DIY FACE CREAM
Learn how to make your own DIY FACE CREAMS, 100% natural and homemade.
I created this homemade face moisturizer recipe with liquid soy lecithin because I was looking for a non-greasy alternative to a DIY face moisturizer without beeswax. While Beeswax is a great natural barrier for the skin, it can make the face cream heavier and leave a shiny film on the skin. This moisturizer has a light and liquid consistency and can be put into pumpable bottles. It absorbs in the skin very fast thanks to the jojoba oil and leaves it smooth and hydrated.
My DIY eye cream is going to give your under-eyes skin the TLC they deserve. Not only this homemade eye cream recipe is easy to make, but it’s also with all-natural ingredients such as evening primrose oil, shea butter, chamomile hydrosol, beeswax, and green tea leaf extract. The last ingredient is optional but is great if you have puffy eyes and dark circles. You can also substitute green tea extract by coffee arabica seed extract since it contains caffeine.
This organic face shea chantilly recipe is as easy as it can get; you can whip it up in 5 minutes. No water/oil phase, no double boiler needed, this is a cold process, all you need to to is WHIP IT BABY! This is the perfect face moisturizer for cold and dry weather as it contains no water and act as a protective barrier
This Organic face cream recipe is perfect for oily skin or sensitive skins. It is also suitable to all type of skin in the summer when we tend to produce more sebum. Kukui nut oil is definitely one of my favorite oil; I often use it pure and undiluted in the morning on my face.
I’ve been using this homemade anti aging cream with Uccuba butter, argan oil, shea butter and camelia seed oil for two months now and have noticed a difference in the appearance of my skin: less fine lines, more even tone, and it’s also helping to keep my acne at bay.
The invention of cold cream is credited to Galen, a physician in the second century from Greece. This cold cream is thick and softens when it touches the skin. It is perfect for dry skin on elbow, feet, and knees and also perfect for natural ways of removing makeup and to avoid eczema in dry parts of your body.
After lots of research and experiments, I have come up with my own DIY Face Moisturizer with Royal Jelly, a similar version of the “famous” Egyptian magic cream with jojoba oil, orange blossom hydrosol, bee propolis, royal jelly and beeswax. It works wonders for fine lines, wrinkles and as a homemade eye cream treatment.