Today the world is now exchanging their buying habits by replacing chemical based products to homemade DIY or ayuerveda. The added chemicals in commercial moisturizer have lots of side effects we face later in our life. So, if you want a glowing skin without any side effect, you can make DIY moisturizers that are fresh, organic, and chemical free. They keep all kinds of skin problems, like scaling, pimples, acne, and dry skin, away. You can use any fruit or vegetable flavor to create a moisturizer. If you, especially, have sensitive or irritable skin, these homemade moisturizer recipes are your elixir.
Aloe Vera moisturizer
Aloe Vera has multiple benefits, especially, for hair and skin. It is rich in vitamin D and Vitamin E. The skin needs Vitamin E to keep it smooth, supple, and young. Aloe Vera also keeps the skin wrinkle free and keeps the skin tight, preventing it from sagging due to age.
- 4 tbsp Vera gel
- 2 tbsp of Coconut oil
- 1 teaspoon liquid Vitamin E Oil
- 2 tbsp Almond oil
- Few drops of your favorite essential oil
Mix all these ingredients and add the essential oil in the last for a good smell. You can use this generously on your skin, daily, before going to bed.
Other Easy homemade recipes
- Orange juice and olive oil
- Honey an aloe vera gel
- Mashed banana and honey
- Oatmeal powder and honey
- Avocado puree
- Sesame oil and olive oil mix
- A mix of 2tsp honey, 3tsp of lemon juice, 3 tbs of yogurt, and one whipped egg white, leave this mixture for fifteen minutes on the face and wash with warm water.
- 3tbsp glycerin and 1tbsp honey applied on face and left overnight.
- 2tbsp Shea butter or cocoa butter, or mango butter, ¼ cup beeswax and coconut oil, ½ cup almond oil, and few drops of your favorite essential oil. Combine all of them and store them in a jar.
You can follow any of these homemade recipes to make a simple moisturizer without burning holes in your pockets. If you do not want to use Vitamin E oil, you can simply combine honey with a fruit or a vegetable pulp that is rich in Vitamin C. You can use a variety of fruit and vegetable pulps, such as, papaya, kiwis, berries, tomatoes, carrots, oranges, cucumbers, plums, peaches, and more.