Dewy, glowing skin: homemade Vitamin C face masks to try right now

Dewy, glowing skin: homemade Vitamin C face masks to try right now

Who wouldn't want to remove skin spots, and small wrinkles, or get a glowy complexion? If you are a skincare lover, you might need to check these 100% effective tips and tricks!

Vitamin C is famous for a very good reason: it is exceptional. Vitamin C is now available in serums, lotions, and creams –and in fact, topical vitamin C is 20 times more powerful than oral intake. Vitamin C is a favorite in cosmetics because of its rejuvenating qualities. Its main function is the production of collagen, which restores elasticity and luminosity to the skin. But it also has several skin-healing properties that make it a must-have in your skincare product list of supplies. 

Benefits for the skin:

Orange juice helps to lighten skin tone.

Homemade vitamin C-infused face masks

1. Citrus scrub

What you need

Method:

  1. Mix the orange juice with the tablespoon of sugar and mix.
  2. Then add the tablespoon of olive oil.
  3. Apply the contents of the bowl to all sectors of your face, including the lips.
  4. Massage gently in circular movements repeatedly and then leave on for 15 minutes, so that the skin absorbs vitamin C from the orange.
  5. Remove very gently with water and pat dry.
Kiwi is an antioxidant-laden fruit that provides numerous benefits to the skin.

2. Citrus face mask

What you need

Method:

  1. Slice the kiwi into cubes, and blend with the orange juice and honey.
  2. Apply the mask evenly all over your face and neck, avoiding contact with the eyes.
  3. Massage with your fingers in small circular and smooth movements so that the skin absorbs the nutrient and to stimulate circulation.
  4. Leave on for 20 minutes and rinse with warm water.
Make this egg face mask with lemon.

3. Egg and citrus mask

What you need

Method:

  1. Mix one egg with the juice of the orange and the lemon and beat until obtaining a homogeneous mixture.
  2. Place the mask on the face and massage with your fingers in small circular and smooth movements so that the skin absorbs the mask and to stimulate circulation.
  3. Leave on for 10 minutes and rinse with lukewarm water.

These tips will help you get moist and glowing skin. These homemade vitamin C masks to try right now. Reach: Always do a patch test on any natural mask and do not use it if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.

Cathy Mason

Cathy has spent most of her professional life discovering homemade beauty remedies, old and new. Using her extensive knowledge of natural ingredients, Cathy will provide expert advice on how to tackle everyday skincare problems with straightforward natural lotions and potions. + info

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