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DIY Vitamin C Serum Face Mask Recipe for Increased Collagen Production

DIY Vitamin C Serum Face Mask Recipe Not many people are aware of this, but vitamin C is actually an essential antioxidant that is also known as ‘ascorbic acid’. One of the reasons why it’s so important to get enough vitamin C is because it has a direct influence on whether or not your body is able to produce adequate amounts of collagen naturally. While there are of course the obvious ways to get more vitamin C (dietary, supplements, etc.), you can also follow this recipe for making a DIY vitamin C face mask that helps to increase natural collagen production. You’ll need to combine vitamin C in powder format with a couple of other beneficial ingredients in order to make the mask, and then leave it on overnight while you sleep in order to maximize the benefits it provides.

DIY Vitamin C Serum Face Mask Recipe

DIY Vitamin C Serum Face Mask Recipe

DIY Vitamin C Serum Face Mask Recipe

DIY Vitamin C Serum Face Mask Recipe

DIY Vitamin C Serum Face Mask Recipe

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DIY Vitamin C Serum Face Mask Recipe

DIY Vitamin C Serum Face Mask Recipe
  • Author: Anna - MissWish.com
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Ingredients

1 tsp vitamin C (ascorbic acid) powder

1 tbsp rose water

1 tbsp aloe vera gel

1 drop frankincense essential oil

Instructions

  1. Mix the rose water and aloe vera gel into a ceramic bowl.
  2. Add the vitamin C and whisk.
  3. Add frankincense oil and mix to incorporate.
  4. Use a funnel to transfer the serum into a small bottle with a dropper.
  5. *Use a colored bottle, as vitamin C oxidizes very fast
  6. Apply at night on a clean face, and leave it overnight.
  7. Clean your face in the morning, as it may cause skin sensibility when exposed to the sun.
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