Oily skin care treatment
Tea tree oil is an effective treatment for oily skin care and acne types. This natural product is very versatile and can be used for a number of ailments and conditions.
It is extremely gentle on the skin and prevents infections, clears up pores to prevent clogging of dirt and sebum, and can reduce scarring that commonly occurs with acne. It is a natural antiseptic, germicide, fungicide and antibacterial.
Acne treatment skin care
Many oily and acne types are caused by bacteria. Tea tree oil is known for its healing properties, so this makes this product a popular choice for oily and acne skin.
This skin treatment will blend easily with the skin oil and it alters the chemical barriers of the skin un-inviting for the growth of fungi and other organisms.
This product can be purchased in its pure form, and it is also used as an ingredient in many other products. These products range from medicinal agents to natural skin and beauty care.
Skin care treatment for oily and acne skin can be as easy as applying the oil directly to the active blemishes or excessively oily areas with a cotton swab or it can also be found in a variety of products such as, facial cleansers, toners, spot treatments, gels, creams, masks, overnight treatments, blemish sticks and make-up.
Aromatherapy Magic -Skin care tip
This natural oil can be used also in aromatherapy. A great way to balance out oily skin is by using a blend of essential oil with some coarse sea salt.
Apply the scrub mixture onto your face in circular motions avoiding the eye area. Rinse off with tepid water. The salt aids in exfoliation, while the oil clears the skin, dries up the oily areas and calms the skin.
“Down under” Wonder
The tea tree is native to Australia and northern New South Wales. The oil is obtained by steam distillation of its leaves.
True tea tree oil comes from the Malaeuca tea tree. There are many brands out there that are from inferior trees. Make sure your purchase is genuine.
Enjoy the wonders of this oil – “Natures medicine kit in a bottle.”
Source by Terrie Elliott