Herbs For Acne Herbal & Homemade Treatment
Acne herbal treatment
Aloe Vera Gel *
Apricot Oil *
Burdock root *
Cedarwood, Atlas *
Dandelion Root *
Juniper Berries *
Kukui Nut Oil *
Sandalwood Oil *
Tea Tree oil *
Herbs for acne are used in homemade herbal tea remedies that both clear the skin and heal the scars acne
leaves in the wake of a breakout.
Detoxification: Drinking detoxifying herbal teas made from burdock and dandelion root helps the body dispose of
skin bacteria, toxins and excess hormones that are the root causes of acne and other eruptive skin conditions. White, Linda B. M.D. Cleavers acts as a diuretic and blood purifier. Regular use detoxifies the body, treating an underlying cause of chronic skin conditions like
eczema, psoriasis and acne. (Grieve, Maud)
Calendula flower is a gentle astringent, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory skin wash that can improve the complexion and relieve acne. Use calendula flower tea, calendula oil, or
one cup of fresh calendula blossoms simmered in two cups of milk to nourish the skin.
Essential oil therapy is simple and effective on acne prone skin.
Acne responds to gentle essential oil treatments that are much lighter and less harsh than over-the-counter chemicals. Sandalwood's astringent action helps with acne and other inflammatory skin conditions. Juniper oil makes a very good aromatic water for cleansing and toning the skin. As an astringent and antiseptic juniper is good for oily skin and acne. Applying lemon juice or a few drops of lemon oil to facial blemishes is a popular form of treating acne, but be careful you don't over do it and irritate your skin. Applying a thin layer of aloe vera gel will help ease discomfort caused by painful skin irritations and acne. Add a few drops of chamomile to aloe gel to help calm inflammation.
Blend astringent essential oils such as lemon,
juniper , lavender and tea tree with a light facial oil like almond,
rosehips or grapeseed to tone the skin
Lavender or tea tree essential oils can be used undiluted for
acne, just dot a few drops onto individual blemishes with a cotton swab as needed.
See Also :
- Cellulite : Cellulite is caused by superficial pockets of trapped
fat, which results in uneven dimpling or "cottage cheese" thighs. In order
to beat it a whole body approach needs to be used, including diet, exercise,
and skin treatments.
- Cuts & Wounds : Knowing how to use simple home remedies for healing and disinfecting cuts and
scrapes an important part in taking care of your family and yourself.
- Eczema :Although eczema looks alarming (and feels worse)
it is not contagious. Eczema can be treated with many of the same remedies used for
- Facial Care :Natural facial care remedies use organic ingredients that cost only pennies an application.
- Psoriasis : Unlike skin conditions that are the result of external causes, psoriasis is an autoimmune disorder, and runs in families (like
it does in mine).
- Rashes :Poison ivy, allergic reactions,
flea and insect bites, diaper rash - these can all be treated at home using your own herbal remedies.
- Skin Care :Natural, organic skin care remedies do a better job of protecting and healing skin than store bought cosmetics.