Simple Yet Effective Face Serums For All Skin Types/Issues

Regardless of our skin type, to keep our skin hydrated, protect it against the environment, and help avoid discomfort, we all need a great moisturizer. When we generally wash our face, we often strip our skin of natural oils. By using a face serum, we are replenishing the natural oils on our faces. Here in this article, we are sharing some easy & effective DIY face serum recipes.

For Scarring/discoloration

  • 1 tablespoon rosehip oil
  • 1 tablespoon pumpkin seed oil
  • 6-9 drops of frankincense essential oil
  1. Take a dark color bottle and add all the oils in the mentioned quantity.
  2. Use a funnel to avoid spilling.
  3. Once done, just shake the bottle to mix all the oils together.

One study showed that in some scars, linoleic acid could help minimize hyperpigmentation.
Rosehip could help if you have smooth dark-colored scars leftover from old acne breakouts.
But in reducing discoloration and scarring, rosehip oil has been shown to be successful.
If you are searching for a repair serum to hydrate scars or fix discoloration, you can also combine rosehip with other rich oil pumpkin seeds.
To maximize its longevity, keep any product with rose oil in the refrigerator and treat yourself to a soothing serum every day.

For Dry skin type

  • 1 tablespoon argan oil
  • 1 tablespoon sweet almond oil
  • 6-9 drops of geranium essential oil (optional)
  1. Take a dark color bottle and add all the oils in the mentioned quantity.
  2. Use a funnel to avoid spilling.
  3. Once done, just shake the bottle to mix all the oils together.

Argan oil has an extremely hydrating effect on dry skin due to its high levels of vitamin E and essential fatty acids.
Due to its moisture-trapping properties, the oil is suitable for mature skin.
It’s a moisturizing device that helps with certain anti-aging goals.

For Acne-prone skin

  • 1 tablespoon hemp seed oil
  • 6-9 drops of tea tree essential oil
  1. Take a dark color bottle and add all the oils in the mentioned quantity.
  2. Use a funnel to avoid spilling; once done, just shake the bottle to mix all the oils together.
  3. You might have noticed that tea tree oil in skin care products is becoming a common ingredient, and it is not without purpose.

A natural way of treating skin problems is tea tree oil.
If it’s blisters on your skin, or cold sores or hair drops, or even acne, it can cure a broad range of problems.
Terpene, a typical oil that destroys the microbial action of the skin, includes tea tree oil.
Thus, Terpene targets propionibacterium, shielding the skin from acne-causing bacteria, and reducing acne breakout levels.

How to use a serum

Put 2-3 drops in the palms of your hands and pat the serum gently on your face until it is absorbed (rubbing it in a little will not cause wrinkles, the skin needs reinforcement stimulation, and it does not hurt elasticity).
Follow with your favorite moisturizer until the serum is fully dry and absorbed to lock in certain active ingredients so that it can work its magic.

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