Glytone Antioxidant Anti-Aging Facial Serum Review

by Laura Kronen on August 22, 2013

glytone antioxidant serum

There’s not a thing you can do about getting chronologically older, except embrace it.  However, there’s nothing to say you cannot fight the good fight to keep your skin looking as youthful possible. In fact, I implore you to do so. This begins by cleaning your face every night and is followed by using the most effective skin care products.

I always get a little extra excited when reviewing serums.  They are a must have in any skin care routine and usually have the biggest impact on the skin since they are the first layer of defense on your face. That’s why when I found out about Glytone’s Antioxidant Anti-Aging Facial Serum, I got a little giddy.


This youth preserving facial serum has time released, high concentrations of stabilized Vitamin C and Vitamin E combined with Red Tea Flavonoids to deliver powerful antioxidant protection and antiaging benefits.It protects your skin cells from free radical attack, preventing skin aging, 90% of which is caused by environmental aggressors. The optimized antioxidant system protects each cell with the delivery of time-released vitamins C and E with red tea flavanoids and glycolic acid to enhance penetration. This exclusive innovation procures a visibly more youthful complexion in only two months of use. Glytone $120


We hear about antioxidants all the time.  But how much do you really know about them.  Here’s some things you should know about antioxidants but never thought to ask:

    1. For the best protection, wear a formula with several antioxidants like the Glytone Anti-Aging Serum described above. Studies show they work together, becoming more powerful when they’re combined than when they are alone.
    2. Wearing a sunscreen or moisturizer with antioxidants is fine, but serums are preferable, as they penetrate faster than creams when applied to bare skin. The strongest concentrations are usually the most stable, so look for one in a dark or opaque bottle. A change in color, smell, or texture of the product can mean the antioxidants have oxidized and become useless.
    3. Much of the research into antioxidants now is in marine algae, which thrive in the harshest environments on earth. We’re going to see very potent combinations of different types of algae for skincare in the near future.

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