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Any good recipes out there for aging skin?

Looking for something quick, easy, and cheap to make as I’m so tried of spending money on expensive creams and serums. If any of you have had any luck with a homemade face cream or serum please let me know!

Try this:

  • 1/4 cup organic, cold pressed coconut oil (melted)
  • 1/4 cup organic castor oil
  • 5 vitamin E capsules
  • 20 drops rosehip essential oil OR rose essential oil

Be sure to melt down the coconut oil first, and then once it’s cooled, mix in the rest of the ingredients. Apply around the eyes and anywhere else where you may need it every night before bed.

It really works for me to soften skin, smooth out wrinkles, and it also reduced my fine lines over time! Highly recommend recipe!


Get yourself a bottle of hyaluronic acid! It’s some of the best stuff I’ve come across, doesn’t cost a fortune, and it really makes a huge difference! It’s basically a really really great skin hydrator, and in fact, our own bodies make hyaluronic acid for that purpose, but, over time we make less and less of it!

You can usually find it on Amazon!

I like to put mine on every morning and every night before bed and it helps to tighten skin, minimize pores, and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

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Here’s my all time favorite go-to skin serum. It will leave your skin sooo soft!

  • 1 vitamin E capsule
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil
  • 1/2 tsp camphor oil

just mix them all together and smooth over cleansed skin every night before bed. Super cheap to make and will diminish wrinkles and fine lines!

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Anything with vitamin C in it! Because it’s packed with antioxidants, it can really help change the appearance of your skin and prevent wrinkles and fine lines…Mix equal parts vitamin C,vitamin E, distilled water, and glycerin.

Make sure to apply this to your skin every night before bed. It works really well to smooth out imperfections, tighten, and it also prevents to slow down the aging process!

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@jamielynn44 check out these 10 DIY skin serums…they’re cheap and easy to make and use all natural oils that are really good for your skin!

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