How To Make: Tea Tree & Witch Hazel Facial Cleanser (Anti Acne) Malaysia

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

hi all;
in today's how to video ill show you how to make a facial cleanser that specifically for acne.
There are many types of acne but this would be more suitable for acne that has puss.

In this recipe we are using SoapLab's Castile liquid soap.

castile liquid soap is made using 100% olive oil and its one of the mildest soap around. Its not harsh and its very suitable for oily skin as well as all other skin type.

Acne skin usually are oily skin and the most popular belief is to use a soap or facial cleanser that is 'harsh'.
Its normal to think that when you have oily skin you need something strong to get rid of the oil.

Unfortunately when you wash your face with these 'harsh' soap (usually those commercial soaps); it will result in you skin surface be really dry.

It will be dry for a while but then the skin will then produce more oil to compensate with the dryness; causing your face to be oily again after 30 mins. when skin is oily, sebum production will increase and your acne will worsen.

Alternatively; use a milder soap like Castile Liquid Soap.

In this recipe we have added tea tree oil as its a powerful natural essential oil to combat acne. We also added witch hazel oil since its good in controlling inflammation and also a mild antibacteria; making it perfect to reduce the puss in the acne.


  1. Anti Bacterial Acne
  2. Inflammed Acne
  3. Oily Skin

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