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Which antioxidants are effective, and how do they work within the skin?

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There is no doubt that vitamin E functions as the primary antioxidant in the skin and vitamin C acts as a secondary antioxidant. This means that vitamin E donates an electron to a reactive oxygen species, but it cannot function again as an antioxidant until it obtains another electron to donate.

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