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How tea tree oil repairs your skin

08/06/2015 13:10

Tea tree essential oil, also called Melaleuca oil is derived from a shrub that grows in swampy areas of New South Wales, Australia. This shrub, called the Melaleuca alternifolia, produces the powerful pale and golden colored oil naturally through its twigs and leaves. Tea tree oil has a spicy, strong and highly medicinal scent. It is an anti-bacterial, anit-viral and anti-fungal oil and it helps in fighting various infectious diseases. Tea tree essential oil is also used in many cosmetic products because of its antiseptic nature. 

 Because tea tree essential oil is an antibiotic and a disinfectant, it is highly effective for the treatment of acne. It is also used in the treatment of other skin disorders like blemishes, wounds, pimples, burns, ezcema and psoriasis. Tea tree essential oil helps prevent and stop bacterial growth, which is the reason why it is highly recommended and effective in the treatment skin disorders. It is also an excellent face and neck mask when mixed with aloe vera. In addition, tea tree essential oil helps balance the sebum production within the skin allowing it to remove scars and hydrates the skin.

Acne can be treated very effectively, employing the natural powers of African black soap and tea tree oil together. African black soap helps in alleviating rashes, pimples, blemishes, dry skin, irritations and other skin problems. Used in combination with tea tree oil, along with other practices like eating natural vegetables and avoiding processed food, direct sunlight and stress, you can naturally prevent acne and treat other skin disorders as well. 

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