: Silky smooth. : Pure Vitamin C, L-Ascorbic Acid. Can Vitamin C suspension 30% in silicone and Buffet be used together in the same routine? I bought The Ordinary Vitamin C Suspension 30% in Silicone a few weeks ago and thought i'd do a review on how it is performing after a week since it's is a newer product. The Ordinary Vitamin C Suspension 30% In Silicone (£5.80) What form of Vitamin C does it use? It gives dramatic results, but is very unstable. (L-Ascorbic Acid goes bad within weeks when mixed with water). We’d recommend applying HA 2% + B5 before our VC 30% in Silicone for best layering. I know that's not enough time to get a full picture of the product, so if this is well recieved, I'll review it again after … Can I use the hyaluronic acid 2% + B5 after the Vitamin C suspension 30% in Silicone? What’s the texture like? The Ordinary fixed that by removing water from the formula. Pros of The Ordinary Vitamin C Suspension 30% in Silicone: smoother texture due to the silicones; higher vitamin C percentage (though, according to The Ordinary, this is probably comes out to be about the same concentration as the non-silicone formula, since silicones can interfere with the skin’s ability to effectively absorb vitamin C) Cons: We suggest avoiding products contain peptides when using pure Vitamin C in your routine.