Vitamin C

Vitamin C is the chief antioxidant which strengthens the immune system to keep infections at bay. It is also responsible for the biosynthesis of collagen; the most abundant protein found in the skin.
30 Tablets






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Why take Vitamin C?


Reduces the risk of forming a cataract and vision loss from macular degeneration.


Essential for the biosynthesis of Collagen. It is the most abundant protein in the body which provides structure to the skin.


Crucial for the growth and repair of tissues all over the body. It heals wounds and acts as an antioxidant to fight free radicals in the body.


Responsible for clearing out Cortisol (a stress hormone) and prevents blood pressure from spiking in stressful situations.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can anyone take Vitamin C?

    Vitamin C intake is beneficial for almost everyone, with many benefits at once.

  • Does it helps smokers?

    Smoking and chewing tobacco is associated with lower levels of Vitamin C in the body. Thus, people depending on such intake must consider Vitamin C supplementation.

  • Does alcohol consumption deplete Vitamin C?

    Large or regular intake of alcohol can cause the body to flush out Vitamin C in the urine. Thus, people who consume alcohol have been found with relatively lower levels of Vitamin C and must consider supplementation. 

  • Can one overdose on Vitamin C?

    No. Since excess of it gets flushed out of your body automatically, one cannot overdose on Vitamin C. 

  • How is Vitamin C beneficial for me?

    Vitamin C is a very active ingredient and it penetrates deep into the layers of the epidermis. Its antioxidant properties make it a vital nutrient for skin health and collagen synthesis. 

  • What is the particular type of Vitamin C we should look out for?

    Our Vitamin C tablet contains ascorbic acid which is known to be the purest form and also easily absorbable. 

  • How will Vitamin C deficiency affect me?

    There are multiple ways through which Vitamin C deficiency can affect you. Fatigue, easy bruising, joint pain, bumpy skin, and bleeding gums being some of them. 

  • Does it help anaemic patients?

    Yes, Vitamin C is known to increase the effectiveness of iron through enhanced absorption. 

  • When should Vitamin C be taken?

    Well, many say that it is a water soluble nutrient and it is better (and safe) to take it empty stomach in the morning. However, Vitamin C is highly acidic in nature and might cause nausea if taken on an empty stomach. Always take your vitamins after meals to steer clear of the slight discomfort they could cause sometimes. So take Vitamin C after breakfast or lunch.