Read our hints, tips and articles about the best ways to use tea tree oil.

Let’s face it... fungal infections are embarrassing and unsightly. If not treated properly they can become quite painful. A fungal infection typically develops when fungi - known as dermatophytes - burrows in under the nail bed. The fungus will usually get through any opening of the skin or a separation in the nail bed, and if a warm environment is provided the fungus will continue to thrive and grow, causing unsightly and embarrassing nails.

Tea tree oil is often referred to ‘nature’s wonder in a bottle’.... here are 20 great ways to use tea tree oil:-

Often embarrassing and very persistent, fungal infections of the nail can cause pain and discomfort if the condition is not treated effectively. Infection will usually develop when fungi (known as dermatophytes) burrow deep under the nail resulting in thick, crusty-looking discoloured nails.

If you’re sick and tired of spending money on anti-dandruff shampoos that just don’t work, then try tea tree oil as natural dandruff remedy.

Tea Tree Wonders has written an in-depth article about How to use tea tree oil for dandruff.

Tea tree oil is a natural alternative to expensive store-bought creams and lotions. The oil is very effective in treating a number of conditions such as fungal infections, dandruff, athlete’s foot, cuts, burns and many more.

Click here to read 14 Benefits and Uses for Tea Tree Oil from the Healthline website.

Tea tree oil uses

Use tea tree oil to help with dandruff, scalp problems and psoriasis.
Acne, ringworm, burns and cuts can all be treated with tea tree oil.
Nail fungus
Get rid of nail fungus using this natural essential oil.
Head lice
Sick of kids coming home with head lice? Try these home remedies.
Oral care
Make your own mouthwash and toothpaste using tea tree oil.
Kill mold and make your own disinfectants sprays for household cleaning.
Sinus pain, BV, cold sores and yeast infections can be treated.
Tea tree oil can be used to treat fleas and ear infections in dogs.