How to Make Vitamin C + E Serum

Super easy serum that can be added to your daily moisturizer or worn alone. Excellent for dry skin and evening out skin tone. This will save you a lot of money compared to store bought serums!

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How to Make Vitamin C + E Serum
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Pour 1/4 cup of Vegetable Glycerin into the glass bottle. It's important to use a dark bottle because Vitamin C deteriorates when exposed to sunlight.

Pour 1/4 cup of Vegetable Glycerin into the glass bottle. It's important to use a dark bottle because Vitamin C deteriorates when exposed to sunlight.

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Add 1/2 a teaspoon of the Vitamin C powder into the glass bottle. Shake vigorously.

Add 1/2 a teaspoon of the Vitamin C powder into the glass bottle. Shake vigorously.

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Add 3 small drops of Vitamin E oil. Shake. Note: you can test the ph of this serum using a ph strip. It's best to have the ph remain between 2.8 and 3.4.

Add 3 small drops of Vitamin E oil. Shake. Note: you can test the ph of this serum using a ph strip. It's best to have the ph remain between 2.8 and 3.4.

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To make this serum daytime friendly, I mix half/half with my moisturizer. Note: this is a small batch of serum as Vitamin C deteriorates fast, so I recommend making a fresh batch every week.

To make this serum daytime friendly, I mix half/half with my moisturizer. Note: this is a small batch of serum as Vitamin C deteriorates fast, so I recommend making a fresh batch every week.

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