How To Make Your Own All Natural Eye Cream
DIY All Natural Eye Cream… great for those dark circles and bags under your eyes.
When you’re wanting to look your absolute best, the last thing you want is a dry, wrinkled face and dark circles under your eyes. Using this all natural eye cream is certainly a good start to eliminating both the wrinkles and the dark circles.
Have you ever read the ingredients in the cosmetics that you’re putting on your skin and especially, on your face? Take a look… they’re loaded with chemicals! Chemicals that are loaded with toxins, some of which are know to cause cancer.
Throw them away, not only are they not good for your skin, they’re actually HARMFUL to your overall health.
My All Natural Eye Cream
This all natural eye cream is one of several skin care products that I started making and using several years ago. It’s super easy, and most definitely cheaper than what I was paying at the department store.
It’s never too late to start taking care of your skin. After all it’s the only one you’ll ever have… there aren’t any replacements.
If you care about your skin, try this eye cream recipe. It makes a tremendous difference in dark circles and bags under your eyes.
Here’s my recipe for an all-natural Eye Cream
- 10 drops of pure Frankincense Essential oil
- 1 ounce pure Aloe Vera Gel
- 1 ounce unrefined Shea Butter
- 1 ounce unrefined Coconut Oil
- 1/2 teaspoon pure Vitamin E
Mix all of the ingredients together in a small GLASS bowl.
NOTE: If you’re making this during the colder months, your coconut oil may be solid rather than a liquid. If that’s the case, melt (low heat) the shea butter and coconut oil in a small pan, then add the rest of the ingredients. Once everything is blended well, pour it into a glass jar.
Apply morning and night on the cheekbones just below your eyes.
Do you make your own skincare creams? Tell me about them and share your recipes.
If you’re interested in making your own skin care products, these articles provide the recipes that I use.
At night, I clean my face with my lavender makeup remover pads, and exfoliate with this simple honey and sugar exfoliating scrub. I finish off by using my apple cider vinegar facial toner and my 3-ingredient facial oil moisturizer …