Easy Facial Serum Recipes
Application: Shake the serum prior to use and then massage the 1 to 2 drops into the skin as follows:
Start at the chin and then move your hands in small circles until you reach the cheeks, around the eyes, and the forehead. Add another drop or two and apply on the chest and neck in an upward motion.
Serums should be stored in a dark sterilized glass bottle and then refrigerated.
|Serum for Normal Skin||1/2 ounce Jojoba oil|
1/4 ounce Evening Primrose oil
15 drops vitamin E oil
8 drops Geranium essential oil
8 drops Frankincense essential oil
8 drops Carrot Seed essential oil,
Fill bottle halfway with Jojoba oil then add essential oils and shake well.
|Dry Skin Serum||1/2 ounce avocado oil|
1/2 ounce Evening Primrose oil
6 drops Geranium essential oil Do not use if pregnant
3 drops lavender essential oil
2 drops German chamomile
In a one ounce bottle, fill bottle halfway with avocado oil then add essential oils and shake. Add the primrose oil and shake again.
|Oily Skin Serum||1/2 ounce apricot oil|
1/2 ounce hazelnut or jojoba oil
6 drops rosemary essential oil
3 drops juniper essential oil
4 drops neroli essential oil
In one ounce bottle, fill bottle halfway with apricot oil then add essential oils and shake. Add half ounce of hazelnut or jojoba oil and shake again.
|Sensitive Skin Serum||1/2 ounce Jojoba oil|
1/2 ounce rosehip seed oil
3 drops everlasting essential oil
2 drops German chamomile
6 drops Geranium essential oil
In a one ounce bottle, fill bottle halfway with jojoba oil then add essential oils and shake. Add half ounce of rosehip seed oil and shake again.
|Revitalize Serum||2 teaspoons rosehip seed oil|
2 teaspoons Camellia oil
2 teaspoons Evening Primrose oil
1/4 teaspoon vitamin E oil
Blend all oils together. Shake before use. Massage 5 to 6 drops of oil into face, neck and throat. Shelf life is approximately 6 months.
|Vitamin C Facial Serum||Active Ingredient: 1/2 teaspoon Vitamin C also known as L-ascorbic acid. Do not use vitamin C tablets or calcium Ascorbate. |
1 teaspoon glycerin
1 teaspoon water (preferably distilled)
Dissolve the l-ascorbic acid in 1 teaspoon of water in small glass sterilized container. Make sure the acid has dissolved before proceeding. Add 1 teaspoon glycerin and mix well. Apply once a day, preferably at night and increase to twice daily if your skin tolerates the serum. Store in dark container and store in cool, dry place.
Light degrades the vitamin C. Watch for yellowing of your serum- it indicates oxidation. As it undergoes oxidation the ascorbic acid takes on a yellowish tinge, so it is important to check your creams or serums before you put them on your face, and if there is any yellow discoloration, DISCARD.
Vitamin C has been shown to stimulate collagen, reduce fine lines and wrinkles and protect against sun damage.
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