Sunday, June 7, 2009

Homemade Anti-Wrinkle Cream

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If you are looking for a natural way to get treatment for wrinkles, you've come to the right place.

    My Anti-Wrinkle Cream always contains Carrot infusion (in a Soybean Oil or in a Olive Oil), RoseHip Seed Oil, Green Tea Infusin (in a Olive Oil or in a Blend of Oils), Arnica Infusion (in a Olive Oil), Carrot Seed Essential Oil. Must Have either Cranberry Seed Oil or Pomegranate Seed Oil. Sometimes I put in SeaBuckthorn Oils (contains Vitamin A), Hypercum (St. Johns Wort) Oil, Parsley infusion in Olive Oil.
    I don't know if my "anti-wrinkle" can reduce existing wrinkles, but for sure it smooths out the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in the delicate area around the eyes. . I like it on my lids, and I wanna hope it helps to prevent and delay the appearance of new ones.
    This gentle, light cream absorbs quickly and keeps the eye area hydrated all day. I need only two drops per a day. I've used this recipe long enough to share it with confidence.




 

Ingredients (no water phase):
Arnica in Olive Oil (anti-inflammatory) 0,50 ml
Carrot in Soybean Oil (the best for eyes) 3,00 ml
Cranberry Seed Oil (the best antioxidant) 3,00 ml
Green tea in Olive+W.Germ (regenerate) 6,00 ml
RoseHip Seed Oil (anti-inflammatory) 3,00 ml
SeaBuckthorn Oil (anti-inflammatory) 0,50 ml
Hypericum Oil (super regenerate) 4,00 ml
Carrot seed EO (the best for eyes) 2 drops
Candelia Wax (thickening agent, emollient) 3 gr


If you have any question, welcome to ask:)
See you next time :)


Shelf Life: About two month in a dry, cool place.


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1 comments to "Homemade Anti-Wrinkle Cream"

rodwatai said...
April 12, 2015 9:39 AM

Aloha Galia, Your recipe for the Homemade Facial Serum with Exotic Oils Vitamin Enriched sounds like what I've been searching for to include in my skincare regimen. I'd like to try to make this, but I'm not understanding the measurements. For instance, for the Black Current Seed Oil is the correct amount 16.48%? Because when I try to convert the % to see if it matches what is listed in grams/ml it doesn't match.

Do I use 16.48% of BCS Oil in this recipe or am I mistaken. Your clarification is greatly appreciated. Also, do you have a website that you sell your serums?

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