The tea tree oil is derived from the Melaleuca tree native in Australia. It is an amazing oil displaying plenty of benefits and it is believed that it has been widely used by Native Aborigines as a skin treatment.

Nowadays this oil is a valuable ingredient in almost every cosmetic product mainly because of its fantastic advantages for the skin care. In this article we shall focus on the best 10 uses of Tea Tree Oil.

10 Incredible Uses of Tea Tree Oil:

Chickenpox
This ailment is manifested with red spot which can itch like hell and even how hard we try to itch it is inevitable to have couple of scars as a result of the itching. However, the itching part can be easily soothed with the use of this oil, and can be done in the following way: In a warm bath add 5 drops of tea tree oil diluted in carrier oil. Enter the bath and soak for about 30 minutes.

Eczema
This skin condition is characterized by rash, dryness, itchiness, and blistering. This oil shows powerful antibacterial properties which can fight off any kind of infection and as well as contains antiseptic properties that soothes the itchiness.

You can make a homemade ointment and for that purpose you will need to combine20drops of tea tree oil with half a cup of coconut oil. Use this mix onto the affected areas at least twice a day.

Psoriasis
The tea tree oil has potent anti-inflammatory properties which are of vital importance in the treatment of psoriasis which can calm the symptoms and prevent further spreading.  Further on, this oil can stimulate the production of new cells, eliminate dead skin cells, and rejuvenate the deep layers of the skin which contributes to the decrease of scars.

Warts
This oil shows antiseptic and antiviral features which are very beneficial in the fight of viruses that cause warts. The tea tree oil lowers the redness, irritation, and inflammation triggered by this infection and also impedes the growth of bacteria and fungi.

This is the way how to use it:

Apply a drop of the oil to the wart, then wrap it with a bandage, and leave it like that for a few hours. However, we recommend doing this in the evening before going to bed and leaving the bandage overnight. The next day, clean the area and repeat the procedure, that is, until the wart disappears.As per an official report of The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 20 million Americans are carriers of some kind of HPV, which is manifested by warts on the genitals, feet, and hands.

Acne
Thanks to the strong antifungal and antibacterial properties of the tee tree oil,skin conditions like acne will become history for you. A group of researchers at the Skin Diseases and Leishmaniasis Research Center at Iran’s Isfahan University of Medical Sciences in Isfahan, conducted a study on the use of tea tree oil and they have come to the conclusion that this oil is effective in the treatment of mild to severe acne.

In this study the volunteers were divided into two groups, the first group was treated with tea tree oil and the other one with placebo. Both groups were on this treatment for 45 days in a row, and were being assessed every 15 days.  At the end of the study, the results were substantially different, namely the group treated with the tea tree oil showed 5.8 times better efficacy than the placebo.

As per the Department of Dermatology at Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, “5% tea-tree oil and 5% benzoyl peroxide had a significant effect in ameliorating the patients’ acne.”

Boils
This oil eliminates staph infections, especially the ones that are resistant to antibiotics. In order to treat these infections you need to mix equal parts of tea tree oil and almond oil. After that dip a cotton ball in the mixture and then place it onto the boils a few times a day.

Cuts and Infections
In order to treat cuts and infections, you need to prepare a mixture of tea tree oil and lavender oil thus making own super-powerful ointment (2 drops of tea tree oil and some lavender oil)for cuts and infections. Prior use of the mixture nicely clean the affected area with hydrogen peroxide and water, and then apply the mix directly on the skin. Wrap it with a bandage and leave it to act overnight.

Treats Athlete’s Foot
For the treatment of this condition combine 20 drops of tea tree oil with ¼ cup of arrowroot powder, and ¼ cup of sodium bicarbonate.  The use of tea tree oil will destroy the fungus which is causing the infection, the arrowroot will absorb the moisture which worsens the condition of fungus and the baking soda will eliminate the bad odor and itchiness.

Razor Burn Relief
This oil is the ideal after-shave, all you have to do is to put a little bit of tea tree oil on your face with a cotton ball, and it will instantly soothe the irritation caused by shaving.

Makeup Remover
It is also the ideal makeup remover, in fact most commercial products for makeup removal contain tea tree oil. We suggest making a homemade remover based on tea tree oil. This is the way how to do it:

Mix ¼ cup of extra-virgin olive oil with 10 drops tea tree oil. Keep this mixture in a dark place. Clean your face by taking a cotton ball and then sweep it all over the face, but be careful around the eyes area. This is the safest and most natural way for cleaning your face.

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The tea tree oil is derived from the Melaleuca tree native in Australia. It is an amazing oil displaying plenty of benefits and it is believed that it has been widely used by Native Aborigines as a skin treatment. Nowadays this oil is a valuable ingredient in almost every cosmetic...