Super Simple Homemade Miracle Eye Serum

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If you’re looking for a dirt cheap product that will hydrate you skin, save yourself some time and don’t go shopping for long hours, because this won’t do it. The good news is that, all you need are some ingredients that you probably have at home already, at least I did.

Assuming you are in short supply of almond oil and Aloe Vera, this is the stuff that you should purchase and I suggest to buy a bit more than you need for this particular homemade remedy.

The truth is that you can’t have too much almond oil and there are so many do-it-yourself creams and lotions out there, that you should always find a use for it. Back to this homemade eye serum, I couldn’t emphasize more the beneficial effect on the skin, in addition to serving its designated purpose.


Why These Ingredients?

My sensitive skin was reinvigorated after the first application, and a scientist would explain it by highlighting the fact that almond oil is rich in vitamin E, which in turn acts as an antioxidant that helps skin hydrated and fights free radicals. It’s a great moisturizer as it is loaded of fatty acids and acts as humectant and emollient that softens and soothes the skin.

The aloe vera gel makes it easier for the skin to absorb the nutrients without being heavy or greasy and also simplifies the application process, so you won’t have to worry about greasy skin. It is also good for minimizing wrinkles, is anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial, is absorbed easily into the skin, and can lessen the appearance of stretch marks!

Among the bonus benefits of this eye serum, I have to mention the fact that it makes it a breeze to remove mascara. It takes less time and there is less friction, which means that you won’t suffer from irritation, even if you have a sensitive skin. And you can make it yourself in about a minute.

You’ll Need:

Sweet Almond Oil
Aloe Vera Gel

Combine equal parts of almond oil and aloe vera gel in a small flip-top bottle.


Shake gently to combine the mixture. (Before application, make sure to shake the mixture because it will separate.) Use your ring fingers to apply the serum, and just gently pat it into the affected area and they blend together perfectly on your skin.


You can modify the ratio if you find the serum too heavy by simply adding more aloe vera but if you want it to be extra moisturizing, just add more almond oil.

A precaution to those who have nut allergies, you can use the Apricot Kernel Oil as another alternative.


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  1. Calleigh says

    Sure you can use the fresh one but you need to store this in the fridge or add a drop of vodka to preserve the mixture since you are using the fresh plant.

  2. Anne says

    How many times do i have to use before i can see the result? That was my problem i have dark circle in my eyes.

  3. Calleigh says

    Try rubbing 100% pure coconut oil on the affected area day and night. Dont stop until you see the stretchmarks fade away.
    Or you can try this Natural home remedy using aloe vera:

    1. Aloe vera has plant collagen which repairs the skin.
    2. Remove the thorns and outer skin of a few aloe vera leaves
    3. Extract the gel from inside
    4. Apply this gel on the stretch marks
    5. Leave it for 2 hr
    6. Wash it off with normal water

  4. Calleigh says

    Every skin reacts differently, this may work for me but may not work for you depending on your lifestyle. I cannot really give a timeline, all I can say is
    patience and consistency is the key when using natural remedies and soon you will see results.

  5. Mama8ch says

    Hi – if I use AV gel and sweet almond oil and store in an amber bottle do I still need to keep in the fridge?
    Thanks in advance

  6. suchi says

    am 20…i can see some small pores coming in my face and wrinkles coming in my forehead.. i don’t know why..please tell me some remedy for this.. and for clear face..please

  7. khairun nahar lubna says

    Thanks a lot……everybody needs beauty tips for their regular life………………………..

  8. Frieda says

    Hello, is it possible to use this home made eye serum and the home made eye cream simultaneously or how would you suggest both should be used, would it be better alternatively or what, thanks for the great tips its much appreciated and very informative…..

  9. Mohammad Arash khan says

    I have skin darkening on tip of nose like round circle pliz tell me abt how to cure completely

  10. shamima says

    Hey…I hv lot of dandruff. …pls tell me any home remedies to remove thz…plsssssssssssssssss

  11. says

    Amazon has almond oil, glycerin – I get my “now” products from them as they’re usually the ones I see in the pictures in this blog.

  12. Lirinxa says

    what about if i get the natural alovera is it ok or i need to buy alovera gel?…please advice

  13. Calleigh says

    Using the fresh aloe vera is fine but you need to store it on the fridge and discard if it smells rancid

  14. neha says

    Hi what is more better for dark circles
    Opt 1 Aloe Vera gel +almond +rosewater
    Opr 2 aloevera gel + almond oil
    Pls suggest

  15. Indira says

    My hubby is 29 years old.he never smoke.But his lips are black in color.Can u provide me home made remedies to change his lips to pinkish color.I vl b very much thankful if u provide me the remedies.

  16. s says

    I can ues on face as well and tell me plz remove face hair tips or anything plzzzzz madam .thanx

  17. nupur says

    Hey plzzz suggest remedy for mosquito bites scars…. I hv many scars on my hand Bcz of mosquito bits 😐

  18. Calleigh says

    If you don’t have sensitive skin, you can simply rub lemon wedges on your skin focusing more on the affected areas. Do this consistently/regularly to get rid of the dark marks.


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