TEA TREE ESSENTIAL OIL 30ML 1 OUNCE
CAN BENEFIT THE FOLLOWING SKIN CONDITIONS:1
Ring worm and athlete’s foot
Cuts and scrapes
Itching of insect bites and chicken pox
In fact, tea tree oil may be a better alternative to conventional skin treatments.
Tea tree oil is an excellent treatment for acne. One study found tea tree oil to be just as effective as benzoyl peroxide, but without the negative side effects like redness and peeling.2 Tea tree oil can also treat minor wounds, encourage healing, and prevent infection, so you may want to add this versatile oil to your own first aid kit!
BESIDES IMPROVING YOUR SKIN, TEA TREE OIL HAS ALL KINDS OF OTHER HEALTH PROPERTIES, INCLUDING:4
May help reduce fevers and end headaches
Can help lower blood pressure
Helpful for infections including vaginitis, sinusitis, cystitis
Anti-viral and anti-candida
Tea tree essential oil is a potent healer, especially 100% pure tea tree oil. Keep in mind that many essential oils on the market (even those sold in health food stores) have potentially toxic extenders. (Labeling laws allow manufacturers to use up to 50% chemical extenders and still say they are 100% pure.)
You can use tea tree oil in the following ways:
Directly on your skin in the area affected. For cuts and sores, add 1-2 drops to targeted areas.
Mixed with a carrier oil. Mix 3 – 5 drops with a carrier oil and apply to skin after a bath or shower.You can make your own Body Ecology friendly carrier oil by using a lightly scented oil like almond oil that is unrefined and organic.
A household cleaner. Add to water and vinegar for a non-toxic household cleaner.
Treatment for lice and dandruff. Rinse your hair with warm water and 2 drops of tea tree oil to control lice and dandruff.
Healing bath. Add 6 drops to your bath water for a soothing soak.
Diffused. Using an essential oil diffuser, tea tree oil may be diffused into the air, creating a medicinal antiseptic