How to use tea tree oil – nature’s wonder in a bottle!
There are so many uses for tea tree oil due to its antiseptic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties… read on to find out how to use tea tree oil in so many ways for your family’s health and around your home.
Tea tree oil for hair
If you suffer from scalp problems such as dandruff or scalp psoriasis, then you know how embarrassing these conditions can be! Tea tree oil is wonderful for these conditions as it’s all natural and doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals.
Tea tree oil for nail fungus
Any type of nail fungus can be an unsightly problem – find out how to use tea tree oil for any type of nail fungus, whether it’s toenail fungus or fingernail fungus. Simple to use and cheap to buy, you can use tea tree oil for fungus treatment if you prefer to not use any chemical based lotions from the pharmacy or drugstore.
Tea tree oil for skin
There are so many uses for tea tree oil on the skin – if you suffer from acne or pimples find out how to use tea tree oil as a natural remedy. Tea tree oil can also help with warts, skin tags, boils, burns and fungal or mite infections such as scabies and ringworm.
We also have a number of articles on how to use tea tree oil for eczema, burns, cuts or rosacea – once you’ve used tea tree oil for any of these skin conditions you’ll never want to go back to artificial products purchased at a chemist.
Tea tree oil for oral care
As long as you’re careful not to swallow the solution, as part of your daily routine you can use tea tree oil for oral care. Find out how to use tea tree oil for mouthwash or toothpaste – it’s super easy to make your own.
Tea tree oil for personal conditions
No-one wants to speak about their embarrassing personal conditions, but you can find out from About Tea Tree Oil how to use tea tree oil for yeast infections such as bacterial vaginosis or Athlete’s foot (commonly known as tinea).
Tea tree oil for cleaning
Find out how to use tea tree oil for household cleaning – use it to remove mold from wet areas such as bathrooms or ceilings, or you can make your own household spray to use for cleaning countertops, kitchen surfaces, shower screens etc. Because of the oil’s natural antibacterial qualities it’s the perfect natural alternative solution for house cleaning.
Tea tree oil for pets
At About Tea Tree Oil we have a number of articles about using tea tree oil on your pets – find out how to use tea tree oil for dogs, in particular to repel and kill fleas along with how to naturally treat dogs ear infections.