4th December 2019


Is tea tree oil antibacterial and antifungal?

Tea tree oil has been used traditionally as a topical antiseptic and antifungal treatment. One study found that a dilution of tea tree oil worked as well as 5% benzoyl peroxide in controlling the symptoms of acne. It appears to be effective with toenail fungus and possibly athlete's foot.

Also question is, is tea tree essential oil antimicrobial?

One such product is tea tree oil (TTO), the volatile essential oil derived mainly from the Australian native plant Melaleuca alternifolia. Employed largely for its antimicrobial properties, TTO is incorporated as the active ingredient in many topical formulations used to treat cutaneous infections.

Is tea tree oil a good disinfectant?

You get the gist: Anything that needs disinfecting, cleaning, or balancing can benefit from tea tree oil. Combine 4-5 drops of oil with 2 cups of water in a spray bottle. Use to clean household surfaces like countertops and kitchen floors.

Is tea tree oil soap antibacterial?

Tea tree antifungal soap smells fresh, rejuvenating and really energizing. It acts as a natural antiseptic, and aids in healing cuts and bruises apart from serious skin infections. Another benefit of using tea tree soap is that it's less costly than using chemical-based antibacterial products.
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