Tea Tree Oil for Chicken Pox

Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree oil which is supported by the skin’s own oils and it helps for create a chemical barrier that makes the area inhospitable for potential infectious bacteria. It helps to soothe irritated skin, speeds up the healing process, and helps to minimize scarring. Tea tree oil, which is commonly referred melaleuca oil, comes from the leaves of a tea tree. We hand harvest our tea tree leaves from the foothills of Mount Kenya and then steam-distill these leaves within 12 hours in order to produce the purest, most potent essence. It allows us to offer the best natural solutions that are enriched with natural tea tree oil.

Tea Tree Oil for Chicken Pox

When a chicken pox outbreak occurs, it is most important to nurse the immune system and make the rash as comfortable as possible while it heals. Tea tree oil (melaleuca alternifolia) can provide much-needed relief to the tingling, itching and pain associated with chicken pox, reducing the potential for scarring. Tea tree oil is known for its antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic qualities and can provide effective relief to the inflammation and itching caused by the virus. In addition to its antibacterial properties, tea tree oil also helps to sooth dry, irritated skin. Try adding Tea Tree oil for Chicken Pox to your bath to help sooth your skin reduce the pain and desire to itch your skin. There are also vaccinations for chickenpox these days, it hasn’t gone away completely, and it can be one of the worst illnesses to contract, due to the intense itching it causes. That itching can also lead to the scarring of the skin. To help relieve the itch caused by chickenpox, taking a warm bath with tea tree oil is often recommended.  The constant itching associated with chicken pox often leaves scars behind. Whether you are suffering from the chicken pox or you are looking for a way to fade your scars, Tea Tree oil for Chicken Pox can be helpful. Chicken pox is a common childhood ailment which can be treating by use of tea tree essential oil. The infected person should have the oil applied to each one of their chicken pox. It should be left alone for 15 minutes and then rinsed with warm water and dried. After many applications the chicken pox should disappear.

How to use Tea Tree oil for Chicken Pox

Clean the affected area and apply 1 to 3 drops directly on the rash and allow penetrating for a some moments. Cover it with a cotton ball and bandage if you need. Reapply up to 5 times a day.
For large areas, add 15 to 20 drops to 1 cup of warm water. Soak a soft washcloth in this mixture and then gently place for cover the area. Hold it there until it cools completely and repeat as necessary.
Add 20 to 30 drops in a warm bath or tub to soak affected areas on hands, feet, or for larger rashes on the body. Soak it for 20 minutes and repeat it needed.