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How To: Make Vitamin C Serum At Home Easy Skin Repair DIY #DGIJ D12

Welcome to Day 12 of Daily Glory In June, #DGIJ!

Today I wanted to share a super fabulous recipe for Vitamin C Serum. This can be made at home in no time at all. It’s definitely more affordable to make vitamin C Serum at home  rather than pay the inflated consumer price online or over the counter.

Vitamin C Serum is a great way to treat your skin well. Vitamin C Serum is well known to help coax facial skin to regenerate and refresh. If used regularly, you will likely notice your complexion will brighten and glow. Vitamin C Serum also helps to repair wrinkles and skin discoloration.

With all of these great anti-aging benefits, I started using Vitamin C Serum in my late twenties. Generally I found the best results when I used vitamin C Serum twice a day, once in the morning and again at bedtime.

High Impact Results:

I noticed that my results were heightened even more with a few specific tweaks to my skincare and daily meal intake.

-Drink 6-8 glasses of water daily

-A weekly Bentonite clay face mask

– Exfoliate facial skin 2-3 times a week

-Eating fruits and vegetables

-2 applications of the Vitamin C Serum, once in the morning and at bedtime.

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So now is a great time to share this awesome recipe!


1/2 Tbsp. Vitamin C Powder (You can add up to 1 full Tbsp., but it is easier to determine your skin’s tolerance by starting with just a half Tbsp.)

1 Tbsp. Vegetable Glycerine

1 Tbsp. Distilled Water

1 Vitamin E Capsule


Pour all the ingredients into a glass bowl. Mix the ingredients with a popsicle stick or metal fork. Use the double boiler method on your stove top. The heat setting should be on high heat until the water begins to boil. Set the glass bowl with the vitamin C serum mixture over the boiling water until the vitamin C crystals evaporate. Turn the stove top heat setting down to a low heat, continue to stir the mixture for an additional 5-7 minutes. Put your ingredients into a dark glass dropper bottle. The Serum will be too hot to put the dropper lid on the bottle. Place the hot mixture of serum in the refrigerator for 20 minutes or until the mixture cools. Put the dropper lid on and  store the mixture out of direct light. I keep my vitamin C mixture in my medicine cabinet. The mixture will lose potency with time.  The mixture has a shelf life of one month. You can also make a half batch to make sure the serum is fully used before it expires. Enjoy!

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