Tea Tree oil, also known as melaleuca oil, is a concentrated oil from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia; a tree native to Australia. It was introduced to the Western world by Captain James Cook in 1732. Since then it has been used as an antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and as an analgesic for sore muscles. It is still one of the most popular essential oils today. As well as its many medicinal benefits, Tea Tree oil also has a number of benefits for your hair including:
1. Tea Tree Oil Eliminates Dandruff
This condition is often caused by a dry scalp. Because Tea Tree oil moisturizes the scalp and hair, it helps you control dandruff.
2. Tea Tree Oil Helps To Strengthen Hair
Natural Tea Tree oil shampoo will ensure that your hair follicles do not get clogged with harsh chemicals that that can make your hair dry and brittle.
The main reason to take the time to make your own Tea Tree oil shampoo is because you can be sure it contains only natural ingredients. Most store-bought shampoos contain harsh and sometimes toxic chemicals that can be harmful for your hair and skin. For example:
As well as protecting your scalp and hair from harsh chemicals, when you make your own shampoo, you can create a balanced blend that will suit your own particular hair type.
For each recipe, combine the ingredients in a jar, screw the lid on tightly and shake vigorously until they are thoroughly mixed. Store in a cool place, preferably in a dark glass container.
For Dry/Damaged Hair
For Oily Hair
Note: Store in fridge. Shelf life: 1 week
Always shake the shampoo you’ve created well before using. Although it may not create the foamy lather that you are used to with store-bought shampoos, you can rest assured that your homemade shampoo is not only keeping your hair clean and healthy, it is also protecting you from the harmful chemicals found in many manufactured personal hygiene products.
*This information is provided as a courtesy to our customers. Please exercise proper safety when working with essential oils and use them at your own risk. For those new to essential oils, we recommend consulting a certified aromatherapist for individual guidelines as we do not know what conditions, medications and allergies you may have and want to be certain our customers are safe.
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