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Tea tree oil is effective in promoting healthy skin by soothing and healing a wide range of skin issues.
1.Dry skin and eczema
Tea tree oil can help soothe dry skin by reducing itching and irritation. Also, it’s been shown to be more effective than zinc oxide and clobetasone butyrate creams in treating eczema.
How to use: Mix a few drops of tea tree oil into a small amount of moisturizer or carrier oil. Apply this mixture to the affected areas immediately after getting out of the shower and at least once more each day.
2.Treats oily skin:
The antiseptic properties of tea tree oil may contribute to its ability to combat oily skin. A small 2016 study found that participants who used tea tree oil for 30 days showed improvements in oiliness.
How to use: Mix a few drops of tea tree oil into your toner, moisturizer, or sunscreen. You can add two drops of tea tree oil to bentonite clay to make a mask.
The anti-inflammatory properties of tea tree oil make it useful in relieving the discomfort of itchy skin. It soothes the skin and can also help heal infections that cause itchy skin.
How to use: Mix a few drops of tea tree oil into a moisturizer or carrier oil and apply it to your skin a few times per day.
The anti-inflammatory effect of tea tree oil helps to soothe and relieve painful and irritated skin. It may also help to reduce redness, discoloration and swelling on the skin as well as treating vericose veins.
Exposure to allergens leads to red, itchy and sometimes painful skin. Animal and human research suggests that applying tea tree oil may help reduce the severity of these symptoms
In addition, tea tree oil may provide relief from bug bite reactions by reducing the itching, redness and swelling that occurs when your body releases histamine to defend against the insect’s saliva.
Use this recipe to relieve inflamed skin:
-Combine 10 drops of tea tree oil with one tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil and one tablespoon of melted coconut oil.
-Mix well, and store in a sealed container.
-Apply to the affected area up to twice a day until symptoms resolve
5.Infections, cuts, and wound-healing;
The antibacterial properties of tea tree oil make it an effective wound healer.
According to a 2013 study, tea tree oil helps to heal wounds caused by bacteria. Nine of the 10 people who used tea tree oil in addition to conventional treatment showed a decrease in healing time compared to conventional treatment alone.
How to use:
Clean the cut thoroughly with plain soap and water, Mix one drop of tea tree oil with one teaspoon of coconut oil, Apply a small amount of the mixture to the injury and cover with a bandage. Repeat this process once or twice daily until a scab has formed.
6.Hair and scalp treatment;
You can use tea tree oil to treat dandruff by removing chemicals and dead skin cells from the scalp. Using tea tree oil on your hair may help it to stay healthy and moisturized, promoting optimal growth.
How to use: Apply a mixture of tea tree oil and a carrier oil to your hair and scalp. Massage it into your scalp and hair.
Tea tree oil is a popular choice for treating acne because of its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It’s known to calm redness, swelling, and inflammation. It may even help to prevent and reduce acne scars, leaving you with smooth, clear skin.
How to use: Dilute 3 drops of tea tree oil into 2 natural Rosewater . Use it as a toner throughout the day.
Alternatively, you can make your own acne treatment by mixing one part tea tree oil with nine parts water and applying the mixture to affected areas with a cotton swab once or twice a day, as needed
tea tree oil may be useful in treating symptoms of psoriasis as well as boosting immunity.
How to use: Dilute 1 to 2 drops of tea tree oil into a small amount of a carrier oil. Gently apply it to the affected area several times per day
Tea tree oil makes an ideal natural hand sanitizer.
Studies have shown that it kills several common bacteria and viruses responsible for causing illness. Moreover, a study testing several types of hand wash shows that adding tea tree oil to the cleansers boosted their effectiveness against Germs
Tea tree oil may help keep pesky insects away and a greater ability to repel mosquitoes than DEET, the most common active ingredient in commercial insect repellents.
Tea tree oil’s antibacterial effects may help control underarm odor related to perspiration. Sweat itself does not smell. However, when secretions from your sweat glands combine with bacteria on your skin, a moderate to strong odor is produced. Your underarm area contains a large concentration of these glands and is mainly responsible for what is commonly referred to as “body odor.” Tea tree oil’s bacteria-fighting properties make it an ideal natural alternative to commercial deodorants and antiperspirants.
12.Boost Wound Healing
In addition to preventing infection in cuts and abrasions, tea tree oil may also encourage wound healing. Research has shown that tea tree oil helps reduce inflammation and triggers the activity of white blood cells that are instrumental in the healing process
13.Get Rid of Nail Fungus;
Fungal nail infections are quite common. Although they aren’t dangerous, they can be unsightly. There are medications that can treat nail fungus, though some people may prefer a more natural approach. Tea tree oil has been shown to help get rid of nail fungus when used alone or in combination with other natural remedies. You can use a few drops of tea tree oil alone or mix it with an equal amount of coconut oil and apply it to the affected area. Be sure to wash your hands immediately after applying in order to avoid spreading the fungus to other areas
Tea tree oil makes a great all-purpose cleaner that also sanitizes surfaces.
Plus, it does so without leaving traces of chemicals you wouldn’t want your family members or pets coming in contact with.
Here’s an easy recipe for an all-natural, all-purpose cleaner:
-Combine 20 drops of tea tree oil, 3/4 cup of water and a 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar in a spray bottle.
-Shake well until thoroughly mixed.
-Spray directly onto surfaces and wipe clean with a dry cloth.
-Make sure to shake the bottle before each use in order to mix the tea tree oil with the other ingredients.
15. Treat Athlete’s Foot:
Athlete’s foot can be frustratingly hard to control.
Known medically as tinea pedis, athlete’s foot is a contagious fungal infection on the feet that can also spread to the toenails and hands. Symptoms include peeling, cracking, blisters and redness. Antifungal medications are considered standard treatment for athlete’s foot. Yet studies suggest that tea tree oil may be an effective alternative for relieving symptoms.Here is a natural treatment to relieve the symptoms of athlete’s foot:
-Combine 1/4 cup baking soda and 20–25 drops of tea tree oil
-Stir to combine, and place in a covered container
-Apply to clean, dry feet twice a day
Tea tree oil may also give relief from ringworm, hemorrhoids, Live and herpes wounds.
Research has shown that tea tree oil appears to be safe overall. However, there are some things to be aware of before using it.
-Tea tree oil should not be ingested because it may be toxic if swallowed. Therefore, tea tree oil should be stored out of reach of children.
-Prior to using tea tree oil for the first time, test a drop or two on a small area of your skin and wait 24 hours to see if any reaction occurs. This is important because ironically, some individuals who use tea tree oil develop contact dermatitis, one of the conditions tea tree oil may help treat. Likewise, people with sensitive skin may experience irritation when using undiluted tea tree oil. If your skin is sensitive, it’s best to mix tea tree oil with an equal or greater amount of olive oil, coconut oil or almond oil.
-Also, be careful when using tea tree oil around the eye area. Exposure can cause redness and irritation.
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