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Facial Steam Using Essential Oils

Posted by Jennifer Lane on

A facial steam will hydrate your skin and cleanse your pores.  When you add essential oils you will also enjoy additional benefits. It will soften your skin, act as an astringent, help heal skin lesions, and remove dirt or makeup from clogged pores. You will also enjoy aromatherapy benefits as well.

Steams can be enjoyed regularly on dry, oily, combination or normal skin. Avoid steams if you have sensitive skin, rosacea or sunburned skin.

Pore Cleansing Facial Steam Using Essential Oils

Lavender essential oil is great for soothing irritated skin and has healing properties.  It is very gentle and can naturally balance skin out.  Melaleuca essential oil has fabulous cleansing properties, especially good for blemishes and rashes.  Both essential oils promote healthy skin.

Facial Steam Using Essential Oils

  • 4 cups of Boiling Water
  • 3 drops of Lavender Essential Oil
  • 3 drops of Melaleuca Essential Oil
  • Large heat proof bowl
  • Bath Towel

Directions:

  1. Wash face before getting a facial steam
  2. Add boiling water to large heat proof bowl on kitchen table or a comfortable place where you will be able to sit and relax.
  3. Add essential oils to water immediately before you are ready to enjoy
  4. Create a tent over your head, shoulders and bowl.  Keep face about one foot from bowl to prevent getting burned from steam.
  5. Close your eyes, take a deep breathe and relax.  Enjoy the steam for about 10 minutes.

You can use numerous essential oil combinations, it really just depends on what your goal is with your facial steam. Lavender and chamomile are great combo too for facial steam as well as a relaxing steam before bedtime. Both have calming effects that can help you fall asleep easier.

Pore Cleansing Facial Steam Essential Oil Recipe

*The information provided here is not intended to cure, diagnose or treat medical conditions, nor is it a substitute for medical advice. Post may include affiliate links. See full disclaimer.
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