If you’re looking for natural acne cures, Evening Primrose oil for acne is one remedy you’ve probably seen.
Many acne sufferers are searching for a natural cure to problematic skin, or even taken it a step further and met with their doctor to discuss medical options.
Evening Primrose Oil has gained a lot of interest due to its positive feedback with helping reduce acne. Before I go into how it works, let’s talk about your acne.
On a basic level acne can be put into two categories: Non-inflammatory and inflammatory. Blackheads and whiteheads usually fall under the non-inflammatory category and inflammatory acne refers to Pustule, which is commonly agreed upon as the more serious type of acne.
Blackheads mean that your skin is partially blocked by sebum and occurs when our pores become exposed. They usually evolve into whiteheads after the pore is closed which means the pore is now fully blocked. This whole process can make a acne sufferer insecure, confused and desperate. But before you try a medical route, first try Evening Primrose oil as a supplement and see if it helps reduce your acne inflammation.
Evening Primrose Oil helps with acne because of the presence of Gamma Linoleic Acid (GLA) and essential fatty acids. GLA (a member of the omega-6 family) helps to maintain healthy skin due to its anti-inflammatory properties. The essential fatty acids help to dilute sebum (an oily substance that over-secreted in those suffering from acne) and helps to ensure the pores remain unclogged. The essential acids also reduces inflammation and can control how the cells utilize the nutrients, which all assists in the maintenance of healthy skin.
Let me answer your questions: How do you use it? And what is the recommended dosage?
You can use Evening Primrose oil both topically and internally. If you are taking internally (in capsule form) 3000 to 6000 milligrams are recommended per day for the treatment of acne. If you decide to apply it topically, apply the oil directly to the affected area.
Leave the oil on overnight and wash your face in the morning. Look for a product made from plants that have been organically grown as the oil is stronger and a better quality. If you break the oil capsule, use the oil immediately as it can become rancid quickly. The oil should reduce the redness and inflammation of your skin and and make your skin appear smoother and healthier looking.
You can also incorporate Evening Primrose Oil in your daily skincare routine: You can add a few drops of evening primrose oil to your moisturizer or face wash.
Evening Primrose Oil is a great supplement to take even if you are not an acne sufferer. It has numerous other health benefits.
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