An easy formula for DIY Vitamin C serum: Take the 30 ml dropper bottle & add 1 teaspoon vitamin c powder | 1 ½ tablespoon aloe vera gel | 1/8th teaspoon vitamin e capsule oil| 5 drops of glycerine. Fill the bottle with water till the neck & shake for 1 min. Leave it overnight and use it the next day. You can also use your customized ingredients.
COMBINATIONS TO TRY (EXTERNAL USE)
Vitamin C with niacinamide: The interaction converts the niacinamide and ascorbic acid into niacinamide ascorbate which is yellow in color. Very good for the skin.
Vitamin C with Retinol: The best combination for anti-aging.
Benefits of vitamin C powder (internal use)
May help cold | flu.
May help to promote wound healing | Inflammation.
May boost immune system | Natural anti-oxidant.
May Increase collagen production.
May promote healthy hair, skin, and nails.
May help to promote weight loss.
How to use (internal use)
Use it in juices, salads, jam, oats, cereals, a pinch of vitamin C in tea/coffee, etc. Do not mix it in water and drink directly, since vitamin C is sour in taste, it may cause discomfort.
COMBINATIONS TO TRY (INTERNAL USE)-
Vitamin C with Zinc: May protect against respiratory tract infections like the common cold, viruses, etc. It also boosts the immune system.
Vitamin C with Iron: Vitamin C enhances/increases iron absorption.
Vitamin C with Vitamin D: Helps to fight viruses, flu, and boost the immune system.
Vitamin C with rose hips: Rosehips contain a high amount of ascorbic acid and are a natural anti-oxidant. Having it along with the powder boosts your vitamin C levels.
Vitamin C with Vitamin D & Zinc: May help to protect against coronavirus.Know as the best combination.
Dosage (daily intake):As a dietary supplement, take 1000mg (1/4 rounded teaspoon) daily with meals, or as directed by the physician.
Ingredients: Vitamin C (As Ascorbic acid)
Formula: 1 gm contains 1000 mg of vitamin C.
Suitable for: Adults, Children, Vegetarians, during pregnancy & breastfeeding.
Cautions/Allergies:It's free from wheat, gluten, yeast, dairy, soya, nuts, shellfish.
Side effects: Taking vitamin C over 1000 mg may cause stomach discomfort.