrol & Arbutin into my skin care routine as a booster. Reply Laura Jo Ortega August 30, 2019 Found your channel through all the Jaclyn Hill nonsense. You’re amazing! I have been watching Dr. Dray for years and it’s great to find another credible educated person on YT. Against my better judgement I purchased the Skinceuticals C E Ferrulic serum and it might just be my imagination and change in weather/eating habits, but I can really notice a difference. I’ve been taking “progress” pics every month and there is improvement in my dark spots and my complexion overall is smoother. Could this actually be due to this very expensive serum or is there just not enough research to say for sure ? Also, WHY is Skinceuticals so expensive??? Scam? Scientific explanation ? Please make a video on this brand ! Greetings from Texas! Reply Serene Artist August 30, 2019 Thank you very much. I no longer use vitamin c topicals as I researched it myself and there’s no real data to support its use; I’ve even found data stating it can eventually age skin. Reply vSharppp August 30, 2019 Great vid 💪🏽 God Bless Reply Paige Rasbeary August 30, 2019 What are some more agents you recommend using on the skin to produce collagen? I’m 19 and I am already getting wrinkles in my forehead but it makes no sense because Ive always drank plenty of water, never suffered from dry skin, and my skin is baby soft every where else Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.