This Vitamin C serum is our anti-aging product. It will help to reduce sunspots, fine lines, and
wrinkles. Read the instructions carefully before making.
Shelf Life: Don’t use past 2 weeks due to oxidization.
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Benefits: Vitamin C brightens the skin, helping to reduce sunspots and hyper-pigmentation. It also helps to produce collagen, which fights wrinkles and signs of aging.
Vitamin C is most effective when applied topically versus swallowing a vitamin C capsule.
Tips and Tricks: Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant, so be careful not to add any more than as directed because it could burn your skin. I f you have sensitive skin, use half the amount of vitamin C powder or avoid using this serum altogether.
Wait one month after using your vitamin C serum to have any face waxing done. Vitamin C thins your skin and waxing while using it can cause your skin to tear.
For best results, use this serum at night. If you’re using it in the daytime, make sure to wear sunscreen. Don’t use other skin thinning products while using vitamin C.
Variations: This vitamin C serum can be made without vitamin E oil, but we like to add it in for extra benefits and texture.
How to Use: Place 3-5 drops onto fingertips. Lightly tap onto clean and toned skin to distribute evenly.
Level of Difficulty: Easy
Watch the video below for a step-by-step tutorial for making this natural vitamin C serum.
Vitamin C Serum
Tools & Supplies
- Measuring spoons
- Sanitized glass container with dropper lid
Mix vitamin C and distilled water into a bowl until vitamin C is dissolved.
Add vegetable glycerin and vitamin E oil, mix until combined.
Using a funnel, pour into glass container.
Recommendation: We recommend using the serum at night. If you use it during the day protect yourself from the sun’s rays because it makes your skin more prone to burning.
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