Resolving the issues of facial photosensitivity with Vitamin C Serum


Photosensitive facial rash is sign of skin disorder which results in skin’s anomalous reaction to UV light and sunlight. Most of such disorders may have been acquired and developed from childhood till adulthood. Medical science has no specific answers to exact causes. However, leading research papers point to genetic problems, abnormal conditions of metabolism, food related issues or diseases associated with tissues which form connectivity in skin layers. Photosensitive skin can develop rashes, red spots and patches, formation of brownish scaly layers on neck and chest and breast skin, formation of scaly skin on hands leading to blisters, distributed or concentrated red patches on thighs and legs etc.

Medical science has identified two types of photosensitive skin, namely photo-toxic and photo-allergic. Photo-allergic skin shows abrupt reactions when it is exposed to sunlight. It may develop rashes, blisters or other symptoms as listed above. On the other hand photo-toxic skin is one type of condition which has developed sensitivity to sunlight through other media like medications and drugs. These conditions are usually induced by tetracycline, medications for treating cancer and other types of antibiotic drugs. In the first case, skin reacts abnormally to sunlight. When it is protected from UV light, it stays normal. In the second case skin has already become toxic due to medications and drugs. This toxicity gets aggravated when skin gets exposed to sunlight.

Medical science has no specific treatment by which photosensitivity could be cured or eliminated in majority of cases. However Vitamin c serum offers way out through which this disorder could be kept under control for relatively longer period of time.

Brief overview of probable skin photosensitivity causes

According to medical science, causes for photosensitivity have been categorized into four main sections.

  • Dietary causes. They are normally developed since childhood. Deficiency of certain proteins, vitamins and minerals in foods can make children’s skin weak and vulnerable. Most prominent among them are nicotinic acid (Vitamin B) and tryptophan (essential amino acid required to produce proteins).
  • Metabolic causes. They are mainly developed in the form of body’s inability to convert porphyrins (hemoglobin producing element in bloodstream) into useful forms which can help in production of hemoglobin. This is due to lack of enzymes which can convert porphyrins into useful forms. This syndrome results in skin problems like photosensitive skin.
  • Idiopathic (diseases with unknown causes). This is mainly due to unknown reasons! Some of them are identified as dermatitis and polymorphous-light-eruptions (PMLE). You already know about dermatitis. PMLE is one form of skin condition in which skin develops rashes and blisters when it is exposed to sunlight.
  • Genetic causes. They are acquired from previous generations. It is not possible to find exact reasons for such causes. However one of the types of genetic syndrome which has been determined is Kindler syndrome, which is said to cause skin blisters on exposure to sunlight.
  • Autoimmunity causes. They are developed from certain abnormal reactions of immunity system in which it mistakes friendly elements to be threats and produces negative reactions. Dermatomyositis is said to be one such syndrome which results in inflammation of skin when it is exposed to sunlight.

Treating skin photosensitivity symptoms with vitamin c serum

As you read earlier, lack of vitamins and proteins could cause photosensitivity in childhood which could develop till adulthood. Vitamin c serum is one element which can reduce this syndrome. It has ingredients of Vitamin E, B and glycerin that act as energizing combination to boost your skin’s resistance to photosensitive reactions in your skin.

  • Photosensitive skin can benefit by regular application of vitamin c crystals mixed with pure vegan glycerin. You may wonder about mixing it with glycerin when it is already present in the serum. The logic is simple. Percentage of glycerin in the serum is very low (0.3%-0.7%). When the serum is mixed with vegan glycerin, all ingredients of the serum dissolve equally in this solvent. It makes fine paste which can be absorbed by your skin quickly.
  • The mix helps in faster and sustained generation of collagen within external layers of skin. It is able to strengthen the cells and give glycerin coating to them. You need to apply this mix all over your skin parts which get frequently exposed to sunlight. Following this procedure for 2 to 3 months could reduce photosensitivity of your skin to considerable levels. Of course this could be very slow process. But most of the patients who have been treated with this solution have shown results.
  • Your dermatologist may suggest taking of 1 or 2 shots of vitamin c serum in a week to improve pace of your skin’s recovery. Get his consultations and get on with the treatment. Though it may not be possible to get completely cured of this syndrome, results show that patients who tried the combination of vitamin serum paste with glycerin and vitamin c serum shots dis show improvements over time.
  • This formula is equally applicable for those suffering from photo-allergic as well as photo-toxic types of sensitivity.

Skin photosensitivity reactions after vitamin c serum treatment

People with photosensitive skin showed considerable improvements in their skin conditions after prolonged treatment with vitamin c serum. Dosage of 1000mg of vitamin c per day improved their resistance power, increased immunity, strengthened layers of skin (collagen production and bonding with skin cells and tissues), and expanded the elasticity of skin.

  • Exposure to early morning sunlight caused little or no negative reactions. It was quite significant, considering their excess sensitivity which existed before the start of treatment.
  • It improved their cardiovascular health to considerable extent. Many patients who experienced breathing problems during early morning hours, got relief from such problems.
  • The treatment stabilized the firmness of skin to great extent. People who had taken 6 months of treatment could now enjoy few minutes of spending time in the open sunlight during evenings.
  • Results shown by these patients may not be great milestones, but they certainly give hope to those who suffer from chronic photosensitive skin.

Note: – Before taking steps to start your treatment with vitamin c serum for photosensitive skin, get diagnosed from your doctor and get affirmative approval.

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