Thursday, December 16, 2010

Tea Tree Oil for skincare





Tea tree oil has anti-bacterial and anti-septic properties. Tea tree oil has many benefits for skin which include moisturizer, cleaner, anti-oxidant, increase the speed of healing and reduce the production of sebum.


These are some of the major benefits of Tea Tree Oil

Diminishes the production of sebum:The tea tree oil reduces the production of sebum in the sebaceous glands thereby reducing the production of bacteria that cause the formation of blemishes on the skin.

Increases the speed of wound healing: The tea tree oil is very effective in wound healing, because of its anti-septic properties. It is very mild to the skin and does not cause any harm to the skin

Moisturizer and cleanser: The tea tree oil is a great moisturizer and cleanser. It opens the clogged pores and removes the bacteria from the skin surface. The tea tree oil is a good cleanser and it removes the dead cells from the skin without causing any harm to it.

Good anti-oxidant: The tea tree oil is great anti-oxidant. It controls the free radicals in the body and boosts the production of collagen. The tea tree oil improves the digestion if taken regularly which is very important for overall health of an individual. It helps to improve the blood circulation which is very important for the overall health of skin.

 It is better to use the tea tree oil in its natural form, as it is pure and beneficial. The greatest benefit of using the tea tree oil is that is causes no side effect to the health. 










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6 comments:

  1. Thanks for the post! I have been using tea tree oil for a few years now for body and home and it works well. I just started using it on my hair in the past year and I am so glad I did!

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  2. I love tea tree oil. I use it for both my hair and skin. I even have my son use it for his face. Sadly, my mom tried it during a facial and found out the hard way that she's allegic - I felt really bad since I was the one that constantly raved about it.

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  3. I also use tea tree oil on my face. I have very oily skin, prone to breakouts and tea tree works magic it keeps my skin glowing and heals any skin conditions that I have. I also use tea tree oil as a deep conditioner and add a few drops to my henna mix.

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  4. Wow!! the great benefits of tea tree oil. Thanks for stopping by

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  5. so sorry about your mom. Thanks for letting us know that it can cause allergic reactions in some people

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