Acne is a skin condition, generally of the face, commonly found in adolescent and young adults.  Acne is characterized by irritating blemishes on the skin.  Most commonly acne is found on the oil-producing parts of the body such as the face, chest, back, upper arms, and back of neck.  Acne is a blockage of a skin pore by dead skin cells, tiny hairs, and oil secreted by the sebaceous glands located near the hair follicles in the face, neck, and back.

Recommendation:

Topical Blend, Melaleuca, Juniper Berry

Rub on affected areas of the skin, or combine several drops with 1 oz. (30 ml) of water, and mist on face with a misting spray bottle.

Simple Solutions:

Add 2 drops melaleuca to 1 cup (250 ml) warm water, and use water to gently wash face once a day.

The information on this page is from the book Modern Essentials: A
Contemporary Guide to the Therapeutic Use of Essential Oils
, published
by AromaTools®. Please refer to Modern Essentials for additional
information, research, and usage suggestions.

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