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When asked for an essential oil recommendation, sure that tea tree oil would make it to your list. In dealing with your acne concern, at some point, you probably have received a recommendation from someone to consider tea tree oil. 

Tea tree oil originated from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia, a small tree that is native to the regions of Australia and has long been used for traditional medicine purposes for centuries.  Tea tree oil is believed to contain compounds such as terpinen-4-ol one of tea tree oil’s major components used as an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant agent. Its antimicrobial property was further studied and was published in the year 2014 and 2016 respectively. This paved way for the use of tea tree oil in making a well-known essential oil, skincare ingredient in dealing with bacterial and fungal skin conditions, and for healing purposes. 

Being a woman sure means a lot of maintenance, but it is what makes being a woman more fun and enjoyable. It has long been our form of self-love and self-expression. Your beauty concern comes from the head down to the toe. Surprisingly, tea tree oil offers plenty of benefits. A holy grail essential for your beauty concerns. 

Excited to reap off all the beauty benefits this wonder oil could offer? Sit back, as  we unfold and give you reasons to start hoarding tea tree oils as early as now: 

Tea tree oil for your acne concerns 

It is without a doubt that acne could take a toll on your confidence. Tea tree oil’s antiseptic properties make it your go-to essential oil in treating acne as it helps naturally occurring skin oils in check. In fact, this study published in the year 2017 showed that tea tree potentially helps reduce the severity of one’s acne. 

In relation to its efficacy in dealing with acne, this comparative study  found that tea tree oil is as effective as treating acne as benzoyl peroxide. 

Tea tree oil in dealing with skin inflammation 

From unwanted insect bites and beyond, tea tree oil is of big help for soothing itching and helps with inflammation. Skin’s exposure to allergens can lead to red, itchy, and irritated skin. This study concluded that topical application of tea tree oil helps reduce the aforementioned skin irritation symptoms. While there are over the counters tea tree oils available for your skin concern. You can as well do-it-yourself at the comfort of your home by simply mixing drops of tea tree oil with olive oil and a tablespoon of melted coconut oil and applying them directly to the inflamed area twice daily to relieve irritations. 

Tea tree for a healthy scalp 

Hair is someone’s crowning glory. You love to style it whatever you want as a form of your self-expression. Your scalp being exposed to chemicals make it prone to a build-up of residues. Tea tree oil being a natural cleanser supports hair health by reducing itchiness, flakiness, and eliminating the accumulation of dead skin layers and scale. Its strong antimicrobial properties make it an effective agent for fungal infections of the scalp.

Dandruff? Sure,  it is not dangerous but all of you would agree that it is somehow annoying and embarrassing. As such, this study concluded that using hair care products containing tea tree oil could give 40% improvement in dandruff with just one week of use and reported to have significant improvements in dandruff severity, itchiness, and greasiness.

Tea tree as a remedy for fungal related conditions 

Tea tree oil has anti-fungal properties making it your go-to essential oil in killing bacteria. Athlete’s foot is one common fungal infection that can spread to toenails and hands where one experienced peeling, cracking, blisters, and redness. The good thing is that tea tree oil has shown promising results in treating this fungal-related skin condition. In fact, this study showed that in a group of 158 people about 72% experienced a positive result and significant improvement in athlete’s foot. 

Tea tree for wound healing 

Tea tree oil may also be your alternative go-to solution in dealing with your wounds. Research has shown that apart from tea tree oil’s ability to reduce inflammation it also does trigger the activities of white blood cells which plays a vital role in the skin’s healing process. 

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