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After testing our Ascorbic Acid 20 Brightening C Serum (AA20) and Minimalist Hydrating Cream (MHC) separately, we wondered what pairing them together in a regimen could accomplish. What we found was that when paired together, study participants experienced statistically significant improvements in the appearance of skin brightness, wrinkling and firmness as measured by both clinician grading and instrumentation.