DIY Hydrating Night Time Skin Repair Serum
April 3, 2021 Written by GP Team
Serums are a great way to add moisture, nutrients and improve the overall health of the skin.
This DIY serum is made with only 2 ingredients, and it works like cram on the skin.
- 2 tablespoons rosehip seed oil
- 6-12 drops of the following essential oil
- Carrot Seed
- Lavender Essential Oil
- Tea Tree Essential Oil
- Turmeric Essential Oil
- Add rosehip seed oil and essential oil of your choice to a glass bottle container.
- Rub the bottle in between the palm of your hands to mix the oils together.
- Use a glass bottle with a dropper pump for easy application.
- Then, take 3-4 drops of oil mixture, warm the oil in between your palms to activate the goodness of the ingredients.
- Massage the oil gently on cleansed, toned, exfoliated, hydrated skin.
- As this region is super fragile and is the
- first, to show signs of aging, don’t forget your neck.
- Since it is a dry oil that absorbs easily, if desired, you can apply it in the morning as well.
- You can store this serum for as long as the expiry date of the oils that you have used to make the serum.
Rosehip Seed Oil:
- In studies to help skin repair, elasticity and firmness rose seed oil has been shown to be cold-pressed from the seeds of a wild forest rose found mainly in Chile.
- It promotes the development of collagen, moisturizes and plumps the skin, helps to even tone the skin and fade brown spots, promotes scar healing (including stretch marks), and relieves eczema and psoriasis.
- It has trans-retinoic acid, which is a vitamin A derivative.
- If you’re not familiar with the skin benefits of topical vitamin A, one thing to note is that it stimulates the development of collagen.
- Rose seed oil is so gentle that it is considered ideal for all skin types, including acne-prone and extremely sensitive skin, and is also used to facilitate the healing of damaged skin from the sun.
- Rose seed oil is extremely rich in fatty acids, which are essential.
- About 70% of the oil consists of two basic components, linoleic and linolenic acid, which enhance hydration and skin elasticity.
- It also contains a large amount of vitamin C, necessary for the synthesis of collagen.
Lavender Essential Oil:
- Lavender has a distinct, soothing fragrance. It is often used in aromatherapy and in commercial bath products.
- It may help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines when applied to the skin.
- It is useful in the treatment of skin conditions such as acne, eczema, and wrinkles can help.
- It also helps to repair scar tissues, which can be important for wounds, cuts, and burns to be healed.
- In order to treat insect bites and itchy skin, lavender can also help.
- Cover your skin every day from the sun.
- Eat a healthy, balanced diet.
- Research has shown that consuming plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables will help prevent the harm that leads to premature aging of the skin.
- Research findings also indicate that a diet containing a lot of sugar or other refined carbohydrates can accelerate aging.
- Use a facial moisturizer every day.
- Avoid the use of chemical skincare items that sting or burn.