Acne is a very common problem and we all check for an effective acne spot treatment. However, not many products out there work like a charm – Check out the Argan Oil Facial treatment for a relief of Acne symptoms…
Anyway, here’s a recipe that can work wonders to soothe acne.
Argan Oil Acne Spot Treatment
Take a dark colored glass bottle, with a cork or tight cap.
Pour all the oils and mix well. Close and keep in a dark place and use when needed.
You can use a dropper or a clean syringe to remove a drop or two, whenever you need it. Apply it on acne and before hitting the bed.
So, what’s with the Ingredients?
Argan oil helps eliminate and lighten new and old scars and leaves your skin blemish-free.
Argan oil is rich in antioxidants, which aids with cell oxidation and reduces skin issues. Besides, the antioxidant content comes from Vitamin E for most part, which helps balance skin oil secretion and keeps it grease-free. Besides, Vitamin E reduces skin inflammation triggered by acne.
Argan oil good for dry skin, it promotes healthy oil secretion and retains skin hydration, whereas for oily skin, it curbs oil production and keeps skin balanced and oil-free! With sebum secretion being balanced, acne breakouts come down considerably.
Argan oil is rich in Linoleic acid, which boosts healthy cell rejuvenation and renewal. It also effectively prevents clogging of pores, key reasons that help avert acne breakouts.
Lavender Essential Oil
Lavender oil has calming properties and used to accelerate healing cuts, abrasions and wounds. This means, it effectively helps with healing acne lesions. Lavender oil is an anti-bacterial, yet very gentle when diluted appropriately and applied. That’s one reason why it works as a spot acne treatment.
Tea Tree Essential Oil
Tea tree oil is anti-bacterial, anti-viral and antifungal, making it an ideal spot acne treatment option. It destroys acne causing microbes and heals acne. Many use tea tree oil directly to acne, though it can be quite harsh for sensitive skin, or trigger excessive drying of skin in a few individuals.
Lemongrass Essential Oil
With a pleasant citrus aroma, lemongrass is great for acne prone skin. It is a natural astringent, so does not dry out your skin while treating acne.
Rosemary Essential Oil
Rosemary oil has several benefits and we have discussed about this wonderful oil earlier in our posts.
It has anti-fungal and antibacterial properties, hence heals acne by destroying the triggering bacteria. It does not leave your skin dry, but nourishes and heals it. It leaves your skin fresh and supple!