Sydney: It’s time to stop stashing cosmetics in your handbag — now moisturize your skin while you drive.
Japanese car manufacturer Nissan has developed an air filter that dispenses vitamin C into a car’s cabin, moisturizing the skin of its occupants. Nissan says that direct application of vitamin C to the skin helps to create collagen and elastin, which keep skin looking young and healthy.
The vitamin stimulates the body’s metabolism to supply more moisture to the skin. An hour’s drive is more effective than applying moisturizing cream, say its creators.