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Tea tree essential oil is natural essential oil,our tea tree essential oil extracted from tea leaf , tea tree essential oil is very helpful for removing dandruff from hair. Tea Tree Essential Oil can be mixed with a carrier oil and be used on infected areas. Can also be used in a bath soak as well as diffusers.
5 Benefits of Putting Tea Tree Oil On Your Skin
1. Treating acne
Tea tree oil contains strong antibacterial and antifungal compounds that are known to reduce inflammation that can lead to swelling of the skin. A study conducted by the Department of Dermatology at Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital found that when comparing the effectiveness of tea tree oil to benzoyl peroxide, a common acne medication, that “5% tea-tree oil and 5% benzoyl peroxide had a significant effect in ameliorating the patients’ acne.”
2. Relieving psoriasis
Psoriasis, which is characterized by red, scaly and sometimes inflamed areas of the skin. It occurs when dead skin cells begin to build up on the surface of the skin, appearing in the form of thick silvery scales or red, dry and itchy patches that can be painful and cause irritation. While it has no cure, the discomfort can be eased by using tea tree oil, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, and it may also help speed healing.
Eczema can be a very frustrating problem, as a persistent skin condition that can result in a severe rash, dryness, itching and even blistering, as well as the constant urge to scratch – in some cases it’s so bad that it becomes difficult to sleep. Tea tree oil’s antiseptic properties help to soothe the itch and heal the skin while preventing further damage, and its anti-inflammatory properties reduce inflammation too. If an infection develops, the oil’s antibacterial compounds can fight off the infection and prevent spreading.
4. Cuts and infections
If you have a cut or an infection, tea tree oil combined with lavender essential oil makes an ideal homemade ointment. First be sure to clean the cut thoroughly, using water and hydrogen peroxide. Afterward, dilute two drops tea tree and lavender oil in jojoba oil, apply on the area and cover it up with a bandage to prevent infection.
5. Razor burn relief
A razor burn isn’t just unsightly, it can be rather uncomfortable or even painful if you don’t address it. By applying a small amount to the area, it works as a natural astringent similar to witch hazel for alleviating irritation from shaving. After you shave, add several drops of tea tree oil to two teaspoons witch hazel, apply onto a cotton ball and apply to the areas of the skin prone to razor burn, and you’ll enjoy a soothing sensation