Q.Can I Use A Carrier Oil As A Facial Serum?

Facial serums can be made in several different ways and the term is used to describe several types of facial products. Facial serums may be made with hydrosols, essential oils, and hyaluronic acid. However, a simpler facial “serum” can be made with a carrier oil – with or without the addition of essential oils. Put simply, this is an oil to be used in place of a face cream or lotion – and is perfect for dry, winter or summer skin.

Can I Use A Carrier Oil As A Facial Serum?

Yes, you can use a carrier oil as a facial serum because the oil will be able to replace the face cream or face lotion portion of a facial product. Suitable carrier oils to be used as facial serums include sweet almond oil, pomegranate seed oil, rose hip seed oil, and more.

These are the most comment carrier oil for such, pomegranate seed (Punica granatum), rose hip seed (Rosa rubiginosa), or sweet almond (Prunis dulcis) for starters. Add appropriate essential oils if desired.