Homemade Spot Stopper Recipe

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Spot Stopper, as the name implies, is all about curbing the development of a spot before it can emerge as a very large, pulsating pustule!

The ingredients in Spot Stopper have been selected for their antiseptic, astringent and anti-bacterial actions, which, when combined, offer the body’s own defenses a significant boost.

Stop Spots With Spot Stopper

The Spot Stopper recipe has been created for you to make at home.

One drop should be massaged into the affected area and should ideally be used the moment the sensation of a pimple is felt, or when the first signs of reddening and skin elevation occur.

It is easier to eliminate the bacteria in a small pimple, than it is to deal with copious amounts of bacteria in a fully formed spot.

Spot Stopper Can Reduce Scarring

If pimples are allowed to grow to their full size, as opposed to being nipped in the bud by Spot Stopper, the chances of scarring are much greater. No0t only are the spots more evident on the outside when they reach their full potential, but they also go deeper into the infected pore or follicle, causing a much more intense infection that will inevitably leave the skin either pocked or with a certain amount of scar tissue.

Spot Stopper Ingredients

All of the essential oil ingredients are available individually from Wild As The Wind.

You can simplify the recipe by adding one single citrus essential oil instead of two; I recommend using Bergamot FCF Essential Oil instead of Lemon because unlike Lemon Essential Oil, Bergamot FCF Essential Oil is not photo-toxic.

Photo-toxicity means most citrus essential oils cannot be worn on the skin in direct sunlight.

The next optional ingredient is Tea Tree Essential Oil. There is so much antibacterial activity going on in this recipe that if you left the Tea Tree Essential Oil out it wouldn’t be the end of the world.

The final optional ingredient is Lavender Essential Oil, but because you are most likely to have Lavender Essential Oil and Tea Tree Essential Oil out of all the essential oils listed, feel free to add them.

Make sure that your overall essential oil content doesn’t exceed a 3% dilution.

*Some aromatherapists consider a 7% essential oil dilution, in your carrier oil of choice, completely safe, but most will not recommend a dilution higher than 5%.

A 3% dilution is still pretty strong and should do the job more than adequately, especially if you apply your mixture the moment you feel a spot beginning to form..

Ingredient List

Jojoba Oil :: INCI Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil

Carrot Seed Oil :: INCI Daucus Carota Sativa (Carrot) Seed Oil

Lemon Essential Oil :: INCI Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil

Bergamot FCF Essential Oil :: INCI Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil

Lavender Essential Oil :: INCI Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil

Rosemary Essential Oil :: INCI Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Oil

Tea Tree Essential Oil :: INCI Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil

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Why Do We Get Spots?

The root cause of spots is stress.

We experience stress in many ways. Sometimes the stress on the body is because we are not feeding it the nutrients it needs in order to function properly, or sometimes we are feeding it foods that it is allergic to, or intolerant of…

Learn more about food allergies and how they cause major health issues in Gut Health.

Quite often the stress is mental or emotional…

Learn how to deal with these kinds of stresses in Stress :: Quick Fix

Other causes of stress in the body are the toxic substances found within our food and our environment.

These include:

Heavy metals

Hormone disrupting substances

As well as causing spots all of these toxic substances found within our food and our environment are also making us ill at a systemic / cellular level.

They also ensure weight gain, and resistant weight loss.

Applying Spot Stopper

As mentioned, I recommend applying Spot Stopper the moment you feel a spot brewing, or at the first sign of skin discolouration, which usually denotes the emergence of a pimple.

Wash hands before use, and dry them thoroughly.

Allow one drop of the Spot Stopper formula to drop onto the tip of your index finger and immediately apply it to the affected area.

Reapply twice daily.

Clarifying Your Skin

You can also apply Spot Stopper whilst the face is still hot, and the pores are still open, after steaming the face.

Place boiling water in a bowl and then hang your head, face down, above the steaming water with a towel over your head, extending the edges of the towel to reach down around the outside of the bowl.

The point of using the towel is to capture the steam within the tent created by the towel. This allows the steam to collect, and the heat levels to intensify, thereby opening up the pores of the face.

Keep your face as close to the bowl of hot water as is possible.

Keep your eyes shut!

It is helpful to place one or two drops of Spot Stopper to the bowl of boiled water before steaming the face.

After three to five minutes of steaming, when you feel as though your pores are fully open, remove the towel and apply a drop of Spot Stopper to your emerging pimples as quickly as possible.

*Spot Stopper is suitable for use on the face and on other areas of the body. It is also useful for arresting the development of boils.

Spot Stopper And Boils

Boils tend to occur when an individual is:

  • run down
  • addicted to sugar
  • inclined towards eating a nutrient deficient diet
  • or has been, exposed to high levels of toxins
  • susceptible to blocked hair follicles and pores
  • practicing poor levels of hygene
  • all of the above

Carrot Seed Oil Essential Oil is particularly efficient at dealing with boils, but the citrus essential oils, (Lemon Essential Oil and Bergamot FCF Essential Oil) are also excellent at dealing with boils as they emerge.

As with your pimples, apply as soon as a boil starts to make it’s presence felt, and reapply twice daily.

It is even more important to apply warmth to the boil to ensure Spot Stopper is absorbed fully.

It is, therefore, preferable to apply it immediately after bathing whilst the skin is very hot, or to place two or three drops of Spot Stopper to a damp cloth that is steaming hot. (Place your cloth in very hot water whilst wearing rubber gloves. Wring out the cloth thoroughly after keeping it submerged in the very hot water for twenty to thirty seconds.)

Do you use Spot Stopper?

If you do, please let us know how it works for you by leaving a comment in the comment section below, or by leaving us a message on social media.

We really would appreciate your feedback. Thanks.

*All of our research materials used in the development of Wild As The Wind recipes are stated on the Facial Oils page.  

Warning: Essential Oils may be contraindicated with certain prescription medication and if you pregnant. Please consult with your healthcare provider before use.

Disclaimer

The information provided is not intended to replace the medical directives of your healthcare provider. This information is not meant for the diagnosis of health issues. If you are pregnant, have serious or multiple health concerns, consult with your healthcare provider before using essential oils or associated products. If you experience any complications or adverse reactions contact your healthcare provider.

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