Tea tree oil is a very useful remedy in treating cold sores. It has many benefits that beyond the scope of this article. If you are suffering from cold sores or fever blisters, it is important to understand what this oil is and what the benefits of it are in treating cold mouth sores?

Use of dilute cistite tea tree oil for acne: This is another way of treating acne which is that it can be mixed with grape seed oil, and applied on the face. It cleanses the skin and eliminates bacteria from the face. Also, know that when it is applied, you should not stay too long in the sun.

If you have been looking for a way to treat stubborn dandruff, you can try using tree tea oil. Its anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties make it an active ingredient in several shampoos and soaps. It also works at increasing the volume of hair and as a scalp cleanser.

Thrush is the direct result of an overgrowth of yeast in the body. It mostly causes sores on your tongue and the around the insides of your mouth and results in bad breath when not handled effectively.

Tea oil has becomes popular as a treatment for acne. Five percent of this oil gel extract is comparable to benzoyl peroxide which is a commercial product used for mild to moderate acne.

Tea tree oil is also used in the treatment of cold sores. These are caused by the herpes simplex virus and are usually associated with a compromised immune system. You will know you have cold sores if you develop small blisters around your mouth and you may have a slight fever. Your lymph glands may also be swollen and sore. The oil works in two ways. First of all, if you dab a little on your skin when you get that initial tingling feeling, you may prevent a full breakout from happening. Secondly, the anti viral properties of the oil will help to aid the healing process while at the same time limit infection.

The most compelling case for using tea tree oil for toenail fungus is that it does not seem to create side effects. However this does not mean that some patients are not allergic to the active ingredients. There have been reports of skin rashes and minor irritations. If this is the case, then the patient needs to stop the treatment and consult with their clinician. It is also important that the patient does not forget the basic hygiene recommendations that are crucial to keeping fungus away. The feet need to be washed on a regular basis and they should be free from festering moisture. These are practical steps that should be a routine for the patient.