Ever purchased a skincare product that is supposed to be amazing, only to find it doesn’t look the way you think it should and does absolutely nothing for your skin?
I have and that’s why I created Cejuvenation.
And in my case, the Ascorbic Acid in my Vitamin C skin serum had oxidized.
Put simply, Ascorbic Acid is a form of Vitamin C that oxidizes when exposed to light and air. Once oxidized, Ascorbic Acid turns orange and becomes useless or even bad for your skin. Ascorbic Acid’s high acidity can also cause redness and skin irritation.
The experience left me with 'skincare shopping anxiety' because I don’t have a degree in chemistry. Also made me wonder how many other skincare products I would avoid if I did have a degree in chemistry.
And while I didn’t get a chemistry degree, I did get seriously involved with formulation chemistry.
I learned that Ethyl Ascorbic Acid is a form of Vitamin C that resists oxidation and is gentle to the skin.
So I created Cejuvenation with Ethyl Ascorbic Acid, a stable and gentle form of Vitamin C.
And I hope you like Cejuvenation as much as I do.
Robin K. Cole, Owner of Cejuvenation LLC