Undereye circles, fine lines, wrinkles. The signs of wisdom, right? This DIY anti-aging eye cream has five simple, natural ingredients that might help your outlook on aging skin.
I don't know what it is, the fact that I am about to turn 40 or the fact that I simply do not want to pay hundreds of dollars for anti-aging products on the market. But I am loving creating and sharing these awesome anti-aging recipes.
If you haven't checked them out, here are a few recent recipes I've shared:
- DIY Anti-Aging Facial Toner
- DIY Redness Reducing Anti-Aging Face Serum
- DIY Face Serum for Aging Skin
It is beautiful to me, that simply mixing together a few pure, natural ingredients can create some of the most effective skin care recipes out there. And without the yucky chemicals you will find in all of those other products!
Isn't that just awesome??
If you would like a Personalized Face Serum Recipe, you can download your FREE DIY Face Serum Blueprint:
I am so excited about this as well. It took a lot of work, but this face serum blueprint will give you everything you need to know to create your own personalized face serum. AMAZING!
Ok, moving on to this awesome eye cream recipe….
Keep in mind that the eye area is extra delicate and prone to wrinkles and dark circles. The following ingredients are all great for specifically pampering the under eye area.
Cocoa butter– Cocoa Butter is the fat from the cacao bean and has the most amazing chocolaty aroma. It contains natural antioxidants and keeps skin super supple. Full of polyphenol antioxidants, this emollient adds a protective barrier to the skin to keep hydration in. It contains anti-oxidants like vitamin E, and is a medium/hard butter, making it useful for thickening products (source).
Coconut Oil – Coconut oil is known for its deeply penetrating and skin nourishing properties, it is anti-fungal in nature and contains very high levels of Vitamin E. It’s also high in lauric acid and helps form a protective barrier on the skin.
Rosehip Seed Oil – Contains vitamins A and E and essential fatty acids. It’s considered a dry oil since it absorbs so quickly. It helps soothe inflamed skin, reduce the appearance of scars and wrinkles, and skin discoloration.
Frankincense – prevents scars, tames wrinkles, soothes inflammation and promotes skin regeneration. Frankincense has a beautiful aroma and also promotes skin protection and speedy healing.
- Melt first 4 ingredients on low heat in a double-boiler / Pyrex water bath until just melted.
- Remove from heat.
- Pour into a clean bowl or another Pyrex.
- Allow to stand until it begins to thicken.
- Add in Frankincense essential oil.
- Use an immersion blender or egg beater to whip the mixture on low as it finishes cooling.
- Spoon or pipe into a container. Lasts for one year.
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