It’s time to stop looking for the best anti-aging product.
These products cost too much, and you don’t need all those harmful chemicals. So, who don’t you opt for a healthier alternative instead?
You can actually make your own natural product using anti-aging product.
We give you the greatest carrier oils.
You will also get information about the best essential oils for your skin. Natural products heal skin and restore its youthful appearance. You will definitely love the awesome recipes at the bottom. Enjoy making your own anti-aging, skin healing serum.
1. Apricot kernel oil
It’s one of the greatest carrier oils when it comes to making skin-healing oil blends. Apricot kernel oil is abundant in omega-6 gamma linoleic acid. This oil hydrates and nourishes skin. Vitamins A and E regenerate skin and stimulate the production of collage. Say ‘goodbye’ to your fine lines and wrinkles.
Apricot Kernel oil is easily absorbed in skin. It works well for any skin type, and many swear on its ability to hydrate and heal dry skin.
2. Sweet almond oil
It contains vitamins E and K, meaning it regenerates skin, restores elasticity, and improves circulation. Sweet almond oil is a natural UV blocker, and it’s a nice option for those who spend more time exposed to sun
The odorless oil is great for those who can’t stand the scent of botanical oils.
Some employers don’t allow using scented botanical oils at workplaces. It’s a lightly oily product, and absorbs relatively quickly.
3. Coconut oil
Vitamin E makes it an excellent ingredient for skin-healing and anti-aging serums. Coconut oil contains medium-chain triglyceride lauric acid. It’s one of the healthiest oils people have ever used.
Coconut oil prevents premature aging, and strengthens the epidermis.
It prevents the formation of cellulite, erases stretch marks, and eliminates keratosis pilaris. It’s also a natural sunscreen, so use it to protect your skin from sun. coconut oil is a nice remedy for skin infections.
4. Avocado oil
It’s thick, and some people don’t like using it on their face. But, you may change your mind after you read about its benefits. Avocado oil is abundant in vitamins A and E.
it contains plant sterolins known for their ability to boost the production of collagen.
Add the thick oil to your night serums or use it when you stay at home. Some like to combine it with other carrier oils.
5. Argan oil
It’s 80% fatty acids, and hydrates skin. Real argan oil restores skin elasticity, and erases fin lines and wrinkles.
6. Rosehip seed oil
You can use it as a carrier oil or auxiliary ingredient. Rosehip seed oil is packed with high concentration of natural vitamin A – all-trans retinoic acid (ATRA). It’s the only pure botanical oil with this much ATRA.
This vitamin reduces fills up wrinkles, fades fine lines, and lightens age spots. Use it to heal damaged skin, boost the growth of new cells and stimulate the production of collagen under skin’s outer layer.
Rosehip seed oil contains omega-6 linoleic acid and omega-3 linoleic acid.
These improve skin’s elasticity, texture and appearance. It’s light in weight which makes a nice option for those who don’t like to put “too much” oil on their face.
7. Carrot seed oil
It contains antioxidant carotenoids. These boost your body’s response to UV rays and prevent damage caused by sun. Carotenoids rejuvenate and cleanse skin. These also aid in the treatment of chronic skin problems like eczema and psoriasis.
8. Geranium oil
It’s an excellent anti-inflammatory oil. Geranium oil lightens age spots and evens skin tone. Use it to stimulate the circulation under your skin, and regenerate cells. Geranium oil fades scars, wrinkles and other imperfections.
9. Sea buckthorn berry oil
It’s rich in vitamins that prevent skin aging.use this oil to moisturize dry skin. It can also help you treat acne breakout, hyperpigmentation, and eczema.
10. Pomegranate seed oil
Antioxidants in pomegranate seed oil prevent damage caused by free radicals. It’s also rich in punicic and ellagic acids known for their ability to nourish skin, improve skin elasticity and promote regeneration of cells.
This oil protects and heals dry skin. Use it to treat irritations, burns, and damages. Pomegranate seed oil is a nice product for those dealing with eczema and psoriasis.
11. Neroli oil
It’s an excellent antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic oil. Use neroli oil to soothe damage and irritated skin. It works well in the treatment of scars and also improves circulation. People love its ability to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and stretch marks.
12. Cypress oil
It boosts circulation, strengthens outer skin layers, and treats varicose veins and broken capillaries.
13. Frankincense oil
Use it to regenerate skin, and reduce scars, fine lines and wrinkles. This oil is great for those having sagging skin. It evens tone and balances skin’s pH values.
14. Lemon oil
It lightens dark spots, and prevents/reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
15. Sandalwood oil
It soothes skin irritations and treats damages. Sandalwood oil fades scars, lines and wrinkles. Use it to make your skin smooth.
16. Myrrh oil
It strengthens skin, and give you a nice healthy complexion.
17. Rosemary oil
It tightens skin, and reduces fine lines. Use it as a natural rpeservative for other oils.
Anti-aging oil recipes
Let’s go through some of the best recipes. Making your skin pretty is no longer a challenge for you.
1. Firming and anti-aging skin serum
Use it in the morning and at night to firm up your skin and get an even tone.
- 2 tbsp. rosehip seed oil
- 1 tbsp. sweet almond oil
- 10 drops cypress oil
- 10 drops geranium oil
- 7 drops frankincense oil
2. Super anti-aging serum
Always use it at night after you wash your face.
- ½ cup apricot kernel oil
- 10 drops carrot seed oil
- 10 drops rosehip seed oil
- 10 drops sandalwood oil
- 5 drops geranium oil
- 5 drops frankincense oil
- 5 drops myrrh oil
- 5 drops rosemary oil
3. Easy antioxidant serum
You don’t need too many ingredients for this, and it doesn’t require fancy prepping.
- ½ apricot kernel oil
- 20 drops carrot seed oil
- 20 drops rosehip seed oil
Mixing and use
First, pour half of your carrier oil into the container. Add the essential oils, and top off with the rest of your carrier oil. This will ease the mixing, and you will always have enough space for each ingredient.
Always leave some space at the top of the container to allow the oils to “breathe.”
Gently mix the oils. Whisking and shaking may damage the delicate organic compounds.
Avoid heat and light, otherwise you’ll damage the chemical composition of the oils. Plus, you should always use amber colored glass bottles for storage.
Do not use metal tools, and try to avoid plastic. Ceramic and glass tools are approved.
You only need a little bit of the oil, probably a few drops of each. That’s enough for your face.
Pregnant and nursing women should consult their doctor before using essential oils. Some oils are not recommended. Certain oils contain compounds that work well for adults, but may harm children.
Always do an allergy test before you use any of the oils. This applies to both carrier and essential oils. Apply a tiny bot on he back of your hand, and wait for a few hours. Some reactions come much later.