5 Herbs Rich in Natural Vitamin C

Amla Berry

Vitamin C is most known as an essential nutrient for immune health, but its multiple powers have made it a mainstay in natural skincare. What does Vitamin C do for your skin? What are its superpowers? What herbs are richest in Vitamin C and best to use for natural skin care? Let's find out.

Vitamin C is a popular ingredient in natural skin care products because it benefits and protects the skin in many different ways, and it can be included in many formulations. Great for all skin types, Vitamin C alleviates dull, drab skin, scars, sun spots, age spots, and Melasma. In natural care products, Vitamin C is used topically, as a gel, and it is typically found in Serums, but you can also benefit from eating or drinking a diet or herbs rich in Vitamin C as well.

Vitamin C is great for skin health. Not only does it help the skin heal from sun damage, hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, dryness and aging, but it also aids in repairing damaged collagen and elastin which are essential to the elasticity of our skin.

What does Vitamin C do for your skin?

Thanks to its high antioxidant properties, Vitamin C can help reduce free radicals, alleviate damaged skin, and aged skin, and provide a more youthful glow. In addition, Vitamin C as an ingredient has the potential to reduce the appearance of sun spots and age spots. In other words, the superpowers that make Vitamin C so vital naturally in skin care products are multifaceted. So, just as we take supplements to maintain best health, it is a great idea to include products containing this essential ingredient, to your all natural daily skincare routine.

What are the benefits of Vitamin C?

Vitamin C will exfoliate, tone, moisturize and protect while lightening and brightening pigmentation to create a more luminous skin tone and smoother texture. Vitamin C-rich herbal extracts, smooth fine lines and wrinkles, promote Collagen production, improve overall skin tone and texture, and most importantly help fade the appearance of age spots, sun spots, and Melasma patches creating brighter, more even, and glowing skin! In addition, Vitamin C helps improve the appearance of scars or damaged tissue and is naturally tightening and exfoliating to help reveal a fresher, firmer complexion. You can learn more about this amazing ingredient in 6 Benefits of Using Vitamin C Serum or shop now with our most popular Vitamin C set. 

5 Herbs Richest in Vitamin C


(Indian Goose Berry), or Fruit of Heaven, is known in Ayurveda as Amla or “Mother” as one of the most supportive natural herbal products, with significant benefits. It has been used for centuries to restore and invigorate the body and mind. Containing almost 20 times more Vitamin C than oranges, it is widely used to benefit all internal systems. Amalaki’s superpowers are Antioxidant, Antipyretic, Analgesic, Cytoprotective, Anti-ulcer, Immune modulatory, Anti Inflammatory, Antitussive, and Gastro-protective. 


Amla Berry


Also known as Great Morinda or Indian Mulberry, comes from a fruit-bearing tree in the coffee family, native to Southeast Asia. This fruit provides several micronutrients. Amongst Noni fruit vitamins, Vitamin C is the most prevalent making up about 30% of its power. Noni is also rich in antioxidants and free radicals.


Rosehip contains a high amount of Vitamin C but also many other nutrients, such as fatty acids which help plump, tighten, and brighten skin. It is also a popular ingredient in cold remedies due to its high Vitamin C content. 


Provides the skin with high concentration of Vitamin C and also essential oils and minerals that promote clear, brighter skin, and is a great partner in the treatment of acne-prone skin.


This sour fruit is rich in antioxidants and Vitamin C, which fight free radicals and enhance collagen in the skin. Defending your skin from environmental harm is its superpower, alleviating inflammation and irritation.


From the stresses that come with daily life to the air pollution we breathe on a daily basis, you need skincare products that can help combat these free radical problems and Vitamin C is a great way to start. One of the most powerful antioxidants and an important ingredient in natural skincare; it's an effective, safe, and affordable ingredient that can help protect the skin from damage as well as beautifies, which makes it a great addition to any natural skincare product. Make sure the products you're using has Vitamin C in it and if they don't grab some of our products that contain Vitamin C derived from these Vitamin C rich herbal extracts as well as other antioxidants that work together to beautify and brighten your skin. 


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Cleveland Clinic – Benefits of Rose Hip Oil

Elle – Why You Need to be Adding Cherry Extract into Your Skincare Routine

Everyday Health – Vitamin C Serums 101

Health Shots – How to use orange peel for glowing skin

International Journal of Ayurveda – Pharmacological Study of Amalaki

Organic India USA - Amla

RD Alchemy – 6 Benefits of Using Vitamin C Serum

RD Alchemy - Quick Guide to Natural Skin Care Ingredients

Wikipedia – Morinda citrifolia

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