I have had a lot of requests for crystals to treat skin disorders. It’s a tall order because there are a lot of different skin issues, but we’re going to do our best to give you a short, concise list of the top crystals that could work under most conditions. Let’s see which crystals for skin fit you.
How To Use Crystals For Skin Issues
I also want to point out there are a lot of different ways to work with crystals for skin issues.
You can go the traditional route of wearing, carrying, sleeping with, or meditating with stones, but probably the best way to utilize crystals for the skin is to use them topically in some way.
The first thing that comes to mind is some sort of infusion or elixir.
Elixirs are where you infuse crystal energy into water. You could use this as some sort of spray, or if you want to be fancy, you can infuse crystal energy into water and then incorporate it into some sort of lotion or sap.
And as always, if you’re going to use crystal energy and water, I always recommend the indirect method.
Best Crystals For Skin Issues
So here are the top crystals I recommend:
- Moss Agate
- Sulfur Or Sulfur In Quartz
Moss agate is probably one of the top crystals to use for skin disorders. It works with so many different types of skin issues. It’s very gentle, healing, helps with inflammation, and is also very accessible. You can use it in multiple different ways.
Rhodochrosite is very soothing to the skin and helps reduce pain and inflammation of the skin.
Selenite is very soothing and balancing for the skin. It’s great for reducing acne and irritation on facial skin.
Sulfur Or Sulfur In Quartz
Sulfur is excellent at helping quell any sort of skin eruptions, such as acne, eczema, rosacea, or a rash.
Gold is amazing for the skin. If you don’t have gold, aqua aura quartz is coated with gold and works just fine. It helps with all forms of skin issues, from severe conditions like skin cancer to milder ones like slight eczema.
Conclusion On Crystals For Skin
Keep in mind there are about 20 or 30 more minerals that you could work with for skin issues. The thing that I recommend is to do your research and experiment, and eventually, you’ll figure out the right thing for you.