Essential Oils for Dark Spots on Face

Essential Oils for Dark Spots on Face

How to use Essential Oils for Dark Spots on Face?

Dark spots on face can come in a form of moles, blemishes, acne scars, age spots, hyperpigmentation marks, and so on.

Of course it’s a natural desire to get rid of these spots, and there are remedies that can help you.

Moles Treatment

Take a small dish, and add ? teaspoon of castor oil, a pinch of baking soda and 1 drop of frankincense essential oil to it.

Mix everything nicely, and using your clean finger or a Q-tip, apply the mixture on the mole to completely cover it.

Leave it there for at least 2 hours, or better – overnight. Repeat daily to get the best results. You can use it for skin tags too.


You will need a 10 ml roll on bottle and a roller ball remover tool to remove the roller ball from the bottle.

Now, pour into the bottle 6 drops each of the following oils: lemon, frankincense, sandalwood, sweet orange and carrot seed essential oil.

So, in total you will have 6 by 5 = 30 drops of these oils in the bottle.

Fill the rest of the bottle with argan oil.

Attach the roller ball back to the bottle, and use it to roll onto blemishes at night time to heal them.

This is for night time only, because lemon and sweet orange essential oils are photosensitive – they will react with sunlight.

Why do they work?

These essential oils have skin lightening properties, because they contain unique compounds; for instance, limonene, found in lemon essential oil, brightens the skin.

They also have anti-inflammatory and wound-healing properties. Many scars are usually inflamed, so using these essential oils can help make the scars less visible.

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