Tea Tree Essential Oil

Aromatherapy Guide

Tea tree pure essential oil

Tea Tree essential oil is one of the most famous aromatherapy pure essential oils, known for its antimicrobial qualities.

It is a wonderful versatile essential oil to keep in your first-aid kit.

Tea Tree Essential Oil Uses

1. Skin Blemish and Acne 

As a powerful, natural antibacterial, it inhibits a broad spectrum of bacteria, cleanses and protects skin blemishes.

Using a cotton bud apply one drop of Tea Tree Oil directly on blemish spot, once a day after washing your face.
If your skin is sensitive, first dilute one drop of Tea Tree Oil in 1/2 teaspoon carrier oil and apply the mixture on your skin.

2. Strong deodorizing action

You can make a room spray by combining 300ml water, 1 tbsp sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) and 10 drops of tea tree oil.
Mix well and spray around the house.

3. Athlete’s foot

Athlete’s foot is a common fungal infection that affects the feet. Tea tree essential oil mixed coconut oil or shea butter as a base can help to treat athlete’s foot.

4. Cystitis

Cystitis is inflammation of the bladder, usually caused by a bladder infection. Tea tree can help to fight cystitis. 

You can add a few drops to your bath. When adding essential oil to the bath always dilute the essential oil first in a carrier oil, to minimise the risk of skin reaction.

Safety usage 

One of the active ingredients in this oil called terpinen-4-ol (30%) that is not suitable for people with sensitive skin.

You should always dilute this oil before applying it on your skin. 

In general, it is non-irritant in dilutions of less than 10 per cent. Non-toxic externally.


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