3 DIY Beauty Products To Make At Home

Making your skincare products at home, according to experts, can be highly good for your skin. Everything you put on your skin eventually ends up in your body, and there are no artificial components in natural skincare products that make it the best option. One strategy to gain and maintain your skin health is to use skincare that comes straight from nature. So, here are three DIY beauty products to make at home that can be natural and pure.

Face Moisturizer

A daily moisturizer is required to keep your skin’s moisture barrier intact and protect it from environmental harm.


Melt one and a half cups shea butter in a double boiler with one-fourth cup of water over medium-low heat. Pour into a mixing bowl. Allow it to cool and restore to a firm (not hard) state in the freezer. It may take 15-20 minutes. Remove the bowl from the freezer after it is thick and somewhat stiff. Add the essential oils that can be anything from coconut to olive oil. Whip the mixture using your mixer’s whisk attachment. Place in a jar and keep at room temperature. You can use it on your face and body as well.

Lip Balm

The skin of your lips is extremely delicate, and it is prone to damage from your lifestyle, the sun, and severe weather. Hence, making a lip balm that is 100% natural will help you protect your lips from chemicals that can cause damage to your lips.


Take a teaspoon of beeswax and combine it with half a teaspoon of castor, one teaspoon of cocoa butter, and three teaspoons of rose-infused oil. Melt and mix all of them well. For a fragrant touch, add strawberry, raspberry, or vanilla essence according to your preference. To add some natural color, mix in one-fourth of alkanet root powder. Warm and mix it well. When the liquid has cooled, pour it into a lip balm container and keep it in the refrigerator. After it gets a glossy touch to it, it’s ready to be used.

Eye Cream

Eye cream, according to dermatologists, may help moisturize your skin while also reducing fine lines and wrinkles. Dark circles and under-eye bags respond well to the mixture of cucumber and mint. While cucumbers are high in Vitamin K and help reduce dark circles under our eyes, the mint’s antioxidants help calm the area.


Take cucumber and mint in a blender and grind it until it is a smooth paste. Then add three tablespoons of milk, one tablespoon aloe vera gel, and three drops of almond oil. Make a paste with your hands and apply it beneath your eyes. Allow it to sit for 10 minutes before washing it off. You can fill it in a bottle and store it in the refrigerator to make it more accessible.

By using organic beauty products, you’re not only helping your skin and internal wellness, but you’re also creating a positive impact on the environment. Although you may not have time to make a whole beauty range at home, you can start small with these three easy recipes.