3 DIY Recipes Using Essential Oils For Skin Care

3 DIY Recipes Using Essential Oils For Skin Care

Essential oils are gaining more and more popularity from social media and a rise of distributors. Before you start any do-it-yourself (DIY) project, make sure you are working with therapeutic grade essential oils!

Today we will share three DIY recipes that you can use to easily incorporate essential oils into your skincare routine. If you are looking for a quality, therapeutic, essential oil line to use to get started, look into Pure Path Essentials.

DIY Toner

Toner is an essential to every skincare routine that a lot of individuals forget to include. A toner is a great way to even out your skin complexion. Although, purchasing toners at the store can be expensive and you do not always know what ingredients are used to make them.

This DIY toner is the solution! It consists of three ingredients: Witch hazel, vitamin E, and essential oils. You will also need a bottle to store your mixture in as well as cotton pads to apply the mixture to your face with.

In order to make the mixture, you will combine Witch Hazel and vitamin E with lavender, cypress, and geranium essential oils. Once you pour it into your bottle, you will have a toner that is great for your skin and is made with all basic ingredients!

DIY Acne Prevention

Do you suffer from acne? If so, you may have tried a lot of over the counter treatments but have not seen results. If this is your case, consider mixing a few drops of cedarwood essential oil into your moisturizer. Although cedarwood is not one of the popular oils known for skincare, it is effective in treating acne and eczema. It works by not only removing dirt from your pores but also reducing inflammation which can help with acne redness and eczema!

DIY Makeup Remover

If you have sensitive skin, makeup removers can be tough to purchase at the store because they are often irritating. Making your own DIY makeup remover is a great way to keep your skin soothed and also save money!

To make your own makeup remover you will need rose water, distilled water, unscented Castille soap, vegetable glycerin, calendula oil or gel, lavender essential oil, and a foaming soap dispenser.

Simply combine the ingredients listed above in the soap dispenser and shake to mix them up! To use your new product, you should pump 1-2 pumps on a clean washcloth or cotton pad and use to remove your face makeup. You will not have to worry about this mixture irritating your sensitive skin because you know all of the ingredients that are in it!

Regardless of the DIY recipe you try incorporating into your skincare routine, essential oils are a great addition because they are safe for sensitive skin and have many benefits for your skin! This is also a great way to swap out products that you are currently using that may contain harmful chemicals or currently be irritating your skin.

About the Author:

Trysh Sutton is a wife, mother, attorney, interior decorator, strategic leader and owner of Pure Path Essential Oils. She has an eye for business, innovation and perfection – and a desire to help her family, her friends and herself live a healthy and happy life.

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