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Your Guide to Reducing Hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmentation is a common skin concern that countless people (of all skin types and shades) deal with. It refers to dark spots or patches on the skin, and is the result of increased melanin showing up in certain parts of the complexion leading to patches of skin appearing darker than the skin’s natural tone.

We Made a Fresh-Smelling, Velvety, Ultra-Blendable Vitamin C Serum

Youth To The People’s 15% Vitamin C + Clean Caffeine Energy Serum is a holy grail product. A works-for-everyone, nutrient-rich formula that alleviates dullness without irritating even the most sensitive of skin. Entirely vegan and shelf-stable, it’s fast-absorbing, quick-acting, and smells delightfully fresh, despite having no added fragrance.

How Vitamin C Protects Your Skin from Sun Damage

Both vitamin C and sun protection are capable of delivering multiple benefits alone—but in a pair, they can create seismic shifts in skin health and help you achieve radiance. When paired with sunscreen, vitamin C protects your skin from sun damage even more than SPF alone.

How Caffeine Boosts Your Morning Vitamin C

Caffeine and vitamin C are a winning combo for morning use to energize skin that might be puffy, or even might be feeling the effects of the previous night. Immediately and over time, the duo will help skin appear more even-toned and contoured.

This Is What We Mean When We Say “Brightening”

When it comes down to it, brightening really refers to a benefit that you should see over time: reducing the look of dark spots and evening out hyperpigmentation. In the immediate, you might even notice yourself looking more radiant, glowing, and appearing more even-toned as soon as after the first use.

Visible Results: What the 15% Vitamin C + Clean Caffeine Energy Serum Can Do for Your Skin

To capture the benefits of our brand new 15% Vitamin C + Clean Caffeine Energy Serum, we turned to the Friends of YTTP Trial Team, who dutifully applied the Energy Serum every morning for one month. Each week, we checked in on their skin concerns, goals, and the skin results they’ve seen since introducing the serum into their daily routine.

Our Vitamin C Serum Is Ultra Shelf-Stable—Here's How

Meet the vitamin C that outperforms, even when it’s on the shelf. This ultra-stable, custom time-release 15% triple-C serum is the first of its kind, with caffeine derived from superleafs yerba mate and guayusa—and it’s available exclusively in Youth To The People’s 15% Vitamin C + Clean Caffeine Energy Serum.

Why Vitamin C is Essential in Skincare

Question: How many times have you heard the importance of adding vitamin C to your skincare routine? Answer: Probably a lot. You’ve heard the not-so-secret ingredient is a skincare superstar, but do you know why? To sum it up, it’s a multitasking miracle worker, making vitamin C essential in skincare.

A Download On the Three Most Stable Forms of Vitamin C

When you think of skincare staples, vitamin C is typically top of mind. Youth To The People has three favorites: ethyl ascorbic acid, tetrahexyldecyl (or THD) ascorbate, and magnesium ascorbyl phosphate (MAP). Here's a bit more on each one.

Why Vitamin C Is Super Powerful in the Daytime

Almost every dermatologist recommends incorporating a vitamin C formula into your daily routine. Moreover, most experts advise applying it in the morning so you’ll reap the most benefits by wearing it during the daytime. How? Why? Let’s get into it.

Q: Can I Use Vitamin C and Retinol Together?

Even though vitamin C and retinol offer different results, you’ll want to avoid applying them both at the same time in order to maximize the benefits you’ll receive from each.

This Is Why Skin Density Matters for Overall Skin Health—Plus, How to Maintain It

When it comes to skincare, we often talk about the skin barrier or epidermis, the outermost layer of your skin. But there’s another layer to your skin, a bit deeper down, that’s perhaps less discussed yet equally crucial to maintaining overall skin health: the dermis. This inner layer is what comprises skin density.