Looking for the best serum for eye wrinkles, uneven skin, or an effective acne scars serum? This DIY Glow Serum with healing essential oils is all-natural and will work miracles for your skin!

Want to get rid of your acne scars, eye wrinkles, and uneven skin tone? I have a serum for you!

Growing up, I was that kid with horrible acne.

Like, embarrassing, painful, terrible-looking acne. I’ve written about it extensively, and you can read more about it here if you’d like.

But suffice to say – I had acne so severe that it left me with a face full of scars. I was once told the only way to get rid of them was to surgically peel my top several layers of skin off.

Obviously, that wasn’t happening.

I figured I would just have to live with my acne scarring.

However several years ago, I was introduced to essential oils. Lovely, effective, amazing, mind-blowing essential oils. These suckers are no joke. They’re potent, they’re powerful and they work.

While my skin isn’t 100% clear of scarring (seriously – the scarring I was left with was severe), it’s improved at least 60%.

Where I once had deep, pitted scars, I now have more even skin. Where I once had hyperpigmentation, I now have skin that matches the rest of my face. And it’s all thanks to essential oils.

Essential Oils in this acne scars serum help you get rid of scars, eye wrinkles, and uneven skin!

My scarring is what allowed me to study, to dive into essential oils, to figure out their benefits and which are best for things like scarring – and subsequently wrinkles.

These oils rebuild skin cells, heal, they’re anti-inflammatory, they balance the skin, reduce redness and promote skin regeneration.

Tips for working with essential oils:

You can find the ingredients for the acne scars serum aka.  Glow Serum below. I do not advise on proportions for this because it has a lot of essential oils in it and I only make it to about a 2% dilution, which is appropriate for most adults.

It’s really easy to go overboard with the essential oils and use too much – so make sure you’re not doing this!

Add a small amount and always dilute. You can purchase the serum here or make your own using a few of the oils below.

This DIY Glow Serum also helps with the following:

  • hydrates dry skin
  • balances oily skin
  • helps shrink pores
  • promotes a healthy glow
  • evens skin tone

How to make the best DIY serum for eye wrinkles, acne scars, and uneven skin:


organic argan oil – this is not an essential oil but a wonderful carrier oil for the essential oils below. It’s hydrating for mature, dry skin and also balances oil production in oily skin. Do not be afraid to apply oil to your skin, especially if you have oily skin. Like dissolves like, so if you have oily skin – argan oil actually encourages your skin to produce less oil.

organic rosehip oil – also not an essential oil, but absolutely amazing and effective for both scarring and wrinkles.

“In a two-year study, rosehip oil was applied to 180 patients with surgical, traumatic and burn scars, as well as to a group suffering from premature aging of the skin. The results were remarkable. Continuous application of rosehip oil effectively attenuated scars and wrinkles,  halted the advancement of premature aging, and restored lost skin natural color and tone.” Source


This oil lightens scars, build new skin cells and even promotes skin elasticity – making it great for stretch marks as well!

rose absolute

Rose is a wonderful oil for the skin. It’s astringent, making it great for pores and also

jasmine absolute

Jasmine essential oil promotes skin elasticity, making it excellent for mature skin.


Geranium is great for oily skin! It helps balance sebum production and is also anti-inflammatory. It’s also known for its ability to cicatrize aka heal scar formation.


Interestingly enough, even smelling sandalwood can help your skin heal itself! This study found that,

“Skin cells possess an olfactory receptor for sandalwood scent, as researchers at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum have discovered. Their data indicate that cell proliferation increases and wound healing improve if those receptors are activated.”

Roman chamomile & German chamomile

Both promote even skin tone and are deeply anti-inflammatory. They are incredibly healing for the skin.


Fennel is another potent antiseptic that also tones the skin. This makes it great for more mature or particularly scarred skin.

carrot seed

This is a potent antioxidant that is great for regenerating the skin.  It also smooths the skin.


Lemon is a strong antibacterial, making it great for harmful bacteria on the skin that can worsen any issues you may have. It’s also high in vitamin C, which is necessary for collagen production – which is what reduces scars and wrinkles. Lemon also fades the appearance of scars and wrinkles over time.


Lavender is very anti-inflammatory. For this reason, it’s great if you burn yourself! It soothes and heals the skin. It promotes an even skin tone as well.


They don’t call it the king of oil for nothin’! Frankincense is one of the most potent anti-inflammatory oils available, making it great for getting rid of acne scars and wrinkles. It’s also great for shrinking pores and clearing the skin.


This is one of the most potent oils for wrinkles and scarring. It helps diminish both fine lines and scarring and promotes skin regeneration. It’s actually known for helping to heal scar tissue and promoting the tissue to repair itself.

Want to learn more about which essential oils help with acne? Make sure to check out my post on The Best Essential Oils for Acne.

How To Use the Acne Scars Serum:

  1. Wash your face (I recommend oil cleansing).
  2. Tone your skin using a toner with essential oils (this one if my favorite).
  3. Apply about four drops of the Glow Serum all over your face and massage it in.
  4. Moisturizer as usual (this is the one I use).

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*This acne scars serum is not recommended during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

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  1. Should I use GlowSerum twice a day? Or only once?
    Thank you
    Best wishes

  2. Do you use all of the above in one blend or are you just providing a list of EO’s that are healing for skin?
    I love all of the ones you mentioned but haven’t used that many different oils together in a blend yet.
    Thank You,

    • dani Reply

      The Glow Serum linked from this post does contain them all. You can always try and DIY with the ones you have on hand, or blend what you do have.

  3. Hi, when you say a max of 2% dilution, is that for the total sum of essential oils or for each? I’ve always had this question.

  4. Deborah Calabrese Reply

    I make a lot of serums and this one sounds fabulous. However, I don’t like guess work when it comes to my face or my family and friends. I understand you have a business you are running but why tempt us with this lovely serum and no exact measurements. Would you please reconsider, I have no desire at all to take someone else’s hard work and turn it into a profit for myself. Thanks for listening.

  5. Hajra Mirza Reply

    Hi, i have all of these essential oils, you have not mentioned the quantities, please tell me how much of each oil should be used? Thanks

  6. I have not tried much of this oil yet.. How long will this combination of oils last?

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  8. Hi I was thinking about buying the glow serum but wanted to know what brand of essentials oils are used in it? Thanks!

  9. There is not a recipe. How many drops of essential oils vs the rosehip and Arian oils. Thanks Mimi

  10. Do you have a ratio of the oils – like 2 parts rose and geranium to 1 part frankincense and neroli? Thank you!

  11. Just wondering (kind of hoping actually) do you sell this already mixed?

  12. Hello,
    I’m scared to put lemon on my face if it’s a morning serum because of the light.
    Or maybe this is a night serum?

  13. Hi, so if you do use all of them, how many drops of each in a 30ml dark glass container? Thanks

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