Homemade Face Moisturizer
If you use a facial moisturizer on a regular basis, you know just how expensive these products can be. If you don’t use a facial moisturizer on a regular basis you don’t know what you’re missing. There’s a reason people (typically women) are willing to all but empty their wallets in order to obtain a tiny jar of cream. Luckily, that’s about to change. Say hello to homemade face moisturizer.
Homemade face moisturizer can be just as effective and luxurious as the products you buy at the store. Plus, homemade face moisturizer doesn’t contain all the unnatural ingredients your store bought product probably has. This recipe for homemade face moisturizer only contains 5 ingredients which are:
All of the ingredients in this homemade face moisturizer are awesome for your skin. Let’s take a closer look…. Coconut oil moisturizes, softens, and has excellent anti-aging properties. Almond oil contains antioxidants and vitamin E. Cocoa butter delivers more moisture and antioxidants. Frankincense promotes regeneration of healthy cells. Last, but not least, lavender fights acne, reduces redness, and soothes skin.
Not only is this homemade face moisturizer awesome for you, it is super easy to make. In 3 steps (one of which is adding the product to a Mason jar) you’ll have a spa worthy facial treatment.
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1. Place all ingredients in the bowl of your stand mixer.
2. Whip on high for 4-5 minutes until it is light and fluffy, scrape down the sides of the bowl occasionally to include all of it.
3. Transfer contents to a small jar with a tight fitting lid.
Use after each time you wash your face to moisturize.
Note: When left in very warm temperatures (like those in your bathroom) this homemade face moisturizer may soften to nearly melting. You can consider storing it in the refrigerator; it could be refreshing to the skin especially in the summer.