Tea tree oil is a light-yellow oil drawn out from a plant in Australia known as melaleuca alternifolia. It has been used for ages by the Australians for all kind of skin disorders such as acne, bruises, coughs, and colds. Tea tree oil can be applied on to the skin and should never be ingested. It has antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, and antiseptic properties. Because it offers a plethora of benefits, many people have often wondered whether tea tree oil can also remove skin tags.
Ah the hot season is here. Time to exchange those baggy pants and huge sweaters for leg-baring shorts and barely there swimsuits. Time to disclose part of the body that hasn’t seen the sun all winter long. Many women would run to cover up rather than acknowledge that she has cellulite or stretch marks. While these circumstances may leave you feeling insecure or ashamed, from a healthy perspective they are rather harmless.
In spite of their name, age spots—AKA liver spots and solar lentigines—may have little to do with age.