Do you have any idea on what tea tree oil is? I know you do, but I do not think you know this. Tea tree oil, also known as Melaleuca Oil is a very effective stuff, and it has so many uses and benefits which I understand is not known to you. Ha! I got you there, right? This is very effective and has essential oils and other constituents.
It’s Function – Tea tree oil works by acting against the thrush-forming yeast through the compromising of the membrane functions of the yeast. An extensive study conducted by the University of Western Australia reveals the step-by-step process. Tea tree oil is easy to use as explained below…
Once you have the right formula of diluted tea tree oil per cistite for your own skin, you can start applying it after you wash your face on a daily basis. Mild cleanser is recommended for face washing, after which you should use a cotton ball to apply the tea tree oil to form a thin layers on your acne. Results are the best if it’s done before you go to bed.
Adding tea tree oil to your regular skin care routine of washing, moisturizing, and exfoliation is the best natural cure for acne, and it won’t cost you a lot.
Apply a lubricant to a top half of a tampon. Then add a few drops of the oil on the tampon and insert into your vagina. The lubricant prevents the tampon from absorbing the oil.
To answer that question, let’s take a closer look at tea tree oil. It is extracted from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia, a plant originally found in Australia. The leaves were used to be a substitute for tea – and that’s why it’s called tea tree. It is full of powerful anti-fungal and anti-bacterial ingredients, which people have been using to treat athlete’s foot, bad mouth breath or body odor. Because it is anti-bacterial, people are using it as a natural home remedy to treat acne and somehow find it effective.
Tea Tree Oil is probably the best natural acne cure available. There is, however, a slight possibility that it won’t work for you! We are all individuals and what causes your acne is unique to you. We are all different.