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Vitamin C in a Bottle

February 20, 2014

Antiaging booster is fueled by a special powder.

Skin care marketer Exuviance has found a way around the dilemma of the loss of potency with its new Vitamin C+ Antiaging Booster. This solution helps fade the look of dark spots and strengthen skin’s defenses against future discolorations – all with an unprecedented powerful powder.
 
So what makes this product a game changer? Exuviance’s patented Aceta-C helps enhance the natural benefits of vtamin C, amplifying its skin-protecting and pigment evening effects, for beautiful, luminous skin, said the company. The powder is a 100% active, stability-enhanced formulation that allows you to shake the optimal amount directly into a serum or moisturizer before each use to help smooth wrinkles, brighten dark spots, and strengthen skin’s defenses against future signs of aging.
 
Vitamin C+ Antiaging Booster retails for $72 and will be available on Exuviance.com, at Ulta and at prestige beauty retailers nationwide in March.
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