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Best DIY face mist for glowing skin

You probably have some white vinegar and lemon juice at home. If not, pick up a bottle of each along with a container of Vitamin C Crystals (Ascorbic Acid) Powder. These three ingredients combined with some water in a spray bottle will do amazing wonders for your face.

What you need

  • Fine Mist Spray Bottle
  • Water
  • All natural distilled white vinegar
  • 100% Lemon juice
  • Vitamin C Crystals (Ascorbic Acid) Powder

What to do with the items

Half-fill your spray bottle with water, add 1 tsp lemon juice, 1 tsp vinegar, 1 tsp Vitamin C crystals. Shake it up to thoroughly mix, making sure vitamin c crystals fully dissolve. Add more water to fill the spray bottle. Shake up some more. Use as a hydrating mist throughout the day. Always shake before use.

What it will do for your skin

We’re all different and won’t all experience the same results when we try any skin care remedy. These results come strictly from personal use of this recipe. Sometimes, depending what’s going on in my life, my skin can tend to become extremely dull and lifeless. Left untended long enough my skin will get to a point of looking quite rough (which is to say bumpy, riddled with blemishes, unclean and lackluster).

This DIY face mist recipe significantly transforms my skin after days of use. My skin looks cleaner and clearer. It becomes noticeably brighter. It feels softer and smoother and looks healthier and more glowing.

Best DIY face mist for glowing skin
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Things to consider:

1 tsp of Vitamin C crystals diluted in just 1/2 cup of water might be strong for some. Please do your own research to make sure you feel comfortable using Vitamin C crystals in any quantity as an ingredient in your face mist. I am not a scientist. I cook up experiments to use on myself and this is one of those. I use the face mist daily with no side effects, but that does not mean your experience will be the same as mine. Vinegar on the skin can have adverse effect for some people, as can lemon juice, as can Vitamin C crystals.

If you do try this recipe, use a spray bottle that will release the mixture in a hydrating mist, and spray your face throughout the day. Make sure not to get it in your eyes.

For some spraying this mist on your face might become drying after a while. Just keep a light, gentle moisturizer handy and apply as needed. Another thing to consider is sunscreen. If your moisturizer contains sunscreen that will be ideal. It’s advised to use sunscreen when using vitamin c based products on your skin. There’s debate over the question of whether Vitamin C makes your skin sun sensitive. Some say yes, others say it’s a myth. As someone who has experimented with creating DIY vitamin C based serums that I’ve used on my face, it’s been my personal experience that failure to use sunscreen adversely affects your skin.

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Hello, I'm Adela Lewis aka singer songwriter Adelamonica. I am the founder of avenuesixty.com. Aside from singing and songwriting, I enjoy writing in general, modeling, dancing and doing things that bring some little joy to my experience of living. I am also an active freelance web developer, graphics designer and (once prolific but now on hiatus) web applications developer.

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