Today, my darlings, I tell you my opinion about the Sesderma Vit C serum, a product that I have seen among the most recommended for vitamin C.
You know that I am a fan of vitamin C (or ascorbic acid), since it is an essential ingredient to take care of the skin from the 30s.
I loved trying the Vitamin C serum at La Roche Posay, but beyond that I wanted to try other similar products. And of course tell you about it in this blog, as always. And I decided on this one because it looked like one of the most popular vitamin C serums on the internet.
Sesderma Vit C Liposomal Serum, what is it for?
- Product type: Serum
- Main ingredients: vitamin C
- Objectives: Antioxidant, moisturizing, anti-wrinkle and brightening.
- Skin type: All skin types (dry, combination, oily), first signs of aging. Compatible with acneic skin.
What percentage of vitamin C does Sesderma serum have?
I was very interested to know what proportion of vitamin C the serum actually contained, because for me it makes the difference between one product and another. And I find it easier when it comes to comparing.
However, I have seen that Sesderma does not report the concentration of the active ingredients that liposomes.
However, it must be borne in mind that the fact that it is a liposomal product means that the amount of active that is able to cross the dermal barrier is higher than that of other products that are not. For this reason, whatever the exact percentage (which the brand does not disclose), the amount of active ingredient acting on the skin is greater.
In any case, in order to appreciate its cosmetic benefits, the composition of Pure Vitamin C of a cosmetic product should be between 10% and 20%.
How to apply Sesderma c-vit serum?
First, we wash the face as usual. We apply the eye contour we prefer. Next, we use the Vit C Liposomal Serum.
This serum is indicated for day and night use. In fact, this is recommended by Sesderma (and this is how I do it, I use it day and night). If you use it during the day, it is very important to apply sunscreen afterwards.
With the serum we must always avoid the eye contour area, since this area of the skin is more delicate, and can react to products formulated for the rest of the face, which are somewhat stronger.
After applying the serum, you should use your usual moisturizer. If it does not contain SPF, you will need to apply an SPF product on top. And really, even if it’s not because of the vitamin C serum, you should apply SPF after the moisturizer every day, at any time of the year.
How long does Sesderma vitamin C last?
This product lasts 12 months once it is first opened.
Price and place of sale
The vit C is sold out in many stores. Then I leave the link to the product in the main stores so you can check the price.
Effects of Sesderma vitamin C serum on combination skin.
As I always say, I think it is important to value each product in relation to the type of skin we have. Right now I have combination skin, so if you have dry or oily skin, you must take it into account to calculate how it will act on your face.
For starters, this serum doesn’t dry out the skin, as other vitamin C serums can. It doesn’t add a greasy feeling to me either.
As for the effect of the product itself, I have not noticed much change in the area of expression wrinkles. The main benefit of this Sesderma serum, for me, is to add luminosity to the face. I notice the skin more pink (less “gray”), more luminous and like with more volume.
What is the best Vitamin C serum?
For me, between this serum and the serum with Vitamin C from La Roche Posay, the one from the Roche Posay wins. This one from Sesderma doesn’t seem bad to me either, and for some people it’s wonderful, but for me, I don’t see it having those powerful results like the Roche Posay.
Other products in the C Vit range:
C-VIT moisturizing face cream
C-VIT Sesderma gel cream
C Vit Sesderma Eye Contour
Mist Booster Illuminator by Sesderma
I hope that my opinion about the Sesderma Vit C serum has served you if you are thinking of buying the product. See you here very soon, or on social media: