Rinat e: Great vid! What kind of vitmic c do u use and where did you buy it? Thank
you so much!
TheRawBabe: You should add some glycerin to extend the shelf life. Otherwise, it has to
be used up right away due to the nature of vitamin C.
Ruby Vernekar: You are so pretty doll. Love your voice and skin. Please could you tell me
if only this serum is the secret for ur flawless face??
EndlessSky: This DIY most likely has the wrong pH.
Stealing Beauty: Good point, I didn't mention that in the video. Use the dropper to dampen a
cotton pad then apply to the face with light, upward strokes. If you go for
a different recipe/variation that makes the serum have a thicker
consistency (example: using glycerin... etc) then you could apply it with
totakay1: What is DIY stand fo
TwelveDreamsAi: How do you apply this?
Stealing Beauty: Greatings from Canada ;) Thank you so much for watching!!
mother earth: Do u notice a gritty/grainy consistency?
Stealing Beauty: My mom actually uses glycerin some times, minus the aloe. I love that you
can just tweak it to add a little something extra depending on what you
feel your skin needs. That's the fun with DIY. Thanks for the suggestions!
Sophie Koutles: hi tried to make the serum but just realised i bought the vitamin c powder
with calcium though it does say pure 100% vitamin C. is this still ok to
use. Also it was grainy. thanks
BeautyLoverShaa: I've never tried a skin serum but i want to. Definitely going to try this.
Thanks for the DIY never thought it would be so easy to make!
Stealing Beauty: Yup, that's why it's best to make it little by little so that you avoid
that from happening.
Jaspreet Sidhu: when did you start seen a difference?
Ladyhope27: Awesome!!! I was actually just reading about making my own, the other day!
thank you :)
Emma Alexander: This is a fabulous product for wrinkles, and stretch marks. I could not
live without it. Needs to keep Ultra Organic Argan Oil Treatment in their
inventory of product. I purchase it from ww/arganlife/nnet
Stealing Beauty: Do it yourself ;)
lholt84: How long have you been doing this for? How has it worked for you?
Jaspreet Sidhu: and does it get recked after a while or no?
NEISHA COLON: Hi, I also make my own. Try adding aloe gel and vegan glycerin, it makes it
thicker and hydrating. ;)
Stealing Beauty: No problem, you can definitely switch up the recipe. Like I mentioned,
there are tons of different variations, so it really depends on what type
of texture you prefer or what type of care your skin needs.
bingeureu: Thank you so much for this video, i'm gonna make one for me for sure! Aaand
you're so beautiful! (: greets and love from Italy!
Ellie S: Ah making it with rose water seems so ingenious! I tried and tried to make
it work with glycerine but never managed to dissolve crystals and I
actually react badly to glycerine. I'll give this a try. I used to use
ascorbic acid powder to help me get rid of those post acne marks. Must wear
SPF if doing this.
Chrixxyland: Can I use witch hazel water instead of rose water?
Yve Roses: i have ytried a vitamin C serum from the body shop. it takes time to see a
difference but i still like it.
TwelveDreamsAi: Thanks! :D
Hannah Banana: You can get vitamin C gel filled caplets, cut the end off and apply the gel
straight onto your skin. Use it Overnight. Not during the day. My mom used
to do this.
MegaAguamarina: DIY Vitamin C Serum and rose water is the best to use on your skin because
using rose water can help in reducing the redness from irritated or
over-heated skin, also prevent acne and pimples.Using this at night It
helps clear all impurities that your face has collected through the day. I
love ♥♥♥ this serum and its cheap to make great review Alexa! :)
Deschamsify: Can I just crush a regular vitamin C with water or mix it w lotion?
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