Melaleuca Oil = Pimple Banisher!

Product obsession: doTERRA Melaleuca Oil – for pimple spot treatment!

I tend to break out once a month and when I do I use the Beautycounter Purifying Charcoal Mask as a spot treatment at night (which is amazing), but I needed something I could use during the day that was clear. Pretty much everything marketed to zap zits contains terribly harmful ingredients, so I was at a loss .. until now!

I have been using doTERRA’s melaleuca (tea tree) oil for three months now as spot treatment and my obsession is for real. I cannot believe it took me 35 years to find this solution! I put it on a bunch (maybe five times a day?) by applying it directly onto the affected area the moment I feel something brewing under my skin and it not only speeds up the process, but it minimizes the pimple to the point of it no longer being an issue. Even better – it makes the pimple manageable without completely drying out the surrounding skin. Once its nearly gone I start putting lavender oil on it to make sure there is zero dryness. It is honestly a miracle in a bottle!

I apply it “neat”, which means I do not cut it with a carrier oil and instead I just put it on my skin directly, but if you have sensitive skin I would recommend diluting it with a carrier like Fractionated Coconut Oil. If you are not into mixing roller bottles yourself you can purchase the pre-made roller from doTERRA from their “Touch” line.

To learn more or order please contact me and I will put you in touch with my Wellness Advocate, Vanessa Granata. Since you are putting this directly on your skin it is of the utmost importance that you buy from a reputable brand like doTERRA because this industry is highly unregulated and the words “pure” on your grocery store oil display mean absolutely nothing and you do not want to buy oils that are not up to snuff as it can be either dangerous or simply ineffective.

Is anyone already doing this? Why did I not know about this!?! It is a life changing type thing! What other solutions have you found using oils?

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