Tips for Healing Acne Naturally

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  1. Britney says:

    I use coconut oil for everything but I never even considered putting on my face! I use the Thayer’s Witch Hazel and it’s wonderful. I use the one that has aloe in it and I find that it works really well. I’m looking for something different for my face–might have to give this routine a try!

    Thanks! 🙂

    • I always thought my face would feel greasy if I washed with coconut oil, but I was surprised that it feels super clean and not greasy at all! I love using the witch hazel as a toner because it works really well, but doesn’t burn your skin or over-dry it. Give it a try and see how it works 🙂

  2. My skin does not agree with the air pollution in Los Angeles. And I hate medicated cosmetics. I’ve made a natural, noncomedogenic moisturizer (developing an entire line for market, but I can send you a sample; just email me), but hadn’t come up with a cleanser. Will try your concoction. Fingers crossed. =D

  3. Michele M. says:

    Thanks for the information. I have used tea tree for lots of things, but never thought to put it directly on blemishes. I’ve used coconut oil as a moisturizer, but I like argan oil better. Also, if I “oil cleanse” at bedtime, I don’t really need a moisturizer in the morning.

  4. I am going to have to get two of my kids to give this a try. Have you ever tried the “clear skin” vitamins out there. I am just curious if they work at all either.

    • I’ve never tried them before, but I’m sure eating healthy, taking vitamins, and the amount of exercise you get are all factors of healthy skin. I have read that acne can also be a way that you release toxins from the body.

  5. Jennifer says:

    This is interesting to me and something that I think Im going to try. I’ve had acne for the past 32 years. I had heard that lavender oil helps acne, but that is as far as I took it. The tea tree oil makes more sense to me, and the coconut oil doesn’t surprise me since I know it is the most amazing thing ever. Thanks for sharing, I will be trying this!

    • You’re welcome! I have heard that lavender oil does help with acne, but I have never tried it. Bentonite clay is great to use as a face mask 1-2 times a week in addition to the routine if you are still having acne issues. I have used it a few times but found that I really didn’t need it anymore once my skin adjusted to the natural routine. I really hope it works for you!

  6. Lillian says:

    Greetings! Very useful advice in this particular post!
    It’s the little changes that make the biggest changes.

    Many thanks for sharing!

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