If you have acne, then you may have already heard of how popular tea tree essential oil is. This essential oil has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties that can help calm any redness you may be experiencing while also reducing swelling and inflammation.

Today, we will go over 5 reasons you should start using tea tree essential oil and how you can easily incorporate this essential oil into your existing skincare routine.

Benefits of Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil can help promote healthy skin and can help treat a variety of different skin issues you may be experiencing. Also, when used topically and diluted with a carrier oil, you will find that it can both soothe and heal the skin.

For Acne

Combine two drops of tea tree oil with 12 drops of carrier oil and apply to a freshly cleansed face and then pat the skin dry. You can also use this mixture to dab onto any blemishes you have and then allow it to dry. It will not only help with acne and the inflammation that comes along with it, but it will also moisturize the skin and help restore the skin’s natural balance of oil.

For Balance

To further balance the skin’s natural oils, you can mix 6 drops of tea tree oil into your moisturizer and then apply it to your entire face. It will replenish the skin’s natural oils, balance your oil levels, and prevent breakouts.

For Skin Fungus

Tea tree oil is also known for its antibacterial and antifungal properties. Add tea tree oil to coconut oil and then use a cotton swab or cotton pad to apply the mixture to the affected area of your skin. Leave it on the area for a few minutes to treat the fungal infection.

For Dry Skin

If you are experiencing itching and irritation due to dry skin or eczema, then tea tree oil mixed with your moisturizer or carrier oil can help. Simply apply the mixture following your shower and at least one more time throughout the day.

For the Hair and Scalp

Tea tree oil can also help with dandruff and can promote healthy hair and growth. Apply tea tree oil and a carrier oil like jojoba to your scalp and allow it to stay in the hair for at least twenty minutes. You can also massage this mixture into your scalp and hair and rinse it off after a few minutes. It can help remove chemicals and dead skin cells from your scalp.

Your Skincare Routine

It is easy to incorporate tea tree oil into your regular skincare routine by simply following our suggestions as outlined above. Mix 4 to 6 drops of tea tree oil with approximately 12 drops of your chosen carrier oil and see the effects for yourself.

Meta: Incorporating tea tree oil into your skincare routine can lead to healthier skin with less inflammation and irritation.


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