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Indur iCorrect Vita-C Brightening
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Indur iCorrect Vita-C Brightening
1.7 fl oz | 60 Day Supply
Vitamin C infused moisturizer works to protect skin and fights to reverse the signs of aging. iCorrect Vita-C brightens and evens skin tone by soothing and diminishing redness and inflammation while restoring collagen to smooth and tighten skin. Suitable for sensitive skin. More Details
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This Is Great For:

  • Anyone exposed to UVA, UVB and infrared radiation (IRA)
  • People exposed to signficant ozone pollution
  • Use in an anti-aging treatment
  • Firming and tightening skin
  • Anyone looking to brighten their complexion
  • Treating sun damanged skin
  • Normal, dry, and sensitive skin types
  • Increasing collagen production
  • Correcting blemish marks caused by acne

Product Info

Product Overview:

iCorrect Vita-C Brightening is a powerful anti-aging treatment containing a potent blend of 5 types of self-stabilized, bioavailable vitamin C 10%. This rich cream nourishes, hydrates, and protects skin at the cellular level to promote collagen production while preventing and reversing signs of aging. iCorrect Vita-C Brightening delivers Vitamin C four times more effectively than ascorbic acid formulas with more noticeable results yet suitable for sensitive skin. With the help of natural lemon and orange botanicals rich in vitamin C, iCorrect Vita-C Brightening reduces wrinkles and facial spots/pigmentation in a gentle, aromatic process. Protects your skin from sun damage while brightening and firming your skin to create a healthy, radiant glow.
It Will Help You:
Hydrate Skin
Prevent & Reduce Wrinkles
Even Skin Tone
Correct Sun Damage
Brighten Complexion
Control Acne
Clinical Studies Show

Ingredients

Key Ingredients
Vitamin C 10%* (Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, Ascorbyl Glucoside, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Ascorbyl Palmitate), Vitamin E, Lemon Fruit Extract, Orange Fruit Extract, Allantoin, Bisabololp
Inactive Ingredients
Water, Glycerin, Isopropyl Palmitate, Caprylic/Capric Triglycerdie, Glycol Distearate, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearic Acid, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, Lecithin, Ascorbyl Glucoside, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Tocopherol, Dimethicone, Sorbitan Stearate, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Fruit Extract, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Fruit Extract, Allantoin, Bisabolol,Ethylhexylglycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Titanium Dioxide, BHT, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, Tetrasodium EDTA, Fragrance

Suggested Usage

Normal Skin
Oily Skin
Dry Skin
Sensitive Skin
Instructions
Apply evenly over face and neck avoiding eye area. Allow to absorb before applying additional products. Can be used twice daily or as directed by physician.
Use at Night
1 to 2 Pumps
After Cleansing Face
Expert advice
Use Vitamin C and Get Results

    While this product can be used in the daytime, we recommend that you use this at night and instead use a moisturizer that includes SPF during the daytime.

    This product is great to use on nights that you don't use a retinol product. Do not apply vitamin C and retinol products at the same time as this can cause unnecessary irritation.

    Vitamin C is one of the most effective ingredients you can use on your face however some people can experience slight irritation and redness when initially using it on their skin. Once Vitamin C is absorbed in the skin, it remains for approximately 72 hours meaning any redness might last a few days. We recommend giving the skin a few weeks to adjust and would recommend using it every other day until you access your tolerance.

    Vitamin C is great for people with blemish marks caused by acne. Consistent use of this product will improve the appearance of these red marks.

How It Works


Vitamin C is a naturally occurring antioxidant that our bodies cannot produce on its own. Bioavailability of vitamin C in the skin is inadequate when it is administered orally (e.g. supplement or diet). Vitamin C is important for the maintenance of healthy skin because of its role as a water-soluble free radical scavenger and an essential cofactor for collagen synthesis.Vitamin C protects the skin from oxidative stress, such as UV rays, by donating electrons to neutralize the free radicals.



Long term vitamin C application has shown to significantly increase the production of facial collagen. Vitamin C contains anti-inflammatory properties, making it an effective treatment in skin conditions like acne vulgaris and rosacea with benefit to skin complexion.



iCorrect Vita-C Brightening contains five different forms of vitamin for optimal delivery and action. This includes sodium ascorbyl phosphate and magnesium ascorbyl phosphate, stable precursors of vitamin C that ensure a constant delivery of vitamin C and its antioxidant effects into the skin. Another form of vitamin C in this formula, tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate, has shown to improve skin hydration and promote collagen formation with clinically visible and statistically significant improvements in facial wrinkles. Ascorbyl glucoside has demonstrated reduction in facial hyperpigmentation spots while topical ascorbyl palmitate effectively reduces free radical formation and enhances the absorption of vitamin C into the skin.



Vitamin E provides protection against UV-induced skin damage through a combination of antioxidant and UV absorptive properties. A major lipid soluble antioxidant naturally occurring in skin, vitamin E is also acknowledged for its wound healing and skin repair properties that can improve the cosmetic outcomes of sun damage. Vitamin E also contains anti-inflammatory properties and, like vitamin C, topical application has shown effectiveness in the treatment of inflammatory dermatoses, acne, and pigmentation disorders. Following topical application, vitamin E contributes to antioxidant defenses as it circulates in the cell membranes and extracellular lipid matrix of the stratum corneum (outer layer of the skin). Topical alpha-tocopherol (vitamin E) is resistant to oxidation (breakdown) for optimal bioavailability and skin layer penetration.



Reactive oxygen species can negatively impact the biosynthesis of collagen and glycosaminoglycans in skin. Vitamin E can combat the oxidative stress to protect collagen and glycosaminoglycan levels. The combination of vitamin C with vitamin E results in synergy, particularly with UV protection. Vitamin C regenerates oxidized vitamin E and both inhibit acute UV damage from sunburn and tanning as well as chronic exposure to UV radiation associated with sun-induced skin aging and skin cancer.



Allantoin is commonly used in moisturizers as a humectant offering superior hydration for dry skin. Literature has also demonstrated anti-irritant properties of allantoin.



Bisabolol, (-)-α-bisabolol, is an important phytochemical in chamomile that contributes to its soothing and anti-inflammatory properties that may extend to treating and preventing skin irritation.



What Research is Saying:


Dermatological research has deemed vitamin C to have an optimal safety profile and an effective means of treating photoaging, hyperpigmentation, and tissue inflammation while promoting tissue healing. [1] One study found three months of topical vitamin C to significantly improve photodamaged facial skin 84.2% better than control. Subjects demonstrated statistically significant improvements in fine lines and coarse wrinkles, tactile roughness, skin laxity/tone, skin yellowing, and overall features. [2]



Additional research has shown twelve weeks of topical vitamin C, including tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate, to improve skin hydration and promote collagen formation with clinically visible and statistically significant improvements in facial wrinkles. Improved skin hydration was reflected by decreased photoaged scores of the cheeks, peri-oral area, and peri-orbital area. [3]



Research has shown sodium ascorbyl phosphate to have a strong antimicrobial effect. Long term application of sodium ascorbyl phosphate has shown to safely and effectively treat and prevent acne vulgaris when administered alone and with other ingredients. The efficacy of sodium ascorbyl phosphate ranked as excellent at 76.9%, which is a superior rating compared to widely prescribed acne treatments. [4]



Ascorbyl glucoside has demonstrated contributory effects on the reduction of facial hyperpigmentation spots as a primary skin-lightening agent. [5] Additional research has demonstrated ascorbyl glucoside to treat melasma and postinflammatory hyperpigmentation. [6]



One study found ascorbyl palmitate was able to cross biological barriers and satisfied the tissue demand for ascorbate compared to ascorbic acid alone. This suggests a greater delivery of vitamin C into the tissues when accompanied by ascorbyl palmitate for greater bioactivity. [7] Research has also observed topical ascorbyl palmitate to effectively decrease the level of formation of free radicals. [8]



Research has illustrated the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of vitamin E and, like vitamin C, its topical application has shown effectiveness in the treatment of inflammatory dermatoses, acne, pigmentation disorders, wound healing. [9] Reactive oxygen species can negatively impact the biosynthesis of collagen and glycosaminoglycans in skin. Vitamin E can combat the oxidative stress to protect collagen and glycosaminoglycan levels for anti-aging benefit. [10]



Research has demonstrated the synergy of vitamins C and E to protect the skin from UV radiation as vitamin C regenerates oxidized vitamin E and both inhibit acute UV damage of sunburn and tanning as well as chronic UV photoaging and skin cancer. [11]



Research has shown 1% of alpha-tocopherol, in combination with vitamin C, enhances the skin’s UV protection. The combination of these two low molecular weight antioxidants provides a synergistic protection against oxidative stress in skin, optimizing protection against sun-induced aging and skin cancer. [12] Additional studies have demonstrated the effective synergy of vitamin C with vitamin E to provide noteworthy protection from oxidative stress associated with sun damage and UV radiation. [13][14][15][16]



Allantoin is commonly used in moisturizers as a humectant, offering hydration for dry skin. In addition to promoting skin hydration, allantoin is also recognized for treating skin irritation. [17][18]



At the cellular level, bisabolol has demonstrated downregulation of the gene expression of nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) and cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2). These findings represent the anti-inflammatory effects of bisabolol that may extend to the protection and treatment against photodamage and acne. [19] Consistent application of bisabolol for eight weeks resulted in significant a lightening effect in subjects with pigmented skin. [20]




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