Meet your new skin hero. Get clinically proven visibly brighter skin, improved skin texture, and silky-smooth hydration.

Common Heir has a hero product at the moment and it’s the Vitamin C Serum. This clean, 100% plastic-free formulation is encapsulated in biodegradable, plant-based serum capsules to maximize potency for brighter, healthier-looking skin that is gentle on the skin and on the environment.

The 10% Vitamin C Serum is vegan, Leaping Bunny-certified, silicone-free, fragrance-free, and leaves out parabens, phthalates, and PEGs. All palm- and coconut-derived ingredients are RSPO-certified.

When other Vitamin Cs irritated your skin or smelled funny, Common Heir found a way to deliver silky-smoothness without silicones for your beautiful skin.

In traditional packaging, Vitamin C oxidizes quickly and has a well-earned reputation for its limited lifespan. Common Heir’s single-dose serum capsules maintain their powers and can live on your bathroom and boudoir shelves for up to 18 months.

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If there is one thing you need in skincare is good Vitamin C in your life. Wherever you are on your skincare journey, its gentle-but-powerful serum prevents and improves the appearance of dullness, dark spots, and ageing.

To incorporate into your skincare rituals, twist the tip of one capsule. Gently squeeze serum on fingers and massage onto clean face and neck before moisturizing. Use daily, AM or PM.

Founders Cary and Angela thoughtfully craft their formulas and packaging to create high-impact skincare that has a low impact on the environment to create a cohesive sense of self-care for ourselves, our planet, and our community.

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You can recycle all shipping materials, even the capsules’ tube — traditionally, with the rest of your recyclables, or reuse it as a container in your home.

As a partner of the Ocean Blue Project and member of 1% for the Planet, Common Heir is dedicated to giving back to the community and showing gratitude for our beautiful planet.


Published by HOLR Magazine

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