Homemade Intensive Organic Night Cream for Face & Neck

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Intensive Organic Night Cream for Face & Neck

By Gluten Free Zen


*Makes about 3 Cups

(Click on each ingredient for brand)

1 1/2 Cups of Organic Unrefined Virgin Coconut Oil

1/2 Cup of Organic African Shea Butter

2 Tablespoons of Organic Unfiltered Extra Virgin Olive Oil

12 Drops of Frankincense Essential Oil

6 Drops of Lavender Essential Oil

4 Drops of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

6 Drops of Lemon Essential Oil

Measure the coconut oil into a stand mixer and whip the the whisk attachment until light and fluffy. Add the shea butter and continue whipping until full incorporated and airy. Slowly drizzle the olive into the mixture while the mixer is running. Continue to whip until light and fluffy. Turn the mixer to low and add the essential oils. Whip until fully incorporated.

Spoon cream carefully into containers of choice. Tap container after each spoonful to compact and level the cream. Keep away from heat and extreme cold.

Apply a small amount to freshly cleansed face and neck at bed time

(Scroll down for more of my body product recipes!)

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Here are links to more of my Healthy Homemade Body Products! 

Homemade Body Butter

Lip Balm, Sleep Salve, Night Cream, Shower Bomb, Body Lotion, & Hand and Elbow Scrub

Essential Oil Body Cream

Toner & Face Cream

12 Comments on “Homemade Intensive Organic Night Cream for Face & Neck

    • Didn’t you say you lived in Florida? Lucky you with all that moisture in the air! Here it is like a dessert in the winter as far as moisture in the air. I have to lotion from head to toe twice a day.


      • I have relatively few wrinkles and no crows feet. It might be good genes. I also don’t wear war paint. That might have something to do with it.

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  3. It looks amazing! Do you melt the shea butter, because it tends to be gritty? Also the coconut oil when you measure it, do you pack it in? Here in NY it’s still hard.


    • Hi Dee! No, I don’t melt the shea because the brand I use isn’t gritty. If you click on it in the recipe it will take you to the brand link. And I would say yes, I packed the coconut oil in as much as possible. If you set your tub on top of a heat register or in the bathroom while you shower it should warm up enough to soften the coconut oil and make it easier to measure. Thanks for stopping by and commenting! 🙂


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