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Facial wrinkles are often the biggest nightmares for both men and women. Stress, lack of sleep and nutrients, exposure to chemicals, excessive use of cosmetics, certain diseases and medications are all factors contributing to the first appearance of skin wrinkles around the forehead, eyes and lips.

 

Importance Of Coconut Oil In Daily Healthcare

The antioxidants present in coconut oil protect the skin from harmful effects of free radicals. It also contains antibacterial and antifungal properties that can help the skin to heal and rejuvenate itself. According to the latest research, coconut oil is rich in monolaurin (formed from lauric acid), which can help the body fight certain bacteria and viruses responsible for causing diseases like herpes and influenza. Moreover, with the use of coconut oil you can expect to stay safe from bacteria such as Giardia lamblia. When used as skin massage oil, coconut oil acts as an effective moisturizer.
 
When it comes to face acne, one of the main reason why coconut oil is very effective is due to its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Coconut oil penetrates deep into the skin, kills germs and bacteria and neutralizes the inflammation/pimples.

 

How Can Coconut Oil Help In Removing Wrinkles?

Wrinkles can occur anywhere on the body. It could be wrinkles around the mouth, on the forehead and under the eyes. There are several ways to reduce such wrinkles and using coconut oil is one of the safest and most efficient way to do it. Coconut oil boosts the production of collagen in the skin, which further stimulates the regeneration of tissues in the face. Collagen is a fibrous protein that binds the tissues of the skin. Just massage your face with coconut oil twice a day focusing more on the areas where wrinkles are present.
 

How To Use Coconut Oil For Wrinkles Treatment?

Generally, it is quite easy to use coconut oil for the treatment of wrinkles. Unlike other essential oils, there are no complex procedures involved. However, do not forget to buy a product that is organic, natural, unscented and has not passed its expiry date. Here’s how I use coconut oil for getting rid of wrinkles appearing on my face.
 
First, wash your face with cold water, especially the areas that are full of wrinkles. This will not only eliminate the dirt, but also facilitate the absorption of moisture provided by the coconut oil.
Second, make sure that you do not carry over any kind of makeup. Remove it before using coconut oil.
Third, wash your hands thoroughly before using the oil. Massage very gradually and gently on wrinkles and give your skin enough time to absorb oils. Follow this regimen every night before bedtime.
The last thing I want to add is that I often use the antioxidant rich coconut oil specially designed for skincare from Castle Baths.

 

14 Recipes And Benefits Of Using Coconut Oil For The Body, Dry Skin, Face And Wrinkles

1. Coconut massage oil for the body
Having a good massage with coconut oil, once a week, is a good way to clear the skin of wrinkles and make it shiny and healthy. Take 3 cups of coconut oil in a heatproof bowl, put it in a pan full of water and heat the oil slowly with hot water.
 
Massage your body with this warm oil, and relax for 20 to 30 minutes for your skin to absorb the oil. You can also have a few minutes of exposure to mild sun followed by a relaxing bath.
I follow the above-mentioned procedure at least once a month to prevent my skin from premature wrinkles and regenerate new skin cells. Excessive exposure to UV rays is the most prominent factor that causes wrinkles. Therefore, like me, you can use coconut oil as a ‘natural sunscreen’ to prevent wrinkles.
 
2. Coconut oil, milk and lemon for a face-cleansing lotion
Fats in milk soften and moisturize the skin while lemon helps the skin to get rid of impurities. Blend a few drops of lemon juice with 1 tablespoon of milk until it coagulates. Now, add 1 tablespoon of coconut oil to the blend and mix well. Apply the mixture on the skin and massage for 5 minutes. Repeat this procedure with a second layer of this blend and allow it to stand for 15 minutes. Thereafter, wash your face with water and follow the procedure 3 times a week. I often use the same blend to remove my makeup. You can also consider replacing milk with almond milk or soy milk.
 
3. Coconut oil as skin polish for the body
To make a skin polish recipe, mix coconut oil, brown sugar and fresh lemon juice. While lemon can cleanse the body and make your skin feel soft and smell fresh, sugar melts easily, thereby reducing the chances of over-scrubbing. Take half a cup of brown sugar in a glass bowl and add 1/4 cup of lemon juice and 1 tablespoon of coconut oil. Mix well and add a little water if the mixture is too dry.
Apply the blend on the skin and gently massage the skin folds like ankles and knees where wrinkles are more prone to occur. Let the mixture sit for 10 minutes and rinse with lukewarm water. Follow this procedure once every week. Due to my sensitive skin, I often replace lemon juice with fresh orange juice.
 
4. Coconut oil, fruit and honey mask for face and forehead wrinkles
Fruits like papaya, apple and pineapple are loaded with nutrients and antioxidants that help fight wrinkles and other signs of aging. In order to make a facial mask, crush one ripe papaya fruit and take half cup of its pulp. Add 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and 1 teaspoon of honey. Apply the mask to your cleansed face and forehead and let it dry for at least 20 minutes. Moisten your face with water and gently massage with your fingers. Finally, wash your face with lukewarm water.
 
Use this mask up to three times a week. Do not hesitate to replace the ripe papaya with other fresh fruits such as banana, pineapple, apple and watermelon. I personally feel that it is more interesting to experiment with two or three fruits in your facial mask compared to using just one fruit.
 
5. Coconut oil, vitamin E oil and aloe vera mask for acne
Aloe Vera is a wonderful remedy for flawless skin that is free from wrinkles and acne. Mix coconut oil with aloe vera to enhance its effect and create a wonderful blend to fight against those unsightly pimples.
 
Mix 2 tablespoons of aloe vera gel with fresh coconut oil and 1 teaspoon of vitamin E oil. Apply the gel to the face and neck. Massage well for 5 to 10 minutes. Allow the gel to sit for 15 to 20 minutes and wash it with cold water. Follow this procedure every alternate day.
 
 
6. White kaolin clay, coconut oil and rosewater mask for wrinkles on neck
Facial mask made up of white kaolin clay blended with rosewater and coconut oil can work wonders for your skin. This mask not only rejuvenates the skin but also removes excess oil and dead skin cells. Mix 1/2 cup of white kaolin clay with 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and one tablespoon of rosewater. Make sure that you get a thick paste out of this blend.  Apply this paste to the skin and leave it in position for at least 20 minutes. Now, moisten the skin with water and massage gently for 5 minutes. Rinse all with clean water. You can also consider using this blend for your hands and feet.
 
7. Coconut oil, turmeric and chickpea flour mask for wrinkles around mouth
This mask will give you radiant skin and prevent fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth. Chickpea flour gently exfoliates the skin, removes excess oil and helps you to get rid of blemishes on your skin. Turmeric is a natural antiseptic that keeps the skin healthy and natural.
 
Mix 2 tablespoons of chickpea flour, 1 teaspoon of coconut oil and 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric in a bowl. Add enough water to make a thick paste and apply it as a mask on the skin. Let it dry for 20 to 30 minutes. Moisten the skin with water and rub the skin gently with the blend. Wash the skin with clean water. Use this blend as a daily facial mask to get rid of wrinkles on the face and around the mouth.
 
8. Coconut oil, flaxseed powder and avocado mask for upper lip wrinkles
The essential fatty acids in avocado and flaxseed provide deep nourishing to the skin and help prevent wrinkles. Take half a ripe avocado, add 1 teaspoon of flaxseed powderand 1 tsp of coconut oil. Apply the mask to the upper lip skin and leave in position for at least 20 minutes. Wash with lukewarm water. Repeat at least three times per week.
 
9. Coconut oil, egg white and almond flour mask for under eye wrinkles
Egg is a natural skin whitener and anti-wrinkle agent extremely good at eliminating fine lines. It is loaded with potassium, magnesium and proteins that can repair damaged skin tissues. Additionally, it hydrates and moisturizes the skin. Almond flour removes excess sebum and dead skin cells.
 
Take one egg white, add 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and sufficient amount of almond flour to form a thick paste. Apply the mask on the face and under the eyes and leave for 15 minutes to dry. Rub gently (especially around the eyes) to remove the pack, and finally rinse with fresh water. Follow this regimen on every alternate day.
 
10. Coconut oil, orange juice and rice flour for acne scars
Rice flour is a good skin cleanser; use it to remove excess oil and dirt. Orange juice is rich in vitamin C, which helps to clear the skin from acne scars and reduce wrinkles. Mix one tablespoon of rice flour with 1 teaspoon of coconut oil and add enough fresh orange juice to convert it into a thick paste. Apply the blend on the skin and leave for 15 to 20 minutes. Moisten your face with water and massage gently. Finally, wash it off with cold water and pat dry. Follow this routine three times per week. You can use this blend to clear the complexion of your skin and remove acne scars.
 
11. Coconut oil, fenugreek and rosewater mask to get rid of wrinkles around the eyes and corners of face
Fenugreek seeds are loaded with niacin and vitamin B3 that restore the damaged tissue and remove age spots, blemishes and wrinkles around the eyes and the corners of the face. Rosewater makes the skin soft and fresh.
 
Grind 1 tablespoon of fenugreek seeds in a mill to a fine powder. In 1 tablespoon of coconut oil, add 1 tsp of rosewater and enough powder to form a thick paste. Apply the pack on the face, around the eyes and corners of the face. Allow the paste to dry for 20 to 25 minutes. Moisten the skin with water and rub gently and wash the skin with cold water. Follow this procedure 2 to 3 times per week.
 
12. Coconut oil, castor oil and lemon juice mask as a skin moisturizer
The mixture of coconut oil, castor oil and lemon juice works as a natural skin moisturizer and anti-wrinkle lotion that moisturizes and nourishes the skin deeply. Mix coconut oil and castor oil in equal amounts. Now, add a few drops of lemon juice and mix until the mixture emulsifies into a white lotion. Continue stirring and mix the lemon juice drop by drop.
 
Pour the cream into a glass container and close with a lid. Apply this lotion on the face and other parts of the body for glowing and wrinkle-free skin. The above lotion can be stored for 3 to 4 days in a refrigerator. Shake to mix the ingredients of the bottle before every use. It’s better to use this lotion whilst indoors. In the presence of sun, the lemon content in the lotion may cause photosensitivity and affect your skin.
 
13. Coconut oil, olive oil, almond oil mask for sagging neck and skin wrinkles
All these three oils are rich in antioxidants and vitamins making them an incredible blend for wrinkles and fine lines. Mix in a small glass bottle, a tablespoon each of almond oil, coconut oil and olive oil. Massage your skin daily with this blend to see your skin saying good bye to sagging skin and wrinkles.
 
14. Coconut, apricot, almond and sandalwood mask to get rid of face and neck wrinkles
Rich in antioxidants, the sweet aroma and therapeutic properties of the above oils can help recover damaged cells and regenerate the skin. Mix 1/2 cup of coconut oil with 10 drops of apricot kernel oil and 5 drops each of almond oil and sandalwood oil. Massage your face and neck with this blend of oils regularly.

 

Essential Oils for Acne Treatment

As you might have observed, acne outbreaks aren’t only for teens. Annoying acne can appear at any age and for many different reasons. Your diet plan, hormones, stress levels and family genes might be the underlying cause of this skin condition. Small things like cleansing the skin too often or scrubbing the skin too hard might also cause acne. In addition, if you’re endorsing harsh chemical washes, scrubs and creams to eliminate acne, you may be making it even worse.
 
 
When it comes to treating acne, Essential Oils offer a highly effective alternative to the use of tough chemicals contained in many acne creams and prescription medications. Whether used in full strength or diluted, topical application of Essential Oils can alleviate mild to moderate acne. Topical application of a few specific Essential Oils might also offer a first line defense against the bacteria that causes acne. You will also find natural skin firming Oils available on the market that help to shut the pores of the skin so that the acne-causing debris cannot result in inflammation.
 
What Are The Best Essential Oils For Acne?
Essential Oils that are helpful in the treatment of acne can be divided into three categories: the top notes, middle notes and the base notes.
 
1. Top Notes:
Top notes are the scents that evaporate the quickest and so they’re the first ones you smell. Their fragrances are generally fruity, flowery, light and uplifting. Following are the Essential Oils that come in this category:
 
Tea Tree Essential Oil
Lemon Essential Oil
Grapefruit Essential Oil
Clary sage Essential Oil
2. The Middle Notes:
The fragrance of these Essential Oils doesn’t evaporate as fast as the Top Notes. They are herbal, spicy and balancing. Following are the Essential Oils that can be included in this category:
 
Geranium Essential Oil
Lavender Essential Oil
3. The Base Notes:
Base Notes are the slowest to evaporate and therefore the last ones you smell. They could be heavy and woodsy. The following three Essential Oils can be included in the category of base notes:
 
 
Sandalwood Essential Oil
Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Helichrysum Essential Oil
How To Use Essential Oils For The Treatment Of Acne?
The first part of making use of Essential Oils for managing acne breakouts is to perform a patch test on each one of the main Oils that you would like to use. To get this done, apply the Essential Oil that’s been diluted with a base Oil around the inner portion of your elbow, bandage the portion and wait for a day to find out if there are symptoms of itching or swelling coming up. If there are unfavorable signs, stay away from that particular Essential Oil.
 
The second step will be to create an Essential Oil blend that you’ll use to handle acne. An easy “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend” can be created by mixing 20 drops of Lavender Essential Oil, 30 drops of Lemon Essential Oil and 30 drops of Tea Tree Essential Oil in a dark bottle. Further in this article, we’ll make reference to this mix as “Essential Oil Acne Blend” in our acne treatment recipes. Therefore, when the recipe states, add 12 drops of “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”, you just add 12 drops of the mixture of Essential Oils you have prepared in the bottle. 
 
What Are The Best Known Essential Oil Recipes For Acne – 25 Top Recipes?
 
 
1. Medically proven acne remedy gel
Research carried out on Tea Tree Oil has demonstrated that 5% Tea Tree gel is useful in the treatment of mild to moderate acne. This 5% gel can be prepared by mixing 5 ml of Tea TreeOil to 95 ml of pure natural Aloe Vera gel.
 
2. Castile Facial cleanser
 
 
Ingredients needed:
 
50 drops of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”
2 oz. (60 ml or ¼ cup) Jojoba Oil
2 oz. (60 ml or ¼ cup) natural Aloe Vera gel
8 oz. (240 ml or 1 cup) liquid castile soap
Mix the above-mentioned elements in a pump bottle and use as a face cleanser.
 
3. Honey Face Facial cleanser
Mix 2 teaspoons of yogurt with 3 teaspoons of honey and add 5 drops of “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”. Massage the mix on the blemishes and rinse with warm water after some time.
 
 
4. Poppy Face Scrub
 
 
Ingredients needed:
 
20 drops of “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”
125 ml vegetable Oils like sweet Almond Oil and Jojoba Oil
250 ml poppy seeds (You may also use finely grounded oatmeal)
Mix all of the elements in a wide mouthed jar having a tight lid. Lightly massage the mixture on your face staying away from the fragile eye area. Then rinse with tepid water.
 
Tip: Don’t scrub your face should you have any inflamed acne lesions.
 
5. Herbal Face Scrub
Ingredients needed:
 
20 drops of “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”
1 teaspoon spices like turmeric powder, cinnamon powder,
1 tablespoon dry, ground herbs like witch hazel, lemongrass, rose flower petals or lavender flowers
125 ml vegetable Oils like sweet Almond Oil and Jojoba Oil
250 ml finely ground oatmeal
Mix each of the elements in the wide mouthed jar with a tight lid. Massage the mix on your face keeping away from the eye area. Rinse with tepid water after some time.
 
Tip: Don’t scrub the facial area if you have any inflamed acne lesions.
 
6. Milk Face Scrub
Ingredients needed:
 
20 drops of “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”
125 ml vegetable Oils like sweet Almond Oil and Jojoba Oil
250 ml yogurt powder or milk powder
Mix the elements in a jar with a tight lid. Massage them gently on your face, keeping it away from delicate areas like eyes, and then rinse with warm water.
 
Tip: Don’t scrub your face if you have inflamed acne lesions.
 
7. Clay Face Scrub
 
 
Ingredients needed:
 
20 drops from the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”
125 ml vegetable Oils like Jojoba Oil or sweet Almond Oil
250 ml bentonite clay or French green clay or glacial clay or rhassoul clay or multanimitti
Mix all of the elements in a wide mouthed jar and apply them gently on your face staying away from the delicate eye area. Then rinse them back with tepid water.
 
8. Flour Face Scrub
Ingredients needed:
 
20 drops in the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”
125 ml vegetable Oils like Jojoba Oil, sweet Almond Oil
250 ml Almond flour or grain flour or gram flour
Mix each of the elements within a wide mouthed jar and lightly massage the mix on your face keeping away from the fragile eye area. Then rinse it off with tepid water.
 
 
9. Clay face mask
 
 
Add 5 ml of fuller’s earth clay (green or bentonite clay) to 3 drops of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”. Add 1 teaspoon of water and 1 teaspoon of honey before applying the mix on your face. Allow it to set. Rinse after fifteen minutes with tepid water.
 
10. Herbal face mask
Ingredients needed:
 
3 drops of “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”
1 teaspoon natural Aloe Vera gel or water
1 teaspoon of powdered herbs or spices like rose flower petals, lavender flowers, cinnamon powder, turmeric powder, witch hazel, and lemongrass
1 teaspoon of cosmetic clay (french green clay, bentonite clay, rhassoul clay, multani mitti clay, glacial clay)
Mix all of the elements to create a smooth paste. Apply this paste on your face (keeping away from the eye region) and give it time to dry. Clean it off with tepid water. I would like to personally recommend this recipe for its effectiveness and gentle character. With no side effects, using this recipe can help you get rid of acne in just a week’s time.
 
11. Fruity face mask
 
 
Ingredients needed:
 
1 teaspoon papaya puree, pineapple puree or fresh lemon juice or water
3 drops from the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”
2 teaspoons cosmetic clay like French green clay, Bentonite clay, rhassoul clay, multanimitti clay or glacial clay
Mix all the elements to form a smooth paste. Use this paste on the face (staying away from the delicate eye region) and allow it to dry. Clean it off with tepid water.
 
12. Facial Steamer
Add 50 drops of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend” to 250 ml water and use it in your facial steamer or sauna.
 
13. Facial Toner
Add 20 drops of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend” to 100 ml of distilled water and use it as your facial toner.
 
14. Facial Massage Oil
Add 20 drops of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend” to 125 ml of Jojoba Oil to create facial massage Oil that has healing properties.
 
15. Anti-Aging Serum
 
 
Ingredients needed:
 
1 teaspoon E vitamin Oil, which is a natural preservative with anti-oxidant qualities
3 drops carrot seed Essential Oil
3 drops “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”
1 oz. (30 ml) Jojoba Oil
Mix all of the elements in a dark bottle with a dropper top. Apply twice a day. I have found this serum to be quite effective in the treatment of acne. It is also helpful in the removal of scars that acne leave behind.
 
16. Aromatherapy Bath
Create a relaxing bath by scattering 12 drops of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend” in the warm bath water. This is particularly advantageous for those that have back acne.
 
17. Bath Gel
Add 125 ml of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend” to 250 ml of liquid soap or unscented bath gel to make a healing bath gel. This healing bath gel can help you get significant relief in acne.
 
18. Bath Salts
Mix 1 cup sodium bicarbonate, 1 cup ocean salt and 2 cups of Epsom salt. Add to this mix 2.5 ml of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend” and a couple of drops of food coloring (optional). Add one cup of this salt mix to the warm bath water for a healing soak.
 
19. Bath Bombs
 
 
Mix 20 drops of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend” with 60 ml of witch hazel in a spray bottle. Mix 1 cup citric acid, 2 cups sodium bicarbonate, 1 cup corn starch, 1 cup ocean salt and 1 tablespoon Jojoba Oil in a bowl while you moisten them by squirting the witch hazel mixture prepared earlier. Pack them into ice cube molds once they get dry and allow them to dry overnight. Remove them from the molds and air dry them for two more days before using.
 
20. Bath Tea
Mix 2 cups of herbs like neem with 1 cup of ocean salt and 15 drops of “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”. Place the mixture in an airtight jar or add a scoopful of mixture into a cotton bath tea bag and keep the filled bath tea bags in an airtight jar.
 
21. Body Wrap
Add to 100 ml of sterilized water 20 drops of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend”. Spray this mix on your towel. Wrap this towel around your body and then wrap a plastic sheet around yourself. Relax for 25 min prior to unwrapping yourself.
 
22. Body Compress
Add 1.25 ml of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend” to 125 ml of warm water, dip your soft towel or bath sponge in it and wipe your entire body with it after taking the shower.
 
23. Body Oil
 
 
Add 2.5 ml of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend” to 250 ml of Jojoba Oil and use it as an after shower Oil. Massage it to your skin after patting it dry; however, the skin should be moist enough to secure the moisture and healing effects of Essential Oils. This Oil may also be used as a body massage Oil. Don’t use this Oil if you already have inflamed acne lesions.
 
24. Mini acne treatment Oil
Add 1 drop of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend” to 5 ml of Jojoba Oil and set it up inside a tiny bottle that may squeeze into your purse or pocket. Keep this bottle with you to dab at any fresh acne outbreaks. With a cotton bud, use this Oil at least thrice a day.
 
25. Body Splash
Add 50 drops of the “Essential Oil Acne Treatment Blend” to 250 ml of distilled water in a spray bottle. Spray your face and body whenever you want to freshen yourself up or when there is a likelihood of bacterial infection on the skin.
 
Some Pros And Cons Of Using Essential Oils For Acne Relief
 
 
Pros
Using Essential Oils is an all-natural approach to dealing with conditions like acne that could otherwise worsen with the use of artificial agents and medications.
Apart from providing you with the required acne relief, Essential Oils help you feel fresh and lively throughout the day.
Cons
Essential Oils might lose their therapeutic effects if they are exposed to light and heat. This makes it difficult for us to carry them from one place to other.
Using the same Essential Oil for a period more than 3 months might develop sensitivity towards it.
When I say that I used to have acne, I do not mean minor breakouts happening here and there. I mean cystic, severely painful and pus packed acne that leaves you with huge pores and embarrassing scarring.
 
 
I do not have the best skin and have come to terms with the fact that my acne and scarring can only be managed not eliminated, due to their severity. However, if you have acne or any other related skin condition, the great thing is that not only you can drastically improve your situation but eliminate acne altogether with the use of Essential Oils.
 
The first step is to put your diet in order. Acne and other skin conditions are a representation of what is happening internally in the body, so it’s necessary to make sure that what you are eating is getting you enough nutrition, you have stabilized blood sugar and you don’t have overgrowth of bacteria in your gut.
 
 
 
 
 
9 Best Essential Oils for Beautiful Skin
With that said, here are few of the most popular Essential Oils that you can use to keep your skin fresh, healthy and free from acne:
 
1. Carrot Seed Essential Oil
Carrot Seed Essential Oil has an invigorating effect on the skin. Not only can this Oil keep the skin smooth and pores healthy, but also it assists the body in skin cell regeneration. That is why, it will improve the tone of aging skin and help to fade the scarring.
 
2. Frankincense Essential Oil
Frankincense has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, making it appropriate for skin that is prone to acne. In addition, Frankincense is an all-natural toner that reduces the size of skin pores and keeps the skin fresh and bacteria free.
 
 
3. Geranium Essential Oil
Geranium Essential Oil assists in regulating the production of oil in the skin and reducing pimples. It can also help keep the skin firm, eliminating the fine lines and wrinkles. In addition, it promotes the blood circulation in areas where it is applied, making it useful for healing bruises, broken capillaries, burns, dermatitis, eczema, cuts and ringworm.
 
4. Lemon Essential Oil
Lemon Oil is a wonderful natural astringent and anti-bacterial agent. Consequently, it is very beneficial for those with greasy and acne-prone skin. It may also help tone your skin and minimize the appearance of pores.
 
5. Myrrh Essential Oil
Myrrh Oil is considerably beneficial for the older skin. It offers strong anti-inflammatory properties that help improve the firmness and elasticity of the skin, while reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Myrrh will also help heal eczema, chapped skin, sun-damage and acne breakouts.
 
6. Neroli Essential Oil
Neroli is fantastic for sensitive, oily, and aging skin. It will help to strengthen the sagging skin and smooth the fine lines. This rejuvenating Oil features a natural chemical substance called citral, which helps in regenerating skin cells.
 
7. Patchouli Essential Oil
Patchouli Essential Oil is highly beneficial for aging and acne prone skin. It can stimulate new cell growth and smoothes the fine lines and wrinkles. Since this Oil also features antiseptic, antifungal, and antibacterial qualities, it is also beneficial in skin conditions like Eczema, Psoriasis, Dermatitis, and Acne.
 
8. Tea Tree Essential Oil
Tea Tree Oil is amongst the more famous Essential skin Oils that are known for their anti-beneficial effects on acne prone skin. The antibacterial components of this oil can help fend off acne-causing bacteria. Tea Tree Oil also regulates skin oil production, thus reducing the likelihood of acne breakouts. This baby could fix it all!
 
9. Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Ylang Ylang is known for its rich and floral fragrance. While this Oil is known for regulating the skin oil production, it is also helpful in smoothing wrinkles and improving the skin’s flexibility.
 
Which Essential Oils Are Good For Acne Treatment?
 
 
 
In the event the commonly used Essential Oils are not able to get you the desired results, you can use some of the below mentioned Essential Oils as they specifically target conditions like Acne:
 
Jojoba Oil
Jojoba Oil is perfect for treating acne on oily skin. The wax like chemical present in this Essential Oil is almost similar to the oil produced by the skin. Now, as we know that like dissolves like, using Jojoba Oil can easily dissolve whiteheads and blackheads and help in unclogging the pores without triggering any type of discomfort.
 
 
Rose Hip Oil
Rose Hip Oil is a superb moisturizer for dried-out skin. This Oil contains considerable amounts of ascorbic acid, which the skin can absorb and utilize. The Oil is also a great emollient for the dry skin. It will help open skin pores allowing them to drain, without causing any irritation.
 
Coriander Oil
Coriander Oil removes staph infections of the skin. Staphylococcus Aureus can be responsible for a specific kind of infection that starts small but gets bigger and redder with time.
 
Peperina Oil
Peperina Oil really helps to make the skin less responsive to soreness. It cuts down on swelling of pimples, as well as decreases the sensitivity of the skin towards chemicals and cleansers. This Oil can make sensitive skin calm, thus readying it for further treatments.
 
 
 
 
 
How To Use Essential Oils For Cleansing The Bacteria-Laden And Oily Skin? 
 
 
Here is a 9 step process to clean your skin of all the bacteria-laden oil present on it:
 
Step 1: Obtain your favorite blend of Oils, a washcloth and a soft towel.
 
Step 2: Wet your face with warm water.
 
Step 3: Pour about 1/2 tsp of Essential Oil blend on your palm and rub both your hands together.
 
Step 4: Massage the Oil gently, using your fingers, on the impacted areas making small circles for about thirty seconds to two minutes allowing the Oil to penetrate deep. Focus on areas that have blocked skin pores.
 
Step 5: Wet a hand towel with slightly warm water, wring out, and fold to retain the heat in.
 
Step 6: Wet the washcloth with super-hot water (less than what will burn your face!), wring and cover your face with it.
 
Step 7: Seal the washcloth with the towel prepared earlier to prevent the washcloth from cooling immediately. This is important.
 
Step 8: Leave on until both the towel and the washcloth have cooled down to the room temperature and then wipe your skin with the washcloth.
 
Step 9: Repeat this process 1-2 times.
 
VOILA! You have cleansed your skin of all the bacteria-laden oil present on it. There has to be a thin layer of oil still present on the skin to safeguard it from further infections.
 
My Top 3 Recipes To Use For Best Relief In Conditions Like Acne:
 
 
Recipe 1: Face treatment Essential Oil for acne and related conditions
An effective face treatment Essential Oil can easily be produced by using carrier Oils like Jojoba Oil, and adding the following Oils:
 
Tea Tree
Lemon
Lavender
Geranium
German Chamomile
Cedarwood
Benzoin
The concentration of Essential Oils mentioned above must not exceed 2 %. Massage the blend gently on your skin at least two times in a day. Some skins might not respond well to this Oil, however, some individuals have had excellent outcomes.
 
Recipe 2: A Sweet Treat
Add Sweet Almond, Hazelnut and Avocado Essential Oils in the ratio of 1:1:2 respectively.
 
Apply the blend on impacted areas for significant relief.
 
Recipe 3: No more “pizza” face (for acne susceptible skin)
Add Borage, Grape Seed, Hazelnut and Hempseed Essential Oils in the ratio of 1:2:1:1 respectively and apply the blend on impacted areas. You can also try out adding therapeutic-grade Essential skin Oils like Tea Tree, Rosemary, Geranium and Lavender.
 
 

Although body butters do a fantastic job of hydrating, nourishing and moisturizing the skin, their all lipid content means that they do leave behind an oily film.
 
This may not sit well with everybody. Particularly in summer, when people are seeking reprieve from the heat and humidity, the idea of applying anything oily and sticky does not go down well with anybody.
 
Also, oiliness on the skin can quickly trap the salts purged through perspiration and hold on to the dirt and grime, creating a layer of filth on the skin, which will only make you feel hotter and ickier. Does this mean you should simply stop using body butters? But then, what about your skin?
 
Seasons change but your skin remains the same!
If winter temperatures freeze the fluids in your skin cells, thus speeding them to their destruction, the summer heat dries up the fluids held within the cells and in between them leading to the same result.
 
In summer, you need all the protection you can get from the scorching sun, but a compromised skin lipid barrier will not be able to offer that. So, skin care through spring and summer is just as essential as it is in fall and winter.
In fact, more so, because all the hard work you put into your beach bod will be in vain if you have dry and flaky skin. Simply put, come sunshine or snow, your skin needs care all the time!
Did I hear you say, “But, I can’t stand the sticky oiliness”? If so, say hello to whipped body butters! They offer everything that you have come to expect from body butters but in a lighter and airier package.
In other words, your skin will feel soft. It will be hydrated and healthy. Yet, once you put the whipped butter on, it will be gone in 60 seconds, leaving soft, feathery, silky smoothness in its wake. You up for that feel? If yes, read on! In case you have missed my two previous body butter releases, you can check them out here:
 

Step By Step Instructions Recipes Essential Oils Body Butters

So, How Exactly Do You Make Body Butter Light?
Simple, change the quantity and type of lipids used in the recipe. All you have to do is ditch the thick oils, rich plant butters and the super emollient waxes in favor of dry oils, hard butters and floral waxes.
Another way is to increase the quantity of water based ingredients in the recipe and use a binder that will keep the ingredients together while giving the final product a silky yet non-greasy feel.
Sounds easy enough!
Remember, what we are going for here is light, superficial coverage that is not oily at all, greater absorption, increased protection against antioxidants and enhanced nutritive value. So when picking your ingredients, make sure you choose them on the basis of these attributes.
The best part about whipped body butters is that you can find most of the ingredients needed in your pantry and those that you don’t, can easily be bought online or in most health food stores. Plus, you can customize your blend not just to suit your skin and the weather outdoors, but also to address any dermal concerns that you may have.
But won’t the inclusion of water based ingredients take away the therapeutic value of essential oils?
No, it won’t. If anything, these ingredients will offer greater humectant effect and keep your skin softer and suppler. But, you do compromise on the usable life when you prepare an emulsion. Although you will be using natural antimicrobial and anti-oxidative agents, an emulsion is best stored under refrigeration.
Yet, while your “lipid heavy”, winter body butters will easily give you 6-9 months of usable life, with whipped body butters meant for spring and summer, you can get about 3-4 months if water based ingredients have been used in the recipe.
The upside is that the cold butter feels heavenly against your skin when it is scorching outside and your skin feels oh so good throughout the day. So, they are totally worth the effort that you put into preparation and application!
Get those tools ready!
Like for other body butter recipes, you will need a large bowl, a double boiler, a spatula and a hand mixer.
A nifty trick to cut down on the work afterwards is to blend the ingredients directly in a mason jar instead of in a bowl. This way, you only have to clean the hand held blender and the whipped body cream does not have to be transferred from the bowl to the jar. Pint sized jars are well suited for the purpose.

 

The Popular Ingredients And What They Will Do For Your Skin

1. Butters
Although you will find an array of vegetable butters that can be used in skin care recipes, for whipped body butter, the most appropriate picks are hard butters like kokum and cocoa and nut butters which leave little or no trace of oiliness after application. The added advantage is that hard butters have a greater tendency to retain their fluffy whipped state than the soft and oily butters.
 
2. Oils
Once again, no dearth of options but ideal choices would be thin/dry oils with notable nutritive value such as rosehip seed, raspberry seed, macadamia nut, water melon seed, pumpkin seed, rice bran, grape seed and blue berry seed etc.
 
3. Waxes
Floral waxes are exceptionally well suited for whipped body butters. They offer a silky texture, superlative protection and a mild yet enthralling fragrance. Personal favorites include tuberose, jasmine and lotus (pink/white) but you can always use the more exotic varieties if you want.
 

Water based ingredients

1. Hydrosols
Rose water is the easiest to find and will work in any recipe. Alternatively, you can also try chamomile, geranium, helichrysum or hibiscus.
 
2. Aloe Vera gel
The gel offers relief from summer rash, sun burn and works as a humectant, so what’s not to like?
 
3. Extracts
Grapefruit seed extract has to be used to extend the life of water based ingredients while green tea and gotu kola extracts offer anti-oxidant and anti-ageing benefits. 
Dry ingredients and emulsifying agents: Binders
These are powder ingredients that impart therapeutic value and offer a base to mix oils and liquids and keep them together. Also, they will give your whipped body butters a smooth, silky feel while reducing the oiliness of the lipids.
You can use silk peptide powder, oat starch, arrowroot powder or just simple corn starch as a binder. To get more from the binders, you can add other dry ingredients such as matcha, rose petal powder, citrus peel powder, cocoa, coffee, fruit extracts/powders and herb powders.
Liquid sunflower lecithin: You will only be using this in recipes that have hydrosols. 

 

8 Easy Whipped Body Butter Recipes

 

1. Edible body butter recipes
Yes, you heard it right this is a butter that works just as well on the outside as it does on the inside. This recipe has to be tweaked based on how you intend to use this whipped body butter. So, without further preamble, let us launch into 3 recipes that will suit 3 exclusive purposes.
 
1A. There are those of us who have complete faith in this bit of granny wisdom – anything that is good to be eaten is good to go on the skin. So, if using a completely natural product that is so safe that it can actually be eaten, should be your impetus for whipping up this batch of whipped body butter recipe below.
Ingredients:
50 g pistachio butter
50 ml pumpkin seed oil
50 ml grape seed oil
50 g cocoa butter (food grade)
1 tsp oat starch (heaped)
10 drops sweet orange essential oil
2 capsules of vitamin E
Instruction:
There are two ways to make this whipped body butter, you can take the easy route or one that will call for a bit of effort; but of course the therapeutic benefits you get will be commensurate with the efforts you put it. Hence, I will leave the choice in your hands.
Pistachio butter is not all that hard to find. Yet, it is not one of my favorite options because it is simply pistachio oil hydrogenated with a vegetable oil. In other words, it lacks purity plus there is a lot of processing involved, which is bound to leach away most of its nutritive value.
The second and better option is to pick up some pistachio oil. But, if you want the best, you will need to make pistachio butter/oil at home. This is a time intensive process but it is still my favorite because the recipe involves the use of raw pistachio nuts as opposed to roasted kernels.
That said, if you are going for pistachio butter, follow the recipe as is. With pistachio oil, you will have to increase the amount of cocoa butter to 75 g. And for the third option this is what you need to do:
Put ½ cup raw pistachios in the food processor and run the machine for about 3 minutes. Stop and scrape the sides and process again for 5 minutes. Repeat 3 times till you get a relatively smooth mixture. Add ½ cup of grapeseed or rice bran oil to the pistachio paste and process for a good 5 minutes.
At this point, you will have a runny, oily mixture on your hands. Use a fine sieve to remove large particles or you could use a cheese cloth. Even after filtering, the oil will be thick and will retain the rich green color of the nuts. Use this pistachio and oil mixture as you would use pistachio oil in the recipe.
 
Preparing the body butter
Add the oils and the butter to a double boiler and heat them till the butters melt. Take off from heat and add the oat starch. Use a spoon to mix the powder well and make sure there are no lumps.
By this time, the mixture should be at room temperature. Put it in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes. Take out the solidified lipids and use your hand blender to whip the ingredients.
Continue blending till you get a smooth and creamy butter that should feel as smooth and soft as cotton on your skin. Finally, add the vitamin E and the essential oil and give it one last whisk for about a minute and it is ready for storage. This body butter will easily last for 4-6 months and it is equally safe for your skin and tummy.
 
1B. This second recipe is for all you women out there who do not want to compromise on skin care but also want to keep things safe for their partners. After all, the last thing you need is your partner suffering from food poisoning or an allergic reaction all thanks to your body lotion.
OK, perhaps food poisoning may seem like a bit of an exaggeration. But let us face it; if you are buying a commercial product, they do include parabens, which are known carcinogenics and sustained ingestion of these substances can’t possibly be good.
Even if you make your own night time body butter, the use of certain fragrance and essential oils may create disruption right in the middle of play time. So, here is a quick recipe that is safe and also has a slight aphrodisiac edge to it.
Ingredients:
50 g cocoa butter
50 ml rice bran oil
50 ml coconut oil (virgin)
25 ml avocado oil
2 tsp tapioca powder
1 tsp watermelon extract/powder
A pinch of cinnamon
5 drops of ginger essential oil
10 drops lavender oil
2 capsules vitamin E oil
Preparation:
As for the other recipe, mix the oils and butters and heat till you get a homogenous mixture of lipids. Add all the powders to the oil blend and mix well before refrigerating. Remove after 15 minutes and whisk. Repeat the process till you get a smooth and light body butter. Finally, add vitamin E and the essential oils to the mixture, whisk and store in a glass jar.
 
1C. This one is a Valentine’s Day favorite or when you want to spice things up in the bedroom. This whipped butter is not just edible and fantastic for your skin but also tastes amazing. Talk about covering all bases.
Just remember that this recipe contains sugar/honey powder/sweetener. So, you should not use it around the vagina because anything that is sweet will increase the risk of yeast infection.
Ingredients:
1 cup virgin coconut oil
½ cup grated cocoa butter (yes you can actually grate it like hard cheese)
2 tsp organic brown sugar powder/honey powder/agave powder
1 tsp organic cocoa powder
Preparation:
Use a hand blender to whip the coconut oil and cocoa butter till you get a soft mixture. Mix the powdered sugar with the cocoa powder and add this to the butter as you continue whisking till you get a light, fluffy mixture. This whipped body butter will have to be stored under refrigeration because of its sugar content.
 
2. Mango Body Butter Recipe
As the name suggest, this recipe involves the use of mango butter and if you can get your hands on it, you could also add in a teaspoon of mango powder or extract. To make this whipped body butter that has a distinctly summery and delicious fragrance, you will need:
50 gm mango butter
50 gm kokum butter
50 ml sea buckthorn berry oil
50 ml macadamia nut oil
50 gm floral wax
100 ml rose hydrosol
1 tsp vegetable glycerin
1 tsp mango powder
¼ tsp turmeric
10 drops rosemary essential oil
1 tsp grapefruit seed extract
2 tsp arrowroot powder
1 tsp vitamin E
1/2 tsp sunflower lecithin (to be mixed with the water based ingredients)
Preparation:
Heat the oils, butters and waxes till all the lipids are in a liquid state. Remove from heat and set this mixture aside. Mix the arrowroot powder, mango powder, turmeric and grapefruit seed extract along with the glycerin and roes hydrosol. Adjust the amount of arrowroot powder to make a smooth but runny paste.
Once the lipid mixture is at room temperature, it will start to solidify and will take on a cloudy look. This is the time you put it into the refrigerator for 15 minutes. Remove and start whisking the mixture using a table top or hand held blender. Blend the lipids till you get a smooth, white cream. Continue whisking and begin to add the powder and hydrosol slurry, a tablespoon at a time, till you have worked it all in. Continue to whisk for about 5 more minutes till you get a homogenous mixture.
Put this back in the refrigerator for 15-20 minutes or till it solidifies. Remove and whisk again for about 10 minutes. Repeat this process 1-2 times more before adding rosemary essential oil and vitamin E to the butter. Give it one last whisk and store, if possible, under refrigeration.
 
3. Almond Body Butter Recipe
This body butter is well suited for dry and mature skin since it includes sweet almond oilas one of the bases. This carrier oil is an extremely rich source of vitamin E, so it can also be used to deal with stretch marks. To make this body butter, you will need
50 ml sweet almond oil
50 ml rosehip seed oil
50 ml sesame seed oil
100 g kokum butter
50 g floral wax
1 tsp green tea extract/1 tsp matcha
1 tsp rose petal powder/rose hip powder
1 tsp grapefruit seed extract
1 tsp vitamin E
10 drops rosemary essential oil
50 g aloe vera gel
Preparation:
Mix the oils, butter and wax and heat till the butter and wax melts. Let the mixture cool to room temperature then refrigerate for 15-20 minutes.
In a bowl, mix the aloe vera gel, green tea extract or matcha, rose petal powder and grapefruit seed extract. To blend the ingredients together, start by whisking the lipids with a hand held blender till you get a fluffy butter that feels and looks like whipped cream.
To this, add the aloe vera gel mixture as you continue to whisk. Once all the ingredients have been mixed well, refrigerate the mixture for another 20 minutes.  Remove and put it through another round of whisking at high speed for about 10 minutes. When the butters starts to look like whipped cream again, add the vitamin E and the essential oil, whisk for another 2 minutes and transfer to a container.
 
4. Chocolate Body Butter Recipe
The exceptional thing about this body butter is that it offers a slight bronzing effect. So, you get that sun kissed glow while your skin gets oodles of nutrients and antioxidants.
100 gm cocoa butter
50 g macadamia nut oil
50 g virgin coconut oil
50 ml helichrysum hydrosol
1 tsp jojoba ester (not oil although jojoba oil is technically a plant wax)
20 ml cucumber extract (glycerol extract is better than glycerin and water based extract)
1 tsp cocoa powder
1 tsp corn starch
½ tsp coffee powder
1 tsp grapefruit seed extract
10 drops rosemary oil
1 tsp vitamin E
5 drops cocoa essential oil (optional)
1/2 tsp sunflower lecithin (to be mixed with the water based ingredients)
Preparation:
The method used is the same as for the other recipes. You will need to mix and heat the butter and wax with the oil till they melt. Remember to stir the mixture continuously as the wax and the butter melts.
Next, mix the powders with the hydrosol and extracts. Set this mixture aside. Allow the oil mixture to cool and when it gets cloudy place it in the refrigerator. You want to start with the lipid blend in a semi- solid state.
Whisk the fats till fluffy and then add the slurry of hydrosol and powder as you continue blending at high speed. After thoroughly blending the fats and the water based ingredients together, refrigerate the mixture till it solidifies. Whisk once again till soft and fluffy again. All in all, you will need to repeat the “refrigerate and blend” process 3 to 4 times to get a stable emulsion. In the final stage, add the essential oils and vitamin E and blend one last time for a minute before storing.
 
5. Vanilla Body Butter Recipe
Apart from its enticing fragrance, this body butter also offers intense hydration and remarkable protection against free radicals and the summer heat. It is also one of my favorite recipes because it is really simple to make. You will need:
100 ml virgin coconut oil
50 ml watermelon seed oil
½ tsp vanilla extract
½ tsp calendula extract
1 tsp aloe vera gel
1 tsp silk peptide powder
½ tsp grapefruit seed extract
1 tsp vitamin E
Preparation:
This is a no heat recipe, so you can start by putting the coconut oil and the watermelon seed oil in a mason jar as long as it is big enough to accommodate the blender head or you could simply use a bowl. Also add the vitamin E to the oils.
Mix the silk peptide powder with the aloe vera gel. Whisk the oils till you get a fluffy mixture, add the extracts to the lipids and whisk for about 2 minutes at medium speed. Now, turn the blender on at full speed and work in the aloe gel mixture. After about 5-10 minutes of blending, you will have a divine smelling and fluffy whipped body butter that will last you all through summer.
 
6. Lavender Body Butter Recipe
This body butter will not only heal your skin but also soothe your mind and chase away the blues. Plus, the inclusion of peppermint oil in the recipe will leave you feeling cool and refreshed. To make lavender whipped body butter, you will need:
50 gm kokum butter
50 ml hemp seed oil
1 tsp lavender flower powder
1 tsp oat protein
1 tsp vitamin E
10 drops lavender essential oil
10 drops peppermint essential oil
Preparation:
Mix the hempseed oil and the kokum butter and heat till the butter melts. Let the mixture cool to room temperature. Then, add vitamin E and the powders to the oil. Mix thoroughly with a spatula careful not to form leave back any lumps.
Refrigerate for 20 minutes, remove and whisk at high speed for 15 minutes till the butter is nice and fluffy. Add the essential oils to the butter and whisk for about a minute more and you the butter will be ready for use.
 
7. Strawberry Body Butter Recipe
This summery strawberry whipped body butter is a true heavyweight when it comes to antioxidant benefits because we will be using both strawberry extract as well as summer berry oils in this formulation. The ingredients are:
50 ml raspberry seed oil
50 ml strawberry seed oil
50 gm kokum butter
1 tsp vegetable glycerin
1 tsp strawberry extract or powder
1 tsp grapefruit seed extract
½ tsp beetroot powder
1 tsp vitamin E
Melt the kokum butter in the oils by using a double boiler. Stir continuously so that the lipids are mixed well. Set the blend aside. Once it is at room temperature, add vitamin E to the oils and refrigerate.
Next, mix the powders with the glycerin to form a smooth paste. Add the grapefruit seed extract to this mix. Remove the lipid mixture and start whisking it at high speed using a mechanical blender. Slowly add the glycerin mixture to the lipids while continuing to blend. Refrigerate the butter till it gets hard and then whisk again for another 10 minutes and that is all there is to it.
 
8. Argan Body Butter Recipe
This whipped body butter is particularly meant for people with very dry and mature skin. So, if the rise in mercury does little to cure the flakiness and dryness of your skin, get these ingredients together and whip up some soothing and moisturizing body butter.
50 ml argan oil
50 gm cocoa butter
50 ml virgin coconut oil
25 gm lotus floral wax
1 tsp castor oil
50 ml chamomile hydrosol
1 tsp rose petal powder
2 tsp tapioca powder
¼ tsp turmeric
1 tsp grapefruit seed extract
1 tsp gotu kola extract
6 drops sandalwood oil
1 tsp vitamin E
1/2 tsp sunflower lecithin (to be mixed with the water based ingredients)
Preparation:
The method of preparation is the same as that for the other body butters we have discussed so far. As always, you will need to mix all the lipids together and heat them till the butters and wax melt.
Next, you will have to blend the powders, extracts and hydrosol to form a slurry. Add vitamin E to the lipid mixture and refrigerate till it takes on a semi-solid form. Remove and start whisking at high speed.
Add the water based ingredients only after the lipids are blended well enough to resemble whipped cream. Work the hydrosol mixture in slowly while whisking at top speed to form a stable emulsion. Refrigerate the mixture, remove and blend again for about 15 minutes. Repeat this process for a total of three times before adding the essential oil. Remove and store, preferably under refrigeration.
One thing common among all of us is that we have accidentally burnt ourselves at some point in our life. Whether it is a hot cup of coffee or a severe burn from hot kitchen oil, burns hurt, and even worse, the pain lasts until the skin starts to heal.
 
Burns are a form of tissue damage caused due to the exposure to chemicals, electricity, radiation, heat or flame. Burns can be categorized as first, second and third degree, depending on how severely and deeply they have affected the skin’s surface. Burns with first degree show inflammation whereas the ones with second degree show blisters on the affected area; third degree burns cause cell necrosis over the skin.
 
As the burnt skin is tender, the use of natural remedies like essential oils is preferred over invasive modes of treatment like dabbing the wound with an ointment. Essential oils not only offer soothing relief from pain, but they also speed up the healing process while at the same time preventing further infections on the skin.
 

Top 12 Essential Oils For Quick Healing Of Burns

 
Less severe burns can easily be treated at home using essential oils. The use of essential oils not only helps in reducing the pain but also speeds up the healing process while preventing further harm to the skin. With that said, here are some of the best essential oils I have found to be most effective in healing burns.
 
1. Lavender
The essential oil of Lavender is the most popular essential oil that can be used for healing burns. This floral oil not only minimizes the pain but also supports the process of healing and regeneration of new tissues and cells. With the use of Lavender, you also minimize the chances of scarring over the affected area.
While your burn is healing, it is imperative to have a check on the subsequent infections that may arise. Fortunately, the antibiotic properties of Lavender essential oil can help in preventing further infection of the affected area.
Lavender can be used in combination with base oils such as almond or sunflower. Sunflower oil is high in natural vitamin E, which is very beneficial in helping your skin stay healthy. Use the Lavender blend a number of times a day to the afflicted location. If you experience discomfort, you may wish to add a few drops of Helichrysum, which is a well-known analgesic and healing agent.
 
2. Roman Chamomile
Another essential oil with a remarkable knack to heal burns is Roman Chamomile. The anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties of this essential oil make it an amazing treatment option for painful burns. Furthermore, you can also rely upon Chamomile for preventing further infections.
 
3. Peppermint
Since ages, the essential oil of peppermint has served as a home remedy for kitchen scalds and burns from steam, oven or stove. The cooling effect of menthol soothes the burnt skin and helps it to heal quickly.
 
4. Neroli
Neroli is one of the essential oils I recommend for getting rid of scars caused due to burns. This oil is helpful in healing both old and new scars. For treating a scar caused due to burns, mix one ounce of rosehip seed oil with ten drops of neroli essential oil and apply this mix twice a day over a period of time. It is imperative to be regular with this treatment as old scars generally take around three to six months to lighten.
 
5. Tea Tree Oil
If you are experiencing pain, then the essential oil of tea tree an be a blessing for you. I would also suggest making this essential oil part of your first aid kit because it is highly helpful in relieving all kinds of pain. In addition, tea tree essential oil is popular because of its antiseptic, antifungal and antibacterial properties making it one of the best essential oils for preventing subsequent infection of your burn.
 
6. Helichrysum
Helichrysum essential oil is also a great remedy for burns that have affected the neighboring tissues. The anti-inflammatory effects of Helichrysum helps in cell regeneration. This essential oil is perfect for preventing scars and is most effective with fresh scars. You can also bank upon Helichrysum for pain management.
 
7. Manuka Essential Oil
The essential oil of Manuka has skin healing and antiseptic qualities making it one of the best essential oils for treating burns.
 
8. Rosewood
The essential oil of Rosewood can be beneficial for those that are worn out with stress or have issues with their skin, headaches and injuries. Rosewood can also be useful in improving the skin’s flexibility and reducing eczema, psoriasis and acne. Due to its antibacterial qualities, Rosewood is one of the oils I would recommend to prevent further infections of burns. There are no recognized adverse effects to using rosewood. It can be used topically or in a diffuser.
 
9. Clary Sage
For relief in pain caused due to burns, you can rely on the essential oil of Clary Sage as a potent anti-inflammatory. There are no known negative effects to using Clary sage when taken in appropriate portions. It can be taken internally (it adds to the taste of food) or applied topically. As always, please consult your doctor prior to ingesting any essential oils in case of any underlying health conditions.
 
10. Calendula
Calendula essential oil has great medicinal value for treating burns. Its anti-inflammatory property brings down the puffiness and redness of the affected area. In addition to that, Clary Sage helps in cell regeneration and speeds up the healing process. Regular application of this essential oil on your burns will help in preventing scarring.
 
11. Eucalyptus
The essential oil of Eucalyptus is an antiseptic and antimicrobial agent, making it highly useful for preventing the burnt areas from being infected.  Apart from its usefulness as an antiseptic and antimicrobial agent, I often find Eucalyptus a natural pain reliever that is awesome at its work.
 
12. Lemongrass
The essential oil of Lemongrass is a well-known inhibitor of bacterial and microbial growth in the body. Therefore, you can expect lemongrass to act as a shield and make your burns less prone to infections.
 

Recommended Essential Oil Recipes for Treatment of Burns

Recipe 1 – Emergency burn compress / wash
Ingredients:
1-pint water, about 50°F
5 drops Lavender oil
Directions:
Add 5 drops of the essential oil of Lavender in water and mix it well to diffuse the oil. Now take a soft cloth, soak it in this mix and apply it on the burn. Leave the compress on the burn for 15 minutes and repeat this procedure at least three times a day. Another way to use this recipe is to immerse the affected area in the mix for some time.
 
Recipe 2 – An excellent after-burn formula
Ingredients:
Peppermint – 2 drops
Lavender – 25 drops
Sunflower oil – 2 ounces
Directions:
Mix all the ingredients in above-mentioned amounts. Shake the blend well and use it several times in a day over the burnt location. Instead of Peppermint, you can consider using Helichrysum.
I can confidently recommend this recipe of essential oils for sunburns as well. Make sure you have enough amount of this blend with you before venturing out to the beaches!

 

10 More Essential Oil Recipes For Quick Healing Of Burns, Sunburns and Scars

Recipe 3 – Neat application of Lavender
For lighter burns, just apply concentrated Lavender oil to the affected area. Repeat this procedure 2-3 times on a daily basis until the burn has healed entirely. Do a test patch beforehand in case of any reaction with undiluted essential oils.
 
Recipe 4 – Lavender oil spray
You can prepare your own spray by adding 20 drops of Lavender essential oil to 2 cups of distilled water. Now fill this mix in a spray bottle. Whenever needed, shake it well and spray on the areas affected.
 
Recipe 5 – Lavender oil and aloe vera
Prepare your own mix of Lavender essential oil and Aloe Vera gel by mixing 1 cup of fresh aloe gel with 20 drops of Lavender oil. Lavender oil and aloe gel make a fantastic healing blend, so you can apply it every couple of hours to reduce pain.
 
If your burn needs a dressing, then apply 4-5 drops of this essential oil blend onto a sterile gauze patch and cover the wound using it. Remember to change the dressing every few hours to avoid infection, as burns are prone to infection.
 
Recipe 6 – A homemade burn formula
To a bowl of cold water, add 8 drops Lavender oil or 5 drops Roman chamomile per cup of cold water. Add a couple of ice cubes if needed. Immerse the burnt location in this water for quick relief.
If the afflicted location is not a hand, finger or part that can quickly be immersed in water, then use a cold compress.
Make sure that you do not freeze your burnt location. You need to use cold water, not ICE water. A couple of cubes of ice will help keep the water chilled.
 
Recipe 7 – Recipe to prevent scarring
One wonderful recipe to help prevent scarring is to prepare a blend of Lavender, Helichrysum and Neroli along along with two terrific skin-recovery base oils: Rosehip and Hazelnut. All ingredients to be mixed in equal proportions.
Obviously, any severe burn, including sunburns need to be treated by a doctor. Do not try to deal with severe burns using essential oils without seeking advice from a doctor.
 
Recipe 8 – Comforting blend for sunburns
In a tub of cool water, add the following ingredients:
Peppermint – 1 drop
Helichrysum – 2 drops
Roman Chamomile – 2 drops
Lavender – 8 drops
Direction:
In a tub of cool water, add the above-mentioned ingredients and soak the sunburnt area in the mix for fifteen to twenty minutes. Do not scrub the burnt locations. You can repeat the process every couple of hours until the discomfort subsides. Add a couple of ice cubes to the water if you wish to keep the water cool.
Use a small cup to soak areas that cannot be immersed in water. You can also consider adding a little amount of baking soda to your bath for additional relief of the burnt locations.
 
Recipe 9 – A soothing blend for burns
Ingredients:
20 drops Lavender oil
1 tsp Sea Buckthorn oil
5 tsp Aloe Vera juice or gel
Direction:
Add all the ingredients in 1 oz glass container and mix well. Apply to the burn using a cotton ball as gently as possible. Mix thoroughly prior to each application.
 
Recipe 10 – Unwinding Lavender cold compress
Ingredients:
Cold water
4-6 drops Lavender (and/or Chamomile)
One cloth
Instructions:
Put 2 cups cold water into a non-reactive bowl and add the essential oils into it.
Stir well to distribute oils.
Soak the cloth in this water and wring it well.
Apply the cold compress to burn locations.
 
Recipe 11 – An effective blend for scars
Ingredients:
2 ounces of Grapeseed Oil
3 to 5 drops Lavender Oil
5 drops of Tea Tree Oil
Instructions:
Add all the ingredients to a glass container and let it sit for a day or two. Shake carefully prior to applying it on the scar areas.
 
Recipe 12 – Calming blend for burns
Ingredients:
2 drops Peppermint
5 drops Cedarwood
10 drops Melaleuca
3 drops Rose oil
20 drops Lavender
25 drops Frankincense
10 drops Coriander
5 oz spray bottle
3 droppers full of colloidal silver
Instructions:
Add all the ingredients and fill rest of bottle with Aloe Vera water. Keep in refrigerator and shake well prior to using it in a diffuser or spray bottle.
 
Not all of you will have essential oils handy at home, so I have also included a few natural home remedies using simple ingredients that can offer immediate relief from burns. I wish to stress that the use of essential oils will yield better long-term results when it comes to treating burns, sunburns and scars.

While most of the moles are harmless and pose no health threat, they could be a problem from an aesthetic point of view. Moles are generally small-pigmented spots made up of melanocyte cells that appear on the surface of the skin. Melanocyte cells are the cells that are responsible for the pigmentation of the skin. They are usually brown in color, however some might be dark brown or skin colored. They could be rough or smooth, raised or flat and few may have hair growing on them.
 

When And Why Do Moles Develop?

Some of the moles may be present from birth, while most of them appear during the first 30 years of an individual’s life. Individuals with darker complexion have fewer moles in comparison to those who have lighter complexion.
 
Whether you will have moles or not also depends on your family history, which means you are likely to develop moles or a certain kind of mole if they are common in your family. Where you were brought up is also a factor that decides whether moles will appear on your body. For example, if you have had more exposure to the sun, then you have good chance of having several small moles. In most cases, many of the moles disappear on their own without you noticing them.
 
The reason behind the appearance of some of the moles may also be hormonal. Here are few of the periods of life where the likelihood of the appearance of moles is higher:
 
During older age – they might start appearing after the age of 50 years
During teenage years – you might have large number of moles
During pregnancy – your moles could be slightly darker
 

What Role Do Essential Oils Play In Helping You Get Rid Of Moles?

When it comes to removing a mole naturally, essential oils will certainly be your best bet.
Instead of explaining the benefits of each essential oil to get rid of moles, then continue with the recipes, I have changed the format of this article. I list each essential oil together with the best application method to remove the moles.

 

Best Essential Oils and Recipes To Remove Moles

 

1. Frankincense essential oil

Egyptians first used the essential oil of Frankincense for stomach disorders, skincare and kohl. This holy oil of the Middle East has sesquiterpenes as one of its ingredient that helps in controlling emotions. It helps different hormonal glands in performing their proper function and provides strength to the immune system of the body by increasing leukocyte activity in the blood.
This same ability of strengthening the immune system makes this oil excellent for removing moles and also warts from the body. In addition, Frankincense contains Monoterpenes and Phenols that make your cells work perfectly by correcting them at a DNA level. Moles are often the result of inaccurate accumulation of cells.
Here are some of the essential oil recipes using Frankincense I have personally tried and tested for their ability to remove moles.
 
Recipe 1 – Essential oil bath
Prepare an essential oil bath with the following ingredients:
 
3 drops of Frankincense essential oil
6 drops of Lavender essential oil
1/2 to 1 cup of sea salts
1/2 to 1 cup of baking soda
How to use:
Add this blend to your hot bath on a daily basis. Based on my personal experience I can say that following this routine fades away the moles permanently within a period of 6-8 weeks.
 
Recipe 2 – Direct application
Apply Frankincense straight to the mole 1 or 2 times in a day for a period of fourteen days. Following this procedure, your mole will gradually become darker in color and then ultimately fall off. Constant application of Frankincense for a few days after the mole has disappeared will help in avoiding the scarring.
 
 
Recipe 3
Ingredients:
Olive / Almond oil – 1 oz. (30ml)
Frankincense essential oil – 15 drops
How to use:
Blend both oils in a glass bottle.
Apply a little quantity of the diluted Frankincense on your mole.
Repeat two-three times in a day for a period of one month or until you get rid of your moles.
Moles are generally harder to deal with than skin warts, so always purchase high quality Frankincense for best results.

 

2. Oregano Essential Oil

Just like Frankincense, Oregano is rich in monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes and phenols. In addition, it contains other components like thymol, myrcene, beta caryophyllene, para-cymene, gamma-terpinene, carvacrol etc.
This oil is not only an antiseptic, antiparasitic, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antibacterial but also a potent immune system stimulant, which makes it one of the most effective remedies for moles. Oregano may be harsh on the skin and therefore must be diluted before being applied to the skin. Here are some of the best Oregano essential oil recipes for quick removal of moles:
 
Recipe 1
One of the options to use Oregano essential oil is to apply two drops of it over the mole once or twice per day. The mole will turn darker in color and will fall off within few days. Once it falls off, use a drop of Lavender and Frankincense over the new skin as this helps in avoiding skin scarring.
 
Recipe 2
Drop a little amount of Oregano essential oil on a q-tip cotton swab or on a small pad; a band-aid is also a good option.
Put the cotton pad on the skin and allow it to stay in position for at least 10-15 minutes.
Put a drop of Lavender oil around the outer part of the mole, to calm down any burning sensation; however, this burning sensation is very common and does not last for more than a few minutes. You can also avoid this burning sensation by adding one drop of fractionated coconut oil to Oregano before using it.
Continue this treatment as much as two times a day, but if it causes prolonged itching, swelling, redness or dry skin then stop the use immediately.
Keep unused portions of the blend in a dark and cool place.
 
Recipe 3
Oregano is a strong essential oil. Therefore, it is recommended that you dilute it with carrier oil like Almond Oil. Use one tsp. of Oregano oil with 8 tsp. of Almond oil then shake it vigorously before applying this over the mole once a day.
With this remedy, you can expect your mole to disappear in a week’s time. If you notice any skin irritation, then stop the treatment immediately. A light cleanser can easily remove the oil from your skin whenever needed.
 
Recipe 4 
Band-aid therapy using Lavender and Oregano:
Use a drop of Lavender over the skin surrounding the mole to avoid any burning from Oregano Oil.
Put one drop of Oregano essential oil onto a q-tip cotton swab.
Dab the q-tip around the mole for approximately half a minute and then cover it with band-aid.
Repeat this procedure daily until the mole has disappeared. You can follow this process two times a day for faster results.
Few points to be noted when using Oregano for skin mole removal
Oregano oil is “hot” oil, so it will burn your skin if you do not weaken it with fractionated coconut oil. Use a q-tip for the application of this oil onto the mole.
If this oil is causing prolonged itching, swelling, redness or dry skin, then stop using it immediately.
It could take as much as four weeks for few moles to disappear.
 

3. Castor Essential Oil

Based on the opinion of several experts around the world, Castor Oil can be a dependable home remedy for skin blemishes like moles. Before moving to bed at night, apply Castor oil everyday with some baking soda mixed to prepare a thick paste. After 3 days, you should see your mole beginning to disappear. It could take a week or so for mole to disappear completely, based on its size and color. In the meantime, if you find minor skin irritations then use this blend every alternate day. While the results will come a little slow, this remedy offers highly sustainable results.
 
How to use Castor oil and baking soda blend for moles?
Ingredients
Few drops of Castor oil
A pinch of Baking Soda
Directions for use
Moisturize the baking soda by adding few drops of Castor oil to it.
Apply this paste on your mole.
Keep it overnight.
Repeat daily for a couple of days until your moles fall off.
 

4. Flaxseed Essential Oil

Flaxseed or linseed is well known for its healing effect, which is mainly because of the essential fatty acids or EFAs present in it. These fatty acids protect the cells by allowing only the healthy substances to pass through the cell membranes. For the same reason, Flaxseed essential oil is known to have exceptional skin healing ability. It could even cure rosacea, psoriasis, and eczema. When using this oil for moles, within a few days of use you can see the edges of the mole loosening up before it falls from your skin.
Here is a recipe using flaxseed essential oil that I recommend my friends to use
Ingredients
Flaxseed oil – enough to make a paste
Honey – 1 tsp
Flaxseed powder – 1 tbsp
(Adjust these components based on your requirement; all you need is to prepare a paste)
Directions
Mix flax, honey and ground flaxseed oil to prepare a paste.
Apply this on your moles thrice a day until you get rid of them.
 

Natural Remedies for Mole Removal

 
1. Coconut Oil
While most of us know that coconut oil is excellent for the hair, not many of us are aware of its skin cleansing properties. Apply a small quantity of this oil once daily on your moles and you will see positive results in due course.
 
2. Apple Cider Oil (ACV)
Mix a small quantity of ACV with petroleum jelly and then apply this mix on the mole. Use a bandage to cover the spot. Repeat this procedure three times a day for two weeks for faster results.
 
How to Use Apple Cider Vinegar for Moles?
Ingredient
Bandage
Cotton ball
Petroleum jelly
Apple cider vinegar
Instruction
Apply a little amount of petroleum jelly around the mole to protect it from the acidic effect of vinegar. Now, pour a few drops of apple cider vinegar on the cotton ball and place it in a manner that the vinegar touches the skin of the mole. Secure it with a bandage and leave it in position for a couple of hours. Follow this process three times a week. After 7 days of use, you can expect the mole to begin drying up. Do not rub at this stage. Let it fall naturally.
 
3. Garlic Oil
Crush a garlic clove and prepare a paste from it. Then, combine it with petroleum jelly or coconut oil. Put it on your moles and leave it in position for 3-4 hours. The same process needs to be repeated daily for at least a week for lasting results.
 
4. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Olive Oil will certainly be useful in lightening your moles. Mix a few drops of it with Frankincense oil and apply this mix 2-3 times a day on your moles.
 
5. Almond oil
Almond Oil is one of the few important assets in the world of aromatherapy. Just blend a few drops of Almond oil with honey and put this mix on your moles. Applying this mix twice on a daily basis will give you good results.
While it is true that essential oils are always useful for the removal of moles, do not try removing moles that are cancerous.  Inspect your moles for anomalies such as change in diameter, color and the symmetry of the border. In the event any such irregularity is seen, get your mole checked by a doctor to rule out the possibility of it being malignant.
Eczema, frequently called dermatitis is a generic term that is used to explain different types of skin ailments. Eczema generally develops when the skin of an individual tends to be highly sensitive to irritants such as dust, pollens, moulds, chemicals, animal dander, or some specific foods.
 
Victims usually feel uncomfortable occupied with constant itching as they establish hot, flaky and scratchy patches on their skin. Their skin might end up being exceptionally swollen, dry and split, ultimately resulting in the formation of blisters.
 

Let’s Briefly Look At ‘What Causes Eczema?’

The cause for Eczema is not yet understood, although it is believed to be caused by an over-reaction of the body’s immune system to an allergen. This disease can be seen in both males and females of any age and nationality. In addition, Eczema can appear on any part of the body, with limbs, cheeks, forehead, the region around the ears, and parts where the skin folds being more vulnerable to the ailment. In spite of it being problematic and unattractive, Eczema is not transmittable.
 
The disease might initially disappear after a particular treatment, but it may always come back and when it does, comes back even stronger. Relentless rubbing or scratching can worsen the situation, causing the formation of dark, thick, scaly, and crusted red patches on the skin. This can be exceptionally traumatic and results in additional stress, anxiety and tension.
 
Essential Oils can be used as a natural treatment for Eczema to relieve you from its signs and symptoms and promote re-growth of the skin. In fact, people like me believe that using Essential Oils is the only way to obtain sustainable relief in cases of Eczema.
 

Why Standard Treatments Fail?

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen, naproxen and others, corticosteroids, and drugs that imitate the hormones produced naturally by the body, are generally recommended to help you obtain relief from the symptoms of Eczema. The issue with many of these treatments I feel is that they just aim to ease the signs and symptoms and do not address the root cause of the problem. This is the prime reason why there is a common belief among the masses that Eczema cannot be cured completely.
 
Corticosteroids must only be used for short-term because such medicines trigger severe side effects such as thinning of the skin and even osteoporosis in some cases. This makes coming up with a natural kind of treatment an absolute necessity.

 

What Essential Oils Can Be Used For Best Possible Relief In Cases Of Eczema?

Eczema often appears if you are prone to allergies, nutrition deficiencies, or other medical conditions. There are several oils that can offer comfort to the agonizing signs and symptoms of Eczema. You just have to massage these oils into the affected area as many times as possible in a day. Keeping that in mind, here are some of the best Essential Oils I recommend to people suffering from Eczema:
 
Tea Tree Oil
If somebody asks me to recommend one single oil that can be used as a standalone treatment for Eczema, then Tea Tree Oil will certainly be my choice. The antibacterial properties of this oil help you to avoid infection due to excessive scratching and inflammation. Unlike other Essential Oils, Tea Tree Oil can be used directly on the skin, although it can also be used along with any carrier oil or in combination with any other Essential Oil.
 
Sesame Oil
Sesame Oil, which is dark and yellowish-brown in color, is rich in vitamins A and E. According to experts, sesame oil is considered appropriate even for those with delicate skin. The key reason why people of all age groups can use it is that it does not cause any side effects or sets off allergies. The oil’s high vitamin E content, in particular, makes it a great option for those with Eczema. Due to the fact that vitamin E supports recovery, Sesame Oil helps you to get rid of swelling and lowers the inflammation. This oil does have a unique nutty smell that some individuals find unpleasant, so make certain to smell it prior to using it on your body.
 
Jojoba Oil
Jojoba Oil is light-colored and smooth. It is prepared from the beans of jojoba plants. This oil is very moisturizing in nature and gets quickly absorbed on your skin. In addition, it can easily deal with the dry and scaly skin, which is the most common symptom of Eczema seen in many individuals. Since this oil helps in regulating the skin oil, any rashes can be easily avoided. I can certainly recommend Jojoba Oil as a daily treatment for Eczema no matter whether your Eczema is chronic or acute. Rosacea is another skin condition that Jojoba Oil can effectively deal with.
 
Evening Primrose Oil
Evening Primrose Oil is pale yellow in color. This oil is very rich in fatty acids that accelerate the healing process and reduce the swelling happening due to the presence of Eczema. Primrose also promotes the healing of the skin, which is one thing that people with blisters or bumps on the skin would certainly like. Unlike Sesame Oil and Jojoba Oil, both of which come in bottles, Primrose Oil is generally offered in gel form to extend its shelf life. You can just press the gel out onto your skin and apply thoroughly for significant relief in Eczema.
 
Geranium Oil
Geranium is an elixir for those that have hard time dealing with insect bites. This Essential Oil alleviates the discomfort and swelling involved in conditions like Eczema.
 
Juniper Oil
Juniper is less flowery in fragrance than a few of the other Essential Oils used for treating Eczema. It reduces the swelling and discomfort involved in Eczema.
 
Lavender Oil
Lavender Essential Oil reduces the inflammation and swelling and helps in skin recovery. In addition, Lavender relieves the inflamed nerves, thus ensuring a peaceful sleep at night. This Oil is also proven to be useful if extreme itchiness bothers you and drives you insane, keeping you awake throughout the night. Lavender can be used in bath water of babies or kids suffering from Eczema, considering its mild nature. Lavender Oil is also commonly used for areas of the skin affected by Psoriasis.
 
Marjoram Oil
Just like Geranium, Marjoram is frequently used to treat insect bites. This Essential Oil alleviates pain, inflammation, and swelling involved in diseases like Eczema.
 
Peppermint Oil
Peppermint is known to offer quick relief in Eczema while soothing the scratchy and inflamed skin.
 
Rose Oil
This is among the most costly Essential Oils that deal with Eczema; however, it can do wonders for your disease if you can afford buying it. Rose eases the discomfort and swelling and heals aching and broken skin. In order to make it easily affordable, you can use 2 or 3 drops of this Oil together with a more budget friendly Essential Oil, like lavender or tea tree Oil.
 
Spikenard Oil
This is another less flowery Essential Oil that reduces swelling as well as helps you attain a peaceful sleep at night.
 
Vetiver Oil
Vetliver reduces the discomfort involved in conditions like Eczema and helps in healing the skin. Just like other Essential Oils, it promotes peaceful sleep too.
 
Despite all of the above, if you are after a fast relief from itching, pain and sores associated with Eczema, H-Eczema is my top recommendation, hands down. It is a 100% all-natural home treatment remedy which will heal your skin beautifully.

 

The 2 Best Ways To Use Essential Oils For Natural And Sustainable Relief Of Eczema

1. Topical application
Directions:
Pick any one of the Essential Oils mentioned above and be ready to apply that on your skin. My preference would be Tea Tree or Lavender Oil.
Before applying on your skin, prepare the Essential Oil by blending it with any carrier oil. Some of the carrier oils that can be chosen for this application are jojoba, apricot, or avocado kernel Oil. These oils are really nourishing to the skin. Mix 20 drops of Essential Oil with 5 tablespoons of carrier oil and store in a dark colored glass bottle.
Rub the Oil onto the affected parts in circular movements. Do not pull or tug at the skin. Apply 3 times daily, or as recommended by your doctor.
2. Oat Meal Bath
Directions:
Take 2 tablespoons each of fresh lavender buds and oatmeal. Use plain oat meal for this preparation, not the flavored kind.
Put the lavender and oatmeal in a mixer and run it until both form a good paste. The lavender’s aroma needs to be fairly strong.
Get some cheesecloth and stretch it. You might have to make use of more than one layer so the mix does not fall. A muslin bag or other permeable product is best preferred for this purpose.
Collect the lavender mix from the mixer and place it in the center of the cheesecloth. Pull up the sides to make a bag. Take a piece of string or ribbon to fasten the bag’s mouth, leaving a length of it hanging loose.
Prepare a warm bath, adding 2 to 4 drops of lavender Essential Oil to the tub. The oil will develop a soothing vapor as soon as it combines with the steam of the bath.
Use the long end of the string from the lavender-oatmeal bag to tie it on the tub faucet. The bag is required to be immersed in the water completely.
Rub the bag on your dry skin as you take your bath. The mix prepared will reduce the irritation as you relax yourself in the perfumed bath.
Add a drop of lavender Essential Oil to some plain, odorless body cream. Apply on your skin after the bath.
 

What Is The Best Essential Oil Recipe That Can Help You Obtain Instant Relief In Eczema?

Recipe for the body oil
This body oil when massaged on your body relieves anxiety and stress significantly. Here is how to prepare it:
Take 2 oz of carrier oil and add 3 drops Roman Chamomile, 5 drops Lavender, 5 drops Neroli and 1 pill of E vitamin. Shake carefully and leave it as such for at least a day and use thereafter. In case there is inflammation caused due to its use, discontinue using it immediately.
Massage this oil regularly on day-to-day basis. The effects of this recipe can best be felt in situations where you are highly stressed. You can also prepare a bath or even a footbath by using 1 to 2 teaspoons of this Essential Oil blend.
In cases where Eczema is present on the eyelids, it is extremely important to identify the kind of irritants responsible for exacerbating the skin. Make certain to discontinue using such ingredients as soon as possible. Common irritants that trigger Eczema on the eyelids include soap, cleaning agents, cosmetics, dust and pollen dust from the plants.

 

Which Essential Oil Recipe Should I Use To Treat Eczema In My Children

Given it is 100% natural, made using the highest quality ingredients, and the fact it is so gentle on the skin, H-Eczema can be safely used for the treatment of Eczema in children. It comes with a 90 day money back guarantee as well.
While Essential Oils can easily be diluted in any carrier oil, it is best to use water based carrier oils when using them for treating Eczema in children. The lotion prepared for children must be 100 percent natural and without any traces of parabens or propylene glycol in it. Below mentioned is the recipe for the lotion that I found to be really beneficial for my 3 year old. Here is how to prepare this Eczema lotion for quicker results in children.
 
1. Recipe for Eczema Lotion
Ingredients:
2 tbsp Shea butter
2 tbsp Coconut Oil
2 drops Geranium
5 drops Lavender
2 drops Tea tree oil
Directions:
Fill a saucepan half way with water and heat the water over medium heat. In a mason jar, add shea butter and coconut oil. Put this jar over the saucepan until the oils melt. Allow this mix to cool. Mix the Essential Oils into it and store in a cool place. Use this cream two times in a day over affected areas of your child’s body.
 
2. Recipe For Anti-Eczema Gel
You can blend Essential Oils in Aloe Vera gel to deal with issues like Eczema. When using this gel, you are advised to apply it on a small area of your skin initially, prior to using it all over. A better portion to test is the back of your hand near your wrist. If there is no burning or inflammation happening, you may go ahead with its application.
Consider adding apple cider vinegar to this gel, as that will help in making the skin more acidic. For those suffering from Eczema, it is necessary to keep your skin pH close to 5.5. Doing so keeps the skin moist and Eczema causing bacteria at bay.
Ingredients:
4 oz Aloe Vera gel
1 TBS Apple Cider Vinegar
4 drops Carrot Seed
4 drops Tea Tree Oil
2 drops Geranium Oil
Directions:
Mix all components together in a little container. This mix will need to be stirred prior to its use as the Essential Oils have a tendency to drift to the top.
 
3 Handy Tips For Best Possible Relief In Eczema
Tip 1: Stay away from dairy and wheat based products
It is a well-known fact that dairy products and wheat products can be responsible for worsening or triggering Eczema attacks. I recommend that you start consuming cow’s milk rather than soya. Even better if you can go for lactase free milk. In addition, you can try eliminating strawberries, eggs, pork, shellfish, nuts, wheat, and foods that have variety of chemicals present in them such as processed meats and carbonated beverages from your diet.
 
Tip 2: Frequent showers or bathing is necessary
In extreme cases of Eczema, you need to adopt preventive measures to keep the infection at bay. Routine showers or bathing is recommended. This practice can be quite useful; however try using mild and natural soaps and cleansers, i.e. not the ones procured from grocery stores. Artificial ingredients in soaps and cleansers might worsen your Eczema as they disturb the pH balance of your skin.
 
Tip 3: Keep your skin hydrated
Keeping your skin hydrated is highly essential if you are prone to suffering from Eczema, as dry skin is more susceptible to breakage and infection. The only challenge in this case is finding the right hydrating creams and lotions that do not include any artificial ingredients. In addition, try finding products that are hypoallergenic and consist of only the natural ingredients.
 

The Final Word

Stress is really a driving factor that aggravates the condition of Eczema to a significant extent. It is quite common for the individuals to suffer from serious bouts of Eczema if their life ends up being too demanding for them. Over a period of 10+ years, I have tried and tested several Essential Oils. The Essential Oils mentioned in this article have shown promising results without aggravating the already harmed skin.
 
These Essential Oils are equally outstanding when it comes to combating the stress and this perhaps explains why they are so efficient and consistent in tackling conditions like Eczema.

Essential Oils –  Psoriasis Natural Remedies

Psoriasis is a type of auto-immune disease with inflammatory symptoms resulting in skin disorders that some believe is hereditary. The outcome is raised patches of pink dead skin, which can be extremely painful, though the disease is not at all infectious. The symptoms go downhill with infections, emotional imbalances, stress, or other non-related illnesses. Psoriasis is commonly seen in body parts like chest, elbows, the scalp, and knees. The rash may get worse if it is directly exposed to sunlight for a long period of time and it may also reoccur repeatedly and unexpectedly.
 
Topical treatments can offer instant relief; however, the most effective method of tackling this skin disorder is by adopting an all-natural approach of treatment and treating emotions that may trigger the symptoms. Several Essential Oils could be useful when it comes to the treatment of Psoriasis. Some are known for their detoxifying effects, while there are others that are known for their moisturizing ability. In addition, these Oils have the remarkable ability of minimizing stress, and their antibacterial qualities support the liver function and defense mechanisms of the body.
 

Best Essential Oils For Psoriasis And Their Possible Side Effects

Generally, the most popular Essential Oils employed to treat the signs and symptoms of Psoriasis include Thyme, Geranium, Helichrysum, Rose and Lavender. Research indicates that these specific Essential Oils can significantly suppress the signs of painful Psoriasis. With that said, here are some of the best Essential Oils to Heal Psoriasis:
 
1. Thyme Oil
While being highly toxic, Thmol present in thyme is a potent antiseptic, making thyme especially useful for problems like Psoriasis. Blend thyme with a carrier Oil and apply over impacted areas for significant relief.
Those with high blood pressure levels should be cautious when working with thyme and pregnant girls should not use it. It is also a skin irritant.
 
2. Geranium Oil
Geranium Essential Oil renders wonderful effects when used on skin. Geranium is known to revitalize the body tissues. I personally think that this is the single most important Oil for the treatment of skin conditions like Psoriasis.
Possible adverse reactions include the formation of rashes. If the Oil gets into the eye, it might cause a burning sensation. Geranium Oil is generally applied externally or taken internally in food dose amounts.
 
3. Rose Oil
Rose Essential Oil is frequently used in the treatment of Psoriasis due to its calming properties. While smelling beautifully, this Oil has antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties.
Rose Essential Oil is also known to energize the mind. If you are planning to use this Oil topically, you require merely a slight dab. Rose Oil should always be used in a blend, rather than being used all alone.
 
4. Juniper Oil
Juniper stimulates the blood circulation and helps in blood purification, making it highly useful for the treatment of Psoriasis. While this Oil can be applied topically, diffused or inhaled, it is often used in condiments as a food grade additive. Juniper might cause irritation in skin for many users. In addition, it is not advisable to be used by expecting mothers, as it might cause birth defects. Children also shouldn’t use Juniper Oil.
 
5. Lavender Oil
Lavender is also one of the traditional treatments of Psoriasis. It is known to reduce itching and eases anxiety and stress. It can also help you avoid secondary infections.
Possible hazards of not using Lavender properly include irritation of the skin, allergy symptoms, nausea, chills, headache or vomiting. You can use this Oil topically or by diffusing it in the room.
If you want to buy Lavender Oil, try my certified organic Lavender Oil now!
 
6. Helichrysum Oil
Helichrysum (often known as “immortelle”) is wonderful for reducing the symptoms of Psoriasis. It can also ease the inflammation and headaches while promoting the healing of wounds and curing of fungal infections.
Using this Oil internally could be toxic, though there are actually no known adverse reactions seen when this Oil is used topically or in a diffuser.
 
7. Sandalwood Oil
Sandalwood Essential Oil works to balance both emotions and the immunity processes of the body. The high percentage of Santalol present in Sandalwood makes it useful in relieving inflammation, which is a common characteristic of Psoriasis.
Possible unwanted effects might include hypersensitive reactions. This Oil is also not suggested for expecting mothers. The Oil can be used topically or by diffusing it in the air.
 
8. Tea Tree Oil
Tea Tree Essential Oil is wonderful for skin problems like Psoriasis. Using Tea Tree Oil can regenerate the cells of the body to reduce the inflammation and swelling. There are very few adverse reactions linked to the use of tea tree Oil, however, children younger than 6 should exercise caution. Additionally, it may create contact sensitization on repeated use. You can use it topically or perhaps in a diffuser.
 
9. Eucalyptus Oil
Eucalyptus Essential Oil (Eucalyptus fructicetorum) is wonderful for Psoriasis and stuffy acne. Eucalyptus Oil is unsafe when taken orally or applied directly to the facial skin without diluting it first. It can be safe when consumed in food dose amounts.
 
10. Peppermint Oil
Peppermint Essential Oil is wonderful for problems like Psoriasis due to the healing properties associated with this Oil. Mild skin irritation may well be a factor, though there are no known unwanted effects to using peppermint Oil. It may be taken internally or used topically.
 
11. Rosemary Oil
Rosemary Essential Oil (Rosmarinus officinalis) may be a good choice for problems like Psoriasis. The antioxidants present in this Oil prevent skin damage and render support to the structure of the skin. It could be used topically or taken orally.
It is recommended to not use this Oil while pregnant. Alternatively, do not use it if you have epilepsy.
 
12. Patchouli Oil
Patchouli Essential Oil (Agastache/Pogostemon) is wonderful for skin conditions like Psoriasis. This Oil is safe when taken in food amounts. Patchouli might be applied externally, taken internally, or used in blends of fragrances and perfumes.
 
13. Chamomile Oil
Chamomile Essential Oil is helpful in problems like Psoriasis and Dermatitis, as well as other severe hypersensitivity reactions. You can diffuse it or rub two to three drops on your forehead just before going to bed or when facing a Psoriasis breakout.
 
14. Bergamot Oil
Bergamot Essential Oil has calming effects. You can apply this Oil topically or diffuse it in the air. This Oil can also be used as a deodorant or a food supplement. This Oil is not safe for children.
 
15. Andiroba Oil
The myristic acid in Andiroba checks the overgrowth of skin cells. The linoleic acid present in the Oil restores the regular life cycle and stops uncontrolled expansion of skin cells.
 
16. Borage Seed Oil
Borage Seed Oil contains considerable amounts of Gamma Linoleic Acid. It can rejeuvenate the facial skin, and help to control Psoriasis.
 
17. Cajeput Oil
Cajeput Oil energizes the cells of the skin and acts as a light counter-irritant, which helps to ease the irritation caused by Psoriasis.
 
18. Copaiba Oil
This is an anti-inflammatory Oil that prevents infections that might be caused due to Psoriasis.
 
19. Evening primrose Oil
This Oil also includes a lot of Gamma Linoleic Acid(GLA), and works similar to Borage Oil.
 
20. Tamanu Oil
This healing tropical Oil is useful in treating Psoriasis along with other skin problems. It is also a rich and soothing moisturizer.
 

What Are The Best Essential Oil Recipes For Psoriasis?

 
Psoriasis Essential Oil Recipe 1 – Alkalizing hydrotherapy bath:
For those that are seeking relief from itching and burning of Psoriasis flare-ups, you need to try this alkalizing bath. This bath can make your skin condition a little worse before it starts to improve – but this is often a good indication showing that the detoxification process of the body is now being stimulated.
 
Place 1 cup oats, 1 cup baking soda and 1 cup cornflour within a pop sock and tie properly. Have a warm (not hot) water and add this pop sock along with 1 cup of apple cider vinegar- squeezing the sock well! Use this bath 5 times in a week to help your body soothe and heal itself.
 
Psoriasis Essential Oil Recipe 2 – Moisturizing bath:
Mix 4 drops of Lavender, 4 drops of Bergamot, 2 drops German Chamomile, 1 teaspoon Virgin Cold Pressed Olive Oil, 1 teaspoon Jojoba Oil, 1 cup oats and 1/2 cup Dead Sea Salt. Place the mix in a pop sock and tie properly. Add the sock to the warm bath water and squeeze regularly to ensure that the salts dissolve and the Oat milk is released. Use this bath blend one or two times in a week to help moisturize and soothe your skin. Oils and salt present in the bath will likely prevent infection from happening if the skin is cracked.
 
Psoriasis Essential Oil Recipe 3 – Moisturizing Aloe Gel/Cream:
Use this gel after having a bath or shower on the lesions – or on places where lesions are likely to appear – always execute a skin patch test first to ensure the suitability of the Oil you are using. Take 100ml Seaweed and Aloe Vera Gel or a moisturizing cream base and add 10ml Jojoba Oil, 10ml Vitamin E Oil, 10ml Avocado Oil, 4 ml Tea Tree, 4 ml Patchouli, 10 ml Lavender, 10 ml Bergamot and 3 drops of German Chamomile. Stir well and keep inside an airtight jar.
 
Psoriasis Essential Oil Recipe 4 – A famous Essential Oil recipe for Psoriasis:
You will need:
 
– 6 tbsp carrier Oil (like Avocado Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Pumpkin Seed Oil, Coconut Oil, Kukui Nut Oil, Rosehip Seed Oil etc.) I have found that a blend of Kukui, Avocado, and Almond is the most popular.
 
– 9 drops Bergamot Oil
– 1 drop Ylang Ylang Oil
– 3 drops Mandarin Oil
– 11 drops Lavender Oil
– 1 drop Clary Sage Oil
– 10 drops Geranium Oil
– 10 drops Frankincense Oil
– 4 drops Patchouli Oil
Directions:
Add the carrier Oil into a glass bottle (a bottle with a dropper is easier to handle).
Add the Essential Oils. Take note, the grade of Essential Oil you use will greatly affect the strength of the therapy. Use the best kind of Oils available.
Put the lid on and gently shake the bottle to mix the ingredients.
Use this blend on your Psoriasis lesions twice in a day.
 
Psoriasis Essential Oil Recipe 5 – Magnesium Baths
If you are suffering from Psoriasis, soaking in water can make it worse. In such cases, Magnesium baths and other kinds of detoxification baths will be helpful in healing the skin.
 
I generally add a cupful of magnesium flakes or epsom salts along with a little Himalayan salt to the baths of my children. Whenever I find time, I never tend to lose the opportunity to take a relaxing bath in this mix. When I am not able to spend time in bath, topical application of magnesium Oil helps. Amazingly, I am able to notice the results from trans-dermal magnesium baths far more quickly compared to taking magnesium internally.
 
Recipe for magnesium bath is:
 
1 cup Himalayan Salt
1-3 cup of magnesium flakes and epsom salts
10-25 drops of Essential Oil of preference (I like Lavender and Mint)
1 tsp of vanilla extract
The effect of this recipe is heightened when used with warm water.
 

Things To Consider When Choosing Essential Oils For Psoriasis Treatment

Value for money
If the cheaper alternative offers the same efficiency and effects, why buy the pricey Essential Oils.
 
Essential Oil versatility
The Oil used must be able to address the needs of different kinds of skins.
 
Essential Oil properties 
Essential Oils with larger range of properties work best for all kinds of bodies and environments.
 
Ease of access and application 
Some Oils are readily available while some are not. The Essential Oil you are using must be easily available in the market so you don’t have to search for it and delay your treatment. Essential Oils that are easy to apply are more practical for everyday use.
 

Some Pros And Cons Of Using Essential Oils For Psoriasis Treatment

Pros
The treatment approach is all natural with no side effects, unlike using medicines prescribed by doctors.
Most of the Essential Oils are meant for every kind of skin. Therefore, you can easily find an Essential Oil that fits your skin type.
Cons:
Some Essential Oils can be dangerous if applied in undiluted forms. You also need to exercise caution if you have some pre-existing disease.
The Oil can easily be oxidized and rendered ineffective if it is exposed to open air for a long duration.
Rosacea is a persistent and often complicated disorder of the skin that is becoming more common as more and more people are getting into the most vulnerable age range. Rosacea is usually indicated by flare-ups and remissions. Often known as adult acne, Rosacea generally appears after the age of 30 as inflammation around the cheeks, nose, face or brow that could appear and vanish. In some instances, Rosacea might also happen around the chest, neck, ears or scalp. With time, the redness becomes ruddier and much more persistent, with blood vessels becoming noticeable. Left without treatment, Rosacea might give rise to humps and acne, as well as in serious cases the nose might grow inflamed and bumpy due to the extra tissue present. In a few cases, your vision will also be affected. In addition, you might feel annoyed and irritated.
 
 
The goal of any kind of Rosacea treatment is to reduce the presence of unsightly flare-ups. Although there’s no medically recognized cure for Rosacea, the triggers that aggravate conditions like Rosacea could easily be avoided with few lifestyle changes and the adoption of the right skincare program.
 
Generally addressed with the use of antibiotics, symptoms of Rosacea may also be eased with the help of natural treatments. Using Essential Oils can reduce the signs and symptoms of Rosacea. Essential Oils with anti-inflammatory and cooling effects can reduce the symptoms like swelling, inflammation, and itching.

 

What Are The Best Essential Oils To Use For Rosacea Treatment?

When choosing products for Rosacea, look for ones that contain the following Essential Oils for skin:
 
1. Borage Essential Oil
Borage Oil is acquired from the seeds of the plant named Borago officinalis. This Oil is rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which is an essential fatty acid. Your body won’t naturally create essential fatty acids and is dependent on foods to bring them along. Borage Essential Oil can be used as a natural supplement to fulfill such needs of the body or it can be applied topically on the epidermis. The anti-inflammatory effects of Borage are helpful in the treatment of Rosacea. Use of this Oil can also reduce the reddening of the skin. Furthermore, it’s an effective emollient and promotes healthy skin.
 
2. German Chamomile Essential Oil
Chamomile Essential Oil is acquired from the flowers of the plant by the process of steam distillation. This Oil is beneficial for the treatment of Rosacea because it soothes and calms the skin, helps cells regrowth and heals the damaged parts of the skin. It is used in aromatherapy for its analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergenic and fungicidal properties.
 
3. Lavender Essential Oil
Lavender Oil is acquired from the flowers of the plant through the process of steam distillation. While being a favorite Essential Oil for all types of skin, Lavender is especially beneficial for those that have Rosacea skin. It has calming and anti-inflammatory effects on the skin. Lavender Essential Oil is also widely used for its anti-viral, anti-yeast and anti-microbial qualities.
 
4. Rosehip Essential Oil
Like Borage Oil, Rosehip Oil features a high concentration of essential fatty acid called GLA. Essential fatty acids like GLA are necessary for the formation and upkeep of healthy cellular membranes, through which nutrition passes into the cells. Rosehip Oil can be used on Rosacea skin as an antiseptic as well as an agent to regulate the sebum production.
 
5. Primrose Essential Oil
Evening Primrose Oil is derived from the seeds of the plant, which are high in GLA. Primrose Oil can be used both as a herbal supplement taken orally and as an Oil for topical application. Evening primrose allows the body to normalize the barrier functions of the skin and keep its cells properly hydrated while offering both astringent and soothing effects.
 
6. Neroli Essential Oil
Neroli features a sebum balancing effect to balance the Oily and dried-out skin. Neroli is often combined with other Essential Oils for stopping Rosacea. I’ve found the aroma to be very soothing.
 
7. Rosewood Essential Oil
Rosewood Essential Oil is famous for its ability of keeping the skin elastic, so is an ideal accessory for any mix when you have mature skin along with Rosacea.
 
8. Sea Buckthorn Essential Oil
Sea Buckthorn Essential Oil is beneficial for many different skin related issues including Rosacea because of its anti-inflammatory qualities and the support it offers to cellular re-growth.
 
9. Tamanu Essential Oil
Tamanu is used extensively in hospitals of Europe, Asia as well as the Pacific islands, because it is known for having the ability to reduce inflammation, fight infection, heal wounds and promote the formation of healthy tissue.

 

How To Use Essential Oils For Maximum Relief From Rosacea?

 
1. Inhalation
Put 2-4 drops of the Oil blend on a cotton swab and inhale. Make sure that your nose doesn’t touch the cotton tissue you are using. Tuck the cotton swab within the pocket of your shirt or undergarment for the long lasting aroma.
 
2. Massage
Full body massage with stress reducing Essential Oils is an easy way to ease the tension, help the body with detoxification while increasing an over-all sense of wellness. Mix 6-12 drops of Essential Oil to 1 ounce of carrier Oil or natural, scent free lotion and have your body massaged with this blend.
 
3. Body Product
Add 3-6 drops of Essential Oil blend to 1 oz of natural, scent free moisturizing product. Use this moisturizer on the skin, especially after the shower.
 
4. Room Spritzer
Mix 20-25 drops of the Essential Oil with distilled water in a spritzer bottle. Shake the mixture well before every use. Make sure that the mixture doesn’t get into your eyes.

 

What Are The Best Essential Oil Recipes For Rosacea?

 

Recipe 1: A basic recipe using Tamanu, Chamomile and Helichrysum Essential Oils
Ingredients:
1 teaspoon Tamanu carrier Oil
1 drop German Chamomile
1 drop Helichrysum
Directions:
Mix the ingredients together well and store in small glass bottle.
 
Application:
Apply this blend gently- don’t rub. Apply 3 times in a day for a week’s time, and then reduce the frequency to two times per day for a week then once every day for a week. This blend allows you to calm your skin and minimize the soreness and redness. It’s up to you how you apply the blend. Many people use it under their moisturizer, some use it over it, and there are others who mix it with the moisturizer. You can add 1/4 teaspoon of Natural Aloe-Vera to the blend. Rosehip Oil or Jojoba Oil can be used instead of Tamanu.
 
 
Recipe 2- A stronger recipe that is more effective
Ingredients:
1 teaspoon Tamanu
3 drops German Chamomile
1 drop Lavender
2 drops Helichrysum
This is often a stronger formula than the previous one. When your skin is highly sensitive, it may be too strong for you. Mix all the ingredients together well and store in small glass bottle. Use same application as described above.
 
Recipe 3: Essential Oil face care cream for Rosacea
Ingredients:
Emulsifying wax – 1 Tablespoon
Calendula Hydrosol – 1/3 cup
Vegetable Glycerin – 1 Tablespoon
Apricot or Kernel Oil – 1/3 cup
Vitamin E Oil – 1 Teaspoon
Helichrysum Essential Oil – 2 drops
Chamomile Essential Oil – 1 drop
Lavender Essential Oil -7 drops
Grapefruit seed extract – 10 drops
Method of Preparation:
Stir the glycerin, the emulsifying wax, and the Apricot or Kernel Oil together in a double boiler. Ensure the heat is low and wait until the wax completely melts. Remove the heat source before adding the Vitamin E Oil. Gently warm the hydrosol separately until it’s lukewarm. This is important if the hydrosol you have is frozen, otherwise it won’t mix well. Add hydrosol gradually into the Oil mixture while stirring the combination continuously until it’s thick and smooth.
 
Now, add the Grapefruit seed extract and the Essential Oils. Your face cream is ready. Now, make sure that the cream is kept in a neat and sanitized plastic bottle. Give it time to cool down and set up the lid on. Store in a dark place and stir every once in a while.
 
Recipe 4: A cooling Toner to calm the redness and rash
Ingredients:
Lavender Essential Oil – 5 drops
Tea tree Oil – 5 drops
Oregano Essential Oil – 8 drops
Apple Cider Vinegar – 1 ounce
Natural aloe vera gel – 1 ounce
Directions:
Mix the Aloe gel and Apple Cider Vinegar Oil. Add the Essential Oils and shake. Always shake before use making sure that the Oil doesn’t get into your eyes. Put the mixture in a spray bottle and use directly on your face.
 
Keep an anti-inflammatory, cooling spritzer available while you are out in the sun. This could be helpful in reducing the flair ups and redness associated with Rosacea. This recipe will make use of Oregano Oil, which is an effective anti-parasitic and antibiotic. The recipe can also be used to create an astringent you can use after cleansing. Apple Cider Vinegar acts as a toner that reinstates the skin’s natural acid layer. The acid layer helps to keep the skin’s flora in balance. Natural Aloe-Vera gel has firming and cooling effects, with wound healing and antibacterial qualities.

 

Daily Cleansing Routine – A 28-day plan

Do not use any harsh products on the face. To clean up the face, use only a pure cleaning soap. Rinse no less than twenty five times, with the running water. Use tepid water, neither cold nor hot. In the final rinse, put two tbsps of Apple Cider Vinegar, and then pat skin dry. Throughout the day, wear the following Oil formulas. Don’t wear any makeup whatsoever, nor any special coverups. Just use the Oil.
 
Following is a 28 day treatment plan to follow. The plan is divided into two stages with each stage taking fourteen days to complete.
 

Stage One – First 14 days

Day Treatment
3 tbsps Almond Oil
10 drops Parsley (can use Coriander instead of Parsley)
15 drops German Chamomile
Apply 4-5 drops from this formula daily. Wait for a few minutes and allow the Oil to soak into the skin, and then remove the excess Oil using a tissue.
 
Night Treatment
3 tbsps Almond Oil
15 drops Coriander
10 drops German Chamomile
15 drops Carrot Seed
5 drops Galbanum
In the night, after cleansing the skin, rub 5-6 drops of this formula over the face. Wait a couple of minutes then remove the excess Oil using a tissue. Avoid using any other cream, lotion, or product.
 

Stage two – Last 14 days

Day Treatment
3 tbsps Almond Oil
15 drops Geranium
15 drops Cypress
Blend all the ingredients together and apply 5 drops of this formula daily. Wait for few minutes to allow the Oil to soak into the skin and then remove the excess Oil using a tissue.
 
Evening Treatment
3 tbsps Almond Oil
15 drops Eucalyptus Radiata
5 drops Hyssop
10 drops Violet Leaf (can use Rose Geranium instead of Violet leaf)
In the night, after cleansing the skin, rub 5-6 drops of this formula over the face. Wait for a couple of minutes and then remove the excess Oil using a tissue. Like before, do not use any other cream, lotion or product.
 
Throughout these 28 days, get outdoors and enjoy the fresh air whenever you can. Increase your intake of fruits, vegetables, grains and fish. All chemicals and chemical preservatives need to be avoided. Avoid any white or red meat that includes traces of antibiotics or the hormones. Use supplements to fulfill your body’s demands of Zinc and Vitamin B. Do not use any steam treatments or facemasks during this time. Stay well hydrated.
 
 

Some Pros And Cons Of Using Essential Oils For Rosacea Treatment

Pros:
Unlike the medicinal approach, use of Essential Oils doesn’t have any side effects. A healthy individual can easily use any of the above mentioned Oils without being bothered about any unwanted effects.
Apart from being beneficial for Rosacea, these Oils positively affect your overall health and keep you fresh throughout the day.
Cons:
Some Essential Oil blends may not be suitable for those that have sensitive skin. Always make sure that you do a skin test patch before applying any essential oils to your skin.
If you are already suffering from a medical condition like epilepsy or asthma, some Oils may aggravate the disease and make it more prevalent.
The Rosacea patients need not worry about the signs and symptoms of this unsightly skin disease as the techniques mentioned above can offer relief in shortest possible time. The major benefit of using Essential Oils is that the treatment approach is all natural. Unlike regular medicines meant for Rosacea, the use of Essential Oils has no side effects, offering patients an easy approach to overcoming the disease and a disease free life.
Skin cancer or melanoma is known to be the most serious and aggressive form of skin cancer. A mere mention of this word is giving me goose bumps, as I have known many people who have suffered from this dreadful disease. If you haven’t personally been diagnosed with cancer, odds are high that you have been part of a support system for someone who has, at least once in your life.
 
Cancer of the skin is universally seen and its outbreak is ever-increasing. However, the good news is that skin cancer is not a life threatening cancer and all sorts of skin cancers are curable should they be treated in early stages. It is noted that Essential Oils can be of tremendous help in the management of skin cancer. These natural Oils are able to address the different stages of this condition if right Oils are used and right treatment methods are followed.
 

What Are The Best Essential Oils You Can Use For The Management Of Skin Cancer?

Sandalwood Essential Oil
Sandalwood is an ancient Oil that is frequently used in countries like Africa, Asia and Middle East. Steam distilled Sandalwood Oil can function as cardio-tonic and a chemo preventative agent. This research performed by the University of Oklahoma demonstrates that Sandalwood can kill cancer cells in the body and prevent the formation of new ones.
According to researchers, the presence of distinct chemical constituents in Sandalwood is the real reason behind this Oil’s cancer preventing properties. Sandalwood is rich in sesquiterpenes, which is a chemical causing death of cancer cells in the body. This Oil is also useful in the treatment of several skin conditions like Acne and Psoriasis.
 
Argan Essential Oil
Argan Oil is versatile. Many consumers often massage their hair with a small amount of this Oil after having a thorough cleanse, to deal with split ends. You can even use Argan Oil to strengthen finger nails, fade stretch marks, reduce wrinkles and diminish signs of sunburn.
The presence of following elements in Argan Oil makes it an effective cancer-preventing agent:
 
Vitamin E (Tocopherol)
Being an excellent antioxidant, Vitamin E reduces harmful free-radicals and protects your skin layer from sun-damage. Vitamin E antioxidant also enhances the skin’s ability to use and retain water.
 
Fatty Acids
Fatty acids make your skin plump; rendering it the ability to re-form after it is stretched for a while.
 
Linoleic and Oleic Acid
Linoleic and Oleic Acid are known for their anti-inflammatory properties as well as their ability to heal the skin.
 
Antioxidants
Antioxidants are the warriors of the body that protect your skin from sun-damage, chemicals, pollution and free radicals.
 
Polyphenols
Polyphenols are the best defense against aging from sun-damage and ultraviolet rays. Polyphenols are also anti-inflammatories that fight toxins.
 
Squalene Oil
Working similarly as olive Oil, Squalene Oil is a natural moisturizer that is also an excellent healer. It is good for people suffering from skin cancer.
 
Frankincense Oil
This Oil has fantastic astringent properties. It is right for your skin cancer treatment as it rejuvenates and balances by far the oiliest of the skins. This Oil is known to blend well with many other Essential Oils like Sandalwood and Lavender. Apply the Frankincense Oil mix over the impacted area for three days and repeat the cycle after every 72 hours. This will help you treat the skin cancer. You have to be patient for top level results. That’s the only thing.
 
Lemon Oil
Lemon Oil works as an anti-neuralgic and antiseptic. In addition it is also a well-known laxative and astringent. This Oil is especially beneficial when it comes to killing the cancer cells, making it one of the finest and guaranteed natural remedies to manage skin cancer. Blend 5 drops of Lemon Oil together with Frankincense or Sandalwood Oil and use it under your feet. This can help you feel relaxed. You can also dilute this Oil with water and consume it orally in food dose amounts.
 
Rosehip Oil
Rosehip Oil is recognized for its relaxing, cooling and tonic properties. It improves the feeling of overall well-being. The antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties of Rosehip Oil are of help in the treatment of conditions like skin cancer. Rosehip Oil can minimize the harmful effects of UV lights and stimulate the production of melanin in the skin.

 

How To Use Essential Oils For The Treatment Of Skin Cancer?

Here are few things to remember when using Essential Oils for the treatment of skin cancer:
Keep the massage light, and never do deep massage over the muscles and areas near the lymph glands.
Avoid massaging areas that were irradiated.
 

Best Essential Oil Recipe For Relief In Skin Cancer

Research has indicated that skin cancer spots were diminished by the use of the following Essential Oil recipe:
Apply 2 -3 drops of neat Frankincense Oil (without dilution) topically over the impacted areas two to three times daily.
Supplement this with 3 drops of Frankincense Oil, which is to be used directly under the tongue daily. You can also use four drops in a capsule.
Helichrysum Oil could be applied topically to stop scarring as the impacted area heals.
 

What Are The Oils You Should Avoid Using In The Treatment Of Skin Cancer?

Various health writers have compiled lists of Oils you should stay away from if you are suffering from skin cancer. Here are some of them:
 
Star Anise
Nutmeg
Laurel
Ho leaf
Fennel
Cinnamon
Clove
Bay
Basil
Aniseed
 

Some Pros And Cons Of Using Essential Oils For The Treatment Of Skin Cancer:

Pros:
Essential Oils are a healthy alternative to chemotherapy, which is highly invasive. If the Oil you are using is pure and you are not at the last stage of skin cancer, then you are sure to benefit.
The holistic approach and the aroma keeps you motivated throughout the course of treatment.
Cons:
Some Essential Oils may affect your condition of skin cancer negatively. So, stay away from such Oils. Please refer to the above list.
Few Essential Oils are not meant for those with sensitive skin. Always do a patch test before incorporating an Essential Oil into your everyday routine.
If this all has your attention, and you’re enthusiastic about using Essential Oils for treatment of conditions like skin cancer, know this: you want Essential Oils in their purest forms.
While there is no denial that better research needs to be done on essential oils in dealing with warts, using them is often one of the best ways to get started with the treatment of skin ailments like warts.
 
Warts are irritating! Apart from being the trademark look for film witches, warts have plagued humans for literally centuries upon centuries.
Shakespeare was fond of vividly describing them in his works! Heck, evidence of warts has even been found on mummies that are over 3000 years old (yeesh, talk about a malignant wart).
 
But while warts aren’t all that dangerous, they’re definitely unsightly (and embarrassing!), they grow, they spread out, they drive you nuts and they are contagious unlike other skin conditions such as eczema, rosacea, psoriasis or seborrheic dermatitis, which are not. And, since they are caused due to a virus, they generally do not respond well to medication.
 
In this segment, we’ll look at what these mythical growths are and if there’s anything we can do about them. Spoiler alert – of course there is.
 
A wart is a small, rough, hard, harmless growth on the skin caused by the human papillomavirus. They can occur as one wart or a group of them concentrated in one place. Typically, they’re found on the hands and feet, but they’ve been known to occur in other areas as well.
 
These noncancerous growths are similar in color to the rest of your skin, but the appearance can differ based on where the wart is located or what type it is.
 
Except for one or two types, warts are generally not painful nor do they come with other symptoms. Warts are extremely common with reports showing that most people will get infected at one point or another. Infection is more common in young people however, i.e. about 1 in 3 children and teenagers tend to have warts, most likely due to their “weaker” immune system.
 

What Causes Warts?

Contrary to popular belief, touching a frog or any other reptile will not give you warts!
Warts are caused by the HPV or human papillovirus. To date, there are over 130 genetically different strains of HPVs. However, each type is only able to infect a couple specific areas of your body.
 
The most common means of contagion is by direct contact with an infected person. Although you may also be at risk of acquiring recently shed HPV in warm, moist environments such as public showers, locker rooms, pools, amongst others. The virus seeks out recent skin injury sites and could incubate for between one to eight months. 
 

Symptoms of Warts

Warts come with very few symptoms. Apart from physically seeing the warts, most people can go about their lives without even realizing they have these small growths. You’ll be able to spot small, hard, rough growths as the fist symptom.
 
For warts under the feet, some pain and discomfort should remind you of their presence. I think it would be if we looked at the individual characteristics of different types of warts instead.
 

Types of Warts

There are six major types of warts – you can see images of each here; each with a distinct appearance and found on a different location.
 
1) Common Warts
These small, rough, flesh colored growths are mostly found on the fingers, back of hands and toes. The size caries from a tiny pinhead all the way to a pea with a rough, grainy appearance and rounded top. Typically, common warts show up where skin was broken from i.e. biting fingernails.
 
2) Plantar Warts
If it feels like you’ve got pebbles in your shoe, it just might be plantar warts. These are typically found under the soles of the feet as the name plantar suggests. Unlike other warts, plantar warts grow into your skin as a result of the pressure from walking and standing. They’re often mistaken for calluses since they’re tough, thick, and flat. But they can be identified by black dots on the surface.
 
3) Flat Warts
Flat warts are brownish flat top growths that appear on the face, arms and thighs. While flat warts have an upside in that they’re smaller and smoother, the downside is that they appear in overwhelming numbers of up to 100.
 
4) Filiform Warts
Filiform warts are thread like, spiky, flaps or tags of skin. Since they grow all around the mouth, nose, eyes, and rest of the face, they can be very annoying and embarrassing.
 
5) Genital Warts
These are small, scattered or clustered skin colored bumps that resemble tiny cauliflowers on your genitalia. You get genital warts by having sex with a person who also has them. These warts can be very hard to treat.
 
6) Periungual Warts
Periungual warts are among the most painful types of warts. They resemble common warts but instead grow under the toenails and fingernails. Not only do they cause discomfort, but the warts affect nail growth as well.
 

Worried About Your Warts?

Are warts dangerous?
In one word – No. Warts are not dangerous at all.
 
However, they are so incredibly contagious that you don’t even need to have direct contact to get infected. You could be walking around a swimming pool and bam – plantar warts all over your feet.
 
Genital warts are also quite serious due to the social and emotional impact they have. So while most warts are benign and generally not dangerous in the sense that they’re not life threatening, they can definitely cause pain, discomfort, and a lot of frustration.
 

When to see your doctor

Since we already mentioned Shakespeare, might as well ask – to treat, or not to treat? That is the question.
 
We already know that majority of warts are harmless and don’t require special attention. But what about those that aren’t harmless? What about those that cause daily pain and embarrassment?
 
Sometimes, waiting for a wart to go away on its own can backfire. It might get bigger, manifest into more warts, or you might even infect your friends and family. Here are some instances where seeking medical advice is imperative:
 
If you have warts on the face, nose, or sensitive body parts that are causing embarrassment
If the wart is painful or starts changing shape and color
If the wart starts bleeding after just a slight bump
If you have any genital warts that could interfere with your sex life
 

How To Prevent Warts

There are several different ways to prevent wart infection. But first and foremost, the most important thing is preventing the spread to others. If you have warts, remember that they are very contagious. So it’s up to you to make sure that they don’t spread to other people or other parts of your body.
 
Ensure you wash your hands at all times whether you have warts or not. Make sure you keep all warts bandaged if possible and don’t pick at them. And when in public showers, locker rooms or pools wear flip flops or shoes to prevent contact. Also, don’t share your personal hygiene products such as towels with anyone.
 

Facts About Warts

The two images below show 15 facts about warts:

 

What Are The Best Essential Oils To Use For The Treatment Of Warts?

While there are hundreds of essential oils available for different kinds of ailments, only a few of them can help you eliminate warts. The five most popular essential oils used for the treatment of warts include Tea Tree, Oregano, Lemon, Thyme and Eucalyptus.
 
Studies have revealed that these oils can substantially help in preventing the growth of warts, and in many cases, the warts never come back again. Keeping that in mind, here is what you should know before using these oils for the removal of warts.

 

List Of 11 Essential Oils That Will Get Rid Of Warts Naturally

Essential oils have been proven to be very effective against various skin diseases, including warts. The best 11 essential oils for getting rid of warts include:
 
1. Oregano
Oregano essential oil is hands down the fastest acting and most effective natural remedy against warts. In addition to its powerful antimicrobial properties, Oregano contains a compound called carvacrol which is responsible for the quick-acting antiviral effect that kills the HPV virus.
 
Word of caution: Oregano EO is among the harshest hot oils out there. This means it creates a burning sensation that irritates the skin. So while you want to be careful handling it, it’s the absolute best out there to burn off those stubborn warts.
 
2. Cinnamon Bark
Here’s another spice that reigns supreme in the kitchen department. But did you know that cinnamon is rich in antimicrobial and antioxidant properties that could be exploited to treat and prevent wart infections?
 
Cinnamon EO also acts as an irritant which burns the warts clean off the skin. But be cautious and make sure you dilute it in a carrier oil properly since it is quite potent. The scent has also been credited for its aromatherapeutic and uplifting properties.
 
3. Clove
Used as a common ground kitchen spice, Clove actually has a history of being an ancient medicinal remedy for warts. This is mainly due to its unique combination of analgesic, antiseptic and antimicrobial properties. 
 
These two traits combine to make clove oil a topical remedy for warts and other skin issues. When used at the right concentration, clove EO should be able to eliminate warts and numb the skin to pain and discomfort that comes with certain types of warts.
 
4. Rosemary
Here’s another oil that is infamous in the skincare industry. If you’re dealing with skin tumors and painful warts on any part of your body, then this is one of the best oil to help deal with the situation. It works just as well even when diffused.
 
Rosemary contains its own unique combination of antioxidant, healing and pain relieving properties. So once you use some of the harsher oils to eliminate warts, Rosemary EO will be necessary to relieve the pain and accelerate the healing process.
 
5. Tea Tree
There’s no secret here; Tea Tree is already a widely used ingredient for numerous hygiene and beauty products. From skincare soaps all the way to household disinfectants, Tea Tree EO can handle it all, including dealing with warts.
 
Tea Tree EO contains potent antifungal, antiviral, and antibacterial properties that can destroy HPV. At the same time, the restorative properties of Tea Tree will help heal the skin much faster.
 
6. Eucalyptus
Although not as potent as Tea Tree and some of the other oils on this list, Eucalyptus oil can definitely be used for wart treatment. We already know about the cooling and antioxidant properties of Eucalyptus that can closely match those of peppermint.
 
Eucalyptus oil works best when used in conjunction with another essential oil such as Oregano or Tea Tree. This allows it to mitigate the burning effect of hot oils and improve circulation to the area for faster healing and recovery.
 
7. Thyme
As we already know, warts are caused by the HPV virus which can be very infectious and stubborn to treat. What’s more, the virus is always adapting making it quite drug-resistant. This is where Thyme essential oil steps in to deal with stubborn warts.
 
It is well known for its effectiveness in attacking bacteria, viruses, fungi and other harmful organisms. So if you’ve got any wart causing, drug resistant viruses living on your skin, look no further as Thyme EO may be an excellent option to deal with and prevent wart infections.
 
8. Cypress
Pressed from the leaves of the evergreen Cypress, this here essential oil has long been prized for its application in the medical industry. Many people already use it for headaches, muscle pain, infections and most importantly for us, warts.
 
This can be attributed to one complex active component that gives Cypress EO its renowned healing properties. Research actually shows that antiviral compound combats the herpes simplex 1 virus which is among the many that cause genital warts.
 
9. Frankincense
Frankincense EO has a rich history of use across numerous cultures. No traditional or religious ritual was complete without it. This could be attributed to the potent astringent, antimicrobial and healing properties that the oil contains.
 
Today, we can harness the full power of Frankincense to help eliminate and prevent warts from taking over. You can already find several antimicrobial and antimicrobial skincare and soaps infused with Frankincense oil, which makes it the best to use in public areas like the beach, gym, pool, or showers.
 
10. Lemon
By now, you’ve probably noticed that most essential oils for warts seem to lean towards the antibacterial, antiviral or antimicrobial side. Well, that’s because these are the ones which specifically target the viruses that cause warts.
 
In addition to all the above properties, Lemon EO contains unrivaled antiseptic and astringent properties that effectively kill off HPV and shrink the warts off your skin. You can use Lemon in place of Tea Tree if you have overly sensitive skin, however make sure you don’t expose the area to UV light within 8 hours of use. 
 
11. Lavender
While not really a direct treatment for warts, lavender has plenty of benefits to bring to the table. Sure, the oil does contain a bit of antiseptic and antimicrobial properties that help treat a range of skin conditions.
 
But the real gold we’re after today is the unrivalled aromatherapeutic properties that have put lavender on the map. The sweet scent of lavender alone is enough to take your mind away from the discomfort that comes with some types of warts. Diffusing the oil overnight will help ease some pain and tension to allow for healthy, natural healing.

 

How To Use Essential Oils On Warts

Using any of the above essential oils, Mother Nature’s own tonic, you can help heal and destroy in equal measure.
 
Here’s what I mean; while some essential oils have potent antiviral and irritant properties that will burn off the warts and kill off all viruses involved, others will have the opposite effect which is also great. This means that after using the stronger oils to destroy warts, you can use the healing, and rejuvenating EOs to heal the affected area much faster.
 
But like any other treatment, using essential oils to remove warts is a slow process that requires time and dedication. I won’t lie to you, the warts won’t disappear overnight. The key is patience, persistence, and having the right arsenal of essential oils.
 
It might take a few weeks or even a month for any essential oil treatment to eradicate the warts completely. However, it is likely that you will start seeing the changes within a couple of days. Let’s now look at the different methods to apply these essential oils.
 
Neat – Any essential oil used neat means that it has been used in its concentrated form without the need for a carrier oil. Of course, this is not usually recommended, even by me. But since we’re dealing with really tough, thick bits of skin, it may be necessary to use some essential oils neat to get the maximum benefit. But do a test patch before hand and also consider the risks of potential unintentional skin irritation when using EOs neat.
Diluted – You can likewise use any of the above essential oils or even a mix of two (or more) and diluting in 2 teaspoons of Apple Cider Vinegar. When using the blend topically, apply using a cotton bud straight on the wart and avoid touching the skin surrounding the wart and cover with a band-aid.
Baths – Some types of warts will respond nicely to essential oil baths, especially those located under the feet. If you have plantar warts, a regular EO salt bath will clear them fast.
Essential oil Compresses – These also work well to target warts in specific areas. Combined with hot water, the compress lets the EOs really soak into the skin.
Diffusion – While not really targeting warts, you can diffuse essential oils to help stimulate the immune system all through the night. This could help eliminate warts and prevent any future infections.
 

8 Essential Oil Recipes That Will Help You Eliminate Warts Fast

Here are a couple of homemade treatment recipes for warts that I have personally tried and tested:
 
1. Easy Recipe for Quick Relief in all Types of Warts
Ingredients:
1 tablespoon of Apple Cider Vinegar
2 drops of Cypress
4 drops of Lemon
Put the above ingredients in a clean glass bottle and mix well. Dab a cotton ball in the blend and apply directly on the wart making sure to not touch areas surrounding the wart. Follow this process two times a day until the wart disappears completely.
 
2. Special Wart Blend for Kids
Ingredients:
1 oz. (30ml) Jojoba (carrier oil)
6 drops Frankincense
8 drops of Eucalyptus
4 drops Lavender
Mix all of the above ingredients in a dark colored glass bottle and apply just one to two drops of this blend twice daily on the wart. Continue this treatment for at least 2 weeks.
 
3. Recipe for Warts on Hands and Fingers
If you’ve got warts growing on your fingers and hands, then it’s most likely just a case of common warts. And since the hands/fingers have much tougher skin, this is our chance to use some of our stronger essential oils.
 
Oregano is hands down (pun intended) one of the best essential oil for dealing with even the most stubborn wart. That’s because in addition to possessing powerful antimicrobial properties, Oregano EO is actually a hot oil.
 
This gives it an irritating component that allows it to burn off even the most stubborn warts. The addition of Tea tree and Cinnamon oils are also great for this steamer since they are loaded with a throng of antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial properties.
 
Common Wart Hot Oil Treatment
What you need:
 
3 drops Oregano EO
3 drops Tea Tree EO
2 drops Cinnamon EO
Tbsp of Coconut oil
Small glass bottle
Cotton Balls
Directions: This here’s the fastest acting remedy and most effective way to get rid of warts. But be warned, the blend is meant to have a burning effect, so be sure to dilute with more carrier oil (go with 2 or 3 tbsp) if you have sensitive skin.
 
To make use of this hot oil recipe, start by blending all the EOs is a small glass bottle. Top up with 1 tbsp of coconut oil to dilute and mix well.
 
Once the ingredients are homogeneously blended, soak some cotton balls in there for a few seconds. While they soak, apply some Vaseline on the good skin around the wart to protect it. Put the now soaked cotton balls directly on the warts and secure with a band aid. Repeat three times a day until all the warts on your hands fall off.
 
4. Recipe for Facial Warts
Out of all the different types of warts there are, none are perhaps more embarrassing than those that show up on your face.
 
I mean, our faces are the first thing people see when they look at us. Nobody wants the first impression they make to be warts, warts and more warts. For the face, the most likely culprits are either flat warts or filiform warts.
 
You’ll want an essential oil that is gentle on you face yet still effective. Frankincense has shown a lot of promise with eczema and other skin disorders, and it’s been proven that its mild anti-inflammatory properties helps with removing facial warts as well.
 
Simple EO Blend for Facial Warts
Ingredients
8 drops Frankincense EO
4 drops Lemongrass EO
2 drops Lavender EO
1 oz. Olive Oil
Directions: You’ll notice that most of the oils we used for facial warts are mild, and come with a low dilution rate of 1%. The last thing we want is to burn your face while removing warts, so feel free to alter the dilution rate by adding some more carrier oil (you may add an extra ½ oz. or so).
 
To use this recipe, blend all the oils in a small bowl and stir. Soak a small face towel and dab all the warts on your face. Make sure you get all of them. Leave the oil on your face for 2-3 hours before washing up. Repeat two times a day until the facial warts start to dry up.
 
5. Recipe for Warts on Feet
We’re talking about the warts on the top side of your feet and toes as well. Typically these are usually either common warts or a different type known as periungual warts.
 
To keep these warts from multiplying, I cooked up a recipe with Tea Tree as the main antiseptic ingredient and Manuka essential oil as a solid antiviral that will prevent the HPV virus from spreading to other areas of your feet.
 
Periungual Warts EO Blend
Ingredients
2 drops Tea Tree EO
2 drops Manuka EO
1 drop Eucalyptus EO
1 drop Lemon EO
Tbsp of Jojoba EO
Cotton Balls
Directions: This recipe will be quite similar to the one for common warts with a few key differences. One of them being the fact that this recipe will be used overnight. So mix up all the oils in a glass bottle and top up with jojoba carrier oil.
 
You can use less carrier oil (a teaspoon instead of a tablespoon) to dilute since the skin on your toes is quite tough. Soak the cotton balls in the blend you concocted and apply on all the areas with warts. Hold them in place with bandages for an all-night treatment.
 
6. Recipe for Genital Warts
If you’re mad at your partner for giving you genital warts, you’re not alone. Statistics show that there are over a million new cases of genital warts every year.
 
Fortunately, there are numerous treatments for these socially awkward warts. At the right dilution, Tea Tree oil and Thyme combine well to eliminate genital warts.
 
Genital Wart Formula
Ingredients
2 drop Tea Tree
2 drop Thyme Oil
Tbsp Coconut Oil
Petroleum Jelly
Directions: While you want to complete eradicate genital warts fast, the skin around this area is very sensitive, so make sure you’re really careful.
 
Mix the above ingredients and apply directly on the genital warts after covering the area around with petroleum jelly. Do not apply the blend internally via anus or vagina.
 
7. Recipe for Oral Warts / Wart on Tongue
For those who engage in oral sex, there’s a chance of contracting warts in the mouth and on the tongue known as oral warts.
 
This oral HPV could cause constant sore throats, trouble swallowing, hoarseness and enlarged lymph nodes. Unless you want to wait for about two years for the oral HPV to hopefully treat itself, you’ll want to try the following recipe. Tea Tree, Clove and Garlic EO work great for this one.
 
Oral Warts Anti-HPV Gargle
Ingredients
4 drops Tea Tree EO
3 drops Garlic EO
2 drops Clove EO
Glass of lukewarm water
Directions: In a glass of lukewarm water, drop in the EOs as indicated above and stir well. Take a big swig of the blend, swish around your mouth and gargle for a few minutes. Repeat 3 times everyday to speed up the healing of oral warts.
 
For an even more effective gargle, reduce the water or increase the EO dosage. Likewise, you can dilute the essential oils in 2 tbsp of coconut oil and use a Q-Tip to apply the blend directly on the wart.
 
8. Recipe for Plantar Warts
Plantar warts are generally found under the soles of your feet, are round and small in appearance with a tougher exterior that looks like a little black dot on the skin. If you’ve ever had them, then you know just how painful they can be. Plus, the hygiene conditions in your shoes leave a lot to be desired.
 
That’s why we need a potent blend that will kill HPV, eliminate warts and ease pain as well. For plantar warts, Oregano and Eucalyptus EOs are essential along with some vinegar to keep the peace in your shoes.
 
Vinegar and Oil Formula for Plantar Warts
Ingredients
3 drops Oregano EO
2 drops Eucalyptus EO
2 drops Thyme EO
Teaspoon of Apple Cider Vinegar
Tbsp of Coconut oil
Pinch of Baking Soda
Directions: This recipe is enough to make a blend that can cover both your entire heels. Take care because it’s incredibly potent. To use it, blend all the oils in a bowl and add in the coconut oil as indicated. Next, pout in the vinegar while stirring and finish up with the baking soda.
 
I use baking soda because in addition to being anti-inflammatory, it also allows the blend to stick to your soles in a thick paste. Apply this pasty blend generously every night to the warts on your soles and cover with a bandage or wear some socks to avoid staining your sheets.
 

After Treatment Recipe Once Warts Are Gone

Once a wart has been removed, it’s only natural that it leaves behind some damaged skin. To rejuvenate the skin, accelerate healing and make sure that the warts don’t come back, you’ll need an effective after treatment recipe.
 
Skin Renewing EO Blend
Ingredients:
7 drops Rosemary EO
4 drops Lavender EO
5 drops Lemon EO
3 drops Clove EO
1 oz. coconut oil
Directions: This gentle blend will replenish and rejuvenate the skin after a harsh wart burning session. The Rosemary and Lavender improves circulation to the affected area and promote healing while the Lemon and Clove ensure the HPV virus does not take root again.

Essential Oil for Wrinkle Removal

Essential Oils are an excellent choice for those seeking an anti-aging treatment that truly works, is something frugal and smells good. Concoctions present over the counter are really expensive and, in terms of side effects, do as much harm internally as they benefit externally. While some Essential Oils tend to be more efficient at treating wrinkles around the eyes than the others, plant Oils help with keeping the skin moist. Essential Oils can deliver nutrients to the skin without clogging the pores, which is one of the primary benefits of using Essential Oils for dealing with wrinkles around the eyes.
 

What Are The Best Essential Oils For Wrinkles Around The Eyes?

Sandalwood Oil
Sandalwood softens the dried-out skin and can be used as a moisturizing agent to eliminate the fine lines and wrinkles present around the eyes. The herb also promotes the development of fresh skin cells. Loaded with sesquiterpene compounds, this Oil increases the blood circulation and offers a smoother look to the skin.
 
Myrrh Oil
Myrrh is an anti-fungal and antibacterial Oil that you can use as a massage Oil or topically to smooth out the wrinkles present around the eyes. Antibacterials are powerful antioxidants that assist in repairing skin cell damage brought on by the free radicals. The molecules referred to as free radicals cause chemical reactions, which break up collagen as well as other proteins within the skin. Unfortunately, free radical damage is the major cause for the formation of wrinkles around the eyes.
 
Neroli Oil
Women often use neroli to manage the wrinkles present around the eyes. The moisturizing results of Neroli help to improve the elasticity in skin.
 
Clary Sage Oil
Clary sage Essential Oil is an important Oil used to take out fines lines and wrinkles present around the eyes, especially when used with skin moisturizers. Being both an antibacterial and an antiseptic, Clary Sage Oil helps with balancing sebum production that helps to tighten pores. Closing the open pores improves skin tone and texture. Firmer skin offers a smoother appearance, making wrinkles on face less apparent.
 
Geranium
Geranium has been used as an ingredient in fine cosmetics since long. You can use it on Oily, dry or even the sensitive skin. Geranium helps to increase skin elasticity and blood circulation. When used with massage Oil, Geranium Oil acts to reduce the sagging of the skin present around the eyes by helping the skin retain its moisture.
 
Grape Seed Oil
Antioxidant properties of the grape Seed Oil help in fighting the toxins. A category of flavonoids from grape seeds called proanthocyanidins bind to the collagen, helping repair the harm caused to the skin by the toxins. The Oil is very effective for reducing wrinkles around the eye region. Grape Seed Oil is likewise naturally abundant in Vitamin E, which may slow down the process of aging. Vitamin E protects the body against toxins, which may damage the cells.
 

What Are The Best Essential Oils Recipes for Wrinkles Around The Eyes?

Recipe 1- Cypress Firming and Anti-Aging Serum Recipe
6 drops of Frankincense Essential Oil
9 drops of Geranium Essential Oil
9 drops of Cypress Essential Oil
3 tbsp Sweet Almond Oil
3 tbsp Rosehip Seed Oil
Mix all ingredients in a 2-ounce glass bottle. This serum can be used in night and morning. I prefer using this serum during the night. Just like all serums, less is more. It takes only a little amount of serum to cover the entire area around the eyes. You are going to feel quite greasy if you use the serum in excessive amounts! This sweet and short recipe can moisturize and firm your skin as well as tone it. This is a highly popular anti-aging serum that I’m sure you will love!
 
Recipe 2- Essential Oil Eye Serum:
Dilute 2 drops of Lemon Oil or Lavender Oil to one tsp of pure Vitamin E Oil and a tablespoon of Almond Oil. Pat a thin layer underneath the eyes. This will help reduce wrinkles and dark circles present around the eyes. Make sure that the solution doesn’t get into the eyes. In addition, do a patch test to check for any pre-existing allergies.
 
Recipe 3- Best serum recipe for eliminating wrinkles under the eyes:
The following is my favorite of all the recipes I have known until now. This is a very potent recipe that can smooth the skin, stimulate collagen production and cell growth and exfoliate the skin.
Ingredients:
6 drops Borage Oil
9 drops Rose hip Seed Oil
2 drops Avocado Oil
4 drops Carrot Seed Oil
3 drops of either Frankincense or Fennel Oil. (Can use Frankincense only).
7 tablespoons Wheat Germ Oil (or Almond Oil)
Wheatgerm Oil increases the production of collagen and is known to fix your DNA. Carrot Seed Oil contains ascorbic acid, which is known to render great anti-aging effects. Other Oils present in the recipe stimulate cell renewal and collagen production.
Instructions: Blend these Oils together well. Store in a glass dropper bottle and keep away from sunshine. Apply two times a day for 10 days and after that, apply only once every two days. A mix of this kind can last a long time and you just require a small amount to apply around the impacted areas. If applied daily over the period of 10 days, a noticeable difference can be seen with wrinkles and fine lines going away.
 
Recipe 4- Face mask recipe that helps in cell regrowth
Ingredients:
3 drops of any of these Essential Oils: Rosemary, Frankincense, Tea Tree, Lavender, Calendula and Carrot Seed Oil.
3 tablespoons of natural green clay
Directions: Add enough water to create a paste and apply evenly on the impacted areas under the eyes. Leave for thirty minutes after which rinse with cool water, repeating 2-3 times weekly.
 
Recipe 5- Age reversing Face Serum Recipe
Ingredients:
3 tbsp Olive Oil
9 drops of any of the following Essential Oils: Myrrh, Carrot, Geranium, Frankincense, Rose, Fennel, Lavender and Patchouli.
Directions: Massage a little amount of blend on the impacted areas around the eyes at night-time.
 
Recipe 6- Anti-aging Wrinkle Face Serum Recipe
Ingredients:
3 drops Jasmine Essential Oil
6 drops of Primrose Oil
3 drops Frankincense Essential Oil
9 drops Carrot Seed Oil
3 teaspoons Rose Hips Seed Oil
3 teaspoons Hazelnut Oil
2 tablespoon Avocado Oil
Directions: Combine all the ingredients in a dark bottle that has a dropper attached. Shake for a couple of minutes. Only use 1 or 2 drops of serum for the eyes, not more than that.

 

Some Pros And Cons Of Using Essential Oils For The Treatment Of Wrinkles Present Around The Eyes:

Pros:
Unlike medicines and artificial gels available over the counter, using Essential Oils is an all-natural and healthy approach to the treatment of skin conditions like wrinkles.
Apart from offering wonderful anti-wrinkle benefits, the aroma of Essential Oils keeps you fresh throughout the day.
Cons:
Some Essential Oils might react with the skin and cause undesirable effects, especially when used close to sensitive areas like the eyes.
Essential Oils are just the right choice for getting rid of wrinkles under the eyes. Incorporate them directly into your daily skin care regimen and you will see the wrinkles as well as other signs of aging going away. They smell great, feel great and work all night long!
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