DIY Acne Fighting Face Wash, do-it-yourself with PURELY essential oils, DIY recipe, local honey, Claire Acne Solution Blend

DIY Recipes: Acne Fighting Face Wash


Are you fighting acne? Do you want a natural way to control the blemishes that pop up while nurturing the health of your skin? Then you should probably be checking out our Claire™ Skin Cleansing Line that provides a simple, three-step system to clear skin. But we understand, sometimes you just like to do things yourself and make something special. Consider trying one of these three recipes to replace your chemical-heavy face wash with a natural, non-toxic alternative.

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Purely Presents: Grace


There are many ways to use essential oils to pamper yourself. One of our awesome blends is Grace, the Anti-Aging blend. Known to help reduce the aging of skin; reduce the appearance of fine lines, spots and wrinkles; and help reduce stretch marks, Grace is for all skin types.

Ingredients

Grace is a beautiful blend of the following:

Lavender – healing effects for the skin

Geranium – anti-inflammatory; keeps skin smooth

Sandalwood – soothing

Helichrysum – soothes dermal inflammation

Frankincense – promotes radiant-looking, youthful skin; decelerates symptoms of aging by reducing skin imperfections

Carrot Seed – revitalizes, tones, and nourishes the skin

Rose Hip Seed – high in Vitamins A, E, and C; optimizes healthy regeneration of skin cells; softens and smooths scar tissue

Uses

Grace is often used with a carrier on the face to help moisturize.

Many who use Grace simply add it to Immerse on a daily basis as their moisturizer.

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Not all essential oils are appropriate at all times. Be sure to reference our guidelines below:

Essential Oils Safety Guidelines by Age

Purely Oils & Blends to Avoid while Pregnant and Nursing

Essential Oil Dilution Chart

You must not rely on the information on this website as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.