Benefits: Vitamin C as an antioxidant of nature. It is an important part of the different enzymatic reactions that neutralize any toxin we can find, it can be environmental or bacterial. Helps regenerate body tissues, including skin. It is very important for collagen synthesis, both quantitatively and qualitatively, the availability of vitamin C in skin cells helps collagen synthesis. It protects the skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays, so vitamin C and photoprotection go hand in hand. Harmful UV rays produce reactive oxygen species (ROS), can initiate a chain reaction that damages cells, cell DNA, cell proteins, and, in turn, collagen. That's why vitamin C protection is helpful in preventing skin damage irreversibly. Vitamin C also helps to balance skin tone. Along with copper ion, vitamin C inhibits the tyrosinase enzyme, responsible for skin pigmentation. Vitamin C is also anti-inflammatory. It also inhibits the cascading reaction of inflammation by blocking certain enzymes, so irritated, acne-prone or rosacea skin receives a soothing treatment of vitamin C.