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Homemade skin repairing and nourishing vitamin C drops

These homemade skin repairing and nourishing vitamin C drops are so easy to make and use one of nature’s most potent vitamins.

Vitamin C is known to have antioxidant properties. This means that it helps reduce aging by fighting free radicals, which are known to cause damage and aging. These anti-aging properties help reduce wrinkles.

Let’s take a look at how to make these homemade skin repairing and nourishing vitamin C drops.


Mix the following ingredients together:

1/2 tsp of vitamin C powder
1 tbsp of distilled water
2 tbsp of vegetable glycerine

• Add the mixture to a dark colored eye dropper to preserve the vitamin C

• If you have sensitive skin, add more water

• Do not add more vitamin C than what is listed in the recipe. Adding more could cause skin to burn, as vitamin C is acidic

• Use a few drops and rub onto areas of the skin that are damaged. Avoid contact with eyes and do not take orally.

Make sure ingredients are organic
Enjoy these homemade skin repairing and nourishing vitamin C drops! 

Note: None of the information in our website is intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease. The content on our website is for educational purposes only.

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1. “DIY Homemade Vitamin C Serum Recipe.” Wellness Mama®, Wellness Mama®, 4 Dec. 2017,

2. “Vitamin C.” Mayo Clinic, Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, 18 Oct. 2017,[/box]

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