Beating Acne... and Warts

If you have been following my posts, I'm sure you've read about my aspirin/lemon juice tip on erasing blemishes. Now here's another one for pimples... tea tree oil. It's a chemical-free alternative that works overnight to remove blemishes. To do: Apply a drop or two of tea tree oil on pimple before before bedtime. The oil contains terpinen-4-ol, an antimicrobial that is as effective as benzoyl peroxide. And because it's chemical-free, it doesn't cause dryness or irritation. Another perk? The soothing scent can help you relax as you fall asleep. Here's more, just last night, I read that the oil also works for warts. Not as fast as with pimples though. Apparently, it would take two to three weeks for treating warts.

Thank You FC!!!

KARELTJE en ikke !!!


Anya said...

I have tea tree oil at home
it helps for sooo many things :)
You have always such a informative post :))))))
Thanks Lisa for your tips always

Kloggers/Polly said...

Hi - I love reading your posts - they are full of some really good tips - I could have done with access to this information when I was in my teens. It's strange how some people get spots especially when they are young whilst others never expeience them.

Beng Gee said...

Naku, finally I can treat my little wart in my toenail. Try ko talaga ito Liz. Thanks again s helpful tips mo.

Ria said...

Effective nga yang Tea Tree Oil. I use it one in a while when I get breakouts during seasonal change. I use Bodyshop's Tea Tree Oil Blemish Spot remover.

Sheila Sultani said...

I LOVE Tead Tree oil. I bought a bottle at the nail salon, they use it for so many different things there - they add it to water and spray it on hair. It's used to treat nail fungus if you have artificial nails. It smells so good I keep it at my desk so I can just sniff it every once in a while.

nancy said...

salamat naman at di ko na kelangan ang ganito.

That tea tree oil smells really great. like sheila i can have it for just an occasional sniff too, hehe!

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