Tea Tree Oil for Blemishes

Tea Tree Oil is one of those things that I'm never without. It's a must-have in my medicine cabinet.

Not only is it ideal for clearing up the occasional blemish, but it also has a plethora of other beneficial uses.

*Tea Tree Oil is a natural antiseptic, germicide, antibacterial, and fungicide. Many people use tea tree oil for: athletes foot, cold sores & canker sores, tooth ache & gum infections, mosquito bites, bug repellent, cuts, abrasions, and toe nail infections.

I first discovered Tea Tree Oil many years ago, when someone recommended it for drying up and healing blemishes.

I found it to be extremely effective and have sworn by it ever since.

So many anti-blemish products on the market tend to be too severe. They usually end up leaving the blemish area more irritated and red. However, I found that by using Tea Tree Oil, it's both effective and gentle.


*Apply a small amount of Tea Tee Oil on the end of a Q-Tip and gently dab onto blemish.

*Do this a few times a day (morning and night).

There are many different companies who offer Tea Tree Oil, however, I can highly recommend Desert Essence 100% Pure Australian Tea Tree Oil.

The quality is superb and reasonably priced.

Price: $7.99 (.5 oz.)

You can easily purchase this product in many health food stores, but if you prefer shopping online you can go directly to Desert Essence.

While you’re there, you can also view all the other wonderful Tea Tree Oil products they offer.

And to find out more about the many benefits to Tea Tree Oil, please visit Home Remedies.


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