Tuesday, June 5, 2012

A Gentleman's Face Serum



I crafted this recipe just in time for Father's Day.  Make the special guy in your life a bottle of this skin soothing and protecting serum. I chose Argan and Jojoba oils to be easily absorbed, along with toning Hazelnut oil and a bit of protecting Sea Buckthorn oil.  The essential oil blend includes ones for healing, wrinkles and mature skin.  I also added in delicious Neroli essential oil and woodsy Sandalwood.  This formula also doubles as a beard conditioning oil too.  Happy Father's Day!!!

A Gentleman's Face Serum

20 grams Argan Oil
20 grams Jojoba Oil
15 grams Hazelnut Oil
5 grams Sea Buckthorn Oil
2 grams Vitamin E Oil
5 drops Frankincense Essential Oil
5 drops Myrrh Essential Oil
5 drops Carrot Seed Essential Oil
5 drops Helichrysum Essential Oil
5 drops Neroli Essential Oil
5 drops Sandalwood Essential Oil

Blend all ingredients well in an amber colored dropper bottle.  Massage a few drops into clean skin in the morning and before bed. 



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