Vitamin C serums can go off quickly, or be expensive… this super easy DIY version takes only a few minutes to make, is cheap as chips (probably cheaper), and is guaranteed to be fresh!
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In this video:
🍊 What does vitamin C do?
🍊 What’s wrong with vitamin C?
🍊 Why a DIY serum?
🍊 What you need
🍊 How to make the serum
Blog post with more info and recipe here:
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Nutribiotic pure ascorbic acid powder:
NOW Foods pure ascorbic acid powder (slightly cheaper):
Amber glass dropper bottle:
pH strips – I use these ones but cheaper ones will work as well:
Baking soda, medicine cup, deionised/demineralised/distilled water, aluminium foil, scissors, paper: local supermarket
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