Dermatech C15 Serum Explained

Posted August 5, 2019

Dermatech C15 Serum Explained

The extremely small molecular structure of this serum allows excellent penetration and absorption into your skin. The highly stable and effective formulation also allows the absorption to occur into the deep layers of the skin – up to forty times faster than conventional methods. L-Ascorbic Acid is considered to be one of the more effective anti-wrinkle, antioxidant, and whitening agents. It boosts collagen synthesis to firm, tone and smooths the skin and it prevents and reduces pigmentation. Our Dermatech C15 Serum is especially beneficial for sun-damaged skins and helps to protect against further UVA and UVB harm


Benefits of topical application

  • It is a potent antioxidant, particularly in regard to protecting skin cells from UV-induced damage.
  • It reduces trans-epidermal water loss, thus strengthening the skin’s barrier response.
  • It promotes collagen production and has the potential to thicken the dermis.
  • It reduces inflammation.
  • Vitamin C at levels of 5% and above has a positive effect on hyperpigmentation.
  • It improves the effectiveness of procedures such as peels and microdermabrasion.




  • The Dermatech C15 Serum is to be stored out of direct sunlight. When Vitamin C serums are stored in sunlight the Vitamin C deteriorates quickly reducing the shelf life of the product and rendering it ineffective after an extended period of time.
  • There can be a warm tingling sensation when this is applied, it should not cause discomfort.