Derived from the clove plant, clove oil is a natural analgesic and antiseptic solution for an array of ailments. This essential oil has been a cure for a variety of ailments used for centuries. 

Heal Wounds, Insect Bites, and Stings

Healing wounds, insect bites, and stings is a popular purpose for clove oil. After cleaning and drying the affected area, apply a bit of oil and it will help reduce the level of infection. This essential oils also relieves swelling and complications associated with insect bites, stings, and wounds.

Massage Oil

Massaging with clove oil is an excellent way to relieve aches, stress, and pain. It promotes smooth, healthy skin and also addresses problems associated with pain. Warm the oil and rub it into your skin for a soothing feel.


Clove oil alone is often too strong to treat skin affected by acne, however, when mixed with a gentler oil such as olive, this solution can be an effective treatment. This is due to its aforementioned anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiseptic and anesthetic properties.

Clove oil provides an array of potential uses including maintaining healthy skin. Nevertheless, be sure to consult with a physician as every person’s skin is different and for some skin types, clove oil may actually do more harm than good.