Aborder le molluscum contagiosum de manière naturelle avec les huiles essentielles

Address molluscum contagiosum naturally with essential oils

Molluscum contagiosum is a common skin infection, especially in children. Although it is usually not serious, it can be bothersome and take time to go away. In this article, we explore a natural approach to help treat molluscum contagiosum with essential oils.

Disclaimer: It is essential to note that the advice given in this article is based on the traditional use of essential oils for general well-being. They do not constitute medical advice and do not replace treatments prescribed by a healthcare professional. If you, or your child, has molluscum contagiosum, it is recommended that you consult a healthcare professional before trying any new treatment approaches.

Essential oils and molluscum contagiosum

Essential oils are known for their various beneficial properties, including their antimicrobial effects. Some, like tea tree essential oil, are traditionally used to help treat a variety of skin conditions, including molluscum contagiosum (1) . However, it is crucial to always use essential oils in dilution and test them on a small area of ​​skin first to avoid any adverse reactions.

How to Use Essential Oils for Molluscum Contagiosum

Here is a simple approach to using tea tree essential oil to help treat molluscum contagiosum:

What you will need


  1. Fill the roll-on applicator halfway with fractionated coconut oil.
  2. Add 10 drops of tea tree essential oil.
  3. Fill the rest of the applicator with the fractionated coconut oil.
  4. Screw the ball onto the applicator and shake gently to mix the oils.

Gently apply the mixture to the affected areas twice a day. Remember that this approach should not replace a consultation with a healthcare professional.

Molluscum contagiosum can be a tricky skin problem to deal with, but with patience, perseverance, and the careful use of essential oils, it is possible to alleviate its symptoms naturally.


  1. Orchard, A., & van Vuuren, S. (2017). Commercial Essential Oils as Potential Antimicrobials to Treat Skin Diseases. Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine: eCAM, 2017, 4517971. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5435909/

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The information and recipes contained in Essanzia.com blog posts are intended to promote the general use of essential oils and do not constitute medical advice or medical treatment.

Before using any essential oil for any application or recipe, we highly recommend doing a patch test to make sure you don't experience any adverse reactions. Additionally, Essanzia does not explicitly endorse the use of essential oils. Each individual is unique and may react differently.

It is important to note that citrus essential oils can cause photosensitization. We therefore advise not to expose yourself to the sun for several hours after their application.

If in doubt or concern, please consult a qualified healthcare professional. The health and well-being of our readers is our priority.