Trendy ingredients come and go, but Vitamin C has stuck around and for good reason. Vitamin C touts many benefits towards skincare, like having the ability to brighten complexion, even skin tone and reduce the appearance offine lines and wrinkles.
However, as our skin matures and isexposed to pollutants, our skin begins to lose collagen and elastin balance. Enter, EG’s DIY Vitamin C Serum. This skin-loving powerhouse paired with essential oils can give expensive store-bought formulas a run for their money.
With antioxidant properties and a role in collagen synthesis, Vitamin C might be the ingredient your skincare routine is missing. Eating your daily dose of veggies and fruits is of course always recommended as well.
1 oz Distilled water
1 oz Rosehip carrier oil
1 ml Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C)
Polysorbate 20 (manufacturer's recommended amount)
1 drop Rose
3 drops Frankincense Carterii
2 drops Helichrysum Italicum
Preservative (manufacturer's recommended amount)
2.5 oz Container
Thoroughly stir ascorbic acid into water. In a separate bowl, combine Rosehip, Frankincense, Rose and Helichrysum Italicum with Polysorbate 20. Then combine all ingredients and transfer to the container. Shake before use and apply to your face and neck both morning and evening. Best kept in the fridge for an approximate shelf life of two weeks.
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