Face serums can get super pricey, and if you really take a look at the ingredients (the very few that you can actually pronounce or recognize) a lot of them have the same common ingredients but they’re hidden behind really large words.
Skip the expensive serums full of chemicals and preservatives and make your own DIY version at home–it’s super easy! Here’s what you’ll need and why you need it:
Frankincense Oil (5 Drops): Frankincense oil stimulates a new generation of cells while protecting the existing ones from getting further damage. It also tightens and tones sagging skin while improving your complexion. Buy HERE.
Rosehip Seed Oil (1/2 TBSP): Rosehip Seed Oil is harvested from the seeds of rose bushes predominately grown in Chile, and is full of vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids that are known to correct dark spots and hydrate dry, itchy skin, all while reducing scars and fine lines. Buy HERE.
Jojoba Oil (1 TBSP): Jojoba Oil is a carrier oil, which means you’ll be using more this oil than anything else in your mixture. It helps blend all the oils together. Jojoba oil is an excellent oil for skincare because it helps seal in moisture, controls oily skin, is great for acne prone skin, has been known to help improve eczema and psoriasis and reduces the effects of sunburn. Buy HERE.
Carrot Seed Oil (5 Drops): Carrot Seed Oil is a powerful antioxidant that helps reduce wrinkles. Buy HERE.
For a super easy tutorial on how to make this amazing serum, check out the video below: