Tea tree oil is a natural remedy for pimples. It has unique disinfecting and soothing effects and, unlike other types of treatment, does not remove natural oil from the skin and does not damage it. Once you learn to work with this oil, it will become an indispensable part of your fight against acne.
Apply tea tree oil directly on the pimples. You can apply tea tree oil directly to the pimples. It has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects, so it is a great alternative to aggressive chemicals. Only a small amount of this oil will open your sebaceous glands, disinfect your pores and dry out pimples and other skin imperfections.
Drip a few drops of oil on a cotton swab or swab. Gently apply oil to all pimples and leave on for several hours. The redness of the skin should subside.
Always apply the oil to clean and dry skin.
Always use 100% pure tea tree oil, not products that only contain it.
Use tea tree oil as a home treatment against pimples. If you feel that pure oil is too aggressive for your skin, try making it your own pimple care. Mix it with a few teaspoons of aloe vera gel and apply this mixture to the pimples.
Instead of aloe vera, you can mix tea tree oil with organic honey. Honey also contains antibacterial ingredients and promotes skin healing.
Store these mixtures in lip gloss boxes.
Use tea tree oil as a face mask. You can add a few drops of tea tree oil to a purchased face mask, or to a mask that you make yourself at home. Here are some recipes for homemade masks with tea tree oil.
Mix 3-4 drops of tea tree oil with two tablespoons of green clay powder, which you buy at a health food store. Add water and mix thoroughly. Apply the mask on your entire face and neck and let it work until the clay dries. Finally, rinse with warm water and dry gently.
Mix three drops of tea tree oil with one teaspoon of jojoba oil and mix with half the mashed tomato. Create a thick paste and apply it to clean skin. Leave the mask on for about ten minutes and then rinse with warm water.
Add five drops of tea tree oil to a cup of white yogurt and apply the resulting mixture to your face. After 15-20 minutes, rinse with warm water.
Make a homemade peeling. If you are looking for an effective anti-acne peeling, mix tea tree oil with several natural ingredients. In a small bowl, mix a little sugar, sesame or olive oil, a tablespoon of honey and about 10 drops of tea tree oil. Gently massage your skin with this mixture for about 2-5 minutes. Finally, rinse with warm water and dry.
This peel can be a bit aggressive for people with cystic acne, but is great for people who suffer from mild or moderate acne.
Because tea tree oil and honey do not spoil you, you can make this peeling in large quantities and store it at home.
Add tea tree oil to make-up remover and moisturizer. You can add a few drops of tea tree oil to your regular make-up remover or cream. Use 2-6 drops, depending on how strong the concentration you want to reach. However, be careful not to get the oil in your eyes.
Add a few drops of bath oil. Add a few drops of tea tree oil to the bath and get rid of acne on the chest, back and other parts of the body. In addition, the oil scents your bath beautifully.
When you inhale tea tree oil fumes, you get rid of clogged airways. If you have a cold, give it a try!
Buy products that contain tea tree oil. Many brands produce products that contain tea tree oil. If you feel that pure tea tree oil is too strong for you, buy products that contain it. You can often find it in creams, acne ointments and lotions.