Recipe: How to Make a Cuticle Serum

Written by: | October 9, 2020 | Leave a Comment

Keeping cuticles nourished and soft helps to eliminate problems associated with dry cuticles. As we’re all washing hands more, sanitizing, and facing the winter months, now is the perfect time to create and sell your own cuticle serum. This simple and easy-to-make formula uses Supreme Serum as the base–although originally designed for the face it works perfectly as a cuticle serum. Enhanced with cuticle- and nail-loving ingredients, this serum will go a long way in helping to keep your whole hand nourished and soft.

Watch as Teeneke guides us through each step, and check out the instructions below the video for more information.

Equipment You’ll Need

• Beaker or pan/pot
• Measuring cups/spoons or scale
• Stick Blender

Difficulty Level: Easy
Approximate yield: 1 Pound – approximately 16 – 1oz bottles
Approximate cost per pound: $20.56
Suggested packaging: 1oz bottle with long tip applicator or airless pump
Suggested retail price: $8 – $10 each

Ingredient                                              Lbs        Kitchen          %
Supreme Facial Serum                           0.9833     16 oz (1lb)     98.33%
Vitamin E Oil (Non-GMO)                    0.0098     ½ Tbsp        0.98%
Myrrh Essential Oil                                 0.0049     1 Tsp             0.49%
Carrot Seed Essential Oil                       0.0020     ¼ Tsp           0.20%


1. Add all ingredients to a beaker or pan/pot.
2. Using your stick blender, begin mixing until all ingredients are fully blended.
3. Once fully blended, fill into bottles or airless pump.
4. Use serum daily to keep cuticles soft and nourished.

Please note that this cuticle serum recipe has not been challenge tested for preservation efficacy. If you use this recipe for market sales, it is up to you to ensure the safety of the product.

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