Stable dose of Vitamin C for advanced photoprotection and brightening

Formulated to target skin exhibiting dullness, discolouration & the signs of premature ageing.

Ascorbyl Glucoside, Ferulic Acid, Licorice Root Extract, Kakadu


A highly active, multi-tasking serum that hydrates, refines skin texture, and evens tone, helping to minimise the

appearance of pigmentation and dark spots.


• Brightens overall skin tone for refreshed radiance and improved clarity.

• Evens skin tone and helps to visibly lighten pigmentation and dark spots caused by

acne scarring, UV damage, melasma, ageing and skin inflammation.

• Provides strong photoprotection and antioxidant protection to help counteract free radical damage and environmental stress, which accelerates skin ageing. It also helps to prevent oxidative stress, which results in dull, tired-looking skin.

• Promotes collagen production and protects against collagen degradation, which helps to improve skin elasticity and firmness.


• Stabilised Vitamin C (Ascorbyl Glucoside) at 10% concentration

• Ferulic Acid helps to further stabilise Vitamin C while increasing its photoprotection

• Kakadu Plum Extract and Liquorice Extract for additional brightening benefits


Apply 2 pumps and press into freshly cleansed skin. Massage until fully absorbed and then follow with moisturiser.


Suitable for all skin types, especially dull and uneven.


What is Ascorbyl Glucoside?

Ascorbyl Glucoside, a water-soluble form of Vitamin C that’s combined with glucose, a type of sugar, is a more stable and much gentler alternative to pure Vitamin C. Once it’s absorbed into the skin, an enzyme called Alpha-Glucosidas breaks it down into L-Ascorbic Acid, which delivers the same benefits as pure Vitamin C but without irritation.

Why does the 10% Vitamin C Super Serum contain 10% Ascorbyl Glucoside instead of L-Ascorbic Acid?

Pure L-Ascorbic Acid, or Vitamin C, is water-soluble. Although it is a pure form of Vitamin C, it can also be unstable in water-based or high pH solutions (which are better for skin compatibility). It can also oxidise quickly, making it less effective and potentially irritating to the skin.

Why does the 10% Vitamin C Super Serum contain 10% Ascorbyl Glucoside?

Research has shown that, to make a beneficial difference to skin, a product needs to contain at least 8% Vitamin C. Formulations over 20% do not increase in effectiveness and may also lead to irritation.

Can the 10% Vitamin C Super Serum be used on sensitive skin?

Yes, as it contains a gentler form of Vitamin C it may be used on sensitive skin; however, it is recommended to do a patch test first.

Can I use 10% Vitamin C Super Serum if I have acne prone skin?

Ascorbyl Glucoside is water-soluble and oil-free, meaning that it will not clog pores. If you are using Benzoyl Peroxide to address acne, alternate days of use with the 10% Vitamin C Super Serum as Benzoyl Peroxide can cause the Vitamin C to oxidise.

Can I use the 10% Vitamin C Super Serum with other serums/actives?

If you incorporate other actives into your routine such as AHAs, BHAs, or Retinol, the best time to use the 10% Vitamin C Super Serum is in the morning and then apply your other actives at night. This will help to avoid irritation and ensure the Vitamin C remains potent.