Super Vitamin C Brightening Set For Dullness and Uneven Texture
The antioxidant power of Vitamin C makes it one of the most essential skincare ingredients. It rejuvenates the skin, making it appear more youthful while reducing signs of aging such as uneven tone, discoloration, and fine lines and wrinkles. Vitamin C also helps guard your skin against the damage that can be caused by the sun’s UV rays. By promoting collagen health, Vitamin C for skin is transformative, creating a complexion that looks bright and vibrant.
- For dull, tired, grumpy skin
- Energizing and hydrating
- Enhances natural radiance
1x Vitamin C Facial cleanser-120g
Soothes and purifies for super clean, fresh and bright skin.
1x Neutriherbs Vitamin C Skin Toner-100ml
Cleanses and softens skin, visibly refines skin and tightens pores for enhanced clarity.
1x Neutriherbs Vitamin C Serum-30ml
Combines the high-strength (20%) Vitamin C and Hyaluronic Acid, instantly leaves a brighter, more radiant skin.
1x Neutriherbs Vitamin C Eye Cream-20g
Deeply moisturizes the delicate skin around the eyes while helping brighten and smooth to make the eye area even more radiant.
1x Neutriherbs Vitamin C Cream-50g
Protects your skin from damaging free radicals and stimulates collagen production, helps to brighten and hydrate the skin.
Non-comedogenic. Non-irritating, Non-sensitizing. Cruelty-free.
STEP 1: PURIFY
Begin with wet hands and face. Pour appropriate cleanser into hands and rub together to create a creamy foam. Gently massage onto face for 15 seconds, avoiding the eye area. Rinse.
STEP 2: SOFTEN
Saturate a cotton pad with the Toner and sweep across face and neck(avoiding the eye area)
STEP 3: NOURISH
Take two droppers of The Serum into your hand, put your palms together and press gently into the skin on your face and neck.
STEP 4: HYDRATE EYES
After pressing and squeezing out the eye cream, gently massage around the eyes with the triple-bead applicator until absorbed.
STEP 5: MOISTURE
Gently massage a pearl-sized amount of The Cream onto face and neck in upward strokes.