I was desperately looking for a pimple solution, and I finally found one. It contains just a few ingredients, and has proven its effectiveness time and time again. In this post, I’ve briefly overviewed the ingredients and how I use this acne spot roller.
Just a few simple ingredients come together for this acne spot treatment.
Witch hazel is well known for use as a facial toner and acne treatment. It dries otu the rest of the face, but if I use it on a localized, inflamed area, it’s absolutely perfect.
Personally, I use lavender, frankincense, tea tree, and lemongrass oils for their antibacterial and antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. All of these things are ideal for pimple rectification. However, other essential oils can be used based on individual needs.
How to use the acne spot roller
This is the easiest acne treatment to use. Putting the liquid in the roller makes it easy to target a specific area. I use it two or three times a day, right after I wash my face. It doesn’t have to necessarily be put in a roller, but I had one on hand. The roller makes it extremely easy to apply.
So, that’s my acne spot treatment! It has really worked well for me, and I am very pleased to have this in by beauty arsenal.
Do you have an acne spot treatment? What ingredients are in it? Let me know in the comments!
- 1 oz. witch hazel
- 2 drops each: frankincense, lavender, and tea tree oil
- 1 drop lemongrass
- Mix everything in roller bottle. Shake before each use.
Dab on pimples and pimples that are forming twice a day on a clean face.