Sesderma C-Vit Liposomal Serum, Analysis And Alternative

Sesderma serum is one of the most popular with vitamin C, so we are going to analyze its INCI, to be able to unravel if its fame is for a good reason, or simply it is about marketing.

For now, the brand tells us that it is an intensive treatment for all skin types that acts as a powerful antioxidant.

And also, in the name it appears that it is a liposome serum, which means that the active ingredient is in the form of tiny particles, and it is less difficult for the skin to absorb it to the deepest layers.

If you want to delve into the topic of vitamin C serums, I recommend that you read this article with the Best Vitamin C Serums on the market.

And now we go with the analysis of the Sesderma serum.

Sesderma C-VIT Liposomal serum analysis

Sesderma C-VIT Liposomal serum analysis summary

It is true that vitamin C is present in the first 6 ingredients, like the other active ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid, peptide and botanical extract.

This is good, since they are in a good proportion to be able to exert their effect more effectively. However, up there are the good things.

In contrast, there are too many ingredients scattered throughout the list that I don’t like at all. From top to bottom we find irritants (from mild to more aggressive), alcohol (another irritant), PEGs, sensitizers, various fragrances, and two toxic or harmful ingredients.

Although the base is good, there are too many ingredients that are harmful to skin and health. I can’t help but think about the combined effect of all those ingredients being put on my face day after day. And therefore, I would not recommend it.

I have to mention that I have come across more than 3 different INCIS of this product as the ingredients can vary over time. And although the ingredients were very similar in all 3, they were not exactly the same.

Therefore, this analysis exclusively explains the INCI indicated above (the most recent), not the others.


A much less aggressive option for the skin is the Nezeni Cosmetics serum. It only has natural ingredients and none that can be irritating.

And most importantly, its preservative level is really low, which helps to avoid the combined effect of cosmetics. That is why you will see that it expires after 2 years even if the container is not opened.

It has a very good concentration of vitamin C, as well as hyaluronic acid and aloe vera, which provides extra hydration and regeneration.

Its INCI is concise, but it focuses on what really matters. If you want to see its complete analysis, you have it in the link that I recommend above.

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Kathie Sand always saw the world of beauty as the terrain on which to build her professional career, a goal that was clear to her when she was only 15 years old. Her great concern to expand knowledge led her to settle in Paris where she studied hand in hand with the best beauty professionals and with the most advanced techniques for skin care.

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