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    Posted: Nov 01 2012 at 2:33pm
which products do you use and recommend?
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Purp just make your own! That way it's stable, fresher, and waaaaaay more affordable!

Ahem...and it works far better than the pricey brands. 

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Make your own serum/recipe: http://www.skincaretalk.com/t/34460/making-your-own-vitamin-c-serums


The above link is chock full of tips to get you started. My skin glows! I would never ever EVER purchase vitamin c. No way. Often the formula is less potent because vitamin c is very unstable. Yah....even the pricey "praised" brands. Don't do itCry

Eta; When you make your own you can also fool around with the strength. Love love love my homemade version. 




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Seducky, I would like to see those links as well because the vit C stuff I buy is not cheap for what its worth and anything I can make for cheaper vs buying I am all about that! Smile
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Thanks. I do like making my own stuff. And I bet I have all the ingredients already too.

you have a link/info  for phytoceramides too? lol
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Originally posted by Miss SDY Miss SDY wrote:

Seducky, I would like to see those links as well because the vit C stuff I buy is not cheap for what its worth and anything I can make for cheaper vs buying I am all about that! Smile


which one do you use? Money is no object when it comes to my face LOLLOL
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Originally posted by SeducTress SeducTress wrote:

Make your own serum/recipe: http://www.skincaretalk.com/t/34460/making-your-own-vitamin-c-serums


The above link is chock full of tips to get you started. My skin glows! I would never ever EVER purchase vitamin c. No way. Often the formula is less potent because vitamin c is very unstable. Yah....even the pricey "praised" brands. Don't do itCry


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My skin glows now but I'd like to keep it that way. I used to be a sun worshipper when I was younger and not afraid.
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Originally posted by SeducTress SeducTress wrote:

Make your own serum/recipe: http://www.skincaretalk.com/t/34460/making-your-own-vitamin-c-serums


The above link is chock full of tips to get you started. My skin glows! I would never ever EVER purchase vitamin c. No way. Often the formula is less potent because vitamin c is very unstable. Yah....even the pricey "praised" brands. Don't do itCry

Eta; When you make your own you can also fool around with the strength. Love love love my homemade version. 


Oooooooo I'm gonna try that
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Originally posted by SeducTress SeducTress wrote:

Make your own serum/recipe: http://www.skincaretalk.com/t/34460/making-your-own-vitamin-c-serums


The above link is chock full of tips to get you started. My skin glows! I would never ever EVER purchase vitamin c. No way. Often the formula is less potent because vitamin c is very unstable. Yah....even the pricey "praised" brands. Don't do itCry

Eta; When you make your own you can also fool around with the strength. Love love love my homemade version. 




I concur Big smileThumbs Up

Vitamin C is an unstable ingredient as Seducky stated.  For example:  A 2 oz product with vitamin C as an ingredient, the vitamin C evaporates the minute it is bottled.  The result a product with NO vitamin C.  It is best to add vitamin C to a product right before you use it.
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