How I got to Cejuvenation
Have you ever splurged on an expensive Vitamin C serum but notice it has a strange orange color and realize (after a few weeks) it does nothing for your skin?
I have and that’s why I created Cejuvenation.
And in my case, the Ascorbic Acid in my pricey Vitamin C serum turned orange because it had oxidized and oxidized Ascorbic Acid becomes useless and potentially bad for your skin.
But here's the thing.
If I was a chemist, I would have known Ascorbic Acid is an unstable form of Vitamin C that can oxidize rapidly when exposed to light and air. I would have also known that there are stable forms of Vitamin C, like Ethyl Ascorbic Acid.
So, instead of getting upset, I read hundreds of Vitamin C research papers, learned about formulation chemistry and talked with dermatologists. Three years later, I created Cejuvenation with Ethyl Ascorbic Acid, a stable and gentle form of Vitamin C.
I hope you like Cejuvenation as much as I do.
Robin Cole, Owner/Formulator