Exercise caution while using essential oils. Make sure to dilute them in a carrier oil. For example, one drop of lavendar per 20 drops of carrier
oil. Follow the directions and cautions of the provider of the carrier oil.
Tea tree oil may be used without a carrier oil at the site of infection.
good for acne conditions and oily skin
aids excessive sebum (oil) production and helps
has a balancing effect on sebaceous (oil) glands
effective regenerative oil, antibiotic and antiseptic.
It promotes the prevention of scarring
is a very soothing and strengthening oil,
contains antiseptic properties to help control bacteria, it is excellent for acne, and works to reduce excessive sebum production
a powerful antibacterial and antiseptic, good for
helps balance sebum secretion, useful for toning excessively oily skin.
You can combine the above essential oils with other oils that are beneficial to oily skin such as
Bergamot, chamomile (has anti- inflammatory properties), grapefruit (great for congested skin), lemon, lemongrass, mandarin, petitgrain, and violet.
Grapeseed oil is a great carrier (base) oil for oily skin.
Add some carrot oil, which helps reducing scaring and inflammation. It is also rich in vitamins A, B, C, D and E. You only need a small amount of carrot oil, so add it as part of your carrier oil (using too much over a long period can cause skin discoloration due to its natural orange pigment).
Jojoba oil also works wonders for oily skin. It protects and moisturizes oily skin while it helps to balance sebum (oil) production. Jojoba makes a wonderful base oil for combination skin as well.