Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree Oil

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  • Tea Tree Oil is obtained from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia.
  • Its native regions are Queensland and South Wales in Australia, and Indigenous Australian tribes have been using it for more than a century.
  • Due to its popularity in removing bacteria and acne from the skin, tea tree oil is frequently used in skincare and cosmetics products, and helps treat skin infections as well as skin disorders.
  • This oil mostly suits oily and acne-prone skin. 


The main components of organic Tea Tree Oil include terpinen-4-ol, y terpinene, 1,8-cineole, a-terpinene, a terpineol, p-cymene, and a-pinene. As a result, organic Tea Tree Oil is a mild sensitizer.


1. Fights acne:
By eliminating the acne-causing bacteria and limiting excessive sebum production, which clogs pores and causes acne, the oil is believed to reduce acne outbreaks when used regularly. It also lessens the redness and swelling brought on by acne.

2. Eliminates whiteheads and blackheads:
Regular application can help eliminate dead skin and encourage the production of new skin cells. It can eliminate blackheads and whiteheads, which are caused by trapped pus, bacteria, and dead skin cells.

3. Anti-infectious:
It is a powerful anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-microbial agent that fights off germs that cause infections or allergies and creates a barrier against microorganisms that cause infections. It also works well to cure bacterial and skin infections such eczema, psoriasis, and dermatitis.

4. Prevents skin allergies:
Tea Tree Oil is a powerful anti-microbial oil that can stop skin allergies brought on by microbes, as well as boils, rashes, and itching. It can also lessen sweating-induced irritation.


Steam distillation of Tea Tree leaves


Fresh, camphor-like aroma

Product color

Pale yellow to colorless

How to use

1. Avoid putting Tea Tree Oil on your skin right away. It's necessary to mix the oil with a carrier oil like almond, coconut, or olive oil
2. Add 12 drops of a carrier oil for every 1 to 2 drops of Tea Tree Oil
3. Avoid putting the oil on your entire face. Only apply it as a spot treatment
4. Avoid mixing the oil into any skincare product that you use on your entire face, including face creams and serums

Things to keep in mind

1. Perform a patch test on your forearm before using Tea Tree Oil to see whether you are allergic to it or not
2. After applying on acne patches, do not cover them
3. Avoid using the oil in conjunction with other acne treatments (especially products containing retinoids, salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, or other active agents)
4. The oil should not be applied more than once per day
5. Never apply the oil on dry, chapped, irritated, or damaged skin
6. If the oil causes your skin to burn, get dry, or become red - stop using it
7. After using Tea Tree Oil, avoid being exposed to the sun
8. Avoid during pregnancy

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