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✅ Targeted Treatment
⭐ Vitamin C (THD Ascorbate)
👍 High Strength
Skincare enthusiasts should be no stranger to capsules (or ampoules in K-Beauty circles). Each individually sealed capsule keeps its contents protected from oxidation, such as air, light, or heat.
This is significant in the context of keeping a vitamin C serum "fresh" to maintain its potency.
Here, the Elizabeth Arden Vitamin C Ceramide Capsules offer the dual benefits of encapsulated vitamin C along with hydrating ceramides:
Overall, this product is a lightweight dry oil, as it's mainly a vitamin C ester (oil) mixed with various ceramides (fats), along with additional boosters like Clary Sage, Vitamin E, and other Emollient Oils.
This makes it well-suited for those with dry & aging skin as the oil will help nourish your skin barrier while reducing dark spots and uneven tone. Those with normal to oily skin may find this product too heavy or greasy and should stick with a water-based serum like SkinCeuticals Serum 10 AOX+.
In terms of results, these capsules have gained a lot of positive feedback, including:
On the other hand, common complaints tended to focus on:
My Verdict: If you're looking for a different way to experience vitamin C in your skincare routine, try adding a high potency capsule like the Elizabeth Arden Vitamin C Ceramide Capsules. This lightweight dry oil can help brighten uneven tone, reduce signs of aging, and boost hydration.Shop Now