Vitamin C Skin Benefits and the Camu camu berry
The aging process and sun damage cause us to lose collagen, leading to wrinkles, fine lines and loose, sagging skin. Vitamin C boosts your skin's collagen production resulting in firmer, plumper skin that smooths out fine lines and wrinkles.
Vitamin C Helps Fight Free Radical Damage
The antioxidant properties of vitamin C help fight free radicals and damage caused by UV radiation. The result is anti-aging action for younger-looking skin!
Helps Brightens Dark Spots
Vitamin C helps lighten hyper-pigmentation and inhibits melanin production for even tone and brighter skin.
Vitamin C helps repair damage from over exposure to the sun and collagen loss by stimulating collagen and may even help fade some scarring.
Enter the Camu Camu Fruit from the Amazon.
The Camu Camu Berry is a fruit from the Amazon and contains 30x the Vitamin C of an orange.
This little known berry is taking the skin care industry by storm. It has a light, delicate, slight citrus aroma, is high in Niacin as well and has a brilliant effect on melanin producing cells, therefore move over sun spot damage and acne discoloration.
The vitamin C and flavonoids in the camu camu berry provide a power house of antioxidant defense against wrinkle-inducing UV and shields against skin-scavaging of pollution, pollen and other environmental pollutants often leading to dry, itch and inflamed skin.
Camu camu is jam-packed with vitamins AND minerals such as iron, niacin, riboflavin, phosphorus, potassium, beta-carotene, calcium and amino acids.
We have formulated a hydrating gel with the Camu Camu Berry and have added it to our product line, bringing our customers a unique blend of ingredients to help brighten and boost your skin, revealing healthier, nourished beautiful skin.
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I launched my own skin care business officially in 2013, at the age of 47 yrs young. Received my Certification in Aromatherapy shortly there after and have continued my Clinical Aromatherapy education in the Integrative Healing Practices field and Organic Cosmetic Science. I am married, have one son and two stepchildren and live in a small town in the Texas Panhandle.