How to make your own Vitamin C serum : 1/4 tsp 100% L-ascorbic acid powder 1 tsp rosewater 1 tsp generic glycerin 1 amber-glass mixing bottle with pipette Dissolve the ascorbic acid in the rosewater. When it’s completely dissolved, add the glycerin. Use a funnel to pour the serum into a stoppered bottle. Apply serum generously to your face and neck in the morning; let it dry, and then apply your moisturizer. Store unused serum in a cool dark place. Make a new batch every few days.
Homemade Dough Enhancer for gluten free breads (Ingredients: 1/3 C granular lecithin, 1 tsp ground ginger, 1 tsp ascorbic acid, i.e., Vit. C powder) Mix ingredients together. Use the same amount of dough enhancer as the amount of yeast required by the recipe, adding it to the dry ingredients. Store remaining dough enhancer in the refrigerator in a tightly closed container.
Witch hazel is naturally anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial, making it excellent for helping reduce the appearance of acne, redness and skin irritation. It helps lock in moisture, making it a good choice for oily and dry skin, and is high in tannins that reduce the appearance of fine lines. Vitamin C helps tighten the skin and maintain the natural pH.