Here at Spa Week, we’re all about holistic wellness– taking care of your body, mind, skin, and spirit. One of the best ways to take care of your whole self? Vitamins. We’ve rounded up the best vitamins for your immune system, for stress levels, and for your skin this year. One of our very favorite vitamins is Vitamin C– the powerhouse ingredient that can clear your skin, reduce stress, and boost your immune system. It really can do it all! Benefits The power of Vitamin C could be endless– there are a ton of benefits that we haven’t researched enough to know the full effects. What we do know is that vitamin C is great for your body. It doesn’t cure you of the common cold (we wish!) but it does reduce the risk of complications from colds (like pneumonia) and boosts your immune system. It’s also a great ingredient for your skin– it reduces stress (which can lead to breakouts), reduces signs of aging, treats dark spots, and gives your skin a natural, healthy glow. Where to Get It: Spa Have we convinced you? Vitamin C is the ingredient you need this winter. So how do you get it? One of our favorite ways to get vitamin c is at the spa, of course. Vitamin C facials have a ton of benefits– they can be used for exfoliation, anti-aging, and brightening treatments. Vitamin C can also be used in facial peels and other cosmetic treatments that will leave your skin looking and feeling radiant. Where to Get It: Skincare If you’re looking to get your vitamin C more regularly, these skincare products are great to incorporate into your daily routine. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite products below! Paula’s Choice C25 Super Booster + Paula’s Choice C15 Super Booster Paula’s Choice has two great booster serums that are full of vitamin C and the best way to get this vitamin delivered directly to your skin. The C25 super booster targets dark spots, red marks with a 25% concentration of vitamin C. We love adding this booster to our moisturizers to make them more effective! The C15 super booster has 15% pure vitamin C to brighten skin and reduce signs of aging, like wrinkles and fine lines. This light serum absorbs into your skin immediately, giving you a radiant, bright appearance. MADARA Brightening AHA Peel Mask If you’re looking for an at-home Vitamin C peel, MADARA’s brightening mask is a great option. It removes dead cells, exfoliates, brightens skin, and helps to unclog pores. It’s full of great ingredients from Quince fruit and Elderflower. It’s also totally safe for sensitive skin – just start by using the mask for only 3 minutes and work your way up to longer depending on your skin’s needs and sensitivity levels. Derma E’s Vitamin C Intense Night Cream When my esthetician recommended adding more vitamin C to my skincare routine, I wasn’t sure what would work best for my sensitive skin. This intensive night cream was the perfect option for me! It gives you your daily dose of vitamin C while moisturizing and soothing skin. Combined with ingredients like Rooibos and probiotics, this treatment works overnight to smooth, firm, and revitalize skin. Natura Bisse’s C+C Vitamin Eye One of the most delicate parts of our skin is the eye area, so finding the right eye cream can be a struggle. You need something effective but not harsh or irritating. This gel cream does it all — it delays and prevents aging, reduces dark circles, and energizes your skin. It’s full of Vitamin C which helps brighten skin and prevents dark circles. Dermadoctor’s Kakadu C Amethyst Clay Detox Mask This mask is one of our favorite ways to indulge. Full of Vitamin C and Kakadu plum, this mask softens, smoothes, and exfoliates skin. It’s a great way to draw out impurities and exfoliate skin, leaving your skin with an improved skin tone and smaller pores. Bonus points: it smells delicious! Where to Get It: Food The most common place to get your vitamin C is probably in your food itself! Everything from broccoli to oranges can give you your daily dose of vitamin C. Check out our list of Vitamin C rich ingredients below: Cantaloupe Orange Juice Broccoli Red Cabbage Green Pepper Red Pepper Kiwi Tomato juice Grape juice Brussels sprouts Baked potato Sweet potato Snow peas What’s your favorite way to get vitamin C? Let us know in the comments below! Start a Conversation Cancel a Conversation Connect with Enter your WordPress.com blog URL http://.wordpress.com Proceed Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.