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Episode 19: Why Everyone Needs a Vitamin C Skincare Product

Most Americans are deficient in Vitamin-C according to new research. Yet it’s the one skin care ingredient dermatologists, cosmetic chemists and beauty editors all agree on. That’s because the potent antioxidant is considered a powerhouse ingredient as it tackles fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and makes the skin glow. It’s also critical in the production of skin's collagen.

Not all Vitamin-C products are created equal and that's where the Vitamin-C game changer Ron Robinson enters this conversation. He created a shelf-stable, full strength Vitamin-C skin care product that delivers results from first application to the last. 

Ron is a veteran cosmetic chemist with over 20 years experience in creating innovative, big-selling beauty products for leading beauty brands including Clinique, Estee Lauder, La Mer, Revlon, Avon, and Lancome. Ron started his own beauty brand, BeautyStat Cosmetics in 2019 and is known for its award-winning vitamin C serum, Universal C Skin Refiner.


In this episode, you’ll learn
  • Why everyone should use a topical Vitamin-C product
  • The many skin care benefits of Vitamin-C
  • Science behind the power of Vitamin-C
  • The biggest skin care myth around chemical based products
  • Why clean skin care products are not always better
  • Super hydrating powers of squalane  
  • Which essential oils are worth buying and using
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BeautyStat wants to make their best-selling, viral TikTok, vitamin C serum availabe to all Americans by launching a deluxe trial-size of their award-winning, best-selling Vitamin-C serum, BeautyStat Universal C Skin Refiner at a special price of just $25.00.


Available nation-wide at ULTA Beauty as well as Ulta.com.

Learn More: @beautystat

Follow: @BeautyStat

Follow Ron: @RonRobinsonCosmeticChemist

 

Connect with Christine on Instagram @christinebullock 

Text Christine questions at 1-310-361-8697

 

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