how to add vitamin c booster to a toner DIY instructions

How to Add a Vitamin C Booster to Toners

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Boosters are a great way to customize your skincare to provide exactly what your skin needs when it needs it. This Vitamin C booster adds an extra 1% of vitamin C to your toner for days when you need a little extra Vitamin C therapy for your skin. In this recipe we use our Antioxidant Toner, but feel free to experiment with our other toners to maximize the benefits you’re looking for.

Want to know more about Vitamin C varieties and how to use them in skin care? Check out this blog.

Follow along with Teeneke in her step by step video or jump below for written instructions.


Antioxidant Toner
Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (MAP) Vitamin C

Equipment You’ll Need
Beaker or similar container

Difficulty Level: Very Easy
Approximate yield: 1 Pound – approximately 8 – 2oz bottles
Approximate cost per pound: $5.83 ( for both toner and MAP)
Suggested packaging: 2oz bottle with spray top
Suggested retail price: $5 – $10 each

Ingredient                                           Lbs         Kitchen        Percentage by weight
Antioxidant Toner:                                      0.9901       16oz (1lb)                      99%
Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (MAP) Vitamin C:  0.0099        ½ Tbsp                         1%


1. Add Toner to a beaker or another container.
2. Slowly sprinkle MAP into toner.
3. Mix well until all powder is dissolved.
4. Use anytime day or night!

Please note that this recipe has not been challenge tested for preservation efficacy. If you use this recipe for market sales, it is up to you to ensure the safety of the product.

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