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Treatment of Acne Scars using Natural Oils

Updated on July 25, 2016
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Introduction

How does one look like when the skin is bumpy and rough? The ordeal of having a rough skin due to acne presents the biggest self-esteem challenge as many myths surround the growth and development of acne. Tamanu is a tropical tree which grows fruit that look like similar an apple, and inside those fruits are seeds. Within the seeds, there is this supernatural tamanu oil. The Tamanu oil offers the best treatment all-over the world. And apparently certain people consider it’s the bomb dignity medicine for the treatment of the acne and acne scars.

The tropical Tamanu tree

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Here are some of the methods ensuring a smooth skin tone.

They are among the best acne scar treatments

They include the following;

i. Glycolic foaming cleaner.

ii. Glycolic acid toner-brightens sensitive, dry skin

iii. Whitening mask-gentle thus ideal for acne erupted skin

iv. Drying cream-covers pimples and sooth them. It is not irritating when used.

v. Neither healing and soothing mask-sooth and facilitates healing. It has the anti-inflammatory properties. Doesn't dries nor harden.

vi. Sun care-reduces exposure to harsh UV rays

The end-look

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Tamanu oil for acne

It was obtained originally from Vanuatu, South Pacific. It's derived from the kernels of tamanu tree cured for42-56days.Has the property of enabling the formation of new cell tissue, therefore, hastening the healing of wounds and subsequent regeneration of skin. Moreso it has ant-inflammatory, anti-neuralgic, antibiotic and detoxification properties.

How to use Tamanu oil

Tamanu is effective to use straight away or direct on the skin as a spot treatment. One can also use it direct or straight on scars, wounds, and scabs to reduce scarring and the healing time. When applying, be keen to use as little as possible! Apply just little required to easily soak in and allow light dehydration of the skin.

You don’t need to drown the skin with much oil. Therefore just a few drops, is sufficient to gently massage in be it a dry or wet skin. Tamanu oil reduces scarring, protects skin against inflammation and burning of the sunburn, increase microcirculation, anti-aging and ant wrinkle properties and doesn’t irritate the skin.

Tamanu oil review

A Catholic nun first used it to relieve pain in the leprous neuritis. After a decade French scientists applied it in the treatment of skin conditions e.g. limb ulcers. Mode of action is based on the components which include calophyllic acid that is used to build up new skin, lactone, calophylloide and coumarins.

Benefits of Tanamu Oil

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Other treatment oils/acids

  1. Argan oil

Argan oil, a naturally occurring product extracted from the kernels of the Argania Spinosa twigs is rich in essential fatty acids and antioxidants like the vitamin; argan oil is mostly sold as an anti-aging aid. Moreso, use of Argan oil is said to cure certain health implications.

Argan oil is believed to be an original treatment for dry hair, separating hair, and scalp- related hair problems for instance dry scalp and dandruff.

Pure organic and Argan oil

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Benefits of argan oil

Argan oil has numerous benefits including unexploited ones in the body system. They include; effects on

Ü Hair- it moisturizes hair and adds gloss.

Ü scalp -it helps moisturize the scalp

Ü Body used to moisturize the body

Ü Helps prevent nails and hand cuticles from peeling off.

Argan oil reviews

It's currently one of the most demanded skin care product thus manufacturers are embarrassing its use for skin and scalp products. The minute quantities required and thus the small amount of cash to get the products makes it an even better choice. Moreover, Argan oil can be used for who body thus it comes handy as a one stop for virtually all patients.

Bottled pure Argan Oil

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2. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is also good for the acne treatment. It has been established that Aloe Vera has the anti-bacterial properties, helps in pain inhibition; it’s a coagulation agent, an astringent that reduces scarring and stimulates the growth of cells.

Aloe Vera for wrinkles-It increases skin vitality when the aloe juice is drunk

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3. Pantothenic acid

It’s an essential vitamin supplement whose source may be plants or animals. Purified and sold commercially as D-pantothenic acid or dexpanthenol a calcium pantothenate. Used to treat itchy skins, insect bites, poison ivy, stings, acne, etc

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Conclusion

The above mentioned demonstrate the ability to cure and prevent reoccurrence of acne. As long as the methods used are as described the results are guaranteed so why not be part of the good news. No hard work less side effects if any and you are good to go live with no acne when argan oil is available.

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