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Tea tree oil has been used for years in traditional medicine and is very effective due to its ability to effectively fight against bacteria, fungi and viruses - a feat many other ingredients and chemicals cannot do alone. The use of tea tree oil has been the most significant in skincare. From troublesome skin conditions such as eczema and acne, to run of the mill cuts and bruises, tea tree oil is the ideal solution. When used to treat acne, tea tree oil reduces swelling, redness and scarring that commonly occur. This wonder oil even treats athlete's foot. If you suffer from cold sores, a dab of tea tree oil to the area in the early stages prevents the cold sore from getting worse or spreading. Both men and women who shave or wax often can find relief by applying a few drops of tea tree oil to the area to reduce redness or swelling. Massaging the oil into the skin can even eliminate ingrown hairs. Tea Tree Oil can be used daily without causing an imbalance in the natural bacterial flora on the skin. It has been used by the Australian Aborigines since the beginning of time for acne, oily skin, rashes, various infections, fungal diseases, dandruff, and itchy scalp.
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We use Plantlife for everything, saps, oils whatever they sell. Tea Tree oil is just one of many they sell, we use it for insect bites, scrapes, cuts, my grand daughter uses it on... Read morePublished 2 months ago by GhettoCher
I am using the tea tree oil for fingernail fungus. It is to be applied 2 x a day. I am still working on it.Published 6 months ago by B.N.
Product appears okay but gave me an allergic reaction. May not work that way on normal people.Published 7 months ago by Knaveheartt
It is a slow process, but the tea tree oil does seem to have a slight effect.Published 9 months ago by robert m