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Want Glowing Skin? Make Your Own Vitamin C Serum At Home Using These Easy-Peasy Recipes

Ayushi VermaAyushi Verma  |  May 4, 2021
DIY Vitamin C Serum Recipes

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Ever since we’ve been introduced to the glow-enhancing properties of vitamin C serums, it has emerged as the superstar product in our skincare routine. Vitamin C is the multi-tasking, miracle worker that helps with most skincare woes. From turbo-charged brightening abilities to fading away dark spots and anti-ageing benefits- it really works wonders!

Although the market is flooded with uncountable promising vitamin C serums, the majority of formulas skew on the expensive side. So if you wish to reap the benefits of this modern-day hero ingredient without breaking the bank we have just the recipes for you! Keep scrolling for DIY Vitamin C serums that are perf for all skin types and will make your skin ridiculously smooth and plump.

 

DIY Vitamin C Serums That Will Give You Glowing Skin Instantly

To Fade Spots & Pigmentation

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You’ll Need:

  • Vitamin C tablets
  • Rosewater
  • Glycerin
  • Vitamin E capsule
  • An empty glass bottle with a dropper
  • Bowl
  • Wooden spoon

Method:

Step 1: In a bowl, add 2 crushed vitamin C tablets and 2 tbsp rosewater and blend them thoroughly.

Step 2: Next, cut open 1 vitamin E tablet and add 1 tbsp glycerine. Mix everything well using the wooden spoon.

Step 3: Once it reaches the desired consistency, pour your DIY vitamin C serum into a glass bottle and it’s ready to be used.

Trust us! This serum will dramatically fade old acne scars and dark spots. 

Also Read: Homemade Vitamin C Serum

To Hydrate And Re-Texturise Skin

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You’ll Need:

  • Vitamin C powder
  • Filtered water
  • Fresh aloe vera gel or aloe vera juice
  • Vitamin E oil 

Method:

Step 1: In a bowl, add 1 teaspoon of vitamin C powder. You can make it by crushing the vitamin C tablets. Then add 1 teaspoon of filtered water and whisk the ingredients thoroughly until the powder is completely dissolved.

Step 2: Next, add 1 tablespoon of aloe vera gel OR 2 teaspoons of aloe vera juice to the mix. Rip open a vitamin E capsule and pour the ingredients into the bowl. Blend it well till the consistency feels fine.

Step 3: Pour the serum into a funnel bottle and store the bottle in the fridge for 1-2 weeks. After two weeks, you may notice a change in the pH level and it may have a different colour and consistency depending on the ingredients. It will either be pink or white.

This one will dramatically fade acne scars and dark spots.

 

To Give A Boost Of Radiance

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You’ll Need:

  • Distilled water
  • Vegetable glycerin 
  • Pure aloe vera 
  • Ascorbic acid powder 
  • Glass dropper bottle

Method:

Step 1: In a bowl, add 4 teaspoons of distilled water, ¼ teaspoon of glycerine, and aloe vera each. Mix the ingredients thoroughly.

Step 2: Next, add Vitamin C powder to the mix. Cover the jar with a lid and shake it well until Vitamin C powder is completely dissolved.

Step 3: Pour into a glass dropper bottle and it’s ready to use.

Not only does it help protect the skin from sun damage but it also evens out the skin tone and promotes collagen production.

How To Use Vitamin C Serum Correctly?

Incorporate Vitamin C serum into your a.m. and p.m. routine for best results. Wash your face with a cream cleanser, apply a toner, and layer it with vitamin C serum to boost hydration.

If you’re looking for an instant way to brighten up your dull-looking complexion, consider adding the MyGlamm GLOW Iridescent Brightening Moisturising Cream to your skincare repertoire. Apply this after your vitamin C serum and get glowing in seconds.

Get ready to glow with these easy-peasy DIYs!

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