Do-It-Yourself Acne-Fighting Facial Serum

Experimenting may transport us back to our school days, when we were flicking pens and waiting for another class while preparing bunsen burners and test tubes. It would be much more thrilling if we were experimenting with concoctions to assist us get cleaner skin at the time.

Serum is now a necessary component of every modern skincare regimen. It is a skincare item intended to provide the skin high concentrations of a certain active ingredient. Serums are frequently transparent, gel-based, or liquid products that are a little thicker than moisturizers. They are used to help seal in moisture and are applied before moisturizers.

It’s incredibly fascinating to combine essential oils to create new scents and new products since essential oils are widely used and may help us relax our stress. Here is a potential home-made acne-fighting serum that we would like to share.

How To Make A Facial Serum For Acne-Prone Skin?

🌺1 ounce dark glass bottle with dropper
🌺2 tbsp. red raspberry seed oil
🌺5 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil (You can use any tea tree essential oil provided that it is 100% essential oil)
🌺5 drops Frankincense Essential Oil (You can use any frankincense essential oil provided that it is 100% essential oil)

After combining all of the ingredients in a dark glass container with a dropper, gently tap it on your face after toner and before applying your favorite moisturizer. You should apply this serum both during the day and at night, and always use sunscreen while exposed to sunlight. For best efficacy of your tested product, store this serum in a cool, dry area.

Why do we need to use red raspberry seed oil?

Red raspberry seed oil is high in important fatty acids, with 33% omega-3 and 52% omega-6. The high quantity of vitamin E, polyphenols, and other anti-oxidants contained in red raspberry seed oil provides excellent anti-aging efficacy. These antioxidants neutralize skin-damaging free radicals created by sunlight and other environmental factors.

Why do we need to use Frankincense essential oil?

Because of its natural astringent properties, which help control sebum and prevent the face from appearing like a hot mess by eliminating excess oil, frankincense is ideal for oily skin and acne. It can also soothe and relieve inflammation, and it can help prevent acne formation due to the presence of boswellic acids, which are capable of destroying acne-causing bacteria.

Why do we need to use Tea tree essential oil?

Strong antibacterial and antiseptic characteristics in this essential oil can aid in treating challenging and unpleasant skin conditions. Tea tree oil’s anti-inflammatory properties aid in the relief of itchy, sore skin. Redness and swelling may also be lessened with its aid.

All ingredients in the DIY serum are all natural. It is advised to test the combination first on your wrist or the back of your ear to see how your skin reacts if you have sensitive skin and are allergic to anything mentioned in the ingredients.


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