How to Make a DIY Anti-Aging Eye Cream

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DIY Anti-Aging Eye Serum

Anti-aging creams and serums should be applied to the eyes using the press and pat system. Dab small dots from the inside corner of the eye to the outside edge, then follow up and around the eyebrow bone. Press the product into the skin with your pinky or index finger.

Continue patting until all product is absorbed into the skin. This method protects the delicate eye area from any tugging or pulling that can happen during application.



  • .5 ounce Hyaluronic Acid
  • 15 drops Eyeseryl
  • 4.5 drops Dermafill (Adipofill-in')


How to Make Anti-Aging Eye Creams:

  • .4 ounce Cream Base
  • .1 ounce Hyaluronic Acid
  • 15 drops Eyeseryl
  • 4.5 drops Dermafill

Eye Serum for Dark Circles and Puffiness



  • .5 ounce Hyaluronic Acid
  • 15 drops Eyeseryl
  • Three drops Haloxyl
  • 7.5 drops Regu-Age

All-in-one Eye Serum



In this video, we will show you how to make an all-in-one eye serum. This eye serum will help reduce puffiness, fade the appearance of dark circles, and target wrinkles. Plus, it'll help firm and smooth out crow's feet.

Those fine lines and creases are in the corner of our eyes. It will also help tighten the crepey eyelids we sometimes get as we age. Peter Thomas Roth also sells a similar version of his un-wrinkle eye cream with 23% peptides for $100!

So if you're doing this at home, you can make this eye serum for so much less expensive than brand name and department store cosmetics.

The first thing we will do is add a half-ounce of hyaluronic Acid to a sterile glass vessel. Then add a ten percent concentration of Eyeseryl, which is 15 drops.

Okay, then I'm going to add two percent of Haloxyl, which is just three drops. Next, we will add ten percent of Argireline, 15 drops. Then, we will add Snap-8 at 15 drops for a 10% concentration. Lastly, add seven and a half drops of Syn-Ake and Syn-Coll at a 5% concentration. If you are uncomfortable doing a half drop, use a 1/8 teaspoon instead.

Argireline and Snap-8 work together to target wrinkles. They both help smooth out and relax the muscles around the eyes so that when you're squinting, you're not contracting as much, and therefore the wrinkles are smoother and less noticeable. Next, I'm going to add Tripeptide-5.

Syn-Coll is by far the best peptide out there to help with collagen-boosting. But unfortunately, as we get older, the amount of collagen we have is dramatically less than when we were in our 20s.

We need to improve our body's health by replenishing it naturally with peptides that promote collagen-building. Once I've had all my peptides into my eye serum, I will put my stick blender in the mix. I will mix it for two minutes or until it's well blended.

  • .25 ounce Hyaluronic Acid
  • 15 drops Eyeseryl
  • Three drops Haloxyl
  • 15 drops Argireline
  • 15 drops Snap 8
  • 12 drops Matrixyl
  • 7.5 drops Syn-Ake
  • 7.5 drops Syn-Coll


If you prefer an eye cream over a serum or gel, use the above recipe and our Regenerating Facial Cream Base instead of the Hyaluronic Acid. You can still add Hyaluronic Acid, but reduce the amount to 10%.

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