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Healing Acne With This 5 Amazing Essential Oils

For someone with the soul that close to mother nature and appreciate the art of healing skin problems like acne using true nature’s wonders, I can vouch for today’s topic.

The concept of building and creating your own products from natural raw ingredients are always a very favorite of mine. But don’t you worry, I’m not biased!

Creating products, or just essentially using them alone from natural, raw, organic ingredients are proven to be more healing and therapeutic to some people.

I personally like to create my own skincare products using natural ingredients such as shea butter, essentials oil, apple cider vinegar, or Castille soap.

Not only it is therapeutic, calming and smell incredible, but some people choose the natural route because of allergy, sensitive skin or just simply a personal choice.

For me, it’s because I am a product’s vegan. I prefer to use cruelty-free, non-animal derivatives, fair trade organic products.

Okay, trust me, it is not that complicated.

What I mean is that these type of raw natural ingredients are often from an organic source, that is known and proven hundreds of years before, to be safe to use directly without going through a lot of lab test on our furry friends.

And is also often originated from the mother nature itself like the undeveloped countryside, or exotic forest in an alienated island that is boasted with powerful and beneficial sources.

Now we’ve covered the goodness of natural ingredients, let’s move on to one of my favorite natural products of all.

Essential oil! Essential oil not only is therapeutic and aromatherapy, it is also an amazing and powerful ingredient to treat acne and any problems in your life, including heartbreak!

How do you ask? 20 drops of lavender essential oil in the bathtub, to help you de-stress and relaxed that will instantly make you forget about the monster that just cost you your precious tears earlier. I got you, girl!

How To Treat Acne With Essential Oil

Tea tree oil For Acne And Blemishes

The OG of all. Now, by this time, I’m pretty sure everybody knows how tea tree oil has been used widely for treating acne. Even major high-end brands use tea tree oil extracts as acne fighting ingredients in their products.

Did I mention that you can have the exact same desire effects with just the regular tea tree oil, for a fraction of the price?

Tea tree oil is famous for reducing blemishes, redness, and irritation. It will calm your inflammation and helps with drying out acne and kills bacteria causing acne because of the antiseptic and antibacterial features that the essential oil harbor.

But the goods also is bear with the bads, because this oil can also cause allergy. To some people, it is too strong and can cause irritation.

If you have sensitive skin, try to dilute the oil with water before using it as a spot treatment or mix it with your moisturizer if you have dry skin.

Suitable for oily skin, this essential oil will help with balancing the oil production because of the drying effect that it has.

Clove Oil For Cystic Acne Or Boil

If you suffer from stubborn cystic acne and boil that seems to have decided that they want to stay inside your skin forever, you can try clove oil to help push the cyst and boil to head so that they resurface and can be poped.

Not only that, besides making the curry taste good, it is also making acne vanish by killing the bacteria and disinfect the infected area. Clove oil is antiseptic and antibacterial, thus making it a good reason to have it in your skincare cabinet in the bathroom.

Lemongrass Oil For Painful Acne

Have you ever had those very painful, throbbing acne and you don’t know what to do besides from putting a cube of ice on it?

Well, ice do help, because it’s cold and will make the acne numb, but what if I tell you that lemongrass oil can take that pain away and heal the acne at the same time? Not the pain from having rejected by your crush though.

Lemongrass oil has analgesic properties which will tend to the pain and making it go away.

Magic?

Not only that, but lemongrass oil also help revitalize your skin because of the citrusy scent help to boost the energy of your skin thus making it look fresher and brighter.

Mix it with some of your moisturizer or serum if you have dry skin as it can be quite drying and stingy if your skin is sensitive.

Lavender Oil For Popped Acne

Having your face puffed and irritated after you popped your acne isn’t fun, isn’t it? Well, lavender oil will have it fixed in no time.

It will help stop the bleeding, heal the open wound, and calm the irritation.

The scent is also very aromatic and therapeutic making your acne tantrum soothed.

Mix in with carrier oil to dilute it as the strong scent will irritate and cause dry patches on your skin. Use it in your bath water and you’ll heal your back acne too! We love some versatile essentials oil!

Frankinscence For Acne Scars

If there’s acne, there’s a scar. The solution you may ask? Frankincense oil of course. The oil has a sedative property that is gentle and mild that will calm the acne, heal it thus, getting rid of the redness to avoid scarring.

It can be used as a spot treatment on its own because i is non-irritating.

Yay for our dry skin!

It also provide serene and calming sensation as it smells great and therapeutic. I can definitely vouch for that.

There you go, guys. 5 different types of essential oils that bring not only luck to your skin, but also will help you to distressed and tranquilized so you wouldnt have to be so worryful of your skin anymore.

The problem can be solved with just natural remedies right from your fingertips.

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