TEA TREE OIL FOR ACNE SCARS. SKIN ACNE TYPES
Tea Tree Oil For Acne Scars
- Acne vulgaris (or acne) is a common human skin disease, characterized by areas of skin with seborrhea (scaly red skin), comedones (blackheads and whiteheads), papules (pinheads), pustules (pimples), nodules (large papules) and possibly scarring.
- (Acne Scarring) areas of fibrous tissue that forms in response to acne. Commonly occurs with very intense acne, such as cysts and nodules.
- (Acne scar) Scars due to severe acne. They can range from deep pits to scars that are angular or wavelike in appearance.
- An Australasian flowering shrub or small tree with leaves that are sometimes used for tea
- a tea bush or plant which has been allowed to return to its wild state and grow back into a tree.
- A tree that is a member of the myrtle family. Oil from the tea tree is used in shampoos and skin care products and to treat skin infections. It has been used in some cultures to treat other skin conditions, including acne, burns and insect bites. The scientific name is Melaleuca alternifolia.
- Antiseptic, acne fighter, dandruff fighter
- Any of various thick, viscous, typically flammable liquids that are insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents and are obtained from animals or plants
- A viscous liquid derived from petroleum, esp. for use as a fuel or lubricant
- a slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water
- anoint: administer an oil or ointment to ; often in a religious ceremony of blessing
- cover with oil, as if by rubbing; "oil the wooden surface"
tea tree oil for acne scars - Salicylic Acid
Salicylic Acid 20% Gel Peel - Enhanced with Tea Tree Oil & Green Tea Extract (Professional Chemical Peel)
A professionally formulated skin peel, specifically designed to treat all forms of acne, eliminate blackheads, whiteheads, and help clarify active acne. Cucumber and Chamomile extracts provide synergistic antioxidant & anti-Inflammatory benefits to the skin as well as enhanced sun protection. Tea Tree Oil and Green Tea Extracts contain powerful anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral properties, and has been shown to be effective in killing Propionibacterium acnes, the bacteria directly responsible for acne. Green tea extract also contains polyphenols (powerful antioxidants) which fight to neutralize free radicals, and work to restore a more youthful and vibrant skin, protecting against free radical damage. Why Perfect Image ? Many skin peels being sold today are not made in a professionally facility. This means they are not manufactured under the proper environments and no quality control, assay testing (activity of ingredients), micro testing (bacteria, yeast, mold, other Microorganisms), identity testing (Purity and Identity of Ingredients) and shelf life testing is conducted. This could cause a number of potential health hazards or permanently damage your skin if the product is contaminated. Contamination may occur during manufacturing or by the end-user after the container is opened. Without some antimicrobial properties, products can allow the growth of many different microorganisms. We believe in incorporating natural plant extracts or organic ingredients which promote or aid in the healing, repairing, or protecting of the skin. Each ingredient is hand picked for its unique skin benefiting properties. We also incorporate natural preservatives into each product, as some studies have suggested using parabens as preservatives may cause potential health risks.85%
STS-115 Seaweed,sage bali lime (115gm)
Skin type: Normal to oily-combination skin. Benefits: Seaweed from Bali's' southern tip; Nusa Dua. Richer than any land plant, seaweed is recognized as a complex source of vital minerals, trace elements, proteins and vitamins. The vitamins and minerals nourish the skin helping to "soften" rough, dry skin and help to remove dead skin cells. When included in skin treatments, it has been reported that seaweed assists in the emulsification of fat cells & tissues. Additionally, added nutrient-rich Chlorophyll made from Alfalfa grass. Chlorophyll being rich in many vitamins and minerals works to nourish tired, exposed skin. Chlorophyll's strongest attribute is its ability to accelerate the formation of granulation tissue that forms the base for new tissue growth. The essential oil that have been used blend compliments this soaps healing properties making it an excellent choice for normal to oily-combination, acne-prone skin. Lime essential oil is astringent, antibacterial, and antiseptic; Lime oil balances overactive sebaceous glands that lead to oily or blemished skin, and helps clear acne. It revitalizes under-active and mature skin and helps with cellulite by improving circulation and encouraging the elimination of wastes. Lime oil exfoliates dead skin with a slight peeling action enlivening the complexion. Long-term treatment with lime oil reduces broken capillaries and varicose veins, softens scar tissue and minimizes warts and corns. Lime oil can also strengthen brittle nails and hair. Sage essential oil has been referred to as the "Holy Herb" by the Greeks and Romans because of its wide spread healing uses in folk medicine. Sage oil is antiseptic, reduces perspiration, and stimulates the circulation. It has an estrogen-like active ingredient which tautens the skin. Sage oil is very helpful in healing functional disturbances of the skin and hair. Aromatically Sage is fresh and ÏgreenÓ, spicy and herbaceous, somewhat camphoraceous. Tea tree essential oil is known and accepted internationally as an effective disinfectant, fungicidal, bactericidal, and virucidal. Tea tree oil is used to treat acne, sunburn, dandruff, burns, oily skin, rashes, insect bites, cuts, infected wounds and used regularly will maintain clear, healthy skin. Just as the ocean, SensatiaÌs Seaweed, Sage & Bali Lime handmade soap is fresh, natural and full of life. Ingredients: Extra virgin coconut oil (Cocos Nucifera) palm oil (Elaeis guinensis) water (H2O) soda lye (NaOH) lime cold-pressed (Citrus aurantifolia) sage dalmatian (Salvia officinalis) & tea tree (Melaleuca alternafolia) essential oils, chlorophyll (Medicago sativa) seaweed (Ascophyllum nodosum). Application: Massaging the soap lather on the fatty areas of the body promotes blood circulation and increases the body's metabolic rate. When the pores open during a warm bath or shower, the active ingredients penetrate into the dermis and help to dilate the blood vessels. This contributes to enhanced blood circulation which promotes the breakdown of fats and lipids. Seaweed will soothe damaged or irritated skin, heal minor skin infections, detoxify and cleanse, to help you maintain smooth, firm textured and radiant skin. To indulge in a luxuriously-creamy, aromatic, botanical shower: Wet entire naked body, while breathing deeply begin to lather soap, enjoy the handmade soap texture, wash body thoroughly, rinse with fresh, cool water. Best enjoyed under a tropical waterfall. Store in cool, dry place, free of puddled water or rain. Always recycle.
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tea tree oil for acne scars
Tea tree oil has been used for years in traditional medicine and is very effective due to its ability to effectively fight against bacteria, fungi and viruses - a feat many other ingredients and chemicals cannot do alone. The use of tea tree oil has been the most significant in skincare. From troublesome skin conditions such as eczema and acne, to run of the mill cuts and bruises, tea tree oil is the ideal solution. When used to treat acne, tea tree oil reduces swelling, redness and scarring that commonly occur. This wonder oil even treats athlete's foot. If you suffer from cold sores, a dab of tea tree oil to the area in the early stages prevents the cold sore from getting worse or spreading. Both men and women who shave or wax often can find relief by applying a few drops of tea tree oil to the area to reduce redness or swelling. Massaging the oil into the skin can even eliminate ingrown hairs. Tea Tree Oil can be used daily without causing an imbalance in the natural bacterial flora on the skin. It has been used by the Australian Aborigines since the beginning of time for acne, oily skin, rashes, various infections, fungal diseases, dandruff, and itchy scalp.