If there's one product that dermatologists never stop recommending, it's the SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic serum. It's great because it's rich in antioxidants that help protect and nourish your skin. But, it comes with a steep $169 price tag. If that's out of your budget, Marisa Garshick, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in New York City, has the perfect $30 alternative— the Maelove Glow Maker.
"This affordable and easy-to-use, lightweight vitamin C is oil-free and uses key ingredients including vitamin C, vitamin E, and ferulic acid to deliver antioxidant benefits, helping to protect the skin from free radical damage, in addition to hyaluronic acid which works to hydrate the skin," says Dr. Garshick. "This combination leaves the skin looking brighter, more hydrated, and healthier."
Vitamin C is the star ingredient of the Maelove Glow Maker. It's a potent antioxidant that derms love for its protective powers. It pairs beautifully with vitamin E, as the two work synergistically while helping to moisturize. Ferulic acid really makes this formula shine. It enhances the benefits of vitamin C and E while improving the stability of the formulation. This added stability is great, as vitamin C is a notoriously hard-to-stabilize ingredient. It also includes a blend of botanicals like vitis vinifera, aloe, aurantium dulcis, and magnolia for added nourishment.
In addition to protecting the skin, this serum also helps to prevent premature signs of aging. "By helping to protect the skin against free radical damage, it can help reduce signs of skin aging including fine lines, wrinkles, discoloration, brown spots, and more," says Dr. Garshick.
This serum is the perfect addition to your morning routine, providing environmental protection while your SPF provides ultra-violet protection. Add it to your cart ASAP.
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