Homemade Eye Serum With Age-Defying Botanicals

Eye serums are irresistible. A beauty product that can reduce puffiness, fine lines, dark circles, essentially making you look younger, what more can you ask for?  I am all for creams and serums that are high in nourishing, soothing, moisturizing natural ingredients. I don't believe that even the most expensive serum can work wonders, but I believe if you double check your list of ingredients, you can find a product that helps on any budget .... or make your own.

Because beauty products that are designed to fix all of those tired, sagging under eye problems are a must-have for women over 30, the prices can be pretty steep for a tiny bottle or jar of a miracle eye cream. My money savvy solution, you've heard it before, make your own.

To make an amazing homemade eye serum, all you need are the following ingredients:

  • 1 ounce rose hip oil
  • 1 ounce argan oil
  • 6 drops carrot seed essential oil
  • 4 drops sandalwood essential oil

Rose hip and argan are two of the delicate skin moisturizers. They are high in antioxidants and essential fatty acids to keep skin soft and smooth looking and to slow down the oxidative damage. They won't weigh down the delicate area of skin under your eyes.

Carrot seed essential oil is made from the seeds of Queen Anne's lace, which is also known as wild carrot. It is one of the best skin rejuvenators with a high carotol content. It is also great for relieving puffiness with diuretic properties. Sandalwood essential oil helps the skin by helping it to retain moisture; less dryness, less of that aging, loose skin.

Add the rose hip and argan oil to a darkly colored glass dropper bottle and then add the essential oils. Shake well before each use. You only need a drop for each eye, morning and night. Store away from light, moisture, and heat. If you like it, then make a bottle of this homemade eye serum for your friends. They will love you for it.
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While I love my skin, I am not actually a dermatologist or a medical professional. The information on this site is not meant to treat or diagnose any health issues.