Maximum Strength Acne Treatment

Young Living Acne Treatment

A fresh, clear complexion is yours with the help of Young Living’s Maximum-Strength Acne Treatment. Naturally derived, maximum-strength salicylic acid from wintergreen helps clear acne blemishes, pimples, and blackheads; but its plant-based powers don’t stop there! Tea tree essential oil helps cleanse your skin, while Manuka reduces the appearance of blemishes.

Some acne treatments leave skin feeling tight and dry, but with the addition of aloe and chamomile extracts, Young Living’s Maximum-Strength Acne Treatment fights blemishes while keeping skin soft, smooth, and moisturized. Finally, a powerful acne treatment that’s gentle on your skin!

How To Use

  • Cleanse the skin thoroughly before applying this product. Cover the entire affected area with a thin layer 1-3 times daily.
  • Excessive drying of the skin may occur. Begin with 1 application daily and gradually increase to 2-3 times daily if needed or as directed by a doctor. If bothersome dryness or peeling occurs, reduce application to 1 time a day or every other day.
  • Avoid contact with eyes. If eye contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water.


† 100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil
Acne Treatment Ingredients

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  1. A lesson on the advantages of promoting a product through network marketing. People often have the impression that products sold through the MLM approach are more expensive due to having to pay layers of distributors between the manufacturer and the customer. But the key is to realize that MLM companies don’t pay a dime for marketing until the product is actually sold. Compare that to the approach of this famous acne treatment product which has an annual marketing budget of $200 million plus $15 million earmarked for megastars like Kendall Jenner. All that money is spent with the HOPE that it will produce FUTURE sales.

    Then there are often middlemen between the manufacturer and the buyer. Brokers, wholesalers, retailers. Each step usually doubles the price of the original product. There is nobody between Young Living (the manufacturer/grower) and its customers. It splits profits approximately 50/50 with distributors. 50% goes back into the company to pay for accounting, IT, legal R&D, acquiring new farms, etc. 50% goes to distributors—its marketing team—only AFTER they make a sell.

    If there are cheaper products in retail stores or online, it may very well be due to cheaper ingredients, poor quality, and potentially undesired effects on health.

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