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The elixir your skin needs! DYI Vitamin E serum

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Vitamin E not only makes your skin glow, but can also help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and hyperpigmentation. Here's how to make a vitamin E serum at home.   

The monsoon season in all its glory means that your skin is prone to breakouts, sluggishness and moisture. To cope with this situation, a skin serum with natural ingredients can help. Homemade serums based on vitamin E are various over-the-counter products, but you can make your own vitamin E serum directly from home. It helps you achieve glowing skin that is free of oils and clogged pores.   

It is an effective stimulant of collagen production, repairs fine lines and wrinkles and inhibits melanin formation. It also helps to soften dark spots and lighten skin tone. It helps to nourish the skin, moisturize it, support skin repair and protect it from breakouts. It acts as an antioxidant and protects against free radicals and damage caused by UV radiation, pollution and natural ageing. It has anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce dark circles, redness and infections

This nutrient-rich serum acts as a luminosity booster for the skin and should be part of your skin care toolkit. Put rose water in a bowl and combine with Aloe Vera gel. Mix well to ensure that all lumps are removed. After dissolving all the ingredients, slit open the vitamin E capsule and add the powder to the bowl.    

Break up the vitamin C tablets and add to the mixture. Then add the glycerin and stir the mixture well. Once the ingredients are completely dissolved and mixed, place the mixture in a clean container and keep the day in the fridge. After that, your serum is ready for use. Start cleansing your face at night.    

Massage the serum into your face and neck area with a recurring tapping motion with your fingertips or palm. Do not rub the serum in, but simply let it absorb into the skin. You can use this vitamin E serum throughout the day, but do not forget to apply sunscreen after it has been absorbed into the skin. This serum has a short shelf life so remember to use it every two weeks after a batch is made. Can't wait to create your own vitamin E serum for healthy, fair skin.  I'm sure you will love it!


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