Essential Oils for Acne
Essential oils are liquids that are usually distilled by water or steam from the stems, flowers, leaves, bark, roots or other elements of the plant species.
It is said that essential oils contain ‘the true essence of the plant it was derived from.’
Natural is good. But does applying these essential oils to our face really target the problem of getting rid of acne?
Evening primrose oil has become a popular dietary supplement claimed to soothe damaged and dry skin caused by conditions like eczema and psoriasis. That’s exactly why many acne sufferers have turned to evening primrose oil acne treatments in an attempt to calm inflammation and heal damage caused by acne in their delicate complexions.
Lavender oil has been praised by the health community for its long list of benefits to aid in sleep, reduce overall anxiety, and even improve circulation, but could these health benefits actually play a role in your fight against acne?
When you take into account the many harsh and damaging acne medications out there, it’s no wonder that most acne sufferers are looking for a natural cure. But does a flaxseed oil acne treatment really have the natural healing power to clear up acne in your skin for good?
Emu oil has recently received praise in the health community since it has healing anti-inflammatory benefits to promote health and vitality, but does this mean that emu oil acne treatments have the ability to finally clear up acne in your skin?
If you are on the lookout for a natural acne treatment, then you may have already stumbled upon olive oil acne products that contain olive oil as a natural and soothing ingredient to heal and hydrate the skin. While it is important to carefully read your product labels and seek out natural acne products that are free from chemicals, an even more important question begs to be asked when it comes to olive oil acne products: Are they better for your skin when used topically or consumed internally?
There is a serious amount of acne remedies circulating online that claim to offer instantly flawless skin, but which really work? One of the most popular natural acne remedies out there is the jojoba oil acne treatment, and although I am the first to say that I am a big fan of natural skin care as an aesthetician, it still pays to do a little bit of research before putting any ingredient on your skin…
The tea tree oil acne remedy is unarguably one of the most popular natural acne treatments on the market, normally sold in health stores and through natural health websites online. Tea tree oil provides a number of antibacterial benefits, but does it have the ability to kill acne bacteria on your skin and protect your complexion from further breakouts?