DIY Vitamin C Spray
  1. Combine the rosehips and apple cider vinegar in a clean glass jar and store it in a cabinet for 4-6 weeks.
  2. The vinegar will become a deep, dark red over time.
  3. Strain out the plant material using a cheesecloth or fine strainer.
  4. If you want a super concentrated vitamin C spray, you can add more fresh rosehips to the strained liquid and let it sit even longer for a double extraction.
  5. 1 cup of rosehips contains about 541 mg of Vitamin C as a point of reference.
  6. When you are satisfied with your extraction, simply bottle up the strained liquid into a spray bottle.
  7. You can add a few drops of your favorite essential oil if the smell of vinegar will bother you, but I find that the smell evaporates pretty quickly.
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