Vitamin C Skin & Wellness
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Benefits of Vitamin C - Skin & Hair Health

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is essential for the growth, development,

and repair of all body tissues.

 

It is involved in many body functions, including formation of collagen, absorption

of iron, the immune system, wound healing, and the maintenance of cartilage,

bones, and teeth.

Vitamin C is also vital to your body's healing process.

An antioxidant, vitamin C might help protect your cells against the effects of

free radicals — molecules produced when your body breaks down food or is

exposed to tobacco smoke, radiation or pollutants. 

Free radicals might play a role in heart disease, cancer, and other diseases.

When people are deficient in Vitamin C, they may lack in energy, their skin

may be dry and they may not heal very well.

- Collagen boosting

- Increased sun protection

- Faster hair growth

Vitamin C Boosters may also help to improve general wellbeing, such as lethargy/tiredness.

Free radicals can damage hair, making it more brittle and increasing likelihood of split ends. Vitamin C can help protect the hair, making it more stronger and grow quicker.

Vitamin C can induce skin cell repair, and natural collagen production triggers the process of skin lightening and controls the overproduction of melanin pigments, therefore Vitamin C injections may help to reduce the appearance of pigmentation.

Antioxidant properties in Vitamin C can help protect your skin from sun damage (UV radiation), by fighting off the harmful free radicals. Lack of vitamin C can leave you with a reduced ability to fight off the UV rays naturally.

Once skin is damaged by the sun, it is difficult to reduce the effects, therefore methods to protect yourself from the sun are important - eg. SPF, Vitamin C.

Collagen boosting - collagen is responsible for the elasticity of your skin, helping keep skin looking and feeling young and fresh. 70% of all the protein found in our skin is collagen.

Vitamin C Boosters may also help improve teeth and gum health. 

Signs of Vitamin C Deficiency

- Rough, dry and scaly skin

- Dry and splitting hair

- Easy to bruise

- Lack of energy and tiredness

- Bleeding - especially gums

- Slow wound healing

- General body weakness

- Swollen and painful joints

Contraindications to a treatment

- Allergy to ascorbic acid or benzyl-alcohol

- Pregnancy

- Breastfeeding

- Liver or kidney impairment

£55 - approx. 20 min appointment