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5. Wound healing
Tea tree oil can also be used to treat small superficial injuries on your skin. First, clean the wound using water and soap before applying a solution comprising one drop of tea tree oil and a teaspoon of coconut oil. Rinse off the solution and repeat the process two to three times a day if needed.
Alternatively, you can drizzle the tea tree oil and coconut oil mixture onto a bandage before using it to cover the wound.
Tea tree oil has also proven to be a useful cure for warts. Apply undiluted tea tree oil to the affected area once or twice a day until the wart has disappeared.
7. Cleaning agent
With its antibacterial properties, tea tree oil is excellent as a cleaning agent and disinfectant. Use a mixture of tea tree oil, water, vinegar, and lemon oil to clean your shower, sinks, and kitchen countertops.
Thanks to the antibacterial properties already mentioned, tea tree oil is also good at eliminating smells caused by bacteria. Mix tea tree oil, coconut oil, and baking powder to create a deodorant.
A mixture of tea tree oil and lemon oil also rids shoes of unpleasant odors.
9. Insect spray
Since the oil's aroma provides the tea tree with natural protection against pests, the mere smell of tea tree oil is enough to keep insects away. Add twenty drops of tea tree oil to a spray bottle and fill it with water. After shaking well, spray any areas where those annoying little bugs could be hiding out.
As well as being a nightmare for head lice, tea tree oil helps to keep your scalp dry and free of dandruff. For the best results, mix a few drops of tea tree oil with aloe vera gel, coconut milk and any other essential oils (such as lavender oil) to create your own shampoo.
As you can see, tea tree oil can be a useful weapon at home and a serious alternative to various conventional medical treatments. If you have any doubts, consult your doctor or pharmacist to find out whether tea tree oil can help you.
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