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How To Prevent Acne With the Use of Lavender Oil

Lavender has been all the rage for quite a while now. This flowering plant in the mint family is not only beautiful to look at, but smells delightful. Fields of lavender are a favorite subject of renowned painters, and people like to place it in decorative bags to place on the eyelids or smell in the home. Perhaps, then, it's no surprise that this power plant, especially when converted to an oil, has a number of beneficial properties! Lavender oil for skin treatments has potential for acne reduction and overall skin health. While the plant has been used for over 2500 years, originally in the Middle East and India, as a way to spread calmness and even treat pain, new uses for it are still being discovered.

Lavender Oil for Acne

The heavenly fragrance of lavender makes it a likely candidate for use in natural skin care and shampoos and conditioners. After all, who wouldn't want to smell (and smell like) lavender? The oil is admired for its use in skin care and is believed to have both antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. When it comes to acne treatment, lavender oil may have multiple benefits:

  • It works to kill bacteria
  • It may prevent and heal acne outbreaks
  • It unclogs pores
  • It reduces inflammation
  • It promotes wound healing such as acne scars

Many promising acne remedies, such as meltdown acne treatment, fight zits with the help of lavender in combination with tamanu, rosehip, and blue tansy.  It's a simple procedure, and you can use it in a matter of  a few minutes, and then be off to enjoy your next adventure. Simply wash your face, put a few drops on your fingers, work it into your face and then seal it with the best natural moisturizer. Yup, it can be that simple. 

Lavender Oil Skin Benefits

Even the thought of fungal infections on your skin is unpleasant, but lavender oil has been found by researchers to be deadly to a variety of disease-promoting strains of bacteria. On top of that, because the oil attacks a wide spectrum of fungal situations, you can be confident that it will have benefits to your skin. In the area of wound healing—think acne scars for one— research suggests lavender oil works to promote the fast healing of wounds. Whether you use lavender oil for face treatments, or for other areas of your body, this wonder plant helps to purify your skin in an all-natural way!

Lavender Oil Health Benefits

What are the uses for lavender oil? Turns out there are maaaany! Not all of the uses have been proven, but research suggests it has many other cosmetic and medicinal benefits. If you experience emotional highs and lows associated with your period, lavender aromatherapy has shown promising results for alleviating PMS. College age womxn have seen lavender reduce insomnia and mild depression. It’s also seen as an effective way to control anxiety and other related disorders.

You've got better things to do than spend your energy worrying about the pain and scarring of acne. We’ve got you covered. Try a lavender oil-based skin treatment to take care of your acne (by reducing pain and clearing up zits), so you can take care of what truly matters, your mind and spirit!