How to Use Tea Tree Oil for Pimples, Acne, Scars, Marks
Have you been lately worried about the pimples and acne on the face? I know pimples can be quite irritating and decrease the confidence and makes us conscious of our appearance. But we can still try some natural remedies to cure the pimples on the face so that they heal faster. One such natural ingredient is tea tree oil which can heal the pimple quickly. Tea tree oil also removes the marks and scars caused by pimples.
How Tea tree oil works for Pimple clearing and Marks removal
Tea tree oil is derived from the tea tree leaves and the usage of tea tree oil practice started in the ancient Australia. Tea tree oil has anti bacterial and anti fungal properties which makes it anti septic as well. All these properties are due to the terpenoids like eucalyptol, cineole, viri2.diflorol etc. This oil heals several skin infections which are primarily bacterial and fungal in nature. The chemicals present in this oil also fade and lightens the scars on the face. This oil is a non pore clogging or non comedogenic hence will not clog the pores on the skin thus is very safe and beneficial to be used for the oily, acne prone skin.
How to Use Tea tree oil for Pimples and acne Cure
1. Tea Tree Oil Lotion for pimples
This lotion can be prepared with tea tree oil to get rid of the pimple infection soon from the face. Just take 10 drops of tea tree oil and mix 20 drops of rose water. Now using a cotton pad, apply on the areas of the face where there are pimples. Leave it for overnight. It will kill the pimple forming microbes and skin will clear soon. We do not use undiluted tea tree oil as it can be drying and strong for sensitive skin, thus rose water has been added. You can also add distilled water to make this tea tree treatment for pimples.
2. Tea tree Oil and Honey Face mask for scars
Mix 1 teaspoonful of honey with 7-8 drops of tea tree oil and apply on the face. Keep this for 20 minutes then wash off. This will provide multiple benefits like it will hydrate the skin. Both honey and tea tree will heal the acne and pimples marks. This should be tried 2 times in a week.
3. Tea tree oil Scrub for acne/ pimples
Take 2 teaspoonful of fine sugar and add 2 teaspoonful of honey in it. Mix them and add 5-6 drops of tea tree oil and then mix all of them again. Use this on the face and scrub gently. Be gentle and keep massaging the facial skin. This will remove the dead skin and along with that the scars will also be faded. Sugar has glycolic acid which further expedite the process of smoothening and removing the blemishes from the face.
4. Tea tree oil Facial cleanser
It will be good if you use tea tree oil face wash or neem based cleanser which helps the skin stay pimple free and lessens the chances of getting pimples. You can also add 2 drops of tea tree oil to your cleanser/ face wash and then use that to cleanse the face.
Benefits of Tea tree oil for pimple ,acne and other Skin uses
Tea tree oil eliminates the bacterial infection thus is great remedy for the skin infections in the case of psoriasis, eczema etc.
Using Tea tree oil for pimples will kill the bacteria firm the skin which causes the acne and pimples thus the pimples will be cleared soon.
Tea tree oil has various minerals which will help the scars to fade and sooth the irritated skin.
Tea tree oil can also be applied on the scalp so that it clears off the dandruff which is a fungal infection.
This oil is also used to cure the athlete’s foot and to cure the ingrown toe nail infection.
At the time of shaving, we tend to get minor cuts, thus applying tea tree oil with cotton ball will help the area to sooth and get healed fast.
Tea tree oil is an effective home remedy for insect bites and rashes. Using tea tree oil will help tremendously and the redness and itching will subside.
Tea tree oil is also used in the bath water to get rid of the body odor and minor rashes or bumps.
Tea tree oil can also be used to wash the under arm pits and to get rid of the odor causing bacteria. This oil also makes a good natural remedy for prickly heat that is seen in summers a lot.