Tea Tree Oil Vs Acne

Tea tree oil comes from the leaves of the tea tree found in Australia. The indigenous people of Australia were the first to truly utilize the oil for medicinal purposes, using it to help with colds, coughs, wounds, burns and skin irritating diseases and conditions.In the early 1900’s, tea tree oil’s medicinal attributes were discovered worldwide and the oil is now available from every pharmacy all over the world as well as being the key ingredient in many medicines, creams and ointments due to the fact that it contains many properties which are:Anti-bacterial, Anti-fungal, Antiseptic, Antiviral.

Tea tree oil can benefit the following skin conditions:

  • Ring worm and athlete’s foot
  • Softens corns
  • Cuts and scrapes
  • Itching of insect bites and chicken pox
  • Warts
  • Acne
  • Dandruff

How Does it Work Against Acne?

Tea tree oil is another good choice for use on acne. This essential oil helps heal scars and won’t clog pores. Like other essential oils, tea tree oil can also be used for aromatherapy, soothing, even as it reduces acne.

In addition to antiseptic properties that make it useful for treating acne, tea tree oil also has anti-inflammatory properties. Despite chemical compounds that may make it useful for treating skin conditions such as acne, scientific evidence to support these claims is lacking, according to MedLine Plus. Early research suggests that use of products containing tea tree oil may reduce the number of acne blemishes a person has and also decrease redness and inflammation. Consult a medical professional before using tea tree oil to see if it may be beneficial for improving your acne.

Acne, eczema and sensitive skin can be treated by aromatherapy handmade soap (tea tree).  It can be used from head to toe and also your face. Its good for skin and this products was sold about 10,000 units per month. Famous products with more benefits. It helps your skin.


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