Hope you guys are enjoying the New Year. ☺ Coming to the product that’s up for review today, I am reviewing Kama Ayurveda Tea Tree Essential Oil. If you have acne-prone skin like me, then this review is going to be a great help to you.
Kama’s pure cold pressed tea tree essential oil has a light spicy, pungent aroma. It has antibacterial properties and also increases the immunity level. It may be used for aromatherapy, blended with a carrier oil to make massage oil or used as bath oil.
Do not apply directly on skin, as it is a pure essential oil and may cause an allergic reaction.
Tea tree essential oil.
My Experience with Kama Ayurveda Tea Tree Essential Oil:
My skin type is combination and acne prone. I have been fighting cystic acne for long and finally, I am over it. Even though various products were involved to get rid of acne completely, the star product has been “tea tree oil,” which is well known for its anti-bacterial properties. You may find tea tree oil from different brands, and in fact, I have also bought them from various brands and could never understand the real difference until I bought the one from Kama Ayurveda. This is the purest one I have come across.
Packaging is very ordinary -12 ml is a small plastic bottle with an in-built dropper. Overall, the packaging is fine but I prefer a hand dropper over an inbuilt dropper, as I find better control over the quantity and with inbuilt dropper, it spreads around it and gets wasted.
The smell is very strong. For acne, you do not need to spend on spot treatment cream because tea tree oil beats them all. Just make sure not to put it directly on skin, rather you can use a method which I do or any other method you prefer. Take an ear bud, put it under water so that cotton on the ear bud gets wet and then, take 1-2 drops of tea tree oil on it and just dab on the spot. If you have sensitive skin, you can do this on alternate days until your pimples completely diminishes. It takes 2-3 days for acne to go away completely, but that completely depends from person to person.
If you are using it for the first time, you may feel a little irritation in the eyes, just the way you feel when you apply apple cider vinegar, but then your skin and eyes will get used to it. So why exactly did I say that Kama Ayurveda Tea Tree Essential oil is better, because if you have used tea tree oil earlier, then you would be able to make the difference. While using other brands, I always needed more than 2 drops to really feel that tingling sensation on the skin, but with this Kama one, even with one drop, I could apply it to all the spots at once, I do not need the product again and again.
Not only while applying it on skin, even when you are using it in a diffuser, you can smell it at once with just two to three drops, and it’s very calming.
So there are various benefits of tea tree oil that you can use in your daily life, by mixing it with masks and creams, even shampoo to clear dandruff, and many more ways. If you are searching for pure tea tree essential oil, then I would recommend this one. For me, this essential oil has become a staple product in my skincare.
Pros of Kama Ayurveda Tea Tree Essential Oil:
- Blessing for acne-prone skin.
- Works great as an aromatherapy oil.
- Multipurpose essential oil.
Cons of Kama Ayurveda Tea Tree Essential Oil:
- Might irritate your skin if over/improperly used.
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Kama Ayurveda Tea Tree Essential Oil?
Definitely, this has helped me a lot, it is here to stay.
I think it is a must-have essential oil for everyone, it will definitely tackle at least one your problem, be it hair, skin or health.
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