VITAMIN C SKINCARE ROUTINE + PRODUCT REVIEW | CeraVe Vitamin C Serum | The Budget Dermatologist


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This is MORE than just a review of CeraVe Skin Renewing Vitamin C Serum! Listen to me teach you all about *Vitamin C* in skincare to find out if you need this in YOUR routine.

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CeraVe Skin Renewing Vitamin C Serum:

Low pH cleansers:
L’Oreal 3.5% Glycolic Acid Cleanser:
CeraVe Renewing SA Cleanser

Gentle Cleansers:
Vanicream Gentle Facial Cleanser
CeraVe Hydrating Facial Cleanser
Neutrogena Ultra Gentle Hydrating Cleanser (fragrance-free):

Neutrogena Hydro Boost gel-cream:
La Roche-Posay Double Repair Face Moisturizer:
CeraVe Daily Moisturizing Lotion

Australian Gold Botanical Sunscreen Tinted Face Mineral Lotion:
Vichy Capital Soleil Tinted Mineral Sunscreen:
Neutrogena Sensitive Skin Face Mineral Sunscreen:

My other favorite Vitamin C Serums:
Vichy LiftActiv Vitamin C Serum:
La Roche-Posay Vitamin C Serum:

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27 replies
  1. emongkee
    emongkee says:

    I’m new to your channel. Definitely love the format of your presentation and looking forward for more content (specially with more/other vit.c serums). Regards!

  2. Maria Centeno
    Maria Centeno says:

    I’m a new subscriber here. You got me at “budget” lol. What do you think about skincare from Marshall’s or TjMax? There’s a bunch of skim care and serums. Sometimes I look them up at Amazon and they are so much more expensive there. Let us know.

  3. Glenn Jakobsen
    Glenn Jakobsen says:

    Thanks for the recommendations! With the great info on this channel, I was able to cut through all the marketing noise and simply walk into CVS and come out with the CeraVe Vit C and Roc Retinol deep wrinkle nighttime filler. I recently started tretinoin 5%, which I do every other night and fortunately I've noticed no skin irritation. I'm wondering at what point, if any, I switch over to using retinol/moisturizing in place of the tretinoin. I'm thinking to start the retinol/moisturizer on the non tretinoin days. Does that work? I'm treating thin, sun-damaged forehead skin, crows feet, and eye bags. Thanks for your great videos! Dr. Jake

  4. Nikki S
    Nikki S says:

    Thank you SO much for these in depth videos! So helpful and amazing! Can’t wait to share with my family and friends! I watched another dermatologist say that the studies show that vitamin C between 5-10% is proven to help and that any higher just increases potential irritation, but I respect everyone’s opinions on it and love to hear different opinions!

  5. Michelle Rodriguez
    Michelle Rodriguez says:

    Thank you for this video. I often wonder should I wear sunscreen on rainy days ? I haven't been cause there was no sun. But after watching this video I'll do it. Thanks again !

  6. stephanie
    stephanie says:

    Hi! I would like to know the procedure day and night for vit.c and retinoid. What do and what dont. Which is first to try vit. C or retinoid. Facial cleanser for day and facial cleanser at night for retinoid. Moisturizer at day and night. Please i really like your way of explaining and your very professional. Tia

  7. Debra Miller
    Debra Miller says:

    I have a question, I have gotten all your stuff that you have suggested from cera V and I’ve also got the sunblock from cerav I have not gotten the vitamin C serum should I get it?

  8. Ashley Rosa
    Ashley Rosa says:

    I have been using the Derma E concentrated vit. C serum. Its in a clear glass bottle. So i guess i should not repurchase this product? I have been eyeing this cerave one for a while…

  9. Amna Osman
    Amna Osman says:

    I love ur videos thanx a lot for making skincare easy for us beginners just a little thing what do you think of Eva naturals vitamin C please review if possible

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