Tea tree oil is one of the most popular essential oils with numerous benefits. The science of Ayurveda provides evidence about this oil since ancient times. Tea tree oil holds great importance in balancing all Ayurvedic tridoshas – Vata, pitta, and Kapha doshas. Tea tree oil is also known as melaleuca oil is derived from the Australian plant through steam distillation. It is a pale yellow-green or water-white mobile liquid with a warm, fresh, spicy-camphoraceous odor.
Blends well with:
Eucalyptus oil, Lemon oil, Lavender oil, Rosemary oil, Rose oil, and Nutmeg oil
- It is extremely beneficial for your skin and makes it look radiant and glowing.
- Tea tree oil is quite effective against acne because of its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties.
- It is a powerhouse of antioxidants that helps your skin to reduce its dryness and make it smoother.
- It also enters the pores to remove toxins and prevent clogging, reduces and lightens the scars too. It works slowly, but using it for 45 days can be beneficial for your skin.
- The anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties of this oil help to clear infections. It helps to relieve skin irritations and inflammations.
- For wound dressing, you need to place a few drops of oil onto fresh wound dressing to kill bacteria and reduce inflammation.
- As a natural dandruff remedy, you have to mix a few drops of tea tree oil into regular shampoo and wash hair as normal.
- For Acne Treatment, you need to add 4 drops of tea tree oil to a half cup of water. Then, apply it to the face with a cotton pad once daily.
- To cleanse the skin and improve the look of pores, dilute a few drops of Tea Tree Oil and apply to the skin with a clean cotton bud. Tea Tree Oil is also used as a toner for balancing oily skin.