How You Can Fight Acne With Essential Oils!

How You Can Fight Acne With Essential Oils!

Essential oils are great for aroma therapy because they help relieve stress and help you to relax. But did you know essential oils are not only great for aromatherapy, but have so many benefits for the skin, including oily skin and improving acne!

Here are eight essential oils that help control pesky oil and keep pimples at bay!

TEA TREE OIL

  • Has antibacterial and antifungal properties to help prevent breakouts
  • Helps to unblock sebaceous (oil producing) glands, resulting in unclogged pores
  • Protects the skin from oxidative stress

YLANG YLANG OIL

  • Has antibacterial properties to help prevent breakouts without drying out skin
  • Helps reduce inflammation

CHAMOMILE OIL

  • Calms acne and breakouts

ROSEMARY OIL

  • Has antibacterial properties to help prevent breakouts
  • Helps reduce inflammation

ROSE OIL

  • Has antibacterial and antifungal properties to help prevent breakouts
  • Helps in the healing of skin via its antioxidant properties

LEMONGRASS OIL

  • Has numerous anti-acne properties
  • Rich in vitamin A, helping in skin cell repair and renewal
  • Contains vitamin E which assists in lightening acne scars

LAVENDER OIL

  • Has antibacterial and antifungal properties to help prevent breakouts
  • Reduces inflammation and promotes the healing of skin
  • Helps to dry out skin, reducing oiliness

GERANIUM OIL

  • Helps control over and under production of oils, balancing oil production in skin
  • Suitable for all skin types and provides added moisture

HOW CAN YOU USE THESE OILS?

This simple facial mist is a simple way to keep your face clear and oil free!

THINGS YOU NEED

  • Travel size spray bottle
  • Mineral water
  • Essential oil of choice

WHAT TO DO

1. Fill spray bottle with mineral water
2. Add a few drops of Lavender or Geranium Oil
3. Seal bottle and give it a good shake before each use
4. Now you have your very on moisturising facial mist

If you want to you can add other ingredients like aloe vera, vegetable glycerin, or witch hazel to help moisturise or soothe your skin.

The reason mineral water is used is because unlike tap water, mineral water not only contains added minerals and nutrients for the skin to absorb, but also helps to balance pH levels.

This facial mist can be used everyday and kept in your handbag for daily added hydration, as well as on-the-go to keep oil production minimised and for that extra hint of moisturise.

If you have any home remedies or any other natural fixes for oily skin we would love to hear it!
Love,
Kim xoxo

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