Tea tree oil has long been used to treat a variety of different problems such as acne, cuts, burns, dandruff, ringworm and infections. This oil can be found in many different products such as shampoo, lotions, creams, soaps and moisturizers. It is quite popular because of its healing proprieties. This oil is made in Australia and is also known as the Melaleuca oil. A plant native to Australia called the Melaleuca Alternifolia, was used in the process of steam distillation to produce the tea tree oil.
Add several drops of this oil to your normal shampoo. Use this daily. It’s said to not only drive the lice away, but it prevents them from returning as well. You’ll notice a significant improvement within a week.
Now tea tree oil cistite has a strong pungent smell and you may think you should rinse it off, but do not! Leave it on so it has the time it needs to kill the bacteria.
You can also use tea tree oil to help treat various hair problems including dandruff. Studies have shown it is very effective in treating mild to moderate dandruff. You can buy specially prepared shampoo or alternatively add a couple of drops of oil to your favorite shampoo. Just make sure it isn’t your current hair products that are causing the dandruff in the first place.
If you’ve got kids, you’ll realize how there’s always a risk of them coming home from school with head lice. Although there are products you can buy that contain chemicals, you could try tea tree oil out first.
Tea tree oil has antiseptic properties which kill the bacteria found in the fungus. Wiping tea tree oil on the affected area with a cotton tip is a great way to kill the germs and bacteria. Make sure that the entire foot is washed clean before application. Use plenty of soap and scrub gently with a scrub or washing cloth.
Tea tree oil can be considered a miracle cure when it comes to healing. It is a considered as highly effective in dealing with scars as well as acne and other skin problems. As time goes by, it has proven itself in doing magic when it comes to skin rejuvenation.