2. Add the witch hazel slowly, you may need more or less than called for to get the right consistency.
3. Apply to a clean face with a brush or your fingers.
4. Let it sit on your skin until it has just become dry, about 20 minutes. Be careful to not let it sit on your skin too long after it has dried as it can draw the moisture out of your skin and leave you with dry skin.
5. Wash off with warm water, lightly scrubbing in a circular motion for gentle exfoliation. Finish with a light spritz of DIY Vitamin C Serum and your favorite face oil.
Use this mask once or twice weekly to get the most anti-aging or anti-acne benefit.
*T=tablespoon and t=teaspoon
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