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The Benefits of Topical Vitamin C for Reversing Skin Aging #nutritionfactsorg #aging #antiaging

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  • @kardste8114 says:

    Can we just pour Orange juice all over our skin? 😎Mighty be a bit Sticky though. 🥴

    • @Jennifer-gr7hn says:

      maybe put into castor oil? I’ll try it! Smells great too! 🙂

    • @scienceislove2014 says:


    • @scienceislove2014 says:

      No! Orange juice is not just vitamin c… It has citric acid and a bunch of other acids.. so a big no… don’t do that .. it would irritate the hell out of your skin..
      Orange juice also has essential oil.. they’re bad..and will make your skin photo sensitive

    • @pinkiepinkster8395 says:

      Lemon juice on a cotton ball?

    • @Hongpongss says:

      Mix L-ascorbic acid with water, 1g per 10 ml.
      And dont make too much because it expires quickly. When it goes brown then it means it has expired.

      That is what I learned from the video @NutritionFactsOrg made about this.

  • @theplanthashira says:

    More skincare videos please Dr. Greger 😁

  • @yoniash says:

    There are products with over 20% of ascorbic acid – are they still good?

  • @erimcfadden3 says:

    Rub kiwi on your face daily

  • @crow22zero says:


    – politely, the skin care girlies

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