All Natural Homemade Face Scrub with Essential Oils

This homemade face scrub with tea tree oil for acne once or twice a week to rejuvenate the skin and get rid of the dead skin. Find out other tea tree uses here!

Homemade Face Scrub with Tea Tree Oil for Acne

Homemade Face Scrub with Tea Tree Oil for Acne

This homemade face scrub helps your skin look brighter by getting rid of dry skin on top and soothing and healing the skin underneath.

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Oats are effective in fighting dull, flaky dryness as they contain polysaccharides, which become gelatinous in water. They form a fine protective film when applied on skin. It acts as a natural moisturizer by removing the dead skin cells. It contains beta-glucan that forms a fine film on your skin as well as penetrates deep into the skin to provide much needed deep moisturizing to your skin. Oatmeal enhances wound healing and shallow abrasions and improves collagen deposition and activation of immune cells within the skin.


Yellow corn is a rich source of beta-carotene which forms vitamin A that is vital for the maintenance of healthy skin. Vitamin C and lycopene are potential antioxidants that prevent the UV generated free radicals from damaging the skin and increase the production of collagen that assists in the maintenance of smooth skin. Besides being eaten, corn can also be applied topically as corn oil which is a rich source of linoleic acid.

Kaolin Clay

Kaolin clay is recommended for oily and normal skin. It is an excellent skin care treatment as it helps control sebum production, the major contributor to oily skin. The clay helps in regenerating and mineralizing of the dry areas, leaving your skin smooth and glowing. Kaolin clay contains a compound known as montmorillonite that helps to remove toxins and oils from your skin. It is also rich in phyto-nutrients and essential minerals and is commonly used for therapeutic purposes.
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Lemongrass will help limit bacterial or microbial growth on the skin. Lemongrass also acts as an astringent, which constricts the skin. This helps to minimize pores, limit the secretions of oil and provide a temporary skin-firming treatment.

Geranium Oil

Geranium oil helps with dry skin and also wrinkles.


Lavender oil is a wonderful soothing and healing ingredient in this homemade face mask. It can help stimulate new cell growth and regeneration as well as calm the skin.
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Tea Tree (Melaleuca A)

This healing essential oil can comfort and beautify the appearance of skin. Tea tree reduces sebum production by the skin.

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Homemade Face Scrub Recipe

1 cup quick cooking Rolled Oats
1/4 cup Cornmeal
1/4 cup Cosmetic Clay
2 drops Lemongrass essential oil
2 drops Lavender essential oil
1 drop Tea Tree essential oil
1 drop Rose Geranium essential oil


  • Grind the oats in a blender or food processor until fine. They need to be ground very fine so they make a smooth paste when you add water.
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  • Kandas says:

    Oh I love recipes that use EOs. I use baking soda as an exfoliate but it can be a little harsh on my sensitive skin. Will try oatmeal! Thanks for the tip!

  • Eydie Stumpf says:

    I'm always afraid to put so much "oil" on my face. It's naturally greasy ---and adding more oil scares me. Should I not be afraid?

    • Vicki says:

      Hi Eydie - Don't be afraid! Anyway, this face scrub is a dry scrub. The essential oils just add the necessary health benefits to make your skin more beautiful!

  • Amanda says:

    So glad I came across this. I am so in need for some beauty and mommy time!

    • Vicki says:

      Yes Amanda! I know it's so hard to take time for yourself, but this one is worth it AND will only take a few minutes. I love how soft my face is after I use this scrub. I need to remember to put a scoop in the jar, though!

  • The Frugal Exerciser says:

    I will try this because ever since I developed my hypothyroidism, my skin has become dry. I think I need to put down an old towel if I'm going to scrub my whole body with this.

  • Karen says:

    I love our essential oils and would love to try this recipe! Thanks!