Homemade Skin Moisturizers & Oils

If the thought of making homemade skin moisturizers sounds like a lot of hard work for a poor quality product you couldn’t be more wrong.

Homemade Skin Moisturizers

In fact it’s extremely quick and easy to mix up a simple, therapeutic, totally pure, additive free, non irritant homemade moisturizer with maximum benefits that’s been tailored to your very own needs and all at a very low cost, in minutes!

Making your own homemade moisturizer recipe isn’t just about getting a quality product at a low price; it enables you to have total control of what goes in it, so you can target those problem areas such as cellulite, stretch marks or rough cracked skin.

Here’s how it works; all moisturizers work by sealing the skins surface and trapping the body’s natural water within the skins tissue, as oil is far more effective in sealing and moisturizing than water, the more oil your moisturizer contains the better it will work.

Homemade skin moisturizers that have been made with pure essential oils then diluted with the appropriate carrier oil won’t contain any hidden water and has to be one of the best body treatments you can use.

Making Your Natural Skin Moisturizers

All your homemade skin moisturizers should contain 15 drops of essential oil diluted in 12 teaspoons of carrier oil.

Never use more than the suggested quantities, essential oils don’t become more effective by using extra, in fact it may even have a negative effect.

Try to make your homemade skin moisturizers in small batches so that they are always fresh, if however you really must make up a large batch, add 1 teaspoon of Wheat Germ Oil or 1 vitamin E capsule to it (unless of course you happen to be using wheat germ oil as your carrier oil) as the wheat germ oil and vitamin E are both natural preservatives.

Natural Skin Moisturizers

Choosing the right oils to match your skin type are particularly important as to how quickly the oils are absorbed into the skin, here is a list of the best carrier oils and essential oils to use for different skin types and individual problem areas.

Best carrier oils for the body

Best Essential oils

Therapeutic oils;

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As you are going to be covering your entire body with this homemade moisturizer oil it’s important to create a nice pleasant scent, this will become easer once you become more familiar with each individual scent.

For now if you feeling a little overwhelmed I’ve listed some excellent combinations for you to try bellow.

Rich Moisturizing Body Oils

For Mature Skin

7 drops Rose plus 4 drops each of Lavender and Sandalwood

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Apricot Kernel Oil

Or

4 drops Galbanum plus 5 drops Geranium and 6 drops of Lavender

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Sesame Oil

For Dry Skin

8 drops Myrrh plus 7 drops of Rose

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Peanut

OR

5 drops Patchouli plus 5 drops each of Sandalwood and Jasmine

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Sweet Almond Oil

For Summer

4 drops of Chamomile plus 4 drops each of Lavender and Sandalwood

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Peanut

Or

7 drops each of Rose and Neroli

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Grapeseed Oil

For Winter

5 drops of Sandalwood and 5 drops each of Juniper Berry and Petitgrain

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Olive Oil

Or

6 drops of Lavender and 4 drops each of Frankincense and Myrrh

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Sweet Almond Oil

Light Moisturizing Body Oils

Oily Skin

8 drops of Lavender plus 3 drops each of Lemon and Petitgrain

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Sunflower Oil

Or

5 drops of Bergamot plus 5 drops each of Chamomile and Geranium

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Safflower Oil

Itchy or Sensitive Skin

5 drops of Rose plus 9 drops of Chamomile

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Sweet Almond Oil

Or

8 drops of Lavender plus 2 drops of Marigold and 5 drops of Violet

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Sweet Almond Oil

Summer

5 drops of Bergamot plus 5 drops each of Geranium and Neroli

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Safflower Oil

Or

6 drops of Rose plus 4 drops of Jasmine and 5 drops of Mimosa

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Sunflower Oil

Winter

4 drops of Sandalwood plus 4 drops each of Patchouli and Myrrh

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Sweet Almond Oil

Or

6 drops of Sandalwood plus 4 drops each of Orange and Ylang Ylang

Blended in 2 fl oz (12 teaspoons) of Safflower Oil

Need Something Extra For Those Problem Areas?

Not a problem, let’s have a look at using oils to target the areas that you feel need it. Cellulite, stretch marks, fluid retention, varicose veins and many more are covered.

So check out these natural skin moisturizers to learn about body packs, softeners and natural exfoliation!

Learn what combinations work with our organic carrier oils and essential oil use chart.

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