Hi everyone! In this post, I will be showing you how to make a Homemade Moisturizer For Oily Skin.

Moisturizers are a must have for those with oily skin. These moisturizers can help to relieve and prevent the dryness of skin.

Moisturizer is important for oily skin because it helps to control oil production. It also helps to provide a barrier that prevents moisture loss and irritation.

Moisturizers help your skin retain moisture and hydrate it, which in turn makes your skin less oily. They also minimize the appearance of any pores on the surface of the skin by filling in any noticeable lines and wrinkles.

Moisturizers help to reduce oil production by regulating how much sebum is produced by the glands that line your hair follicles. Sebum is what causes excess oil production, so moisturizing will keep this under control without leaving you with dry or flaky skin.

Homemade moisturizer for oily skin and acne prone skin

Moisturizers are easy to make and can be customized for a particular person. The most common ingredients for moisturizers are oils, water and emulsifiers.

The process of making moisturizers is quite complicated and requires different phases. But in today’s DIY I try to make it as simple as I can so you can follow along.

However, there are many benefits of making your own moisturizer.

Homemade Moisturizer for oily skin

You know exactly what is in it, it’s cheaper than buying one from the store, they can be customized with your favourite essential oils or extracts.

The Benefit Of Each Ingredients

1. Grapeseed Oil

Grapeseed oil is a natural moisturizer that is often used in skin care products to treat oily skin.

The grape seed oil has been found to have a positive effect on the production of sebum, which is the oily substance secreted by the sebaceous glands. It can also help to regulate the production of sebum and reduce its production when needed.

Grape seed oil can be used as an ingredient in various face creams, lotions, or serums for those who are looking for natural ways to reduce their oily skin problems without having to resort to harsh chemicals or treatments.

2. Evening primrose oil

Evening primrose oil is an essential oil that has a high content of omega-6 fatty acids. It is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and also as a natural remedy for skin problems like acne, eczema and psoriasis.

3. Hemp Seed Oil

Hemp seed oil is a natural moisturizer that can be applied to oily skin. Hemp seed oil has been used for thousands of years as a medicinal plant.

It is known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties and has been proven to have many therapeutic effects on the human body.

Hemp seed oil is made up of essential fatty acids which are necessary for human health, and it also contains minerals such as zinc, magnesium, calcium, potassium and phosphorus.

The omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids in hemp seed oil help keep the skin hydrated by preventing water loss from the surface of the skin.

This helps reduce inflammation caused by dryness which can lead to acne breakouts in people with oily

4. Vitamin E Oil

Vitamin E is a natural antioxidant that helps to prevent damage to the skin, and it also helps to improve skin texture.

Vitamin E is a natural antioxidant that helps to protect skin cells from damage.

It is believed that the vitamin e oil can help to prevent the formation of acne and other skin problems.

5. Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea tree oil is a natural antiseptic and antibacterial agent. It is also known for its ability to heal acne and repair skin damaged by the sun.

Tea tree oil has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for various skin conditions, including acne, oily skin and dry skin.

6. Glycerin

Glycerin is a natural moisturizing agent that can be used on oily skin to help with the problem of excess sebum production.

It helps to maintain the moisture level of the skin and also helps in retaining water from evaporating from the surface of the skin. It also has humectant properties which means it attracts moisture from the atmosphere.

This makes it an ideal ingredient for people who have oily or dry skin because it can provide both hydration and moisture to your skin, depending on what your complexion needs.

7. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a plant that is known for its healing properties. It has been used for centuries to treat skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and acne.

Aloe Vera can be applied directly on the skin or it can be mixed with other ingredients to create different beauty products that are beneficial for oily skin.

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Homemade moisturizer for oily skin

I’m going to show you how you can make Homemade Moisturizer For Oily Skin in a few minutes. Get the ingredients and tools ready and see how easy it is to make these moisturizer at home.

The Ingredients

Let’s see what the ingredients are. You can simply click the link to buy from Amazon for international buyers or Shopee for Malaysian buyers:




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How To Make

Phase A ( Water Phase)

Glycerin 2 g

Purified or Distilled water 57.3 g

Aloe Vera juice 10 g

Phase B ( Oil Phase)

Grapeseed oil 7g

Hemp Seed oil 5g

Evening Primrose oil 3 g

Emulsifier ( Montanov 68 ) 5 g

Cetyl alcohol 2 g

Phase C

Vitamin e 0.2 g

Tea Tree essential oil 0.5 g

Phenoxyethanol 1 g

1. The first step is by using a scale measure all the ingredients in gram.

2. The second step is pour all the ingredients in a separate beaker for phase A and B.

3. Heat both phases using double boiler method until reach 70-80 degree Celsius.

4. After that, wait until the cream reach about 40 degree Celsius or cool enough to add phase c ingredients.

5. Your homemade moisturizer for oily skin is done!

But if you want something easier to make, you can try homemade face oil here. It is also suitable for oily and sensitive skin.

So, that’s all for now. Hope it helps ya.

Have a great day!