Bliss Bright Idea Vitamin C Serum for Face Brightens Skin Diminishes Dark Spots and Visibly Firms Clean Paraben Free Cruelty-Free Vegan 30 ml
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Instead of using pure vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid), Bliss uses 3-O-Ethyl Ascorbic Acid in their skincare products because it has better stability. It’s in Bliss Bright Idea Vitamin C + Tri-Peptide Moisturizer.
As for the ingredients that the brand does use in their products, we noticed that each Bliss skincare product contains a unique mix of key ingredients. With that being said, there are a few ingredients that show up in several products throughout the collection, and those include vitamin C, peptides, and glycolic acid.
Spa-strength formula – with 10% glycolic acid – inspired by thousands of Bliss Spa facial peels performed by the brand’s skin experts Why We Love It: Hyper Skin is a brand “hyper-focused on treating the needs of people of color,” says founder Desiree Verdejo. The line’s debut product, Hyper Clear, helps to heal hyperpigmentation while simultaneously enhancing glow with its supercharged blend. The formula includes a high concentration of niacinamide, a multi-tasking ingredient that is proven to reduce inflammation, dryness, blotchiness, hyperpigmentation, acne, and wrinkling
One key ingredient in this mask is watermelon fruit extract, an antioxidant-rich fruit extract the replenishes vitamins and minerals as it improves the moisture barrier to help prevent dehydration and water loss How to Apply: According to Sunday Riley, apply two pumps of this serum to the entire face each morning. Why We Love It: Dark spots, uneven skin tone, texture, and fine lines don’t stand a chance against Tatcha’s brightening serum. Through a blend of 20% stabilized vitamin C, Japanese Beautyberry, 10% fruit-derived AHAs, and Japanese Angelica root, this elixir protects against free radicals and combats hyperpigmentation to reveal a radiantly glowing complexion.Why We Love It: “This serum brightens skin complexion and prevents the breakdown of collagen and elastin fibers in skin, which keeps wrinkles and fine lines at bay,” says Dr. Adeline Kikam. “I also love that it has phytic acid as well to fight hyperpigmentation which brown skin like mine is very prone to. I love using it as part of my melasma treatment plan, and patients love it because they see results.”