An important note is that those who take Vitamin C have to take a lot, and often, because it is water soluble and is quickly eliminated from the body, too quickly for it to be substantially absorbed at the cellular level except after taking it for a long time. This also creates the additional problem of acid upset, so a buffered version of Vitamin C is sold.
However, the way around this problem completely is to convert your water soluble Vitamin C into fat soluble Vitamin C. It will be absorbed better and stay in your body longer. While you can buy it this way, OTC, it is far more expensive, so it is much better to make your own.
It is called “Liposomal encapsulated Vitamin C”.
Here is a video how to make your own:
Because of a cancer scare I take injectable vitamin c. Up to1cc daily. Not sure what it’s doing, but my skin looks great when take it. Absolutely no side effects.