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The Evil Queen in Snow White must’ve been real insecure. Her magic mirror insisted that the low-born bachelorette, Snow White, was indeed far prettier than the Evil Queen. This revelation alone compelled her to eliminate Snow White from the beauty equation and take the crown as the “fairest of them all”. Our first instinct is to scorn the Evil Queen for her petty transgressions. I mean, who would go through all that trouble just to prove that they’re the most beautiful? But, if you think about it, we can definitely relate.

If you suffer with any mild to severe skin condition, you know that as soon as you look into the mirror, it’s a fest of unforgiving thoughts. From simple skin irritations to pesky blemishes or imperfections, we often criticize ourselves and compare our faces to those without noticeable skin conditions. What if I told you there’s a way to manage your skin issues? That your world isn’t all angry red pimples and ugly facial scars?

The solution comes in a little amber bottle.

Melaleuca, more commonly known as Tea Tree, is a medicinal myrtle plant that is used for an assortment of health issues. It dates way back to the aborigines of Australia where they would apply the crushed leaves to their faces for its anti-septic and anti-fungal benefits. Melaleuca oil is known for its cleansing properties. It can purify the nails and skins as well as support a healthy complexion. However, when taken internally, Melaleuca may promote healthy immune function.

Tea Tree’s most renowned for its effects on the skin. Its anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-septic properties can mitigate various skin conditions such as irritation, discomfort, and blemishes. The research on WHY Melaleuca is an effective remedy for treating skin conditions is well-documented. Scientists have found that among the many chemical components of tea tree oil is an antimicrobial one called terpinen-4-ol which is responsible for destroying a broad range of bacteria that causes skin infections and inflammation. It kills of bacteria that causes pores to become infected, reduces the redness of inflamed pimples, and dries up excess sebum from the skin.

You can use Melaleuca directly from the bottle to the face. One-to-two drops may be used to cover the infected area. Furthermore, as previously mentioned, Melaleuca is great for the immune system. Add one-to-two drops to a veggie capsule for a boost in immune function. You can also apply one-to-two drops to your nails to maintain a healthy complexion.

Melaleuca may cause skin sensitivity. Also, keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.

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Jayden Almeida has been the head blogger of Essentially Sp’OILed for Life since 2019. Her passion is to help readers understand the benefits of essential oils to achieve a happier and healthier lifestyle. In addition to writing for ESFL, Jayden’s also a novice author determined to publish her own series of literature.

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