3 uses and benefits of tea tree essential oil

Have you heard of tea tree essential oil? Derived from the leaves of the tea tree, Melaleuca alternifolia, it has wonderful properties. When used in the right way, it can be a great alternative to conventional treatment. Let’s discover 3 of its precious benefits and uses. 

3 benefits and uses of tea tree essential oil

Acne. A common inconvenience many teenagers and adults face. Either due to excess sebum, hormone or medicine uptake or even genetics, it can sometimes be unattractive. Fortunately, tea tree oil is famous for its effects against acne. Thanks to its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, it can help you get rid of spots. It may also calm redness, swelling and inflammation. First, mix one drop of essential oil in a little bit of carrier oil (like coconut or almond oil, to avoid dryness). After mixing well, apply on the spot in the morning and in the evening.

Ear, nose and throat (ENT) disorders. Who doesn’t get sick when the temperatures start to change? When our throat hurts, we tend to rush at chemical sirups and nose sprays. But what if nature could simply help us? Here again, tea tree essential oil can help you get better. A sore throat? Try to put 2 to 3 drops of tea tree oil in a teaspoon of honey. Stuffy nose? Why not using this essential oil in a diffuser? You can also put a few drop in hot water and inhale it for a few minutes.

Wound healing. Wounds may scratch or look unattractive. Why not trying to decrease healing time? When changing your dressing, don’t hesitate to combine your conventional treatment with fumes of essential tea tree oil and if you’re into aromatherapy, discover the medicinal benefits of tea tree essential oil.

Contraindications for tea tree essential oil

Even if pure essential oils are natural, they can be really strong and have side effects when used in the wrong way. Therefore, always make sure you take your doctor’s advice before using anything new on your skin or orally. We also advise you to test essential oils on your arm 24h before using them on your face. Finally, tea tree oil is not recommended for epileptic people, children under 6 years and pregnant women.

Why you should go for eco-labelled tea tree essential oil

One last tip: go for eco-labelled tea tree essential oil. Ecolabels will ensure your essential oil is pure and completely natural. Indeed, synthetic perfumes, colorants and other chemical substances are forbidden. Ecogarantie certified essential oils are also 100% organic and are not derived from protected species. Finally, the production processes must respect the naturally active substances of the plant.

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