Stretch marks are known as visible lines that appear on the skin surface with a unique color hue. They are mostly found in the abdominal walls, but in most cases, they also occur on the upper arms, thighs, breasts and buttocks. Due to their nature, they make people look ugly as the marks on the skin surface affect the life of many people negatively. The main causes of these stretch marks is usually associated with many factors such as weight gain, weight loss, pregnancy, heredity factors, and other changes in physical appearance. There are perfect ways of getting rid of such stretch marks naturally. We take this as the best opportunity to inform and educate you on these simple natural ways.

1. Use products that are high in glycolic acid

One of the perfect ways to deal with stretch marks is to be very careful of the kind of products you are applying on your skin. Glycolic acid when applied on stretch marks causes the skin to become more elastic. Products with glycolic acid are believed to offer the skin multiple alpha types of hydroxyl acids. This is a type of fruit acid normally used in a chemical skin peel. This is very effective in speeding up the process of healing the skin with no side-effects. It can be applied at home or in a dermatologist’s clinic.

2. Honey and Lemon juice

Lemon juice contains vitamin C and citric acid making it a natural bleaching agent. Honey contains sugar and good moisture. The acid present in lemon juice serves as a good treatment for stretch marks, scars, acne as well as other skin problems. Take a mixture of lemon juice and honey, rub it directly on the affected area. Massage it gently for 5 to 10 minutes so that the skin absorb it completely. Then clean the treated spot with warm water. Repeat this process 3 to 4 time’s daily. You should start noticing a great result in 2 to 3 weeks.

3. Improve on your vitamin C intake

Vitamin C enhances the production of collagen making it a great substance for treating stretch marks. You can start by applying moisturizers which contain high doses of vitamin C. This can be a good method to help you get rid of the stretch marks. The procedure is managed by applying the product three times a day. Alternatively there are other Vitamin C products that can be taken as oral drugs to aid in healing and improving the looks of your skin.

4. Consider using wheat germ oil

This is a great product that is normally used to fight stretch marks. Apply few drops of wheat germ oil to the affected skin using disposable cottons. It is advisable to add olive oil to reduce its strength. Rub it on the marks and allow it to dry. For best possible result, you have to repeat this process three times in a day. This will give a perfect healing to your skin because it is rich in minerals, vitamins E and protein.

5. Using the Aloe Vera gel

This is a powerful product that is used to treat several skin conditions such as burns, wounds and at the same time can be used to treat ugly stretch marks. It has powerful ingredients that are known to simply replenish the skin and ensure you receive the best soothing feeling. You can get a perfect result by using it according to the instructions. Rub aloe Vera gel on the affected skin area, leave it on for 15 minutes and then rinse the skin with clean water. This way you will ultimately get that perfect and smooth tender skin.

6. Castor Oil

Castor oil is generally used in the treatment of skin problems such as wrinkles, age spots, dark spots, and pimples. It can also be used to get rid of stretch marks. The procedure is to apply some castor oil to the stretch marks and gently massage the area for 5 to 10 minutes, wrap it with a thin, cotton cloth. Then apply a hot water bottle to the affected area for at least 15 to 30 minutes. Repeat this process daily for at least one month. You will discover that the result is really amazing.

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This guide is directed for oily or spot prone skin but can be modified for dry or combination-type skin.

1. The first step is to resist the temptation to touch your face. By simply touching your face with your hands you are transferring a myriad of bacteria to it. Dirt will get trapped in the pores which can then lead to an outbreak of unattractive pimples. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and warm water and dry with a face towel. If you use oil-resistant paper only use it once, otherwise, you are transferring the oil and dirt back to your face.

2. Buy skin care products after you determine your skin. This is extremely important so that you don’t buy products that are ineffective or may worsen the condition. Keep in mind if you have any specific issues, such as acne.

* Normal skin is smooth and firm to the touch with small to medium sized pores. It doesn’t get too dry or too oily, and it only has the occasional blemish.

* Dry skin feels very tight and flaky in areas. It can look rough and bumpy and rarely gets oily.

* Oily skin is visibly shiny and actually feels slightly wet to the touch. Large pores that are noticeable and prone to blemishes are a common trait of oily skin.

* Combination skin has oily areas around the nose, chin and forehead. Dry areas can be found on the cheeks while the rest of the face is normal.

* Sensitive skin has reactions to cosmetics, becomes irritated when the weather changes, and burn very easily. Products need to be thoroughly tested before applying.

3. Never squeeze, pick or pop your pimples. This can make the situation worse and may leave behind scars.

4. Arm yourself with the essentials for your skin type. Cleanser, toner, moisturizer, exfoliate, cotton pads, and a face mask. Opt for gentle or sensitive cleansing products that will remove excess oil and promote healthy, clean skin without the use of harsh chemicals.

5. Cleanse, tone and moisturize twice a day. Once in the morning before putting on makeup and then again at night before going to bed.

6. After cleansing your face, apply a toner with a cotton pad to restore your skin’s natural pH levels. This makes your skin more resistant against bacteria and micro-organisms.

7. After cleansing and toning, apply a moisturizer. Don’t avoid this step even if you have oily skin.

8. Exfoliating face wash should be used once or twice a week in place of your daily cleanser. Exfoliator is essential as it removes dead skin cells which can leave your complexion looking dull and can clog pores.

9. Apply a face mask on a regular basis. Peel-off masks are best for blemished skin, whereas rich, moisturizing masks are best for dry skin. This is a great time to pamper yourself.

10. Stick to your routine. Sometimes a negative effect will appear at first but your skin needs time to adjust to this new routine of being treated and the products being used.

11. If your skin is not responding after one month’s time try different products that will give you the desired results.

By following these simple skin care guidelines you will see noticeable results with minimal effort and time.

I’m guessing if you are reading this article, it’s unfortunately because you are experiencing issues with acne.

Unfortunately, acne is a problem for many people throughout all stages of life. As a result, there are thousands of products out there used to treat acne, everything from creams to topical gels, face masks to face washes, pore strips and blackhead removers. It’s overwhelming for anyone to visit a drug store to be faced with a massive wall filled with acne treatment products. These treatments also vary widely in price, but some can cost you hundreds of dollars. And there is no guarantee of results.

Have you ever thought of using essential oils for acne treatment?

Essential oils are a natural treatment for acne and acne scars, allowing you to avoid the harsh chemicals that are included in some commercial face washes, masks and creams. These oils contain powerful plant extracts that may be used to fight a number of health conditions. In this case, we’ll focus on oils that fight acne. However, make sure to check out the rest of my site to find out about essential oils that combat other frustrating and painful conditions.

Before using any of the oils – Please note that non-diluted essential oils may irritate the skin. Be sure to check the labeling on your product before using. You can dilute essential oils further in coconut oil, jojoba oil, aloe vera gel or even water. If you have sensitive skin, you may want to a patch test first (I recommend on the inner arm) just to ensure the oil won’t irritate your skin.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is widely considered the most successful essential oil for fighting acne. It is taken from the leaves of the tea tree, or Melaleuca alternifolia, native to Australia. It was traditionally used by the indigenous Bundajalung people of Australia to treat a variety of conditions, including sore throats, coughs, colds and a variety of skin ailments, including wounds. It was likely successful in treating these conditions because of its antibacterial, anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties. It can not only kill acne-causing bacteria, but can restrict its growth as well. It may also help reduce the skin’s oil production, which may help to reduce future breakouts.

Geranium Oil

Derived from the geranium plant, this is a great oil for oily, acne-prone skin. It is also anti-bacterial and anti-microbial, so its kills and fights growth of acne-causing bacteria.

As an added bonus, it also has anti-aging properties. It is an astringent and is amazing for toning, tightening and regenerating skin. It has additional properties that allow the oil to assist in healing scars as well.

Rosemary Oil

Rosemary oil is an often overlooked herb that also does wonders for revitalizing skin, besides adding flavour in the kitchen! It’s well known for its abilities to reduce excess oil on skin. In addition, it also contains anti-inflammatory properties known to ease redness and puffiness, which is perfect for treating breakouts. Besides helping to clear skin, rosemary also improves circulation, which can help firm and tone. It’s a versatile oil that makes a great addition to your beauty routine.

Frankincense Oil

Frankincense oil is another oil great for acne-prone skin. This oil acts in an anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory way. It is known as a healing and restorative oil, in addition to battling pimples effectively. It also acts as a natural toner and tightens the skin, reducing wrinkles and scars, so it may be able to do double-duty as an acne fighter and anti ager!

Oregano Oil

Not just amazing in the kitchen, oregano in its essential oil form is also amazing for getting rid of pimples. The natural antiseptic and antibacterial properties of oregano oil make it handy for spot treating zits. As with the other oils, oil of oregano has amazing anti-bacterial properties. It also has many other uses, notably being used to prevent colds.

Ylang Ylang Oil

Ylang-Ylang essential oil comes from the flowers of a tropical tree (Cananga odorata) native to South-East Asia. Ylang ylang is also very popular for it’s lovely floral scent, but is also used in a variety of applications, particularly aromatherapy and perfumery.

In traditional herbal medicine, ylang-ylang oil was used extensively in topical treatments for skin and hair problems. The oil was also to have calming and anti-pyretic (anti-fever) properties. Ylang-ylang oil also has a positive effect on skin tone and can improve oily skin.

Essential Oils for Acne Treatment

Spot Treatment

Best used with: Tea Tree oil or Oregano Oil

How to do it:

Tea Tree Oil: You can place your tea tree oil on acne undiluted (once again, I always recommend a skin test first) or mix a few drops of tea tree oil with aloe vera gel. Apply to the affected area 1-2 times per day. If your skin tends to be dry, I would recommend diluting the oil as tea tree oil can dry out your skin quickly.

Oregano Oil: It’s best to dilute oregano oil before putting it on your face. Mix together equal parts oregano oil and a carrier oil, like jojoba, olive or coconut oil. Then, dab the diluted mixture onto the trouble spot regularly until your skin clears up.

Create Your Own Facial Oil (Moisturizing!)

Best used with: Any of the above oils.

How to do it:

Pick out your favorite carrier oil (this could be coconut oil, jojoba oil, argan oil or even olive oil – though I’d recommend coconut!). Then choose your preferred essential oil and add around 4-7 drops. Do this slowly, mixing or shaking the container your oil is in. The scent should be detectable, but not overpowering. Then, you’re done!

Until next time, keep well!