Homemade, Earth-Friendly Wrinkle Cream Recipe


Do you want to look younger without forking out a ton of dough on high priced commercial products? You can make natural wrinkle cream at home without placing harsh chemicals on your face or garnering yet another wasteful plastic container. Wrinkle cream recipes typically include pure plant oils to retard the appearance of wrinkles and promote cell regeneration. Eye cream recipes are safe enough to be used by contact wearers, just apply the cream after your contacts are in, or 15 minutes later to allow the cream to dry thoroughly.

A trip to the local grocery or hobby store and common household tools are required to begin an earth-friendly beauty regimen. Make sure to apply the cream to your face with clean fingers or a spatula. Any particles which are hiding under your fingernails could wind up inside your jar of cream and build bacteria.

Many of us spend countless hours in front of a computer screen during our typical workday. To help your eyes relax and retard the impression of existing wrinkles, get into the habit of glancing out a window or into the distance multiple times a day. By flexing various eye muscles when looking away from the screen after a long period of time, the pressure on all of the eye muscles is decreased.

Wrinkle Cream Recipe Ingredients

3 teaspoons of jojoba oil
1 teaspoon of beeswax
3 teaspoons of apricot kernel oil
5 drops of carrot seed essential oil
5 teaspoons of rose water
One-fourth of a teaspoon of borax


Step 1

Combine the beeswax, jojoba oil and apricot kernel oil into a small pan over low heat. Remove from heat and stir after approximately 3 minutes – do not simmer.

Step 2

Heat the rose water in a different saucepan on low heat while adding the borax. You can remove the pan from the heat once you have stirred the borax, dissolving it into the rose water.

Step 3

Set the pan which contains the wax and oil mixture into a sink filled half-way full with ice. Use a wire whisk to stir the mixture while slowly drizzling the borax and rose water mixture into the iced saucepan. The mixture will begin to resemble a typical cream after a minute or two of mixing.

Step 4

Once the cream is cool to the touch, add the drops of carrot seed oil into the pan. You should have approximately enough natural wrinkle cream to fill a two-ounce jar. Baby food jars make excellent storage containers for homemade wrinkle cream. The mixture will keep for approximately a week if stored at room temperature or two months when refrigerated.