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Here are all the products sampled in the July naturalBOX!  One of our lucky #Subbies will win FULL size products from the July BOX!!  If you are not on the list you should be!  If you’re not a #subbie…you really should be!!  SNEEK PEAK for the August box is coming soon! @zosimosbotanicals @agarnetrose @7thheavennaturals @giovannicosmetics @mielleorganics @odwalla #mynaturalbox #naturalbeautyinabox #wellnessinabox #teamnatural

Here are all the products sampled in the July naturalBOX! One of our lucky #Subbies will win FULL size products from the July BOX!! If you are not on the list you should be! If you’re not a #subbie…you really should be!! SNEEK PEAK for the August box is coming soon! @zosimosbotanicals @agarnetrose @7thheavennaturals @giovannicosmetics @mielleorganics @odwalla #mynaturalbox #naturalbeautyinabox #wellnessinabox #teamnatural

Vitamin C is also one of the most effective ingredients to combat and prevent signs of aging thanks to its ability to stimulate collagen production in a serious way.

The kicker: Your DIY vitamin C toner is even more effective than most items you can buy over the counter, and I’ll tell you why.

Vitamin C is the preferred ingredient for collagen stimulation and proven effectiveness. The problem, however, is that vitamin C is quite fickle and does not last long once integrated into serums, creams, toners and other beauty products. In short, it oxidizes quickly, especially when introduced to air or light, and therefore becomes ineffective. 

Ingredients
1 teaspoon Vitamin C Powder 
1 teaspoon distilled water
1 teaspoon glycerin (optional) 
⅛ teaspoon Vitamin E (optional) 
Small amber or dark glass bottle 
**I add a few drops of jojoba oil for my acne prone combo skin.**

Instructions:
Mix ingredients in a small bowl until the granules are dissolved.
If you omit glycerin and vitamin E add an extra teaspoon of water so that your serum isn’t too strong.
Transfer to a dark glass bottle.
Apply to the skin at night after cleansing and toning.
Let the serum soak in and then apply your moisturizer as usual.
There you have it folks! 
Source: primallyinspired.com and xovain.com  #mynaturalbox #naturalbeautyinabox #naturalboxtips #naturalskincare #browngirls #brownbeauty #teamnatural #wellnessinabox

Vitamin C is also one of the most effective ingredients to combat and prevent signs of aging thanks to its ability to stimulate collagen production in a serious way.

The kicker: Your DIY vitamin C toner is even more effective than most items you can buy over the counter, and I’ll tell you why.

Vitamin C is the preferred ingredient for collagen stimulation and proven effectiveness. The problem, however, is that vitamin C is quite fickle and does not last long once integrated into serums, creams, toners and other beauty products. In short, it oxidizes quickly, especially when introduced to air or light, and therefore becomes ineffective.

Ingredients
1 teaspoon Vitamin C Powder
1 teaspoon distilled water
1 teaspoon glycerin (optional)
⅛ teaspoon Vitamin E (optional)
Small amber or dark glass bottle
**I add a few drops of jojoba oil for my acne prone combo skin.**

Instructions:
Mix ingredients in a small bowl until the granules are dissolved.
If you omit glycerin and vitamin E add an extra teaspoon of water so that your serum isn’t too strong.
Transfer to a dark glass bottle.
Apply to the skin at night after cleansing and toning.
Let the serum soak in and then apply your moisturizer as usual.
There you have it folks!
Source: primallyinspired.com and xovain.com #mynaturalbox #naturalbeautyinabox #naturalboxtips #naturalskincare #browngirls #brownbeauty #teamnatural #wellnessinabox