What are the benefits of combining hemp oil with tea tree? Moisturising + regenerating and, moreover, universally applicable. We tell you why this product is one of the products that no household should be without. Learn more about the benefits of hemp oil with tea tree oil and what it can be most useful for.
Composition of hemp oil with tea tree oil
The composition is as pure as nature itself. The oil blend contains only hemp oil and 20% Australian tea tree oil—no other added substances were found in the product.
The product does not contain CBD.
What effect does hemp oil with tea tree oil have?
How does hemp oil with tea tree oil work against acne?
A strong antimicrobial effect is one of the main benefits of tea tree oil. It can help reduce the number of bacteria associated with acne. Combining it with hemp seed oil can enhance this effect and also helps to balance excess sebum production and relieve inflammatory skin reactions.
If you are struggling with severe, festering acne and the combination of hemp oil and tea tree oil is not working for you, we recommend considering CBD cosmetics as an alternative. CBD-based products such as CBD day and night creams as well as CBD regenerating serum can have an enhanced effect due to the CBD cannabidiol.
Soothe irritated skin with hemp oil with tea tree
To soothe your irritated skin, a combination of hemp oil and tea tree oil can be helpful. Tea tree oil is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, which can help soothe irritated skin. On the other hand, hemp seed oil also has
Due to their soothing properties, they are also suitable for treating hives.
The power of natural disinfection
Tea tree oil is a natural disinfectant for minor injuries and after mosquito bites, insects, or ticks. You can also mix it with other oils and water and use it as a natural protection against ticks.
Gentle and careful cleansing of the skin
Tea tree oil is known for its ability to cleanse the skin and remove impurities. When hemp oil is used, its active ingredients can help remove impurities and improve the skin's appearance. The combination of these oils removes impurities and leaves the skin clean and refreshed.
Regulating oily skin
A blend of oils can help regulate excessive sebum production in the skin. Tea tree oil helps restore the skin's natural balance, while hemp oil contains fatty acids that moisturise the skin while reducing excess sebum.
Helps treat skin infections and nail fungus, including infections in the nail bed
The synergistic blend of hemp oil and tea tree oil can effectively help with skin infections and nail fungus, including infections in the nail bed. Tea tree oil is known for its powerful antimicrobial and antifungal properties that fight infections and fungi. The anti-inflammatory and regenerating properties of hemp oil further support the healing process.
How does hemp oil with tea tree help in the treatment of warts?
The combination of hemp oil and tea tree oil is thought to have potential in the treatment of warts, although it should be noted that there is currently no scientific evidence to confirm its effectiveness for this particular purpose.
When it comes to warts, the product uses its antiviral, regenerative and anti-inflammatory properties to aid treatment.
Natural solutions for abrasions and blisters
In addition, thanks to its healing properties, hemp oil can act as a natural solution for abrasions and blisters, promoting faster healing.
How to use hemp oil with tea tree oil?
Apply a sufficient amount to the affected area and gently rub into the skin. Repeat application as needed, for best effect, we recommend a minimum of 3–5 times a day. The oil can be used as a wash, in baths and for topical use on the skin.
If you think of using the oil on cats, we do not recommend it! Tea tree is highly toxic to cats!
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