DIY Hyaluronic Acid Serum for Affordable Natural Anti-Aging Skin Care

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Fight aging naturally with this easy DIY hyaluronic acid serum! With as few as two ingredients – water and hyaluronic acid powder – you can help your skin to appear more youthful! Naturally moisturize and plump skin to diminish the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines while also saving you money. Plus a bonus homemade anti-aging skin care recipe for an easy DIY Vitamin C serum.

DIY Hyaluronic Serum. Save money on your anti-aging skin care products by making your own! With as few as 2-ingredients you can make your own DIY hyaluronic acid serum. Or add a few more ingredients for a power packed vitamin C serum! Learn about hyaluronic serum benefits and how to add homemade skin care products to your daily anti-aging beauty regimen and natural skin care routine. An inexpensive beauty hack to up your anti-aging skin care regimen using homemade beauty products. #antiaging

How to Make An Anti-Aging DIY Hyaluronic Acid Serum

An affordable alternative to store bought anti-aging serums, this DIY hyaluronic acid serum creates an amazing anti-aging gel that hydrates skin, helps to fight aging and reduce skin inflammation. It can also aid in increasing skin elasticity. Keep reading to learn how to make this simple, affordable beauty hack for your skin. Recipes for making your own anti-aging DIY hyaluronic acid serum and a natural vitamin C serum can be found below.

Anti-Aging Serum with just 2-ingredients! 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 aging and skin inflammation and increases skin elasticity.

My 2-ingredients DIY 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!

Anti-Aging Serum with just 2-ingredients! 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 aging and skin inflammation and increases skin elasticity.

Hyaluronic Acid Serum Recipe

Ingredients:

2 teaspoons Bos Essentials Hyaluronic Acid Powder
7 fl. oz. distilled water
1 teaspoon vegetable glycerin, optional

Instructions:

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 DIY hyaluronic acid serum in the refrigerator until it gels and is no longer grainy.

To use, simply apply the anti-aging facial serum 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 small amount of Bos Essentials Ferulic Acid Powder at 1% in alcohol. (This will help to stabilize the vitamin C and offer additional antioxidant benefits.)

Then combine a few drops the dissolved Ferulic Acid with 2 Tablespoons Bos Essentials Vitamin C Powder and 4 Tablespoons of water.

Finally, once all the ingredients have dissolved add 1/2 teaspoon Bos Essentials Hyaluronic Acid Powder. (You can optionally also mix in 1/2 teaspoon of vegetable glycerin.) Refrigerate until gelled and apply prior to other beauty products as the first step in your beauty routine.

My DIY anti-aging under eye cream with hyaluronic acid will leave your skin feeling soft and nourished while reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Use hyaluronic acid powder 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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Comments

  1. This sounds like something I’d love to try – and guess what I think the best part of this whole post is? It’s the fact that you tell us WHEN this cream should be applied (before all other beauty products). I SO appreciate that! I have, so many times, wondered which order I should apply serums, creams, sun-blocks, etc. Thank you for that seemingly simple but oh-so-useful tip and this great recipe 🙂

  2. Aida Cirino Lee says

    What is the shelf life of this product? Also what is the stability of the Vitamin C in this post usually all the DIY Vit C serums is one week

  3. What kind of alcohol do you mix the ferulic powder with and why do you add more hyaluronic to the second mix since it is already in the first mix that you are supercharging, or am I misunderstanding and this is 2 separate recipes. Just doesn’t seem like the second one makes very much.

  4. Thanks, can you mix the two serums together or do they work better using separately.

  5. Ok, thanks for all the info, waiting for my products to arrive so I can make the serums. Hope for good results.

  6. How much ferulic powder and alcohol do you use? I have mixed everything as noted but in the morning still found all mixure separated from hyaluronic acid gel inside of the container. Cannot understand what I did wrong unless the alcohol and ferulic powder ratio was wrong. Please help!

  7. Maryellen Dawson says

    How much optiphen would you use in the recipe just for the hyalluronic serum?

  8. I did as directed and my solution did not gel! What did I do wrong?