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Quickly make your own mascara from very personal natural ingredients

Homemade Mascara from simple, easy-to-find natural ingredients to help you beautify yourself safely at home!

Mascara is one of the indispensable items of many women. However, instead of buying mascara on the market with expensive prices, did you know that you can make your own mascara with only extremely cheap and safe natural ingredients at home?


- 2 teaspoons coconut oil
- 4 teaspoons aloe vera gel
- 1/2 teaspoon grated beeswax
- 1 - 2 activated charcoal tablets (for black) or cocoa powder (for brown)
- 1 shell clean mascara

Due to the temperature difference, you can add beeswax to provide extra hold on your mascara longer. Remember that coconut oil will liquefy when the temperature is above 75 degrees. If you want your mascara to be more waterproof, you can increase the beeswax to 3/4 or 1 tsp.

Activated charcoal can be found in most grocery stores or online stores. If you are worried about using activated charcoal in contact with your eyes, you can replace it with cocoa powder.


1. Put coconut oil, aloe vera gel, and beeswax in a small saucepan and heat over low heat. Stir until the beeswax is completely melted.

2. Add 1 - 2 activated charcoal tablets (depending on desired color, about 1/4 - 1/2 tsp) and pour into the oil mixture. Stir until completely combined. Turn off the fire.

3 Pour into a small plastic bag, pushing the mixture down an angle. Then cut a very small hole in the corner of the bag.


4. Insert the cut end of the bag into the mascara case, slowly pour the resulting solution completely into the shell


5. Hold the bag and press gently so that the mascara mixture flows completely into the case.


6. Screw the cap tight and you've got your natural mascara in no time!

Note: Like all mascara, it is important that you use this homemade mascara wisely. Proper use of mascara includes handling tubes and brushes after 4-6 months. Mascara should also be treated if a different, strange, or especially pungent odor is detected. It's possible and not normal, but all mascaras are incapable of growing bacteria.

Make sure you tighten the cap to avoid drying out the mascara.

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