Quick The Inkey List Vitamin C Serum Review – Worth your money? | Doctor Anne

Quick The Inkey List Vitamin C Serum Review – Worth your money? | Doctor Anne

January 6, 2020 5 By Ewald Bahringer


Is the inkey list vitamin C Serum worth your money? Let’s find out! Hi, I’m Doctor Anne. I’m a medical doctor with a passion for a skin care that works. On this channel We explore the science behind skin and do quick reviews So you’ll learn to pick the products that really work for your individual concern. And today I want to talk about The Inkey List Vitamin C. The Inkey List claims that this brightens, plumps the skin by Improving collagen production and helps protect against environmental aggressors by being a potent antioxidant. And that’s basically what vitamin C does so I don’t find any flaws in this claim. The serum itself is white and very smooth upon application. I stress that because other affordable ones like The Ordinary Vitamin C tend to be a little grainy – this one isn’t. It’s Absolutely smooth and a pleasure to spread over your skin. The reason for that is that this is Ascorbic Acid (or vitamin C) Diluted in a silicon blend. Dimethicone and some other silicones. Because vitamin C breaks down in contact with water and this formula is water free it is incredibly stable and Incredibly smooth. You’re supposed to use it in the morning or at night – I generally use my Vitamin C’s in the morning – and Smooth it over your skin after cleansing and toning. If you do a toning step. It contains 30% Vitamin C according to The Inkey List and it is on my not really sensitive skin Potentially irritating. I need to mix it in with a hyaluronic acid or maybe a moisturizer, otherwise, it can lead to a kind of redness, just Irritation on my skin. And that’s my main beef with this one: The main Uptake or the maximum uptake for vitamin C on the skin is around 20 to 25% So I don’t really get why they did 30 percent one that you then need to dilute down to make it comfortable to sit on the skin. I’d rather have a 20 percent solution that yep just does not need to be mixed But that might just be me, but I think that anything above 25 Concentration is five percent wasted, five percent potential for irritation that does not necessarily need to be there. So I would not recommend using this one if you have sensitive skin Everyone else if you really want to try this one because it is a budget option go for it but probably mix it in with something else to bring the concentration down a little I think it is suited for skin starting from the age of Twenty to twenty five all the way down onto your deathbed because everyone should use a vitamin C But if you ask me if I think this is worth your money I’d rather pay a little more and have another texture that is less high in Concentration. And with that said I’m going to link to other videos on the screen that I think you might be interested in. I’m going to see you all very soon with another one. Bye