What is the difference between a good hair day and a bad hair day? Tea tree oil! Trust us that is not an overstatement. This essential oil is a wonderful haircare ingredient that can offer many benefits, especially if you have dry and dull hair or dandruff. It is good for the hair and benefits the skin.
However, you should remember a few things before adding tea tree oil to your hair care routine. For example, never apply the essential oil directly to your scalp. Instead, it would help if you mixed it with carrier oils or got a formulation like Mamaearth’s Tea Tree Hair Oil which targets dry hair and dandruff. We welcome you to read more about its benefits in this blog and why you should incorporate it into your everyday routine.
What is tea tree oil?
Australians were the first to discover the benefits of tea tree oil. They used it as an antiseptic to treat boils, burns, and cuts before the world found its multiple uses. It also gets its name from the native Australian practice of making tea out of the leaves of this tree.
It is also known as melaleuca oil, and is extracted by steam-distilling fresh leaves and wood from tea tree shrubs. It contains antibacterial and antiseptic properties and is used to treat insect bites, nail fungus, athlete’s foot, and most commonly, acne.
The essential oil finds use in skin and hair care products, serums, lotions, and soaps. While it is named after tea, you should not consume it orally.
Benefits for all home-based hair care regimens
Did you know that this skincare ingredient is used as a cleanser, makeup remover, hair mask, and face mask? It hydrates the skin and scalp and has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. The following are its benefits for hair:
- Longer and thicker hair
This oil nourishes your hair and unclogs hair follicles, promoting hair regrowth. Use tea tree oil regularly to strengthen hair bonds and aid hair growth. You should massage your scalp with a toxin-free variant of this oil twice a week for the best results.
- Fights dandruff
The oil hydrates and soothes the scalp to reduce itchiness and reduce the chances of flaking. You can make it a part of your winter routine to get rid of dandruff and dead skin from the scalp. It has antibacterial properties that help control dandruff without drying out the hair or making it look too oily.
- Gets rid of head lice
Tea tree oil also keeps your scalp healthy and clean by helping it get rid of lice. Used to treat parasitic infestations, it fights lice effectively, courtesy of its insecticidal properties. Unlike toxin-laden formulations, it does not harm your hair.
- Overall scalp health
Research has proved that this essential oil has natural antibacterial and antifungal properties. It helps maintain healthy hair follicles and a clean scalp. It soothes the scalp to relieve dryness.
Get tea tree-enriched oil to provide nourishment to dry hair
Tea tree oil has benefits for both skin and hair. If you want to treat dry hair and dandruff and are unsure how to use it, you can try Mamaearth’s Tea Tree Hair Oil. It contains the nourishing properties of both tea tree and ginger oil. The two ingredients lend it antibacterial and antifungal properties that get rid of dandruff and itchy scalp.
Mamaearth Tea Tree Hair oil deeply penetrates the scalp, unclogs scalp buildup, and nourishes hair follicles. It fights dandruff-causing bacteria to promote healthy hair growth. In addition to tea tree, it has the following ingredients:
- Ginger oil: The antiseptic nature of ginger fights scalp infections to control dandruff. It promotes hair growth by stimulating hair follicles.
- Bhringraj: Known as ‘kesharaj,’ which means ‘ruler of the hair,’ this wonderful herb has many nutrients – vitamins, antioxidants, and proteins. It controls dandruff and also helps prevent hair loss.
- Salicylic Acid: Generally used to treat acne, salicylic acid enters skin pores to prevent oil buildup and unclogs hair follicles. It checks dandruff and flaky buildup, resulting in healthier hair growth.
Mamaearth’s Tea Tree Hair Oil with Tea Tree and Ginger Oil for Dandruff-Free Hair is dermatologically tested and suitable for all skin types. It does not contain any harmful chemicals or toxins. Some anti-dandruff shampoos can be harsh on the scalp and irritate the skin causing dry hair and scalp and, in some cases, hair loss. Regular use of Tea Tree Hair Oil gives you healthy hair while controlling dandruff and itchiness.
Get healthy and voluminous hair
The next time you shop for hair oils that help control dandruff and dryness, you should consider a tea tree-based hair oil. For example, you can try the Mamaearth Tea Tree Hair oil with Ginger Oil which combines the antibacterial properties of these wonderful ingredients to give you a healthy scalp and beautiful tresses. It also has salicylic acid and bhringraj that are immensely beneficial for the hair cells.
Mamaearth’s Tea Tree Hair Oil helps reduce dandruff and gets rid of pesky flakes. With antifungal and hydrating properties, it deeply penetrates to help soothe an itchy and dry scalp. In addition, the oil nourishes, heals, and conditions the scalp to aid blood flow and encourage hair growth. Mamaearth’s Tea Tree Hair oil is dermatologically tested and suitable for all hair types.
All Mamaearth products are free of toxins and harmful chemicals. They contain no parabens or mineral oil.
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