DIY Facial Serum for Every Skin Type – What to Put on Your Face

We are living in an era of natural remedies, home remedies, and DIY solutions for almost everything. And that includes our skin care as well.

As natural remedies are gaining popularity, we want to jump in on the opportunity and show you a couple of facial serums for every skin type.

The main reason natural remedies are gaining popularity is their ease of use and effectiveness. You will be surprised how effective these remedies are.

Forget any over the counter remedies, the new trend is natural remedies. Made at home, easy to prepare, and with ingredients already available in your kitchen? Count us in!

Facial serums are lightweight moisturizing agents that can help nourish your skin from within. High on oils and extracts, they are very high-quality skin care product. We use them to reap the antioxidant, hydrating, and anti-inflammatory properties.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at these DIY facial serums for every skin type.

DIY Facial Serum For Every Skin Type

Do-it-all skin serum

This serum can be used on every skin type. And that is what makes it one of the most popular home remedies.

We will talk about serums specific for skin type later on, but let’s start with the do-it-all serum.

Ingredients:

  • 1 tablespoon of jojoba oil
  • ½ tablespoon of argan oil
  • 2-4 drops of lavender essential oil

How to do it?

  1. Get a clean glass bottle, and pour in jojoba and argan oil. Use a small funnel to pour the oils
  2. Add a few drops of lavender oil into the bottle. Close the bottle, shake well, and make sure the ingredients are combined properly
  3. Store the bottle in a cool place. Make sure there is no direct contact with sunlight
  4. When you want to use the serum, take only a few drops
  5. Apply cleanser and toner on your face, and then apply the serum. Apply a drop on your cheeks, chin, forehead, and then spread it evenly
  6. Allow the serum to stay on your face for 15 minutes. Wash it off afterward

Serum for oily skin

Oily skin happens due to overproduction of sebum from sebaceous glands. Now, we have to stress that the production of sebum is a natural process.

Your skin needs oil that keeps it moisturized. But overproduction of oil can lead to clogging of pores.

That is why you need to constantly wash your face, cleanse it, and apply serums that keep oils in check.

Ingredients:

  • 1 tablespoon of avocado oil
  • ½ tablespoon of emu oil
  • 4 drops of myrrh oil

How to do it?

  1. Same as before, start by mixing base oil and premium oil in a glass bottle, which in this case is avocado and emu oil
  2. Shake, and then add in myrrh essential oil. Close the bottle, and then shake well to combine all of the ingredients
  3. Store the bottle in a cool place where there is no direct contact with sunlight
  4. Apply after cleansing and toning your face. Apply just one drop on your chin, cheekbones, and forehead. Spread it evenly on your face
  5. Leave the serum for 15 minutes so the skin can soak in. Rinse off with lukewarm water

Serum for normal skin

Most skin care regimens have a simple goal of achieving normal skin. That is skin with a good balance of moisture, small pores, and an even tone.

To maintain healthy normal skin, you have to keep it away from sun exposure and apply products that nourish it from within.

Ingredients:

  • 1 tablespoon of hemp seed oil
  • ½ tablespoon of rosehip seed oil
  • 4 drops of lemon oil

How to do it?

  1. Mix hemp seed oil and rosehip seed oil in a glass bottle. Shake well to combine these two ingredients
  2. Add in lemon oil, and then close the glass bottle. Shake again to combine all ingredients
  3. Store the bottle in a cool place. Make sure there is no direct sunlight exposure
  4. Apply cleanser and toner on your face, and then follow up with the DIY serum. Apply one drop on chin, forehead, and cheekbones. Spread it evenly with your fingertips
  5. After 10 to 15 minutes, rinse your face with lukewarm water

DIY Serum for dry skin

Dry skin needs a lot of moisture. Unlike oily skin, your sebaceous glands are not producing enough sebum, and your skin lacks hydration.

Even if your skin is oily, you can develop dry skin. Or you might naturally have dry skin. In any case, you want moisture, otherwise, your skin will be itchy and there will be scaling.

Ingredients:

  • 1 tablespoon sweet almond oil
  • ½ tablespoon rosehip seed oil
  • 4 drops of ylang-ylang essential oil

How to do it?

  1. Mix the premium and base oil in a glass bottle. Then add in 4 drops of ylang-ylang essential oil
  2. Close the glass bottle, and shake well to combine all of the ingredients
  3. Store the bottle in a cool place, you will not use the entire serum in one try. Make sure there is no direct sunlight exposure
  4. After cleansing and toning your face, apply the serum. Apply one drop on chin, forehead, and cheekbones. Spread it evenly with your fingertips
  5. Allow the skin to soak all of the benefits of the serum for 15 minutes. Rinse off with lukewarm water

Carrier oils for different skin

Each of us has a different type of skin. Because of that, what works for you, might not work for your friend. And most importantly, carrier oils work for different skin types.

For example, avocado oil is great for dry skin as it provides moisture, but it is not recommended for oily skin. With that in mind, what carrier oil to use for a different skin type?

Here is a quick breakdown of carrier oils that work perfectly for your skin type.

  • Dry skin: avocado oil, rosehip oil, apricot oil, sweet almond oil, and sunflower oil
  • Acne prone skin: jojoba oil, argan oil, sesame oil, and evening primrose oil
  • Oily skin: jojoba oil, argan oil, and grapeseed oil
  • Normal skin: grapeseed oil, sunflower oil, sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, and apricot oil
  • Sensitive skin: rosehip seed oil, sweet almond oil, argan oil, sunflower oil, avocado oil, apricot oil, and grapeseed oil
  • Mature skin: avocado oil, sweet almond oil, sunflower oil, rosehip seed oil, jojoba oil, and tamanu oil

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