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DIY Natural Face Cream Recipe for Radiant Skin

Taking care of your skin doesn't have to involve complicated routines or expensive products. With a basic face cream recipe, you can create a moisturising and refreshing cream that's tailored to your skin's needs. In this post, I'll guide you through a simple yet effective DIY face cream recipe that uses natural ingredients. This recipe is not only customisable but also a delightful creation that will leave your skin feeling heavenly. It's perfect for various skin types, and you can easily adjust the ingredients based on what you have on hand.


Oily Phase:
- 30g of Jojoba Oil (or Argan, Olive, Coconut, etc., depending on your skin type)
- 5.6g of Pure Beeswax

Aqueous Phase:
- 40g of Rose Hydrolat (Labrador Tea, Lavender, Neroli, etc., depending on your skin type)
- 16.6g of Aloe Gel
- 1.3g of Plant-based Glycerin

- 5 drops of Vitamin E
- 12 drops of Essential Oils (Lavender, Rose, Tea Tree, Cedarwood, etc., depending on your skin type) Note: Avoid using essential oils during pregnancy or on young children.


1. Clean and Sterilise:
Begin by cleaning and sterilising your pots, utensils, and containers to ensure a hygienic preparation process.

2. Melt the Oily Phase:
In a double boiler, melt the chosen oil (Jojoba, Argan, Olive, Coconut, etc.) along with the beeswax wax. Stir the ingredients together until well-combined.

3. Warm the Aqueous Phase:
Similarly, warm the aqueous ingredients (Rose Hydrolat, Aloe Gel, Glycerin) over low heat in a double boiler. Stir the mixture to combine.

4. Whisk the Oily Phase:
Use a hand-held mixer to whisk the oily phase for 5 to 10 seconds. Pause for 5 minutes to allow the mixture to cool slightly.

5. Combine the Phases:
Add the melted oils to the warmed aqueous mix, whisking together for 10 seconds. Pause and continue whisking until the mixture emulsifies properly. You'll notice the mix becoming whiter, with a texture similar to whipped cream.

6. Refrigerate:
Refrigerate the mixture until it cools.

7. Add Additives:
Once cooled, add the essential oils and Vitamin E to enhance the cream's benefits.

8. Pour and Refrigerate:
Pour the final mixture into your containers and refrigerate. The cream can be stored in the refrigerator for a few months, allowing you to use it as needed.

This DIY face cream recipe offers a simple yet effective way to nourish your skin with natural ingredients. Whether you have dry, oily, or sensitive skin, customise the recipe to meet your specific needs. With the guidance of this recipe, you can enjoy a moisturising and refreshing face cream that's not only easy to make but also a delightful addition to your skincare routine. Remember, the key to radiant skin lies in the simplicity and purity of natural ingredients.

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