Ready to zap those zits? I’ll teach you a little bit about Tea Tree oil and how to blast those buggers, just keep reading…

Tea Tree, also known as melaleuca, is made from the melaleuca alternifolia plant which can be found in the United Kingdom and Australia as well as a few other parts of the world. Tea Tree oil has been a commercial industry since the early part of the 20th century when the oil’s antiseptic properties were discovered, pretty cool, right?

Tea Tree oil is one of the most versatile of all of the essential oils out there and offers a huge range of benefits from physical to mental.

Tea Tree is best known for its purifying properties. It can be used to help cleanse and purify the skin and nails and to support a healthy-looking complexion.

Add to water and spray on surfaces for an effective degreaser and cleaning product
Apply directly on skin and nails to relieve irritations and kill germs
Add Tea Tree to any cream to improve complexion and give a soothing effect
Diffuse throughout the home to freshen and purify the air
Use on scalp to break up excess oil
Use to reduce odor from dirty diapers
Freshen laundry
Effective degreaser and cleaning product
Add to water and spray on surfaces for an effective degreaser and cleaning product
Apply 1-2 drops on skin irritations
Add 1-2 drops to your favorite facial cleanser for a cleansing effect
Purify nails by applying 1-2 drops on fingernails and toenails after showering
Add 1-2 drops of oil to your favorite glass spray bottle with water and spray on surfaces for a purifying effect.
Add 1 drop Tea Tree to 2 drops of carrier oil and apply directly on cut or scrape. Cover with a bandage.
Complimentary Oils
Tea Tree oil blends well with Cinnamon, Clary Sage, Clove, Geranium, Lavender, Lemon, Myrrh, Nutmeg, Rosewood, Rosemary and Thyme essential oils.Precautions
Some people have possible skin sensitivity to essential oils. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears and sensitive areas.I’d love to have you reply to this email with your favorite way to use Tea Tree essential oil!
Shopping for skincare products can be overwhelming. With most ingredient lists full of chemicals we’ve never even heard of, how much do we actually know about what we are putting on our skin?

This alternative treatment is easy to make and only contains ingredients that are natural, non-toxic and affordable. It can help zap zits while soothing, detoxifying and moisturizing the skin too.

10 drops Lemon oil
10 drops Lavender oil
10 drops Tea Tree oil
2 tbsp Jojoba oil to fill the remainder of the glass jar
Dropper or oil container that is around 1oz or 30ML
Choose an airtight, glass jar to hold your zit zapper
Pour ingredients into a container and shake gently to mix
Dab a cotton swab into the mix and apply to your stubborn spots in the morning and evening after showering or cleansing the area.