How to Make Lavender Hyaluronic Acid Gel Face Mask

Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in our skin.  As we age, we loose this.  So adding a little to your skincare can help to replenish what we loose.

However, you really don't need much to make a difference.  

In this formula I am including a Hyaluronic acid stock.  This is a stock made up of mostly water, with 1% of Hyaluronic acid and a preservative.  

When added at 30% as below, this gives us a 0.3% inclusion of Hyaluronic acid in the formula, which is more than enough to serve the benefits.

To learn more about Hyaluronic acid see my other video and blog HERE

So, on with the formula for this mask.

Formula for a 100g batch

Phase A

  • 55.4% (55.4g) Lavender Hydrosol
  • 30% (30g) Hyaluronic Acid 1% stock
  • 10% (10g) Vegetable Glycerine
  • 2.5% (2.5g) Solagum AX
  • 2% (2g) Saligard PCG
  • 0.1% (0.1g) Purple Mica


For this formula, you’ll need your hyaluronic acid stock.  See my other video on how to do that.

First mix the Solagum and Mica into the vegetable glycerine until combined.

Add Hyaluronic acid stock and stir to combine.

Add the hydrosol and preservative and stir to combine.

Adjust pH to 4.5-5 (I had to adjust mine down using a 50/50 citric acid/water stock) I added a few drops until it came down to range.


If you want a thicker consistency or are using a low molecular weight hyaluronic acid, then you will want to add more Solagum.

The Hyaluronic acid that I am using is Sodium Hyaluronate, which forms a nice medium gel consistency when made into a stock. 

If you want to use plain distilled water and add a fragrance, you will need to use a solubilizer.

 Disclaimer: These formulas and recipes are experiments created for the purpose of sharing on Patreon and YouTube. Revega does not make any claims as to their qualifications or the efficacy of the formulations which are listed here for entertainment purposes and accepts no responsibility for how you use these. We are self-taught and offer these videos from our years of knowledge and experience in making our own cosmetic products.

Remember that if you intend to use one of these formulations for your own product range, do your own research, experiments, adjustments and tests before using, gifting or selling.


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