Carrot Face Cream Recipe – Organic Beauty Recipes

Carrot seed oil is high in Vitamin A and E, beta carotene and also contains carotenoid which provides a natural protection against the effect of UV radiation; it will give your skin a discreet and natural golden hale. This Carrot Face Cream Recipe is also full of antioxidants which make it a perfect every day anti-wrinkle cream. I have added aloe Vera to help with acne and to repair the skin.  The essential oils are optional but are a great combo for a natural anti-aging face cream.  If carrots are not your things, take a look at my other face cream recipes. Enjoy!

Carrot Face Cream Recipe

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Carrot Face Cream Recipe - Organic Beauty Recipes
 
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  1. Combine all the oils, shea butter & beeswax to your double boiler on low heat until they are melted.
  2. Take your bowl out of the heat and add the aloe vera (make sure it is a room temperature and not too cold) then start whipping until you get the creamy consistency desired.
  3. Add the essential oil if you wish and mix well.
  4. Pour in a glass jar container and use within 1 month.

A word of caution about infused carrot oil, does not use more than 5% dilution in your cream, using it at 100% may cause an orange discoloration of the skin. 

Now crafty ladies, tell me what are your thought about this amazing Carrot Face Cream Recipe?

34 Comments

  1. Emilley

    Thank u so much for this recipe after my pregnancy my skin became very dark with pigmentation so wanted to try ur recipe hope it wil work for me to reduces pigmentation and discoloration of my skin . I have a smal doubt Can I add vitamin e oil to this cream. If so please suggest me which vitamin e is good with the link .. waiting for ur reply

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  2. Joanne

    I am absolutely new to this idea of making my own creams but would love to learn to do this.
    Where would I buy all of these ingredients

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  3. Jade

    Hi there! I may have overlooked it, but how much does this recipe make?

    Thank you!

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  4. Luna

    Hi Eve,

    Is it possible to use a preservative with this cream, like preservative eco to prolong to the shelf life? if so, at what percentage?

    Thanks,

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    • Eve @ Organic Beauty Recipes

      HI Luna, my recipes are naturals and I don’t use chemicals preservatives, sorry! Essential oils do help controlling bacteria and extend shelve life but as I mention, it is always better to do small batches as you need.

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  5. Pallavi

    Does it have to be refined shea butter, can I do this with unrefined?

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    • Eve @ Organic Beauty Recipes

      Hi Pallavi, yes most definitely! You might not have the exact same texture but using raw butters are much better for the skin.

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  6. maia

    what natural emulsifiers can i use?

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  7. Ashlyn Diaz

    Hi Eve

    How long does this last for? I know water added into recipes can minimize the expiry date.

    Thank you for your amazing recipes.

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  8. Lynne

    Is there a substitute for the Aloe Vera Juice?

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    • Eve @ Organic Beauty Recipes

      Hi Lynne, you can use hydrosols also called flower water from rose, orange blossom or other plants.

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  9. shirin

    Can we use carrot seeds powder? Directly? In spite of using carrot seeds oil? What differnece it would make?

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    • Eve @ Organic Beauty Recipes

      HI Shirin, if you use a carrot seed powder you need to dilute it with an oil otherwise it will change the whole ratio of the recipe. Check the label of your product to see how to dilute it in oil.

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      • shirin

        Sounds good though..also I have carrot powder at home..which is prepared by sun drying method of carrot.if I want to use that for the cream? Would it give the same effect? Also how much quantity should I use of carrot powder?

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        • Eve @ Organic Beauty Recipes

          HI Shirin, what you could do is create an infused oil (dilute it in almond or jojoba oil) with the carrot powder and leave it in front of a warm window seal (inside your house) and let it infused naturally for 2 to 3 weeks. Then strain the oil to remove the carrot powder and use the oil only in your cream.

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  10. Tatum

    Would this be suitable for sensative skin?

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    • Eve @ Organic Beauty Recipes

      Hi Tatum, yes its suitable for sensitive skin but its always a good idea to do a patch test to see if there are any skin reaction. Also I would skin the essential oils if your skin is extremely sensitive.

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  11. sonia

    i need one battle

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  12. Kim

    What is THE shelf life of this cream

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    • Eve @ Organic Beauty Recipes

      Hi Kim, Use this cream within 1 to max 2 months, its always best to make small batches of creams.

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  13. Chayil

    “A word of caution about infused carrot oil, does not use more than 5% dilution in your cream, using it at 100% may cause an orange discoloration of the skin”

    Could you please shed more light on above statement? Should the carrot oil be diluted? What with? What proportion?

    Thank u so much
    Chayil

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    • Eve @ Organic Beauty Recipes

      Hi Chayil, follow the recipe with the same proportion and you won’t have any problems. It is using 5% of the infused carrot oil.

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  14. omar mercy

    I like your blog. Can I use fresh carrot juice on my lotion and cream?

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    • Eve @ Organic Beauty Recipes

      Hi Omar,

      Its best to use carrot infused oil as fresh carrot juice would spoil very easily and you will need to keep in the fridge and use within less than a week.

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      • Ayokens

        Hello i need help in my new recipe of face cream

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  15. Virgin

    Do you mean.., “the aloe Vera juice” , is for people with wet phase ? , and the natural infused is meant for oil skin … Or all this are going to be combine together ?,, pls explain … Thanks

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      • Adrian

        I’m sorry I’m very confused too on this recipe. Wet phase? And i have essential oils but where do I get carrot oil?

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