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Acne Treatments – Acne Home Remedies – Essential Oils to Treat Acne - Miracle Acne Cure

Updated on February 14, 2015

Acne Treatments

Skin and acne eruptions happen because there are overproduction of oil in you body’s sebaceous glands. If you are a victim of acne and skin eruption, then you have at least one of the following:

1. You are having a poor diet

2. You are lacking enough exercises

3. You are having stress

4. You have anxiety

5. You have hormonal fluctuations which are brought on by puberty, women periods or menopause.

Any of the five mentioned factors will aggravate your acne and skin eruptions. Any of these factors will result in excess sebum building up in hair follicles and oily areas around the nose and chin.

A solution of 3% Hydrogen peroxide is a Home Remedy which is a Miracle Acne Cure
A solution of 3% Hydrogen peroxide is a Home Remedy which is a Miracle Acne Cure

Acne Home Remedies

Hydrogen Peroxide is a Home Remedy which is a Miracle Acne Cure. To cure acne using hydrogen peroxide, make a solution of 3% Hydrogen peroxide and apply to the affected areas of your body. Hydrogen peroxide will clear acne by killing the bacteria on the skin that causes acne.

Essential Oils to Treat Acne

Another method of treating acne is to use essential oils. Essential oils are particularly effective on acne skin problems because they are anti-bacterial, antiseptic, healing and they also soothe the mental stresses which can make acne worse.

The best essential oils for acne cure are:

All these oils have antiseptic, healing and oil regulating properties. They also contain chamomile and petitgrain for boils and inflammation. In addition they contain patchouli and lemongrass for cleansing.

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    • kellysgirl profile image

      Mrs Campbell 

      7 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      Liv this is great stuff. Currently I suffer from acne that tends to appear in the same spot every month during those times of the month. I have been using Proactive for a couple of years now and I have to say, it has worked wonders for my skin. However, after the acne is gone it can be a little harsh and stingy. I have not tried any of these natural remedies but I will. This is the first time I have ever read about these particular oils being used for acne. Thanks.

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      7 years ago

      Wolvie --Just saw your question about essential oils and stress. There are two answers: 1. If you smell something bright and sunny it can lower your stress levels. The second answer is that it is thought the chemical makeup of essential oils can pierce the blood brain barrier and reach the limbic system. The limbic system is the oldest part of the brain and it is responsible for our feelings, emotions, fight or flight and houses the pituitary gland. The chemcials in the aromas can send messages to the brain to calm down. As far as acne for those who asked you can mix 3 drops of geranium and one drop of tea tree oil and dab directly onto a pimple. Use clean hands or applicator. You can also make a simple toner of distilled water, 2 ounces add 8 drops of lemon essential oil, 5 drops of tea tree 6 drops of geranium and 11 drops of lavender and mist your face as needed. Lemon essential oils can be highly phototoxic, so be sure use sunscreen

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      Acne Treatment 

      8 years ago

      Hi, I wish to share a few tips to cure acne naturally...Please do have a look on it!

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      Home Remedies 

      9 years ago

      Since most everybody don't know that there home remedies for thinning hair that can be used at home, at any time.

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      9 years ago

      Thank you for this informations

      also , i found the eBook Free "Acnemixes"


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      9 years ago

      Nice contents.

      You can prevent acne very easily. Also you can cure acne easily if you are educated about acne. Touching your skin with unwashed hands is one of the simplest ways to transfer oil, germs and bacteria. Learn to keep your hands away from your face. Alter your pillowcases every other day and on odd days flip the pillow over to give your head a clean surface to rest on.

      Oils accumulate on the fabric as you sleep, rubbing against your skin for hours. A steam bath at least once a week would be great to cure your acne. This site is great to know details about acne:

    • Vizey profile image


      9 years ago

      thanks for tips. I think that good skin is directly related to good digestion. If your digestion and diet is good , You are less likely to suffer from this problem.

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      9 years ago from Canada

      Can you explain to me how essential oils help with stress?

    • Shubhadevi profile image


      9 years ago

      You have done a great job. You have not only given the cure for acne but also the causes. Thanks for the information.

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      9 years ago

      Thanks, for the info. I am going to try those essential oils. I only suffer acne now once a month and that is two pimples at most. When I was a teen, I tried everything to get rid of my zits. I had them bad. I used bleach, peroxide, alcohol, even tooth paste, lol, tooth paste worked good actually, and it was one less step brush and dab, lol. I do suffer from over active oil glands. It never took me long to get a dark tan in the summer, but oh my zits galore.

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      9 years ago from India

      Thanks for sharing this info.

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      Pankaj Pathak 

      9 years ago from Delhi


      Thanks for answering the question.

      But do u think you can keep your daughter/son away from using this gadges if she/he wishes to use it...My purpose of asking this questions is just to know if it would help children get away from sexually-transmitted diseases, like HIV, etc...Nobody can stop them doing such activity if they wish to.....


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