Vitamin c

Fleur & Bee Nectar of the C Vitamin C serum review

This vitamin C serum includes ferulic acid and vitamin E—making for the same power trio included in the famous SkinCeuticals product.

Today is the first day in a long time that I’ve felt like NYC has solidly escaped winter’s clutches. It’s finally, actually, totally springtime, yay! So it feels appropriate that I’ve been using a product with a very “spring”-like name: Nectar of the C Vitamin C serum. This was one of three products gifted to me by the newly launched skin care brand, Fleur & Bee. I know some people aren’t a fan of cutesy product names, but I don’t mind them so…

Kose Clear Turn White Vitamin C Face Mask Review

This Japanese sheet mask is fragrance-free (yay!) and is formulated with a stabilized form of vitamin C, as well as horsetail extract.

Sheet masks are one of my favorite souvenirs to buy when I’m traveling, since they don’t count as liquids—and they’re easy to stuff into my already-too-full carryon luggage. I bought quite a few sheet masks during my trip to Japan last fall. I can’t read Japanese, so while I was there, I looked for products that displayed a “No. 1” symbol, since I assumed that they indicated that the product was popular. One such product was a 5-pack of Kose Clear Turn White…

SkinCeuticals Vitamin C dupe comparison: Dr. Brenner vs. Timeless

I asked my dad which dupe looks more appealing (based on the ingredients alone). Read on to C what he had to say.

When a product is as expensive as SkinCeuticals Vitamin C serum, there are always going to be duplicates waiting in the wings, waiting for you to try them. The tricky thing is finding out which dupe is actually worth your money—the last thing you want to do is spend money on a bunch of duplicates that don’t work. You might even end up spending as much as the real thing would have cost in the first place.