What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Vitamin C Serum for Face – L Ascorbic Acid – Brooklyn Botany – Professional and Advanced Skincare – 5X Powerful Anti Aging Serum, Fight Age Spots, Acne, Dark Circles, Fine Lines and Wrinkles, 1 oz?

A total of 2 reviews of this product on Reddit.

1 point

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1st Jan 2019

Looking on Amazon, don’t live in the US, so Amazon is my best bet at this point.

Have seen this one which has Ascorbic Acid and a claimed PH of 3.5:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01GF8O1NW/ref=ox_sc_act_title_3?smid=AZAQVVBME8J2S&psc=1

Thoughts?

1 point

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11th Oct 2018

I’ve decided to get more serious in trying to combat by PIH and need some help in formulating a new skincare routine. I usually do my routine every 2 days after I shower and am treating PIH primarily on my chest, back and shoulders. Whatever I plan on using on my face I was also planning on using there too.

My main problem is trying to figure out when to apply a Brooklyn Botany Vitiman C Serum, TO Niacinamide, and Rosehip Oil. My theorized routine is as follows:

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CeraVe SA Body Wash

Eucerin In-Shower Body Lotion

Alpha Skin Care Body Lotion, 12% Glycolic AHA

To Ordinary Arbutin

CeraVa Moisturizing Cream (for face, back, shoulder and chest)

Some other generic lotion for everywhere else

Sunscreen

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Where should I fit the Serum, Niacinamide and Rosehip Oil, and why? I’ve been reading that the Serum could come after AHA, but it interferes with Niacinamide, which I have no idea where that would go and why it interferes. I also read that the Rosehip Oil can be mixed with my Moisturizing Cream; just add a few drops.

edit and addition – My current routine is a simple body wash, Alpha Skin Care AHA 10% and some Hydroquinone cream (both on face, shoulder, back and chest), Moisturize then Aloe Vera. My skin type is also pretty normal, it didn’t break out or anything when I first ever introduced the AHA, and with age my skin has seemed to become stable; I don’t break out very often anymore, just recovering.