A simple yet innovative formulation combining two oil soluble actives that offer a potent range of skin benefits. Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate at 10% is the highest dose available before a prescription to support collagen synthesis, lighten pigmentation and even out skin tone, fight free radicals, increase UV protection, skin radiance and firmness. Hemp Seed Oil is the perfect moisturising and nourishing carrier, suitable for the most compromised and oily skins. Key Ingredients: 10% Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate The only oil-soluble (lipophilic) form of Vitamin C, Tetraisopalmitate has the unique ability to penetrate through the skin’s protective lipid layer much faster than a water-soluble serum. Converted to 90% Vitamin C in the skin, Tetraisopalmitate is an essential antioxidant, precursor to collagen synthesis and assists with minimising and protecting against pigment formation as well as suppressing UVB induced pigmentation. It works to strengthen capillary walls, even out skin tone and give the skin its radiance. Hemp Seed Oil Hemp Seed Oil is highly moisturising and super nourishing. It is rich in polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (Omega 3&6) which protect the skin from inflammatory responses making it perfect for skin concerns such as Eczema, Dermatitis, Psoriasis, Rosacea, and general compromised skins in search of skin health. Non-comedogenic, Hemp Seed Oil prevents cell oxidation and is also antibacterial making it a great choice for acne skin sufferers. A naturally heavier oil hence loved by drier skins. Normal to oilier skins should start with a less is best approach in order to enjoy the ultimate benefits of this magical oil. HOW TO USE: On clean, dry skin after liquid, gel and/or lotion serums, apply 3 drops (add extra drops for a comfortable application) to face, neck and décolletage and massage in, finishing with your choice of O Hydrator. Can be used morning and evening, however if being used just once a day, do so in the morning for pigment suppression and protection. Overuse will lead to an oily finish, less is best.