The natural benefits of Tea Tree oil

March 30, 2019

The natural benefits of Tea Tree oil

A natural treatment for skin conditions and infections. Tea tree oil has the same effect on blemishes as benzoyl peroxide but without the negative side effects, such as redness and sensitivity.

In 1923 the Australian chemist, Arthur Penfold, discovered the wonderful antiseptic properties of tea tree oil. During World War 2, Australian soldiers carried this amazing oil in their first aid kits.

Apply tea tree oil directly onto boils, cuts, sores and insect bites. This protects against infection. It also helps heal wounds quickly and diminishes scars and marks left by acne. 

Tea tree oil helps minimise the symptoms of viral infections such as colds, influenza, mumps and measles.

 

Cough and Congestion Relief

Diluted with a carrier oil or coconut oil and applied to the chest to inhale during sleep, to provide relief from coughs and congestion. 

 

Hair Care

Excellent in the treatment of dry, flaky skin, tea tree oil will help get rid of dandruff as it increases circulation, stimulating hair follicles. 

 

A Natural Insecticide

Tired of bugs and mosquitoes? Tea tree oil will help keep them away.

 

Anti-inflammatory Properties

It is excellent to relieve any type of skin inflammation and excellent in the treatment of eczema and psoriasis. 

 

No More Toenail Fungus

Tea tree oil is perfect for treating toenail fungus and athlete’s foot due to its powerful antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.

 

Household Cleaning

Its powerful antimicrobial properties will help kill bad bacteria in your home. 

 

Diffuse

Using a diffuser in your home, add tea tree oil to kill bad bacteria. 

  

The uses of this incredible oil are truly endless! Ditch the harmful chemicals and try this all natural alternative instead! Contact Aromatic Ingredients today to pick up our oil of the month Tea Tree essential oil.

 


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