Did you know that a tea tree oil treatment is a safe and effective natural head lice treatment? If you’re looking for an alternative to using dangerous pesticides on your child’s head, take a look at this easy-to-use home remedy.
You can use the oil, after diluting it, by rubbing it into your affected skin with your fingertips in working it into the pimples and blemishes in a a circular motion allowing it to penetrate down into the pores and hair follicles. You can apply tea tree oil before going to bed and rinse it of in the morning.
There are so many uses. Here is a list of some of them. Abrasions, Acne, After Shave, Arthritis, Asthma, Burns, Calluses, Canker Sores, Carbuncles, Chapped Lips, Chicken Pox, Ear aches, Earlobe Cysts, Ear Infections, Eczema, Emphysema, and Flea Bites, Athlete’s Foot, Bug bites. Now, of course this is not a cure for everyone and you should obviously seek medical attention if your problem persists. Make sure if you do use this oil, you clean the area before applying this oil.
Here are two different recipes. The first calls for adding 10 drops of melaleuca oil to about two ounces of a carrier oil. Olive or almond oil is recommended. Or you can dilute 25 drops of lavender essential oil and 25 drops of tea tree oil in about three ounces of carrier oil.
Most people have success with Tea tree oil, but there is a good handful that never seem to agree with it. I believe this is because they simply apply way too much, causing the teebaumöl to dry out there skin. I had this same problem during the first 2 months use, but stuck with it because I believed that it would work. Applying just a little bit is truly the trick.
A good balm with tea tree oil, or some tea tree oil application tree oil on the affected area is sure to help. One company that uses tea tree oil in it’s products has an incredible sun-block lotion that some people report helps keep the mosquitoes away. Others have found Avon’s skin-so-soft to be effective.
For the same reason, many public health officials advocate the use of flower-scented shampoos. These shampoos mask the human smell, which helps eradicate a lice infestation. But more than that, continual and regular use of them may actually help prevent lice from coming back.
Zinc Stearate – A salt derived from zinc. It is used as the base of many mens soap products. It can also provide a soap with a slick feel and can also add color to a soap bar.