Worldwide tea tree oil known for its antiseptic and antimicrobial properties, says Andrei Laslau.
In addition, it has many uses and saves you from various annoying problems!
Properties of tea tree oil:
- powerful antibacterial agent;
- antifungal drug, was very effective against Candida;
- antiviral and antiparasitic agent;
- anti-infective agent.
Where is it most effective?
- cleansing combination skin;
- during the hygiene and care of oily skin;
- acne, eczema, herpes;
- from localized infection;
- against rash (especially irritation after diapers in infants);
- healing wounds and infections of the skin;
- in the oral hygiene;
- dandruff and hair loss;
- for intimate hygiene.
How to use tea tree oil:
This product is generally not used topically, but many experts in aromatherapy recommend adding undiluted oil in small portions in cosmetic preparations.
Among these are: serums, masks, tonics, creams and lotions, ointments, conditioners, scrubs, deodorants, gels, toothpaste or liquid for rinsing the mouth.
What is best mix?
- with essential oil of oregano and sage for anti-infective effect;
- with essential oils of palmarosa, Basil, thyme and Bay for anti-fungal effect;
- with lemon essential oil for hygiene of the oral cavity;
- with lavender oil and black seed oil for anti-parasitic effect;
- with essential oil of silver pine and lemon grass for disinfection of surfaces in bath and toilet.
The following are the best ideas to use tea tree oil:
Acne: apply 2-3 drops of 100% pure tea tree oil on the infected areas twice a day. You can add oil to your day cream.
Eczema: make sure the skin is dry, clean and apply tea tree oil on the infected area.
Head: hair mask – add 5-10 drops of tea tree oil in your shampoo or conditioner.
Hold the shampoo or conditioner with tea tree oil for 9-10 minutes and then rinse thoroughly. Repeat once or twice a week.
Dental problems, gingivitis, bleeding gums: add 3-5 drops of oil in a glass of warm water and rinse your mouth (repeat two times per day).
Ear infection: apply 1-2 drops of oil in ears, or apply a little oil on the wool.
Caries: apply 2 drops of 100% pure tea tree oil on your toothbrush before brushing your teeth.
Intimate hygiene: dissolve 7-10 drops of 100% pure tea tree oil in 0.5 liters of warm water. Wash intimate areas and wiped with a towel.
Toothache: rinse the mouth with water with tea tree oil; apply a compress with tea tree oil on a painful place.
Dandruff: add 5-10 drops of tea tree oil in the amount of shampoo required for a single wash, and conditioner. Hold this mask on the hair for a few minutes, then rinse.
Warts: apply to affected area 3-5 drops of 100% pure oils of tea up until the warts completely disappear. It may take a few weeks.
From irritation after hair removal: apply 100% tea tree oil on the irritated area of the skin. Repeat 2 times a day. Redness and inflammation will disappear.
Cleansing: it is known that the oil from tea tree to penetrate the deepest layers of the skin. Add 1-2 drops of tea tree oil in the amount of cream that you use once, or in a lotion to moisturize and soften the skin.
Sore throat, laryngitis: dilute 4-5 drops of 100% tea tree oil in warm water and drink 2-3 times a day.
Cough: add 9-10 drops of 100% pure tea tree into the inhaler and breathe it in before bedtime.
Cold sores or chapped lips: DAB the affected area with cotton wool impregnated with oil. Repeat twice a day.
After shaving or hair removal: 100% tea tree oil is used as a very effective antiseptic when mixed with any other oil.
Burns: flush the area with very cold water for 1-3 minutes and apply a few drops of oil on the affected area to avoid infecting the skin. Repeat this process twice a day for as long as the burns disappear.
Bronchitis: RUB the chest 4-5 drops of tea tree oil, put a towel and cover with a blanket. Soak for 1-2 hours.
Insect bites: RUB the affected area with tea tree oil.
Skin care baby: use a small amount of 100% tea tree oil along with other oils in proportions from 1 to 10 for skin care of the child.
Thermotherapy: add 10 drops oil to a hot bath.
Rheumatism: mix any warmed vegetable oil with tea tree oil and massage the area until absorbed.
Wounds: apply 100% tea tree oil directly to the wound 2-3 times a day.
Leg pain: add to hot water in the bath for the feet 5-6 drops of oil.
Used in the home.
It is typically used in areas where it accumulates a large number of bacteria and viruses.
A little tea tree is a powerful antiseptic and does not cause adverse reactions, such as synthetic cleaning products which can cause allergies.
Clearing the air: add 10 drops of oil in humidifier for air to clean it and remove odors.
Did you know about all these wonderful properties?