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Wed Jan 30, 2008 10:16 pm      Reply with quote
I need help choosing a vitamin antioxidant serum. I have been looking at Kate Somervilles but don't know if it is the right choice or if I am overlooking something else. I can't use pure vita C serums.

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Thu Jan 31, 2008 7:06 am      Reply with quote
I have been trying a sample of IS Clinical's Poly-Vitmain serum and like how it feels going on. I haven't used it long enough to gauge its effectiveness but it seems like a nice product although pretty pricey.

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Thu Jan 31, 2008 10:20 am      Reply with quote
Aside from buying anti-oxidant creams, you may try as well to eat lots of blueberries, or any type of vitamin C, they are rich in anti-oxidant ingredients....
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I need help choosing a vitamin antioxidant serum. I have been looking at Kate Somervilles but don't know if it is the right choice or if I am overlooking something else. I can't use pure vita C serums.
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jade-1234 wrote:
Aside from buying anti-oxidant creams, you may try as well to eat lots of blueberries, or any type of vitamin C, they are rich in anti-oxidant ingredients....
Cheers.

bugaboo wrote:
I need help choosing a vitamin antioxidant serum. I have been looking at Kate Somervilles but don't know if it is the right choice or if I am overlooking something else. I can't use pure vita C serums.
I already take 5000mg of Vita C a day and always eat a bag of organic raisins, dates or fresh raspberries, apples. I am on a strict diet of high protein and minimal complex carbs. I just want a antioixidant vita C serum for my skin.

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Thu Jan 31, 2008 3:38 pm      Reply with quote
How about PSF's Berry Beneficial Serum? I tried a sample of it and quite liked its texture. Since I use a C serum, I didn't order a full sized one, but if I couldn't use C serum, I'd have bought it.
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when i first read about antioxidants, i purchased some camellia oil from a local soap-maker. i wasn't sure if it was organic, so i stopped using it. it did smooth out my skin somewhat, but nothing to write home about. i recently purchased Jamieson labs 30 000 UI ultra rich moisture cream.. and boy did that brighten up my skin! i massaged a gumball-sized amount of cream onto my face each night and woke up with baby-smooth skin! after examining several articles regarding toxic cosmetic ingredients, however, i stopped using it. i instead purchased jason naturals 25000 UI cream... and have yet to determine the appropriate amount to put on my skin. vitamin e is a very potent antioxidant. derma e also has some affordable antioxidant products. you don't need to look for "antioxidant" in the product name. vitamins e and c, white tea, green tea, strawberry extract, etc. are all great antioxidants. instead of falling for a marketing ploy, do some research and you'll find that many existing products contain antioxidants, they just don't market them as such!
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Sat Feb 09, 2008 5:37 am      Reply with quote
Can you use juice beauty green apple antioxidant moisturizer or green tea antioxidant serum?
Other than vit c serum,I'm interested in clarin's skin care and md formulations.
You may take orange or some fruit also.
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Sat Feb 09, 2008 3:21 pm      Reply with quote
The best antioxidant serum I have used is Skinceuticals C E Ferulic. It makes hyperpigmentation from past sun exposure disappear. I use it every morning before applying moisturizer and it also gives added sunscreen protection.
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