How to make a vitamin c serum from natural materials


Vitamin C increases collagen  production , reduces inflammation and even dark spots. It’s a key ingredient in many skin-lightening treatments
The problem with vitamin C is that it is a highly volatile compound and oxidizes easily when exposed to air and sunlight. Even in store-bought products, the effectiveness of the vitamin can quickly decline after opening the bottle.

To take advantage of these vitamin C benefits, you need to use a topical serum  and at the same time incorporate vitamin C into your diet.
What distinguishes the vitamin C serum is that it is suitable for all skin types, especially oily skin; Indeed, vitamin C for oily skin is a great way to deal with many problems that your skin type may cause.
So if you prefer to try treatments at home, you can prepare a vitamin C serum with simple and guaranteed natural materials, read on for details.

¼ tsp. Ascorbic acid powder (available online; make sure it’s from a trusted source or you can substitute with vitamin C tablets)
2 teaspoons distilled water or rose water  1
teaspoon glycerin
1 vitamin E capsule
Small, dark, clean empty bottle with dropper


Put the vitamin c powder in the bottle and add distilled water or rose water in the bottle and shake well until the powder is completely dissolved. Then add glycerine. Pierce a vitamin E capsule and squeeze the oil into the bottle. Shake well and store in a cool place away from sunlight.
How to use: 

Before bed, cleanse your skin, apply a very small amount of serum, and follow with a moisturizer. Expect some tingling sensation at first.

Using vitamin C makes the skin sensitive to sunlight, so make sure you use a good sunscreen every day in the morning.

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