How to use tea tree oil for acne

tea tree oil for acne

Having an extremely oily skin, I believe that’s what causes acne and blackheads on my face. I have earlier tried the body shop tea tree face wash and the body shop tea tree face toner, which I found really soothing on my skin. Can’t really say if that helped to get rid of my face acne, but yes, it did helped in controlling acne to a large extent. So when I ran out of these products, I decided to try tea tree oil for acne. Knowing the amazing benefits of tea tree oil I decided to try it in my daily beauty regime. Tea tree oil is antibacterial, antifungal, and had antiseptic properties which works really great on acne prone skin. So today, I be sharing with you’ll three ways that I use tea tree oil to treat acne. If you are using tea tree for the first time I suggest you do a patch test or use the below acne remedy tips as spot treatment.

Use tea tree oil as Face Toner:

tea tree oil for acne

Grab
  • 1 cup water
  • 6-7  drops tea tree oil
  • Spray bottle
  • Cotton pad
Next:
  1. Add drops of the oil to the water and mix well and pour it into the spray bottle..
  2. Spray it on your face after washing your face or just use a cotton pad to apply the concoction evenly on face.
  3. You can leave it on for 20-25 minutes, once dried,you can apply a moisturizer.

I prefer to spray it over my face before going to bed. If you want to use it as a spot treatment, you can  add drops of tea tree oil on a cotton bud and gently press it against the acne, pimples, or spots. Leave it on for a couple of hours or overnight to reduce the redness and swelling.

 Lemon And tea tree oil For Acne

tea tree oil for acne

Grab:
  • 1-2 teaspoons lemon juice
  • 4-5 drops tea tree oil
Next:
  1. Mix the ingredient well and apply it on the affected area.
  2. You can leave it on for 15 minutes.
  3. Wash your face pat dry.

                                                                    Aloevera And Tea Tree Oil For Acne:

tea tree oil for acne

Grab:

1-1 1/2 teaspoons fresh aloe vera gel

2-3 drops tea tree oil

Cotton swab or pad

Next:
  1. After mixing both the ingredients, apply it on the acne affected area with the help of a cotton swab.
  2. Let it dry . Wash it off with lukewarm water once it’s dried.
  3. Follow up by applying a good moisturizer.
  4. You can leave this mask overnight if you wish to.

Acne is caused by various reasons. It could be due to hormonal changes, poor lifestyle,stress, pollution, oily skin or anything. Before you begin with any home remedies think of the factors that is causing sudden acne breakouts on your skin. Knowing the reason behind the breakouts will help you get rid of the acne faster.




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13 Comments

  1. These simple tips are definitely coming in handy for next time when i get an acne breakout. Thank you for sharing this.

  2. Tea tree oil is really wonderful oil for skin. I will tea tree oil and aloe vera on my skin as it is oily and i really love aloe vera gel.

  3. Great remedy for acne, tea tree oil can cure Acne??? wow! I have just read about this now! When I hd acne before I went crazy just to find Solvederm while their was a bottle of Tea Tree Oil just sitting on our kithcen counter. It could have saved my a lot of time and effort

  4. I am suffering from acne for the past so many years. Will definitely try these out

  5. Tea tree oil is one of those amazing things that has multiple uses. I had never heard of it being used for acne. I don’t really suffer from acne anymore, but when I was a teen and in my early 20s, getting acne was a nightmare. I wish I had known about it back then!

  6. i love using tea tree oil as well. it rly helps me w/ my breakouts!
    and i feel like it also helps me w/ some dry areas on my skin

  7. Wow, tea tree oil is definitely a solution that I have never heard for acne. I personally am trying to get clear skin at the moment so something like this may definitely help!

  8. I swear by tea tree oil! It is such a powerful antiseptic. I always have it for gargling in water when I have a sore throat and for cuts and scrapes too.

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