Essential Video: Acne Fighter Roll-On - Naturally Blended

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Essential Video: Acne Fighter Roll-On

There’s nothing more unfortunate than the first sign of a zit popping up on your face. Anything from teenage hormones to that time of the month to using the wrong makeup product can bring it on. Instead of waiting it out or trying to pop it and potentially making it worse, use essential oils to help fight the acne. This easy DIY combines Oregano, a very powerful essential oil, and Tea Tree to help banish the zits before they make themselves at home. Apply directly to the blemishes up to two times a day for healthy, clearer skin.

Essentials Video: Acne Fighter Roll-On

Acne Fighter Roll-On

What you’ll need:

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What you’ll do:

Fill the roll-on bottle with Grapeseed Carrier Oil. Add the essential oils. Apply directly to blemishes 1-2 a day for clear, healthy skin.

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65 thoughts on “Essential Video: Acne Fighter Roll-On”

  1. Tea Tree is my absolute favorite for acne. Every time I get a flare up I grab by aloe jelly with tea tree and spot treat. They go away the next day!

  2. Like many others I have been using tea tree, either as a toner with witch hazel or as more of a moisturizer with avocado oil. I still get acne but it is improved. I am glad to know oregano might amp up a spot treatment.

  3. Interesting recipe. The zit fighter blend doesn’t have any oregano or tea tree in it, which I find odd. I would definitely expect a zit fighter to include tea tree. I’m curious which works better. This recipe or the zit fighter blend.

  4. I have coconut, almond, jojoba and near perfection. No grape seed yet. Which one would be best? Near perfection?

  5. Only 3 drops of oil? Is less more for this recipe? Would it be bad to double or even triple the essential oils?

    1. Oregano is an especially powerful essential and it’s important to keep the dilution rate low, which is why there’s only one drop. Similarly, we kept Tea Tree at a low dilution to avoid skin irritation. If you wanted to use Tea Tree by itself, you could use a 5% dilution though!

  6. I’ve been using the Zit Fighter roll-on and looking for a good DIY to fill it with once the contents are gone. This will be perfect!

  7. Have been using tea tree and lavender in Argan oil for fighting acne. It helps but takes time. Hope this would be a more effective one.

  8. OMG this is magic! Every now and then I get a horrible break out that last a couple weeks. SO embarrassing walking around with a “pizza face”. This came out about a week after my break out began so I ordered oregano right away (I had tea tree already) I After just one day, I noticed a difference. After day 2, almost clear. After day 3, only a couple spots left! My whole life (I’m almost 30) nothing has worked until now and I’m so so excited!

  9. I already use tea tree so it’s nice to know oregano can give it a good punch it needs. I haven’t made a roller but I did make a gel with aloe Vera that works well. Thanks for the ideas!

  10. I cannot wait to try this!! I already use tea tree to fight acne, but adding the oregano and making a roller ball sounds great!

  11. I’m obsessed w the 2 roll ons I’ve recently made. Jojoba+tea tree+lavender+Frank+grapefruit. My skin has never looked better & the best part is that I’m 7 MOS pregnant & my skin is nearly flawless. I’m obsessed w PT!!

  12. Is hemp carrier oil too heavy for this? It is the only carrier oil I have right now, and I can’t get another shipmebt until next month :(.

    1. It might be too heavy, but it really depends on how your skin reacts. If you’ve used Hemp Oil on your face and haven’t had any issues, then you should be good.

  13. Unfortunately at the age of 41, I still need this. But, I am also so thankful for the recipe! I hope it works!

  14. Glad you posted this. I sometimes get hormone related acne and have been using acne cream from the stores. This sounds a lot healthier.

  15. I love being able to see it done in a video, thanks! And now I am wanting the Grapeseed Carrier Oil and a bottle of Oregano!

  16. When it comes to your daily skincare routine, would you use this as a toner, or more of a spot treatment?

  17. I have used this and it works but I don’t use it as often as it says because I don’t want my face to get use to it. Much better than the zit fighter roll on than they already sell. Saw this posted awhile back by a PT customer not glad PT posted for everyone to enjoy and it’s PT tested and approved 😉

  18. I’ll be right back….gotta go make this roller bottle. I can’t wait to try this on my blemishes since I still break out due to hormones. Thank you for this idea, I would have thought oil would block my pores more. Now I know.

    1. Grapeseed Oil is non-comedogenic (meaning it won’t clog pores) and has astringent (or drying) properties. This makes it ideal for oily and/or blemish-prone skin, and is perfect for drying out those stubborn little pimples! 🙂

  19. This would be an awesome option to have on hand when that time of month comes along. I look forward to trying this one out!

  20. This blog could not have came at the perfect time for me! I’ve been using the Zit Fighter with aloe vera jelly, but I just got 1 big cyst pimple. I’ll definitely have to try this blend, but would I be able to use another carrier oil or grapeseed is highly recommended? I have the following carrier oils: FCCO, Argan & Dermisoothe.

    1. I may have to try this! I have the Zit Fighter roll-on, but I think the coconut oil is too heavy for my already oily skin. Thank for the great info!

    1. It really just depends on your skincare needs. Both Jojoba and Grapeseed are great for the face, especially oily or blemish-prone skin. Grapeseed works well for this recipe because it is one of the lightest carrier oils available and has mild antiseptic properties. If you’d like to learn more about the differences and benefits of each carrier, we have a great post that you can check out.

        1. As long as you store it in a cool, dark place, it’ll be fine. Although storing it in the fridge certainly wouldn’t hurt!

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