How to Use Vicks Vaporub to Treat Cystic Acne
Vicks Vaporub to Treat Cystic Acne is a very popular remedy but everyone is skeptical if it works.
This is probably because Vaporub manufacturer themselves do not claim for it to work on acne or more specifically, cystic acne.
But little did they know that the exact ingredients required for treating acne as well.
People seek for the treatment of all types of pimples and acne but this is the specific one that everyone is concerned about. It is because cystic acne is very big, last for up to 2-3 weeks and look extremely ugly on the face.
So, you can give this Vicks Vaporub to Treat Cystic Acne a try and yes, it actually does work. But it doesn’t get this ability out of anywhere. It has some special ingredients.
The magical ingredients are:
- Eucalyptus Oil
The great thing about this is all of them are antibacterial and that is why are pretty effective in healing the acne. Also, it consists of other very important ingredients as well.
They are cedar leaf oil, nutmeg oil, thymol and turpentine oil. All of them are pretty helpful in this case.
So, how to use Vicks Vaporub to Treat Cystic Acne?
Here is a video tutorial which will give you instructions regarding the application of Vaporub on the acne. Although there is a video link, I will still include a text-based solution for you. So, here are the steps.
- First get yourself some cotton and a Vicks VapoRub
- Dip the cotton into the Vaporub jar and slowly scoop out a small amount of it. Just take enough required to cover the area consisting of the cystic acne.
- Smear the ointment with the cotton over the affected area. Do it such that you just put it on the area and do not overdo it or apply less amount because less amount may not work on your side and more amount will get smeared everywhere on the face and can reach sensitive areas like eyes, ears, or nose and you should prevent this.
As mentioned below, never apply near the areas like near your eyes, ears or nose and do not swallow in any way.
Do not use Vicks a lot and for a long period of time. Using Vicks for an extended period of time can be dangerous for you and you may have to be pretty cautious about that.
Specifically, the ingredients such as nutmeg oil and cedar leaf oil. Although both of them act as an aid in aromatherapy, both are still classified as venomous and they have been linked to various side effects such as abdominal pain, hallucinations, and seizures.