Tea Tree Oil Remedies for Various Skin Conditions

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Going organic is probably the smartest thing that you can do as far as your skin is concerned as skin care treatments may contain harsh chemicals that can cause further harm to your skin. And when it comes to addressing skin problems, tea tree oil has been found to be effective in alleviating the problems easily. What exactly can you get out of using this product? Here are a few known treatments to try with tea tree oil.

It treats acne

One of the best benefits that is linked to tea tree oil is that it can actually help treat acne. Using 5% solution of this product can actually work just like benzoyl peroxide with the difference that this one is actually safe to use. Simply mix a few drops of this oil with 20 to 40 drops of the herb witch hazel before applying on your skin. You should do this twice a day. Just make sure that you don’t go overboard with tea tree oil as this can make your skin dry which can aggravate your acne problem. Another thing to remember is that you should avoid going outdoors as this can make your skin sensitive to the UV rays.

It can disinfect cuts as well as infections

Another benefit linked to tea tree oil is that it can be used to treat cuts and even infections especially when it is combined with lavender oil. You will need to clean the wound with some water and hydrogen peroxide. You should dilute your tea tree oil with lavender oil and jojoba oil before applying to the wound. This will help speed up the healing process while minimizing bacterial infection.

It removes warts

If you have warts, you probably wish that you can make them disappear as soon as possible. Although they are not really painful, you might feel a bit embarrassed with it. The good news is that you can actually stop the spread of infection with the help of tea tree oil. Diluting it with carrier oil before applying on your wart is recommended as it will reduce irritation, redness, as well as inflammation.

It treats athlete’s foot

Did you know that you can use tea tree oil to treat your athlete’s foot? All that you have to do is to mix some tea tree oil, arrowroot powder, and baking soda. It’s a quarter root of your baking soda, about twenty drops of your tea tree oil, and about a quarter cup of the arrowroot powder in a bowl. Transfer the powder into a shaker so that you will be able to break any lumps. Now rinse your feet and dry them first before you apply some powder to them.

These are just a few examples of tea tree oil remedies that you can take advantage of if you are looking for help with your skin conditions. Just make sure that you dilute the oil as much as possible before using to avoid drying or irritating your skin.

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  1. Loved this video very thorough, unlike most Ive seen. The potato is an interesting idea but I washed to ask if pastor flour/starch couldnt be used just ordered under the arms. I think I prefer something thicker to do the job I was using coconut oil mixed with essential oils but even summer hit it was to runny so I address some beeswax in and found that I lovd that much better. Im thinking of making silence more solid for convenience and was going to add arrowroot to the mixture but potatoe starch would likely accomplish the same arms is that has properties that make it ideal for deodorant so much the better! Im so curious though Im going to try it on its own first. About the toothpaste though toothpaste isnt just for cleaning or teeth but should also remineralize them and neutralize bacteria. Im struggling with the toothpaste thing myself because though I do really appreciate what the bicarb does I struggle with the saltiness. The recipe Im using also contains calcium carbonate for remineralizing so I cut back on the bicarb but Deb so it turned my stomach for many weeks in the beginning. Concerning arrowroot, I can appreciate that it would thicken the coconut oil nicely and taste a whole lot better, but aside from a bit of abrasion, what else does it do? Tfs.

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