I've made my own facial products for several years now. It's fun, you save a ton of money, and they work better than most things you can buy in a store. Here are some recipes I've had success with.
Moisturizer for Acne Prone or Oily Skin:
1/2 C aloe gel ( Lily of the Desert works well)
1/2 to 1 t jojoba oil.
After three months of using this recipe, my acne was gone. I had been battling fairly severe acne for 6 years and was amazed at how well this worked. I was totally sold on making my own bath products after this. Jojoba oil "tricks" your skin into not producing oil because it resembles your skin's natural oil closely. It works better than soap to clear clogged pores. The aloe calms irritation and very hydrating.
Moisturizer for Dry Skin:
I made this body lotion with a mix different oils I had lying around, and I found it works well on my face too. This recipe has a lot of oil, but for whatever reason doesn't make me break out. I found the cobalt glass jar at the Alberta Co-op.
1 C cooled brewed herbal (calendula) or green tea
1/4 C safflower oil
scant 1/2C olive oil
spoonful of virgin, raw coconut oil
spoonful of shea butter
2 T grated beeswax
8 drops ylang ylang essential oil
5 drops sweet orange
4 drops lavender
1 drop rosemary
Heat the oils and beeswax in a double boiler (or a pyrex mixing bowl placed over a pot of boiling water) until the wax melts. Remove from heat and let cool for 2 min. Blend the water on high in the blender, remove the stopper on top and slowly pour in the oil/ wax mixture. Blend until it's emulsified completely. Add essential oils when cool and jar it. (Mason jars are great.)
Fill a spray bottle (available in the travel area of the toiletries section) halfway with water or cooled herbal/ green tea, halfway with witch hazel, a squirt of honey, and a drop of rosemary, mint, or sweet orange essential oil.
I buy french green, red, or white clay from the bulk section of natural food stores, which can be rehydrated with water, green tea, milk or soy milk. Yogurt, honey, or egg whites are all edibles that make great masks.
I also keep several aloe plants around my house. Nothing beats fresh aloe!