Let’s Dupe: Eve Lom Intense Hydration Serum
Formulations don’t have to be complex. This one is super simple and a breeze to dupe. Cold process, no oil phase, and all ingredients are easy to get hold of (http://makingskincare.com/cosmetic-ingredient-suppliers/).
Ingredient wise, the formula is inexpensive apart from the sodium hyaluronate, (high molecular weight: 1-1.5 million daltons), which retails around US$2-5 for 1g.
The preservative, Euxyl® PE 9010, is a blend of 90% phenoxyethanol and 10% ethylhexylglycerin.
4 thoughts on “Let’s Dupe: Eve Lom Intense Hydration Serum”
I have purchased most everything I need to create my own personal moisturizer, but looking for tutorial to show me the stages of production and mixing. Would you please help me, or direct me to answer my question? lThankyou
Hi Julia, you can find our lotion tutorial which covers that here: https://makingskincare.com/how-to-make-a-lotioncream-part-1-equipment-and-ingredients/
May I ask you why there is no solubiliser for the ethylhexylglycerin ?
Is its amount so low that it would be useless or is the glycerin acting like a solubiliser ?
Yes it’s so low (0.1%) that it isn’t needed.