Jojoba and Tea Tree Natural Face Mask for Pimples

Fukien Tea Tree flowerSo, you have pimples and want to get rid of them. Welcome to the ranks of millions who suffer from acne. There is no miracle cure for this skin condition, but there is a way to treat pimples — great skin care! This means not only cleansing, toning, and using powerful facials such as the jojoba and tea tree natural face mask for pimples, but it also means eating lots of natural whole foods and drinking lots of water.

Try this antiseptic, oil-balancing face mask two to three times a week until pimples have cleared up, drink plenty of fresh juices, water, herbal and green tea, and then seriously take a look at your acne problems. You may realize that you have more control over your complexion than you thought.

Anything with tea tree is great for treating acne. Tea tree is a natural antiseptic, destroying bacteria and keeping the skin clean. It is powerful, so use less than this face mask recipe calls for if it irritates the skin.

Jojoba oil is a great natural remedy for pimples. It is technically a wax ester, not an oil, and it has a similar composition to sebum, the skin's own oil. Putting it on the skin can help to balance an oily complexion. It also reduces the inflammation that comes with acne and of course keeps the skin soft and moisturized.

To make this natural face mask for pimples, you will need:

  • 2 tablespoons of jojoba oil
  • 2 tablespoons of raw honey
  • 4 drops of tea tree essential oil

Stir all ingredients in a bowl, adding the tea tree last. Wash the face and dry. Apply this pimple-eliminating face mask. Leave it on for ten minutes and then rinse the face clean.

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While I love my skin, I am not actually a dermatologist or a medical professional. The information on this site is not meant to treat or diagnose any health issues.