Supercharged Anti Aging Serum
How to Create an Anti-Aging Serum
You can create a custom, powerful, supercharged anti-aging serum at home using top anti-aging ingredients from Skin Perfection!
Watch the video below to learn how to make a DIY serum using three proven age-defying peptides and an ultra-hydrating Hyaluronic Acid-base.
You will have beautiful, younger-looking skin with these ingredients in no time. And the best part--you get to have fun making it.
Creating custom skincare products can be an enjoyable, relaxing activity, and it pays off once you start seeing the benefits of the product you built. Super fun and beneficial!
Follow this recipe and create your very own anti-aging serum! Before you start, watch our Beauty Blending 101 video and follow all the steps to sanitize your work area and tools correctly. Once you do that, you are ready to begin!
Get all the supplies together and start creating! All of the ingredients you need are found right here at Skin Perfection.
Hyaluronic Acid is a perfect base for a serum. It is an oil-free gel that provides ultra-hydration to your skin. It also helps plump the skin, giving it a fuller and smoother look.
Marixyl 3000, Argireline, and Pepha Tight are anti-aging peptides proven to reduce the signs of aging in your skin.
Matrixyl 3000 will give you a more youthful look. Argireline will aid in reducing wrinkles. In addition, Pepha Tight works to tighten and firm skin. Overall, this serum will leave you looking younger and feeling beautiful.
Watch the DIY Divas Make a Supercharged Anti-Aging Serum
Video Transcript on How to Make a Supercharged Anti-Aging Serum
Hi! We are the DIY Divas, Karen and Tonia. Today, Karen, we will create an all-in-one anti-aging serum loaded with clinically proven peptides to help.
Before you start, make sure you have a sanitized area to work with.
You want to make sure to sanitize all of your equipment as well. If you're unsure about the steps involved, watch our Beauty Blending 101 video. Next, set out any equipment and supplies you will use, including a handheld mixer, spatulas, airless container, funnel, glass bowl, etc.
Start with 1 ounce of Hyaluronic Acid and pour it into a glass container. Tonia uses a Pyrex glass bowl with a spout for easy pouring. Hyaluronic Acid is a humectant; it pulls moisture from the air and helps your skin retain moisture, which gives it a more youthful appearance.
The added hydration provides supple-looking skin. It helps. It's an oil-free gel that is great for all skin types, including combinations.
Add 5% Matrixyl 3000, 10% Argireline, and 5% Pepha Tight to a Supercharged Anti-Aging Serum formulation.
Matrixyl was chosen in this serum because it is the best peptide for helping your skin look youthful. Argireline helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and Dr. Oz raves about the results when applied in a 10% concentration twice a day. Finally, Pepha Tight firms the effects of gravity.
What We Offer! Lotion Making Supplies and Peptides
You can find these ingredients individually in our DIY Lotion Making Supplies or a try-me-kit. Every order comes with a guide to help you determine how much of each peptide you need to add to Hyaluronic Acid.
Karen and Tonia read the chart to determine how much each DIY Serum Booster will need to add. For the Matrixyl 3000 and Pepha Tight, they will add 1/2 teaspoon. For the Argireline, add one teaspoon.
The DIY Divas begin adding in their Serum Boosters. One by one, they add each ingredient—the Divas finish adding all the boosters. Karen then grabs the handheld blender and mixes for about 2 minutes. Scrape off any excess serum left on the mixer with a spatula.
Place your funnel in your airless container and pour the supercharged anti-aging serum up to the fill line. Put the lid on and twist the cap on tightly.
You made another serum in less than 5 minutes! Excellent job, Karen and Tonia.
Store this serum in the fridge for up to seven days without a preservative. If you want to make this serum last longer and no need to store it in the refrigerator, add Leucidal Liquid or Liquid Complete at a 4% concentration.
Thanks for watching it. See you next time!
- 1 oz. Hyaluronic Acid
- Matrixyl 3000
- Pepha Tight
- Airless bottle
- Pyrex glass cup
- Stick blender
Empty Hyaluronic Acid into a Pyrex bowl. Add in a 5% concentration of Matrixyl 3000 (1/2 teaspoon), 5% concentration of Pepha Tight (1/2 teaspoon), and 10% concentration of Argireline (1 teaspoon). Mix all together with a stick blender for about 2 minutes. Use a funnel and pour the mixture into your airless bottle for use.
Note: When you order DIY ingredients from Skin Perfection, we give you instructions on adding them according to your desired concentration. For example, when you order an airless bottle, we provide instructions on correctly filling and using the container.
Minimize Facial Wrinkle DIY Serum Recipe
Super Easy Serum with Uplevity & Juveleven!
Video Transcription for Easy Serum with Uplevity and Juveleven
This video shows you how to make a serum that will help you look ten years younger. Juveleven and Uplevity are two new peptides. Start with 1 ounce of the Hyaluronic acid base. Then add 2% of Juveleven and Uplevity.
Juveleven is Acetyl Hexapeptide-51. It helps your skin reclaim ten years of youth and age-reverse, a new anti-aging breakthrough designed to delay senescence.
Uplevity fights the effects of gravity. It nourishes your skin with essential proteins to enhance skin-tightening collagen and increase facial firmness.
Get your supplies, sanitize your work area, and make your serum!
Add the Hyaluronic Acid to the glass container and Juveleven and Uplevity. Blend all ingredients for about 2 minutes. Pour into your airless bottle and lid.
Super simple! Super amazing results!
Use both supercharged anti-aging serum recipes with peptides for an even more powerful serum and create a masterpiece! Discover how making cosmetics and DIY skincare with skin actives and age-defying ingredients can transform your complexion.
5 Benefits of Making Your Own Anti-Aging Skincare Serums
- Customization is Key: Tailoring your serum lets you focus on ingredients specifically targeting your unique skin concerns. Dry, oily, or combination skin? Dark spots or fine lines? By crafting your own serum, you can address these issues head-on.
- Pure and Clean: Making your serums ensures you know precisely what's going into your formulation. Say goodbye to unwanted fillers, artificial fragrances, or harmful preservatives.
- Cost-Effective: Quality anti-aging serums can be pricey. By sourcing your ingredients and making your serums, you can save a significant amount in the long run.
- Freshness Guaranteed: Fresh ingredients mean maximum potency. Making small batches of your serum ensures you always apply the freshest mix to your skin.
- Eco-Friendly Choice: By creating your serums, you can opt for sustainable packaging and reduce the carbon footprint of mass production and commercial shipping.
Craft Your Path to Radiant Skin!
Have you ever felt overwhelmed walking down the skincare aisle, bombarded by the countless bottles promising the elixir of youth? Well, here's a thought: What if the best serum for your skin was one you crafted yourself?
Making your own skincare serums is like becoming the chef of your skincare kitchen. You have the freedom to pick and choose ingredients that resonate with your skin's needs. Think of it as a skin buffet – you're in control, picking and mixing the best of nature's bounty for your skin's ultimate feast.
So, who stands to gain from this DIY skincare adventure? Absolutely everyone! Whether you're someone battling the early signs of aging or just someone keen on maintaining that youthful glow, creating your own serum ensures that you're feeding your skin precisely what it needs.
And let's not forget the empowerment that comes with it. Making your own skincare is not just about the end product. It's about the journey, the learning, the mistakes, and the triumphant successes. It's about embracing the age-old adage: If you want something done right, sometimes you have to do it yourself!
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Embrace the beauty alchemy! Dive into DIY serums and let your skin enjoy the personalized touch it truly deserves. 🌺✨