Tea Tree Essential Oil may not be a very popular household name to reckon with, but it is certainly one of the most popular therapeutic oils in use today. Owing to the enormous benefits it brings, Tea Tee Oil is fast finding its place in cosmetic cabinets and topical medicines making it one of the most widely used essential oils.

Origins of Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree Oil - also known as Melaleuca Alternifolia Oil – is native to Australia and commonly cultivated in the similar landscapes of Africa. After much experimentation, in the 1920s, it was discovered that Tea Tree Oil exhibited several antiseptic properties that eventually found its way in the formulation of several skincare products.

 

Benefits

There are several tea tree oil uses and benefits for the skin. It is effective in promoting healthy skin by soothing and healing a broad range of skin ailments. Tea Tree Oil is very effective in the soothing dry skin by reducing itching and irritation. Tea Tree Oil is a powerful ingredient that helps combat oily skin. Sunscreens that contain Tea Tree Oil have proved to show a remarkable improvement in oiliness. Anti-inflammatory properties of Tea Tree Oil give a soothing effect in providing relief to the painful and irritated skin. It also helps in the reduction of redness and swelling. Not only this, Tea Tree Oil has anti-bacterial properties that make it the perfect ointment for healing wounds. Tea Tree Oil is also used in treating dandruff. It does so by helping in getting rid of chemicals and dead skin cells from the scalp leaving it moisturized and healthy promoting growth. A very popular ointment for treating acne due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. It can even help cure acne scars. There are several varieties of Tea Tea Oil available that vary mostly in quality. So before you buy one, it helps to pick an oil that's 100 percent natural without any additives. Another point to remember is that it should have the oil's Latin name Melaleuca Alternifolia and the country of origin printed on the label. Also, also look out for the concentration of Terpinen - the main antiseptic component - which should be in the range of 10 to 40 percent.

 

About the Berkowits Tea Tree Face Wash

Tea Tree Face Wash infused with tea tree oil readily cleanses blemish-prone skin. Its cooling lather soaks in the impurities and excess oil, leaving your skin feeling refreshed and clearer. It significantly reduces oiliness and shines and protect your skin against from acne.

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Conclusion

With regular usage, Tea Tree Oil should be able to deliver results just within a few days when used in the right manner. If you have pre-existing skin conditions, it might take a little longer for the effects to be fully visible. It is recommended that people going for Tea Tree Oil for the first time should get an allergy skin patch test done and use Tea Tree Oil in a diluted form to prevent any kind of skin irritation. You may also opt for beauty products that contain Tea Tree Oil in a balanced proportion to get the most out of it without any side effects and allergies.

 

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