Simple Homemade 3-Ingredient Facial Oil Moisturizer – Customize It For Your Own Gorgeous Skin by Nice Angel - Musely
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Simple Homemade 3-Ingredient Facial Oil Moisturizer – Customize It For Your Own Gorgeous Skin

posted in Skin & Body
07/05/2014
  • My two favorite base oils are argan oil and/or jojoba oil, because they’re both verrrrrrrry healing and nourishing, they’re both very light and they sink into your skin without any feeling of greasiness, and they’re great for all skin types.
    My two favorite base oils are argan oil and/or jojoba oil, because they’re both verrrrrrrry healing and nourishing, they’re both very light and they sink into your skin without any feeling of greasiness, and they’re great for all skin types.
  • Tamanu oil (wonderful for acneic or oily skin, or skin with scars)
Sea buckthorn oil (powerfully nourishing, this is a great oil for all skin types, but especially aging or dry skin)
Rosehip seed oil (incredibly regenerating, this oil is known for it’s firming and anti-aging abilities.
    Tamanu oil (wonderful for acneic or oily skin, or skin with scars)
    Sea buckthorn oil (powerfully nourishing, this is a great oil for all skin types, but especially aging or dry skin)
    Rosehip seed oil (incredibly regenerating, this oil is known for it’s firming and anti-aging abilities.
  • There are FAR too many essential oils with skin benefits to list them all here, so I’m just picking and choosing a few of the more widely available or commonly known essential oils.
Lavender (acne, oily, or even dry skin – lavender is healing, but a little, tiny bit goes a long way)
    There are FAR too many essential oils with skin benefits to list them all here, so I’m just picking and choosing a few of the more widely available or commonly known essential oils.
    Lavender (acne, oily, or even dry skin – lavender is healing, but a little, tiny bit goes a long way)
  • Fill your small bottle just under 2/3 of the way with your base oil
    Add your “bonus nourishing” oil until the bottle is just about full (unless you’re using carrot seed oil, in which case just put in a few drops)
    Add ONLY 4-7 drops of essential oil. Less if you’re using peppermint, especially. Cap and shake well after each drop, and you can gauge, very roughly, just how much essential oil you’ll need. You should be able to smell it, but it should not be overpowering. Just faintly identifiable.
    And that’s it!
    Keep your facial oil out of the sunlight, and it should be good for 8-12 months.

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