Care your skin with tea tree oil

antiseptic, antibacterial effect with greasy skin.

Tea tree oil  Care with tea tree oil - antiseptic, antibacterial effect with impure and greasy skin.

 

Tea tree oil

Care with tea tree oil - antiseptic, antibacterial effect with impure and greasy skin.

 

Tea tree oil, or melaleuca oil, is an essential oil with a fresh camphoraceous odor and a colour that ranges from pale yellow to nearly colourless and clear. It is taken from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia, which is native to Southeast Queensland and the Northeast coast of New South Wales, Australia.

 

Tea tree oil is toxic when taken by mouth, but is widely used in low concentrations in cosmetics and skin washes. Tea tree oil has been claimed to be useful for treating a wide variety of medical conditions. It shows some promise as an antimicrobial. Tea tree oil may be effective in a variety of dermatologic conditions, including dandruff, acne, herpes, and other skin infections.

 

Composition and characteristics

Tea tree oil is defined by the International Standard ISO 4730 ("Oil of Melaleuca, Terpinen-4-ol type"), which specifies levels of 15 components needed to define an oil as "tea tree oil." The oil has been described as having a fresh, camphor-like smell.

 

Tea tree oils come in six different chemical combinations: a terpinen-4-ol type, a terpinolene type, and four 1,8-cineole types. These various oil types contain over 98 compounds, with terpinen-4-ol the major component responsible for antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. A second component 1,8-cineole, is likely responsible for most allergies in TTO products. Adverse reactions to TTO diminish with minimization of 1,8-cineole content. In commercial production, TTO is prepared as a terpinen-4-ol type.

 

Tea Tree Oil for Eczema and Psoriasis

Tea tree oil can help relieve any type of skin inflammation, including being used as a natural eczema treatment and for reducing psoriasis. Mix one teaspoon coconut oil, five drops of tea tree oil and five drops of lavender oil to make tea tree oil eczema lotion or body soap.

 

Tea Tree Oil as aDeodorant

A reason to use tea tree oil is to eliminate body odor. Tea tree oil has antimicrobial properties that destroy the bacteria on your skin that causes body odor.

 

Tea Tree Oil for Infections

Tea tree oil mixed with lavender essential oil is the perfect ingredient in a wound ointment. Make sure to clean a cut first with water and hydrogen peroxide if necessary, then put on tea tree oil and cover with a bandage to help fight off infections.

Tea tree oil  Care with tea tree oil - antiseptic, antibacterial effect with impure and greasy skin.
Tea tree oil Care with tea tree oil - antiseptic, antibacterial effect with impure and greasy skin.