DIY: Aloe Vera Serum for Skin Healing in Malaysia

Thursday, 22 March 2018


Hi all, today's recipe is created especially for hydrating dry and sensitive skin. Serums are especially useful for those with dry skin as it gets deep into your skin to moisturize and repair. 

First in this recipe, we use rose hip oil  which has essential fatty acids rehydrates skin and can help reduce effects of eczema as well. 

Next we use an extract that is great for dry skin, aloe vera.  

It contains two hormones: Auxin and Gibberellins. These two hormones provide wound healing and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce skin inflammation. Giberellin is a growth hormone promoting the growth of new cells (meaning it's also anti aging). Together they heal skin from within and stop problems that lead to dry skin. 

This recipe can be used for anyone with dry skin or regular skin too as it will not cause any oily or greasy look as the ingredients are super absorbent! Try it and let us know how you feel about it :) 

Ingredients: (makes 100g Facial Serum) 

  1. SoapLab’s Hyaluronic Serum Base 
  2. White Tea & Ginger Fragrance Oil 
  3. Rose Hip Oil 
  4. Aloe Vera Extract 
  5. Sparkle Silver Colour Pigment 
  6. Glycerin
  7. Rubbing Alcohol
  8. Storage Container

Watch Video How To Make:


Download PDF Recipe  (Formulation)

This recipe includes measurement and steps on how to make. 
(P/S: these are proper measurement that are tested. Its all by weight and using scales. We strongly disagree to using cups and spoons as measurement because every ingredients has different density and it can produce different results. Always use weight as measurement so that you produce a good quality and safe product. Skincare making is not like baking! it requires proper knowledge of ingredients you use!)

Caution!

  1. Always test the product on your skin for allergic test first. Click here to find out how to do so
  2. If you are selling this product, advice your consumers to do allergic test first
  3. Make sure all your utensils and work surface is clean and sterilise as dirty area and utencils can reduce shelf life of scrub
  4. Do not add in any Fresh ingredients that can spoil easily as this will reduce the shelf life of scrub. Click here to find out more
  5. If applying on face, avoid citrus based or sandalwood essential oil as Malaysian weather will cause your skin to be easily sun burnt. Wear sun protection if add these Essential oils.
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