Skin Care Update – Using Pure Tea Tree Oil for Acne Free Skin
Hi Girls, I’ve come up with my new skin care update! These days I am more on using and experimenting natural stuff than using its counterparts from cosmetic shops! Count them like: Lemon, Tea Tree Oil, Green Tea, Yogurt Face Mask, Honey Hair Mask. Tea Tree Oil is one of the thing which can be found in my cabinet. Yes, I’ve been using it since 2009 to dabbing it on acne whenever I get. After reading a lot about it, I’ve decided to make it as a one of the necessary product from my skin care regimen as well as on other body parts. Regularly using it from 2 months.
I am not the type of girl, using tons of products on the name of Skin Care Regimen. My daily skin care routine simply includes maximum 3 things for Cleaning, Toning and Moisturizing. Some days even this is hard for me to follow 😉
- Cleansing (Ahaglow S)
- Toaning (Tea Tree Oil)
- Moisturising (Dermoz)
Tea Tree Oil: If you’re looking to get rid of pimples, a 5 percent solution of tea tree oil works just as well as the top drugstore acne remedy. Just take a few drops of tea tree oil and dilute it in the clear water and apply to skin once or twice a day with a cotton swab. I found it lil more time consuming so I just used an idea to reuse my Body Mist Bottle and poured the mixture into it. Easy right?? Now every time I wash my face, I’ll just pat dry it and spray few pumps over my face and wait for a minute to use moisturizer. Tadaaa I’m Done! And I must say I’m having the acne free skin ever. Be careful to not overuse it if you’ve sensitive skin.: while gentler than benzoyl peroxide, it can dry out your skin, triggering your body to overproduce its own oils and make your acne worse.
Note: Gals, getting acne free skin is not a one day magic, other factors including hormone fluctuating etc are also responsible to give you the creepy skin ever but if everything is alright, tea tree will surly help to enhance the skin texture.
- To remove makeup
- To soften dry cuticles
- To soothe sores
- To fight foot odor
- To eliminate toenail fungus
- To relieve athlete’s foot
- To treat the chicken pox