How to Make Your Own DIY Face Oil

We all love reading about the best face oils, and today we’re inspired to share how to make and customize your own. Making your own DIY facial oil can seem like it could be difficult, but there is actually a major advantage: You can customize your own face oil to suit your skins needs.

Plus, we’re here to tell you that it is super easy to make your own DIY face oil at home. Where there’s a will, there’s a way!

Here you’ll find how to make your own DIY face oil, tips on finding the right oil, and our favorite face oils.

How to Make Your Own DIY Face Oil

How to Find the Right Face Oil For You

Like any other skincare item, choosing what oil to use depends on the person. For some, it’s a type of antioxidant filled hydrating oil. For others, it’s a quick absorbing dry oil. The best approach is to start with choosing an oil that you love and works for your particular skin-type. And, once you find the right face oil, you're good to go. 

Almost all face oils work similarly to help protect, balance, and moisturize skin. Instead of making you research which oil is best for your skin-type, we’ve compiled our top three favorite face oils. Each oil provides your skin with the hydration and nourishment it needs.

Here are a few tips on selecting the perfect face oil for you:

Olive oil:

Olive oil is a personal favorite of ours. Olive oil has been used on the skin for centuries. For example, the iconic actress Sophia Loren uses olive oil on her skin and in the bath. And, she’s not alone, it is said Cleopatra also used olive oil as a hair treatment. 

So why is it so effective? Well, the skin benefits of Olive oil are endless. Extra virgin olive oil contains vitamins A and E, its properties help penetrate deeply into the skin to moisturize and protect. Using Olive oil on the skin will leave it feeling smoother and hydrated.

  • Skin- type: Olive oil is suitable for all skin types.

Argan Oil:

Argan oil contains a ton of beneficial ingredients like essential fatty acids, ferulic acid, antioxidants, and vitamin E. As the name implies, argan oil is extracted from nuts of the argan tree in Morocco. Using argan oil will help seal, nourish, and moisturize the skin, eliminating dryness. Argan oil is great for those that are looking for simplicity without oily residue. It’s great for everyday use. 

  • Skin-type: Argan oil is suitable for all skin types. 

Rosehip Seed Oil:

Rosehip seed oil is packed with beneficial ingredients (rich in essential fatty acids, vitamins A and E, and more!) It is also a dry oil, which means it quickly absorbs in the skin and leaves no oil residue. Rosehip seed oil is a great choice for all skin types, but it is also great for those who have oily skin and sensitive skin. 

  • Skin-type: Rosehip seed oil is suitable for all skins types and sensitive skin. 

It’s clear picking any one of these oils will be perfect to achieving hydrated skin. You can even combine a blend of the oils (more details below!) that will nourish the skin and boost hydration. After all, keeping skin hydrated is the key. 

Now that you know how to select the best face oil for your skin type, let’s dive in on how to make your own...

DIY How to Make Your Own Face Oil

How to Make Your Own Face Oil

What You’ll need:

  • Ten tablespoons of any oil of your choice. 
  • Or, combine equal parts of any oil (TIP: argan oil and rosehip seed oil are a great combo!)
  • Add two to three drops of an essential oil of your choice.  


The instructions are simple. First, pour 10 tablespoons of the oil in a bowl. Add two to three drops of essential oil. Stir with a spoon and apply to skin. Enjoy the benefits of having hydrated skin!

You can also find out How to Make Your Own DIY Body Oil and learn the benefits of using a Rose Quartz face roller. Have you made your own personalized face oil? Share with us your thoughts below.