Fight aging with this easy hyaluronic acid serum recipe! With as few as two ingredients you can help your skin to appear more youthful! This hyaluronic acid serum recipe creates an amazing anti-aging gel that hydrates skin, helps to fight antioxidants and skin inflammation and increases skin elasticity.
This hyaluronic acid serum recipe is made using Bos Essentials Hyaluronic Acid Powder and offers an economical way for you to create your own anti-aging beauty products. Plus it really is so easy to make!
Hyaluronic Acid Serum Recipe
Combine all of the ingredients in an airtight container and shake really well until it is thoroughly mixed. (I used a 9 oz. clear straight sided glass jars with silver metal lug caps that I had from SKS Bottle & Packaging which work great. But you can also use a small mason jar.)
Place the serum in the refrigerator until it gels and is no longer grainy.
To use simply apply the gel to your face and neck prior to using your moisturizer or makeup.
Want to supercharge this hyaluronic acid serum recipe with vitamin C? Here’s how!
Dissolve a few drops of Bos Essentials Ferulic Acid Powder in alcohol. (This will help to stabilize the vitamin C and offer additional antioxidant benefits.)
Then combine the dissolved Ferulic Acid with 2 Tablespoons Bos Essentials Vitamin C Powder and 4 Tablespoons of water.
Mix in 1/2 teaspoon of vegetable glycerin.
Finally, once all the ingredients have dissolved add 1/2 teaspoon Bos Essentials Hyaluronic Acid Powder. Refrigerate until gelled and apply prior to other beauty products as the first step in your beauty routine.
Use it in an anti-aging under eye cream!
You can also use the Bos Essentials Hyaluronic Acid Powder in my anti-aging under eye cream recipe for additional anti-aging and moisture benefits! You can find my anti-aging under eye cream recipe here.
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