Vitabrid C12, vitamin C on crack, is a special 12hr time-released powder, developed by Dr. Jinjo Choy, which is to be mixed into water or toner and applied to the face. It retails for $58. But what’s it do? Vitamin C is a common ingredient in serums, BB and CC creams, and products meant to target dark spots, uneven skin tone, and brighten the skin. The thought process here is that you will be delivering vitamin c throughout the day, giving more drastic results (Kim 2017).
Speaking of drastic results, I use Peter Thomas Roth’s Camu Camu line, which claims to have thirty times the amount of vitamin c and ranges from $45-85 (see my favorites below). These products worked so much more quickly than drugstore products like Garnier’s to reduce uneven skin-tone, diminishing the appearance of dark spots and acne marks to the point I no longer felt I needed to wear makeup on a daily basis. If you’re looking for more affordable options, try Garnier’s Dark Spot Corrector ($10-16) or Jason’s Super-C Toner $8.38 (Amazon), which I love simply because it comes in a spray bottle- I use it all over my body.
Below are my favorite products from the Peter Thomas Roth’s Camu Camu line collection:
*I am not paid by anyone or sponsored- ever- but these are affiliate links and I honestly use and recommend these products. If I ever have a sponsored post I will tell you.