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Awesome Uses For Tea Tree Oil

Essential oils have become quite popular over the last few years. However, with all the buzz around them, one of these oils seems to stand out among the rest, tea tree oil! Tea tree oil is a natural remedy that has been used for centuries. Tea tree oil has many different uses and can be applied topically or ingested. Read on to learn some of the awesome uses for tea tree oil!

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Cleaning Your Skin

You can use tea tree oil to clean your skin just as well as any other cleaner you would buy at the store. It’s very beneficial because it kills bacteria and fungi that cause infections on your skin, such as those caused by acne. If you’re worried about overusing tea tree oil on your skin, try diluting it with water into a spray bottle and then spritz it onto areas that need cleaning, such as your face. If you don’t want to put it directly on your skin, you can soak a cotton ball with the diluted tea tree oil and apply it to your face and neck.

Cleaning Your Home

Tea tree oil has practically endless uses around your house! Add about fifteen drops of it to a spray bottle filled with water and use it to clean all sorts of things, including your window panes, kitchen countertops, and even your bathroom tiles. Also, you can mix half a cup (four ounces) of distilled water with one tablespoon each of jojoba oil and tea tree oil in a spray bottle or atomizer, and you’ll have an all-purpose cleaner!

Fighting Bad Breath

Bad breath isn’t just embarrassing; it can also indicate health problems. One way to deal with bad breath is to apply some tea tree oil directly onto the back of your tongue using a cotton swab. Allow it to sit on your tongue for about thirty seconds before you rinse out your mouth and brush your teeth. Repeat this three times a day after every meal if necessary. However, if this method doesn’t work, speak with a doctor or dentist for advice and alternatives that might prove more effective than natural remedies such as tea tree oil.

Soothing Bug Bites

Many people experience bug bites and stings during the summer, so why not use tea tree oil as an excellent remedy? Tea tree essential oil is also an excellent remedy for insect bites, and it’s easy to mix the two oils together in equal parts. Then apply it directly onto any affected areas and feel your skin soothe immediately! 

Reducing Blemishes And Acne

You can also use tea tree oil to treat acne just as well as any expensive topical medications that are available at drugstores. The best way to use it is by mixing half a teaspoon with your regular face wash and scrubbing it onto your skin in circular motions for about two minutes before washing it off with warm water. However, if this method doesn’t work for you, try using undiluted tea tree oil on blemishes instead. Just drip three or four drops onto the problem area and allow the tea tree oil to absorb into your skin. Do this twice daily until you see visible results.

Curing Foot Odor

Do your feet stink after you wear your boots all day? If so, tea tree oil can help you get rid of that annoying odor! First, sprinkle a little bit of baking soda into each shoe and then add five drops of tea tree oil for every two ounces of water. Then, place one ounce of vinegar in a spray bottle and fill the rest with water and tea tree oil before shaking to mix it. Finally, spritz your shoes with this mixture until they’re moist throughout and allow them to sit for at least four hours. 


Tea tree oil really is one of the most beneficial essential oils that you can have in your home. Not only will it keep your skin free of acne and blemishes, but it can also kill ants and reduce dandruff! Just make sure you keep your tea tree oil in a cool, dry place to maintain its potency for over six months.