Synergie Suprema C

We are an authorised stockist of Synergie Skin. Purchase in-store, contact us or register.


A potent Vitamin C serum and moisturiser containing L-ascorbic acid, in a lightweight moisturising base. This formula contains powerful antioxidant properties and is an anti-ageing essential.


Stabilised Vitamin C represents the next generation in Vitamin C therapy, whereby L-ascorbic acid is submicronised and encapsulated in a water-free oil-based formula. Because the particles of L-ascorbic acid in SupremaC are submicronised, larger surface area to volume ration results in more bioactive sites and greater skin penetration compared to other forms of L-ascorbic acid currently available.

How to use

Apply sparingly in the morning as a serum/moisturiser and gently massage until fully absorbed.


Benefits of stabilised L-ascorbic acid include:
• Neutralises free radicals/reactive oxygen species (ROS)
• Protects skin cells from harmful UV damage
• Stimulates collagen production
• Lightens uneven skin tone
• Reduces skin inflammation
• Regenerates Vitamin E
• Increases natural hydration levels

The stabilised L-ascorbic acid particles are carried in pure olive Squalene and grapeseed oil. These natural oils are suitable for all skin types including dry and maturing skin. They are rich in essential skin vitamins and fatty acids which help to restore elasticity to the skin.


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Synergie Suprema C”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

We won’t bite, what would you like to ask?

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

We love a challenge…

If you find an Australian stockist with a lower advertised price of the same “in-stock” item, let us know so we can match (or otherwise BEAT!) their price. This excludes any non-official, non-Australian stockist (such as overseas eBay sellers, US or Hong Kong websites).

  • Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, gif, png, pdf.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Share This