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TEA TREE OIL

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TEA TREE OIL
> Tea tree oil was commonly used by the Aboriginal people of Australia for thousand of years.

> They used the leaves as an antiseptic and antifungal by crushing it and making it as a mudpack
> The wonderful plant does not have any name until 1770.

> It was named "Tea Tree" by the British Royal Navy, Captain James Cook and his crew who set down from the H.M.S. Endeavor at Botany Bay, Australia landing near to the eventual site of present day Sydney.


> The plant’s medicinal properties remained a secret with the Australian aboriginal people until the early 1920s, when, a Sydney Australia chemist, Dr. Arthur Penfold, researched its antiseptic properties.
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ARDIAN SESARINA H.

GRACELLYA MARSHA A.

VERNA RESTIANA
HISTORY, BENEFITS AND
FACTS OF USING TEA TREE OIL
FOR SKIN AND HAIR

> It was considered as the essential first aid kit for their armed forces by the Australian Government during World War II

> Unfortunately, tea tree oil lose its appeal everywhere except Australia due to the increased used of pharmaceutical antibiotics

> Tea tree oil regain its popularity in 1960 with a recharge around its research
Promotes Glowing Skin.

Tea tree oil is not harsh, causing excessive dryness,peeling the skin, or any redness.
Prevents Acne

Tea tree oil contains anti-microbial properties
which helps to prevent and treat acne whether
its on the face, arms, back, or chest. Because it
penetrates deep into the pores to remove
toxins and prevent clogging. It also helps to reduce inflammation and lighten scars.
HISTORY
According to a study published in the British Medical Journal, tea tree oil is a powerful disinfectant and is non poisonous and gentle. Also it can treats cuts, infections, and scars
Based on a study published in the Journal of Dermatological Sciences, tea tree oil has the ability to fight cancer. It has a rapid effect reducing cancerous tumors.
BENEFITS FOR SKIN
> Reduces Hair Fall
tea tree oil helps in promoting healthy,
strong hair. Also it can prevent or
treat hair fall

> For Daily Cleansing
by dding a few drops of tea tree oil to the
shampoo. This will help to enhance the
shampoo’s therapeutic properties.

> For Hair Growth
helps to unclog hair
follicles and nourish your roots.
Treats cuts, infections, and scars
Fights skin cancer
BENEFITS FOR HAIR
> For Dry Scalp
moisturizes and nourishes scalp and hair.
It helps to clear the blockages in the pores and helps to prevent dryness and itching. Tea tree oil can also be added to your regular conditioner to help relieve the itchiness caused by dry scalp.

> For Dandruff
Tea tree oil contains antifungal and antibacterial properties that fight against the fungus that causes dandruff. It works as a natural conditioner and eliminates any agents
that are causing your skin to flake.

> Hot Oil Treatment
Tea tree oil can be added to any
hot oil treatments to add moisture
and help to treat dryness/itchiness on scalp

> Hair mask
can be used in a hair mask to help eliminate
dandruff, dryness, and itchy skin.

TIPS, TRICKS AND
FACTS OF USING TEA TREE OIL FOR HAIR
- Tea tree oil can be used on any type of hair, no matter what style, texture, or length
- Tea tree oil on its own is quite strong, so be
sure to dissolve the oil into another carrier oil
( coconut, jojoba, or olive) before applying to
your scalp or hair. When applied in its undiluted
form, tea tree oil can actually be very irritating
and can cause itching and dryness. Stop
using the tea tree oil if you notice
redness, rash, or irritation.
- Tea tree oil can cause allergies in some people,
Try a patch test first with diluted solution before applying it to scalp or hair
- Make sure that only using a few drops of tea tree oil to carrier oil, or if using shampoo/conditioner, adding only 10 drops for every 8 ounces of shampoo/conditioner
- there are many tea tree oil based hair products,
eg. shampoos, conditioners, hair oils, dandruff
shampoos on the market now .
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