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    D.I.Y Vitamin C Serum

    Hey loves Happy Friday!! Have a wonderful and blessed weekend

    Since lately I have been obsessed with DIY’s I have always been but now I want to diy everything from face serum to body moisturizer you name it, i want to try it. Have you ever been on the diy obsession train before? Anyone!!. Well i’m not ashamed to say i am and i have been loving it, it’s trial and error as you go along, because it’s also a learning process so you get better each time do do it again.

    As you can see from the title i’m gonna be sharing with you my diy vitamin C serum, I eyeballed it when I was doing it, i did’nt measure anything but I will do my best in giving you details on how much of each ingredient to use, you can also do like me and free hand it to the amount of product you want. Ok so here we go

    Things you will need are:

    Rose Water
    Glycerin
    Vitamin C
    Vitamin E

    And you will need a dropper bottle to put your product in i’m sure you can find that in stores, I got mine from the drugstore/pharmacy.

    Ingredients

    1 tbsp rosewater
    1 tsp glycerin
    3 vitamin C tablets
    1 Vitmain E tablet

    Directions

    Crush all three tablets until it turns into powder try not to have any lumps add it to your rosewater and glycerin, then you extract the vitamin e from the capsule, i recommend getting the gel form and mix together and there you have it you just made your own vitamin C serum.

    It’s cost effective, it’s cheaper to make it than to buy it and you actually know exactly what is in your serum and not to mention it’s homemade, you can also add essential oils to it if you like eg: tea tree oil or lavender oil for a nice scent, it helps in making your skin smooth and soft, it helps in brightening the skin and keeping it looking glowing and healthy.

    If you want to see more diy posts leave a comment down below

    Have you ever made your own vitamin C serum? Did you like it? whats your fav diy to do? Do you add a serum to your skincare regimen?