Tea Tree Oil Pimples, Spots And Acne
Tea Tree Oil for pimples and acne is a very common topic and has been debated for a while on whether it clears skin up and prevent acne breakouts from returning or just works by clearing skin temperamentally. The good news is that Tea Tree oil can and will help your skin if applied correctly. What is acne?
This magical wonder has been around for centuries and comes from a plant in Australia known as the Australian Tea Tree. Due to Tea Tree Oil being a natural remedy and used for Ingrown hairs, athletes foot, cuts/burns and Acne it normally is a safe first option to treat acne because the side affects are minimal. The best natural anti fungal, antibacterial and antimicrobial is Tea Tree Oil and we are going to talk about how it can be used on Spots, Pimples And Skin and see how easy it is to use and how it works wonders on inflammation and bacteria. (Which are very Common for Acne) Many people claim results overnight.
How To use Tea Tree Oil On Spots, Pimples And Acne.
What Actually Happens When Applying Tea Tree Oil (Spots)
Pimples, spots and zits are normally inflamed due to bacteria. When a pimple occurs it is because a pore on the surface of the skin has become blocked or clogged due to sticky oil, bacteria and dead skin cells. This block will cause the pimple, spot or zit to slowly increase in size like a balloon. There is bacteria living on the surface of the skin and this bacteria will work its way into the spot/pimple and flourish inside, resulting in the area becoming inflamed and angry. This results in the picture Below.
When applying Tea Tree Oil on this angry, inflamed area it will:
- Soak deep into pores
- Remove and kill bacteria with its antibacterial
- Help reduce inflammation (red soreness)
- Clean area of excess oil and dead skin cells
- Prevent pimples form coming back
Now, you may be thinking this is a miracle product for acne sufferers but unfortunately not. Some claim to see results overnight where as others within weeks of using Tea Tree Oil On Spots and Acne however it needs to be used correctly otherwise can cause soreness, redness and dry skin if used to regularly. Tea Tree Oil Must Not Be Used Internally and Be Careful If Used Orally. Drinking can cause the brain and body to become confusion, disorientation, excessive sleepiness, hallucinations, and even coma confused and become drowsy. Worst case scenario is a coma a worst case scenario.
If you haven’t already got tea tree oil you can get it here Tea Tree 100% Pure Essential Oil – 10 ml or the one used in this video is
- Remove lid (can be hard)
- Add tea tree oil to cotton bud, cotton pad or tissue
- Dab pimple, spots and red areas with Tea tree oil gently
- Do not apply to much pressure
- Leave on overnight or for as long as possible
Or Alternatively you can:
- If you have a cleanser that you use regularly. Add a few drops and use caution around the eye area.
- 1/4 to a 1/2 of a cup of plain yogurt. Add 4-6 drops and apply to face to make a mask. Leave on for 10-20 minutes (20 preferably) then rinse of with cold water.
- A couple of drops to your bath can be a very easy way to help your acne on your body.
- Can be added to moisturizer but be careful with the eyes again. (Can sting if occurs)
So the question is should you use tea tree oil on your spots? The answer is yes you should try it on your spots pimples and acne because it is working for a high amount of the population and is cheap, natural and easy to use. Just remember not to swallow and enjoy the benefits overnight. Have You Ever Popped A Pimple?
In Conclusion (My Thoughts)
We have talked about the benefits of tea tree oil for spots, acne skin, how to use tea tree and should you really use tea tree oil for spots. Personally I love using tea tree oil on my skin now.
After shooting the video on how to use I purchased a 100% tea tree oil to use before bed because I felt that the 15% just wasn’t ‘doing it for me’. I have been experimenting and using this every 2-3 days just to keep my inflammation acne on my face down and under control. Personally I think this natural antibacterial, anti inflammatory will be used more in the future for acne because of its “quick results” and minimal side effects unlike some of the tropical remedies for acne and spots such as Benzoyl Peroxide which can have worse side effects to the skin over time. How Often Should You Use Tea Tree Oil For Best Benefits For Skin
If your still struggling to find some good Tea Tree Oils I have got some below.
Hope This Helped