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Source Naturals, Ascorbyl Palmitate, 500 mg, 90 Capsules

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I believe in C!

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Posted by alloriginal From Pennsylvania on May 22, 2013

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I've taken megadoses of vitamin c for over three decades. However, regular vitamin c is not fat-soluble--in other words, it has little effect on some parts of the body. That's why I began taking ascorbyl palmitate. I believe it completes the vitamin c protection that I'm looking for. It seems to have a positive effect on skin in general, and wrinkles in particular. This is a good brand, and the price can't be beat. I believe that nutritional supplements saved my life. I've tried a lot of products, and I know what works and what doesn't. My reviews are honest, straighforward, and based on my experience. Read my other reviews to quickly learn from my three decades of research and experimentation.

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The benefits are worth the price.

3 people found the following review helpful

Posted by Somtit From Thailand on Jun 30, 2012

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Vitamin C Ester (Ascorbyl Palmitate) antioxidant efficiency. Vitamin C Ester is fat-soluble vitamins. We retain the nutritional value and long lasting surface. Not fall on my environment. And antioxidant properties. The advantage like armor to protect skin from free radicals. Reduce the destruction of the cells 40 to 60% on skin exposed to sunlight. Vitamin C Ester serves to stimulate collagen. This is like the structure of the skin and elastin (Elastin), thus providing flexibility to the skin. Reduce wrinkles. It also reduces melanin or Melanie Min. With the clear white light. Make your skin look younger. Skin and skin from the inside out naturally. Is gentle to the skin. Does not cause irritation to the stomach. The result of eating. Reduce the incidence of influenza can. The skin is smooth and cost effective. For those with a stomach irritation.

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Adrenal fatigue saver...

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Posted by Reviewer1063977 From North Dakota on Oct 17, 2012

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Using it for adrenal fatigue and I can honestly say that my energy increased two-fold after I added it to my regimen.

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Fat Soluble

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Posted by Reviewer1142540 From California on Jun 09, 2013

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I am so glad they offer a fat soluble vitamin C ester, which is also easier on the stomach, because the ascorbic acid in others I heard doesn't help calm inflammation and water-soluble vitamin C like ascorbic acid leaves the body more easily I think I heard. God bless you all.

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works for me

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Posted by Reviewer1248421 From Ohio on Sep 18, 2010

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This fat soluble form of Vitamin C has a noticable effect on my skin. Yes, it is vain, but this Vitamin C really improves my skin's clarity. Of course I hope it is helping the internal channels as well.

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