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  • Erin J. Binkley

    "5 Natural Blemish Busters" - Eco-friendly acne treatment.

  • Lindsey Madsen

    natural skin remedies

  • Amanda

    Acne remedies

  • Lindsay Geffon

    homemade blemish buster! Lemongrass Oil In very low concentrations, lemongrass oil is a great astringent and helps treat acne and oily skin. Add a few drops to water and apply to the face with a cotton ball or pad. Lemongrass isn't a great option if you've got dry skin, but otherwise, it's a great way to blast acne and keep it at bay.

  • Mary Black

    5 Natural Blemish Busters: Lemongrass Oil, Lavender Oil, Calendula Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Raspberry Seed Oil

  • Alexis Lemmel

    Natural Oils to help reduce or minimize blemishes!

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