Blemish Serum ~ Pine Resin & Poplar

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Soothe & Heal 

.33 fl oz / 10 ml

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Acne and dermatitis are no joke. For youth and adults alike, these skin eruptions can effect self worth, self confidence and mental health. Addressing root cause requires more than a topical product, but while you're waiting for your liver, nervous system and gut health to improve, topical serums and ointments can do wonders. 

This is a whole plant infused oil made with pine resin gathered lovingly from our local white pines, resin rich poplar buds from fallen branches after a storm and of course sun filled calendula from our gardens. 


Pine Resin is a natural antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal and its stickiness helps it close wounds. It has been used in the treatment of eczema, psoriasis, seborrhoeic dermatitis and other dry, itchy, flaky or inflamed skin conditions among other things. 

Poplar Buds are anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, antiallergic, antimicrobial  and antitumoral; moreover, they have beneficial effects against skin infections and antiaging potential.

Calendula is a powerful anti-inflammatory and skin healer. It's long been used in the treatment of scars, both fresh and old with great success. 

*Contains Avocado & Jojoba Oil



Apply 2-4x/day or needed. 




Pine tar is thought to exert its effect by reducing DNA synthesis and mitotic activity, which promotes a return to normal keratinisation. In addition, pine tar has been shown to be antipruritic, anti‐inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal. These properties make pine tar suitable for the topical treatment of eczema, psoriasis, seborrhoeic dermatitis and other dry, itchy, flaky or inflamed skin conditions.

Refined Spruce Resin to Treat Chronic Wounds: Rebirth of an Old Folkloristic Therapy. Found to be 93% effective in the treatment of infected pressure ulcers. 

Sensitivity to natural resins in terms of allergic contact dermatitis is possible but infrequent, occurring in ∼1–3% of the population.

Poplar bud extract used to generate new skin cells and provide possible anti-aging effects.