I use the Bulkactives recipe tweaked a little bit...I leave out the hyaluronic acid and the d-panthenol (too sticky). I like it for now, until I get brave enough to tackle the Immort.org one! Thanks for posting it - I may get ambitious!
I`m new here. And I was wondering if someone can tell me if it is effective to apply cremes with vitamins? Are vitamins molecules small enough to penetrate the skin? Because after reading here awhile, I learned that collagen molecule is too large to penetrate the skin and should be taken orally.
Also I have a question, if some cremes do work, can you tell me which ones?
And the last one: how much drinking water helps my skin condition?
Drinking water helps to keep the kidneys working and this helps the skin work better!
Creams with vitamins? Who knows. I like to keep the C and E in a serum by themselves for better absorption. Here's an article that might help you form an opinion about which active ingredients you want to use:
Hi fawnie do you think it be alright if i add bout a 1/4 teaspoon of the viterol a to me vit c serum, i have the rest of the ingrendients needed for the ferulic vit c serum? I looked breifly before on the american websites but could not see any ferulic on there, so just wondering if i can use the viterol instead!
Mika i add vitamins to the cream that i made up at home a little while ago, as long as these are suitable for diy use, then as far as im aware they can be a good antioxident for the skin!
Personally though id use extra vitamins for the skin as a seperate thing, after you have used your vit c serum!
As long as you use what is correct for your skin type then you should not have a problem with this, if you google around a bit though you will prob get some good info on the net bout vitamins in skin care products too!