If you came for the smell, you must stay for the work tea tree oil does on your face. Tea tree oil heals your skin from within and soothes its exterior. From your nails to your hair, your entire body can use a little bit of tea tree oil.
Let’s measure out the playing field and list out its benefits one by one:
Benefits for the skin:
- Tea tree oil’s antiseptic properties combat oily skin and infections, which are the driving forces behind acne and cysts.
- The anti-inflammatory properties of tea tree oil clear up the skin of any infections and make room for the face to rejuvenate.
- Research says that tea tree oil can reduce inflammation and help with nickel sensitivity.
- The antibacterial properties of tea tree oil also cure wounds, cuts, and infection.
- Tea tree oil becomes the first choice for curing acne due to its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties.
With a month use of tea tree oil, I found my redness, inflammation and swelling to go down tremendously.
Hope you will give it a try too!