Glow Brightening Serum with Vitamin C

Brightens Skin & Evens Skin Tone
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Radiant, glowing skin with 100% guaranteed results with India’s first 20% Vitamin C serum

  • Brighten your skin’s complexion
  • A glow-boosting serum to reduce sun damage and dark spots
  • Fights against free radical damage
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  • Brightens Complexion
  • Fight Sign Of Aging
  • Deep Hydration
  • Prevents Fine Lines & Wrinkles
  • Refresh's 20% Vitamin C face serum is a legendary product that can be included in everyone's skincare routine!
  • Formulated with a combination of hyaluronic acid and Retinoid and Vitamin C, this serum helps brighten the skin's complexion while fighting to reduce the signs of aging.
  • Vitamin C combined with the goodness of Vitamin E for extra glow and Vitamin A extract for its inflammatory properties makes it the perfect blend for dewy, bright, and younger-looking skin.
  • Free from (i) Essential mineral oils (ii) Sulphates (iii) Parabens and (iv) Dyes. All our products are made to be hypoallergenic and are safe on the skin!
  • Vitamin C as Face Serum is a powerhouse ingredient that aids the formation of collagen, which results in firmer and youthful-looking skin.
Aqua, Vitamin C (3-O-Ethyl Ascorbic Acid), Propylene Glycol, Hyaluronic Acid, Retinol, Organic Aloe-vera Extract, Ferulic Acid, Jojoba Oil, Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Oats Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin.

Vitamin C
Skin’s Collagen Booster

Vitamin C or otherwise known as L-ascorbic acid is an essential cofactor for lysyl hydroxylase and prolyl hydroxylase, enzymes essential for collagen biosynthesis. In addition, L-ascorbic acid preferentially stimulates collagen synthesis in a manner which appears unrelated to the effect of L-ascorbic acid on hydroxylation reactions. This reaction is stereospecific and unrelated to intracellular degradation of collagen. The effect apparently occurs at a transcriptional or translational level, since L-ascorbic acid preferentially stimulates collagen-specific mRNA. In addition, it stimulates lysyl hydroxylase activity but inhibits prolyl hydroxylase activity in human skin fibroblasts in culture.

How It Works

In recent years it has become apparent that a signicant proportion of newly synthesized collagen is degraded before it ever gets out of the cell. Although the reasons for intracellular degradation are unknown, it has been theorized that the mechanism constitutes a quality control step for ridding the organism of defectively synthesized collagen. Since ascorbic acid serves as a cofactor for the hydroxylation of proline, an argument could be formulated that underhydroxylated collagen synthesized in the absence of ascorbic acid is defective and more likely to be degraded while still in the cell. The relative increase in collagen production seen in the presence of ascorbic acid could be a result of synthesis of fully hydroxylated collagen, which is less susceptible to intracellular degradation.

What The Studies Show

In order to understand the level of regulation of ascorbic acid on collagen synthesis, mRNA was isolated from ascorbate-stimulated and control cells. The mRNA was translated in a cell-free translation system and the resultant synthesized protein labeled with tritiated proline. Collagen and noncollagen protein were measured by digestion with highly purified bacterial collagenase. Studies show mRNA for noncollagen protein was unchanged whether or not ascorbic acid was present. mRNA specific for collagen, however, was stimulated twofold in the presence of ascorbic acid. The data demonstrate that collagen specific mRNA is stimulated in the presence of ascorbic acid, but whether or not this specific effect related to stimulated transcription, stability of mRNA, or mRNA processing is not distinguished in this experiment.

Study Results

The effect of ascorbic acid on collagen synthesis was studied in fibroblasts derived from normal persons of varying age. In all cells from ages fetal to adult, collagen synthesis was stimulated by ascorbic acid. Strikingly different results were demonstrated according to the age of the fibroblast donor, however. Fetal fibroblasts devoted 21.7 percent of their collagen synthesis to collagen production, which could be stimulated by ascorbic acid to 54.4 percent. In contrast, newborn cells and adult cells devoted correspondingly less of their protein synthesis to collagen production, but each could be stimulated appropriately. These results suggest that a differential threshold for relative collagen synthesis is set in fetal and newborn cells when compared to older cells.

Why Vitamin C
For Face Brightening?

Inhibits melanin production

Lighten hyperpigmentation

Boosts skin radiance

What does our Vitamin C Serum
Do to your skin?

What our serums don't do?

Transform you overnight

Our serums take a minimum of 84 days of religious usage before they can show noticeable differences. It's a serum, not a magic potion!

Side effects

New skincare products might cause rashes or infections. Our products are made with skin safe ingredients to avoid any side effects!

One for all

We have different serums to tackle different issues. Each one does their job and does it well. There is no one cure for all skincare issues.

How to use?


Category Refresh’s Vitamin C Serum Other serums






Harsh Alcohol Content

Harsh Alcohol Content

Harsh Alcohol Content

Contains Sulphates

Contains Sulphates

Contains Sulphates

Contains Parabens

Contains Parabens

Contains Parabens

After 30 Days

Improves the skin tone & texture

After 60 Days

Reduce signs of aging and protect against sun damage

After 90 Days

Brightens your skin complexion and hydrates your skin surface



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It is advisable to use our best Vitamin C serum in your AM and PM routine for best results. Consistent usage can give you quicker results and combat pigmentation caused due to sun damage.
Yes, Refresh’s Vitamin C contains Retinol. Retinol and Vitamins make an excellent combination for brighter and smoother skin. Vitamin C also aids in better absorption of Vitamin C.
Yes! It can be used after a profound exfoliating facial. The anti-inflammatory properties of Vitamin C can help soothe sensitive and dry skin.
Using this serum regularly will regularly help with skin discoloration, skin collagen production, UV protection and anti-aging benefits.
No, Refresh’s serums are not comedogenic and are safe to use for people of all skin types.

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