Facial Serum Recipes

By / 16th October, 2019 / Healing Tips / No Comments

Facial serum recipes don’t have to be loaded with chemicals and preservatives. Here are three oil based serums that can nourish and improve skin in record time, when applied every day. Oil based serums are the easiest to make, and are helpful for every skin type from dry to normal to oily skin. In fact, many botanical oils and essential oils help slow down excess oil production, reduce inflammation, and keep pores clear.

How to use facial serums: Apply a few drops at a time to clean skin, free of make-up. Spread serum under eyes, on forehead, face and neck. Make sure you use upward and outward strokes as you apply it. You can apply it once or twice daily. It is especially good to apply it before going to sleep, giving the serum lots of time to do its work!

Below are three facial serum recipes to try out. Check our BLOG for a post on how to make emulsion based serums!

Rejuvenating Serum

This facial serum recipe is suitable for all skin types. It is a wonderfully balancing, healing and rejuvenating blend. It repairs skin damage, fades sunspots, and nourishes skin.

Recipe for a 30ml blend:

15ml jojoba

15ml rose hip oil

6 drops frankincense essential oil

3 drops neroli essential oil

2 drops geranium essential oil

2 drops green tea CO2 extract

Acne Relief Serum

For acne, oily and normal skin types. This blend is helpful for reducing pores; clearing skin congestion and blocked pores; and balancing sebum production.

Recipe for a 30ml blend:

20 ml jojoba

6 drops petitgrain (combava or bigarade)

6 drops lemon

Anti-Aging Serum

A wonderfully emollient blend of some of the the best regenerating and rejuvenating oils. For all skin types, especially aging skin, wrinkled, drying, saggy, or damaged skin.

Recipe for a 30ml blend:

15ml rose hip oil

15ml raspberry seed oil

4 drops seabuckthorn berry oil

4 drops frankincense essential oil

4 drops lavender essential oil

4 drops carrot seed CO2 extract

1 drop Vitamin E

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