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The Top 4 Nourishing Benefits Of Tea Tree Oil | Naturbon Online Store

The Top 4 Nourishing Benefits Of Tea Tree Oil

  • Naturbon Store
  • Jun, 26 , 21


Did you know that tea tree oil is a miraculous ingredient in natural skin care products that heals the skin/scalp and brings anti-microbial benefits that keeps the skin healthy looking.


If your locks are getting dry and brittle, the problem is probably skin/scalp deep. A scalp that is overly dry with parasites or diseased cannot provide enough nourishment to keep hair healthy.  Similarly, skin that is super sensitive cannot remain blemish free. This is where tea tree oil proves to be invaluable.

This remarkable multi-use oil is was discovered Australia and New South Wales and has been used as an organic remedy for hair and skin health for years. In fact, that is one of the main reasons why it is a key ingredient in several beauty products such as cleansers and skin creams.

Here are some reasons why tea tree oil is considered to be particularly efficient for hair and skin care:

1.    Moisturizes the Scalp

A dry scalp can cause dandruff and even contract certain types of eczema such as seborrheic dermatitis, which results in scaly patches. Hair care products that contain this oil as a dominant ingredient can alleviate dryness thus nipping such conditions in the bud.

Since it has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, the oil also eases itchiness, which can otherwise lead to scratching that can aggravate an already sensitive and flaky scalp. In other words, tea tree oil acts as a natural conditioner for the scalp rather than your locks. In nourishing the skin it provides hair follicles a healthy foundation to grow long and strong.

2.    Prevents Hair Loss

Dandruff is one of the main culprits of hair loss. The white and flaky substance can block pores and prevent hair from getting the protein it needs to remain healthy. Plus, a dandruff-infected scalp can get inflamed and itchy. Scratch it and weak hair strands will start to break off.

Conditioners that contain tea tree oil such as the MANBON  Invigorating Natural Tea Tree Conditioner, can sooth the scalp, eliminate dandruff and even rejuvenate dry and brittle locks. The result? With time, the oil can stop excessive hair fall besides the normal cycle that our hair grows through to remain healthy. The oil cleanses pores of excess sebum which can otherwise weaken hair roots and cause chronic hair fall.

3.    Keeps Parasites at Bay

A head lice infestation can not only ruin hair health, it can also result in anemia. Tea tree oil contains 1,8-cineole and terpinen-4-ol, two components that are well known for their insecticidal properties. A regular dose of the oil can not only kill nymphs and lice, it can weaken the grip their eggs have on hair strands.

Both components actually loosen that vice-like grip that eggs have and which can then be removed easily with a fine-tooth comb. Since it is a beneficial oil for hair growth as well, the oil also nourishes the damaged skin that lice leave behind for healthy hair growth.

4.    Prevents Acne

Tea tree oil has anti microbial properties that not only cleans out pores, but as a result, also keeps acne at bay. It does that by calming swelling, redness and inflammation. In fact, it can also reduce acne scars leaving you with smooth and clear skin.

Besides being an anti inflammatory, tea tree oil also relieves the discomfort of itchy skin by soothing ultra-responsive derma and healing infections. A cleanser that contains this ingredient should be part of your skin care regime if you have sensitive skin.

Hair and skin care products that contain this miraculous oil should also contain other organic ingredients that can boost its effectiveness. Our all-natural beauty line offers products that boast this quality and more. Place your orders today!


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