Calcium ascorbate

Our calcium ascorbate is an important source of vitamin C that is more easily absorbed and tolerated than vitamin C itself. It is the non-acidic form of vitamin C.

Scientific evidence

Vitamin C (in the form of calcium ascorbate) combined with (hydrolyzed) collagen and hyaluronic acid promotes rapid and optimal absorption of these structural elements in the body. This helps the body restore and support the structure of the skin, while reducing the visible signs of skin aging (wrinkles and fine lines) and improving skin elasticity.

Good for

Collagen production and antioxidant

Found in

Peppers and chilies, papaya, guava, kiwi, citrus fruits (lemons, oranges, etc.), broccoli, cabbage, spinach, strawberries, ... but in low doses.


Vitamin C in its conventional form of ascorbic acid can irritate the digestive tract. The buffered form of vitamin C, calcium ascorbate, is better absorbed and enhances the action of vitamin C in the synthesis of collagen.

Science in numbers

Alternative name

Vitamin C buffered

Number of studies


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