Hyaluronic Acid

Can I use Vitamin C and Hyaluronic Acid together for my skin?

Can I use Vitamin C and Hyaluronic Acid together for my skin?

Hyaluronic acid and vitamin C are both outstanding in their own right, but when combined, they may produce something even more amazing. 

When used separately, these two skincare ingredients can brighten and moisturise (respectively), but we at Tonik are frequently questioned if you can—or should—use them together in your skincare routine. Here’s our take.

What does Vitamin C do for your skin?

You almost certainly consume vitamin C on a daily basis. Vitamin C is found in a variety of foods, including oranges, tomatoes, and potatoes, as well as Brussels sprouts and bell peppers. 

Aside from being found in meals, it is essential for the development of collagen and elastin in the skin and is recognised to have anti-ageing properties. It can dramatically alleviate deep creases, wrinkles, uneven skin texture, and dullness as a skincare ingredient. 

Vitamin C is also an antioxidant, which means it may help improve the appearance of UV-induced damage. It can even inhibit some of the effects of free radicals, which are responsible for many of the outward signs of ageing over time.

What does Hyaluronic acid do for your skin?

Next, hyaluronic acid is another skincare ingredient that is well-known for its anti-ageing properties. 

It's present naturally in your skin, and one molecule of hyaluronic acid can hold 1,000 times its weight in water. Because it occurs naturally in your skin, it is very compatible with it, making it a hugely popular ingredient in skincare products for dry and older skin. 

Hyaluronic acid’s effects when applied topically include refilling skin to increase hydration, improving skin elasticity, rough texture, and firmness, and reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

Can I use Vitamin C and Hyaluronic Acid together for my skin?

Not all powerful skincare elements can be combined, but hyaluronic acid and vitamin C are two that become even more potent when combined. 

When combined in anti-aging products, these substances can provide both rapid and long-term effects. One study indicated that a serum containing L-ascorbic acid and hyaluronic acid noticeably decreased wrinkles, enhanced skin brightness, and left participants with more moisturised skin. 

Because of these remarkable effects, we combined hyaluronic acid and vitamin C in the Tonik Vitamin C Skin Care Refiner. Shop yours now and feel the highest dose of these nutrients to your skin yourself, as early as 7 days!