DIY Green Tea Moisturiser

Green Tea Moisturiser
DIY Green Tea Moisturiser Recipe

I love moisturising my skin. There is never enough moisturising. I can moisturise my skin for 3 or 4 times a day. But I want to do that in a natural way. So, with this DIY green tea moisturiser, I can do that.

I have started this DIY cosmetics couple of years ago. And I am in love with every recipe. I have tried hundreds of different recipes. But recipes with green tea are my favourite. Because you can both drink this tea and apply it on your face. Amazing right.

Homemade Green Tea Moisturiser Recipe

Homemade Green Tea Moisturiser Recipe
Aloe vera gel, Geen tea, Argan oil, Tea tree essential oil, Lavender essential oil


  • 4 teaspoon of pure aloe vera gel
  • 2 teaspoon of green tea
  • 3 teaspoon of argan oil
  • 4 drops of tea tree essential oil
  • 4 drops of lavender essential oil
  • 4 drops of geranium essential oil


  • Take small pot and heat some water. You will need this water to brew your green tea.
  • Take green tea leaves or green tea bags in a cup.
  • Pour the boiled water slowly to brew your tea.
  • You need to wait for 20 minutes or until your brewed tea cools down.
  • Then, take 2 teaspoons of brewed green tea in a clean bowl.
  • Add Aloe Vera gel, argan oil, tea tree essential oil, lavender essential oil and geranium essential oil on brewed green tea.
  • Combine all the ingredients. Transfer your mixture in a clean container
  • Your DIY green tea moisturisers is ready.

How to Use DIY Green Tea Moisturiser?

This amazing DIY green tea moisturiser will be your daily moisturiser. After cleaning your face with your face cleanser and toner, apply the moisturiser directly on your skin. You can use this homemade green tea skin moisturiser 2 times per day.

You can store your recipe in an airtight container. Try to keep the container in a dry and cool place. Since we have essential oils in this recipe, it will last more than other recipes. You can store your DIY green tea moisturiser for 3 or 4 weeks.

Important Note:

This recipe contains essential oils. Some people are allergic to essential oils. So, before mixing essential oils in this recipe, you need to test if you have any allergies. Apply small portion of each essential oil on your hand. If you see any redness or rashes, you are probably allergic. In this case do not use any of the essential oils. If there is no problem, you are good to go.