Primer is the most important part of the makeup but a lot of people tend to avoid it. Primer not only helps in providing the skin a smooth texture but also make it easy for the makeup to glide on. Almost all the big brands have their own primer range however, they do come with their own set of chemicals. Here are some natural remedies which will help you in making your 100% natural primers at the convenience of your home.

Best DIY Primers For Acne Prone Skin
Best DIY Primers For Acne Prone Skin

Glycerin, Rose And Lavender Oil Primer

Things you will need:

 Glycerin  2 tbsp
 Rose Hydrosol  3 tbsp
 Rose Witch Hazel  3 tbsp
 Lavender Oil  8 drops

Procedure:

  1. Take a bowl, add glycerin, rose hydrosol, rose witch hazel and lavender oil in it.
  2. Mix all the ingredients really well.
  3. Cleanse your face using a mild cleanser and pat the skin dry.
  4. Scoop this primer on to your fingers and apply it on your face.
  5. Use a circular motion to massage the primer into the skin.
  6. Don’t rinse, let it sink in.

Use this primer everytime before doing your makeup.

Glycerin hydrates the skin and balances the pH. Rose hydrosol evens the skin tone while reducing acne. Witch hazel contains astringent properties which make the skin elastic and prevents ageing signs. Lavender oil improves blood circulation which repair the skin damage.

Bentonite Clay, Arrowroot And Aloe Vera Gel Primer

Things you will need:

 Bentonite Clay  1/4th Tsp
 Arrowroot Powder  1/4th Tsp
 Aloe Vera Gel  2 Tsp

Procedure:

  1. Take a bowl, add bentonite clay, arrowroot powder and aloe vera gel in it.
  2. Mix all the ingredients to make a paste.
  3. Cleanse your face using a mild cleanser and pat the skin dry.
  4. Scoop this mix onto your fingers and apply it onto your face.
  5. Massage using a circular motion until the primer settles in the skin. Don’t rinse.

Use this once every day for best results.

Bentonite clay helps in absorbing excess oil from the skin whilst protecting the pores from clogging. Arrowroot powder penetrates into the skin and heals it from within. Aloe vera gel mattifies the skin and help in an easy glide-makeup.

Aloe Vera Primer

Things you will need:

 Liquid Foundation  1 Tsp
 Concealer  1 Tsp
 Body Butter  1 Tsp
 Aloe Vera Gel  4-5 drops
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Procedure:

  1. Take a bowl, add liquid foundation, concealer and aloe vera gel in it.
  2. Mix it using a spoon.
  3. Now, add body butter in another glass bowl and melt it.
  4. Mix it with the rest of the ingredients.
  5. Cleanse your face using a mild cleanser and pat the skin dry.
  6. Apply this mixture onto your face and massage it in. Don’t rinse.

Use this twice every day for best results.

The foundation and concealer help in adding a tint to the skin while body butter moisturizes the skin. Aloe vera gel absorbs excess oil from the skin while mattifying it.

Aloe Vera And Almond Oil Primer

Things you will need:

 Aloe Vera Gel  1 tbsp
 Almond Oil  2 drops
 Water  3 tbsp

Procedure:

  1. Take a bowl, add aloe vera gel, almond oil and water in it.
  2. Mix all the ingredients really well.
  3. Cleanse your face using a mild cleanser and pat the skin dry.
  4. Apply this mixture onto your face and massage in a circular motion for 1-2 minutes.
  5. Let the skin absorb it, don’t rinse.

Use this primer twice or once every day for best results.

Aloe vera absorbs excess oil while providing the skin with a smooth texture for the makeup to glide on. Almond oil contains vitamin E oil which prevents ageing signs like wrinkles and fine lines.



Vani Kambali

Health and Wellness Content Writer at Glowpink
Health and wellness content writer at Glowpink, I find my solace in the words that I cook and serve to people for them to benefit from it. With my growing interest in health, wellness and travel sectors, I concentrate on capturing the things that I read and see from my eye and deliver it to people in the crispest manner for them to experience and take back something from it.
The story of my life- I hate writing, I love having written- Dorothy Parker
Vani Kambali

Vani Kambali

Health and Wellness Content Writer
Health and wellness content writer at Glowpink, I find my solace in the words that I cook and serve to people for them to benefit from it. With my growing interest in health, wellness and travel sectors, I concentrate on capturing the things that I read and see from my eye and deliver it to people in the crispest manner for them to experience and take back something from it. The story of my life- I hate writing, I love having written- Dorothy Parker

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