When used topically, Tea Tree Oil is believed to be antibacterial. Tea Tree Oil is commonly used to treat acne, lice, and insect bites.
As it kills dangerous virus and bacteria, Tea TreeÂ oil is used to make sanitizer and mask products.
Tea Tree oil can be used to treat conditions and symptoms that affect skin, nails, and hair. It can also be used as a deodorant, insect repellent, or mouthwash.
When used topically, Tea Tree oil can treat certain skin conditions or improve the overall appearance of theÂ skin.
- The antiseptic properties of Tea Tree oil may contribute to its ability to combatÂ oily skin.
- The anti-inflammatory properties of Tea Tree oil make it useful in relieving the discomfort ofÂ itchy skin.
- It soothes the skin and can also help heal infections that cause itchy skin.
- It also helps to reduce redness and swelling.
Tea Tree oil can be used to treatÂ dandruffÂ by removing chemicals and dead skin cells from the scalp. Using Tea Tree oil on the hair may help it to stay healthy and moisturized, promoting optimal growth.
Tea Tree oil is obtained by steam distillation of leaves and twigs of the plantÂ Melaleuca alternifolia.
Tea Tree oil is active against infectious organisms like bacteria, fungi and virus.Â This may help in acne, blisters, burns, cold, dandruff, insect bites, rashes, warts, wounds, fever etc.
It is also beneficial for respiratory and infectious diseases.
Tea Tree Oil is used in cosmetics and body wash.
It is non toxic, non irritant and possible sensitization in some individuals.