BOOST, world's most natural 20% "vitamin C" serum

Do we have a pure vitamin C serum that doesn't oxidize after 2 months?
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BOOST: Even Tone Daily Oil is the world's most natural 20% "vitamin C" serum. It's simply pure organic orange juice for the skin. We hear from shoppers frequently asking about how to reduce hyperpigmentation and how to improve reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Apply this serum day and night for consistent results. Vitamin C is an extraordinary antioxidant containing properties that help even skin tone and deter damage to healthy cells(4).
Facial serums are powerful lightweight moisturizers used to target specific skin challenges and may vary by skin type. BOOST is sensitive skin safe and is the one product you want to wear daily besides sunscreen(3). BOOST helps to combat air pollution. It contains hyaluronic acid which helps to improve moisture retention.
The vitamin C potency in BOOST: Even Tone Daily Oily is amplified by the addition of vitamin E and Ferulic Acid. Ferulic Acid is an antioxidant found within plant cell walls. These compounds work synergistically to help improve skin cell regeneration.
L-ascorbic acid a.k.a. Vitamin C is a very finicky and unstable compound requiring cosmetic chemistry to fortify it into a safe and efficacious skin care product. BOOST contains a high concentration of vitamin C ester and argan oil with just the right amount of vitamin E(2). Not all vitamin C serums are created equal. Synthetic vitamin C is often popular for mass skincare due to its low cost, but it's known to have a high irritant risk. Vitamin C is available in a variety of compositions with varying levels of stability. The purest form is L-ascorbic acid.
BOOST contains 20% Ascorbyl Palmitate, a milder yet more stable form of vitamin C(1). BOOST is the world's most natural vitamin C serum because general physical properties of L-ascorbic are solid or powder. Fresh extracts are the key to our formula. The production process of BOOST includes steaming tangerine peels with water then separating the esters from the aqua to form a thick white to yellowish liquid, ascorbyl palmitate. This practice is very sophisticated and labor intensive, filled with love.
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1. Ascorbyl Palmitate is an antioxidant, Ascorbyl Palmitate is one of the most stable forms of vitamin C, oil soluble, and non-acid, it is much more stable than the water-soluble form of vitamin C, L- ascorbic acid.
-Antioxidants, Anna Wypych, George Wypych, in Databook of Antioxidants, 2020

2. It is an amphipathic molecule, meaning one end is water-soluble and the other end is fat-soluble. This dual solubility allows it to be incorporated into cell membranes. When incorporated into the cell membranes of human red blood cells, ascorbyl palmitate has been found to protect them from oxidative damage and to protect α-tocopherol (a fat-soluble antioxidant) from oxidation by free radicals

-Cort, W.M. Antioxidant activity of tocopherols, ascorbyl palmitate, and ascorbic acid and their mode of action. Journal of the American Oil Chemists’ Society. 1974; volume 51: pages 321-325.

3. 4.4.1 Ascorbyl Palmitate

Ascorbyl Palmitate is a highly bio available, fat-soluble form of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and possesses all the properties of native water-soluble counterpart, that is vitamin C. It is a potent antioxidant in protecting lipids from peroxidation and is a free radical scavenger.

-What nano-crystals can offer to cosmetic and dermal formulations, Ranjita Shegokar, in Nano biomaterials in Galenic Formulations and Cosmetics, 2016

4. Antioxidants are responsible for the chain-breaking of radical scavengers and for inhibiting the oxidation reaction; by these mechanisms, antioxidants can prevent oxidative damage [56, 57]. In cosmetic preparations, antioxidants have two functions, that is, as the active ingredients and as protectors of other ingredients against oxidation.

The stability of ascorbyl palmitate and vitamins K and A in cosmetics can be enhanced by using lipid nano carriers. Phytosomes of green tea and grape seed can improve their free radical scavenging and UV protection activity.

-Natural Antioxidants in Cosmetics, Idha Kusumawati, Gunawan Indrayanto, in Studies in Natural Products Chemistry, 2013


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