Manuka essential oil has medicinal properties that primarily targets the skin. It can be mixed with your regular skin regimen for maintenance. It can make the skin look dewy and youthful, minimizing the appearance of discolorations, uneven skin tone, and minor scars.
Remember the general rule in using essential oils, make a small patch test on your skin using a diluted Manuka essential oil. Always dilute it with a mild carrier oil before using. Never apply in eyes or mucus membranes. Many essential oils should not be ingested so you should consult a certified health provider before consuming it internally.
Manuka essential oil can be combined with Clove, Clary Sage, Geranium, Lavender, Lavandin, Marjoram, Oakmoss, Rosemary, Ylang-Ylang, Pine, and Nutmeg. For topical use, dilute and apply directly on the affected area or you may add two to three drops of Manuka essential oil in bath water
For dandruff and itchy scalp, mix 10 drops of Manuka with your regular shampoo, apply to hair, massage your scalp and leave on for at least 5 minutes then rinse.
To treat fungal infection such as onychomycosis and athlete’s foot, dampen a cotton ball with about 10 drops of Manuka oil and dab onto affected areas.
For cuts and wounds, apply pure Manuka essential oil to disinfect and makes healing faster.
To remove body and foot odor, rub some Manuka oil after washing.
To relieve muscle and joint pains and insect bites, apply and massage Manuka essential oil on the affected area. It has properties that relieve pain, itchiness, and swelling.
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I bought this to aid in the healing of a deep cut on my finger which had nine stitches. Once the stitches were removed, I started using it to keep the skin soft so that it heals quicker. It’s working great and also helps relieve the intense itching from the healing process. A nice discovery along the way is that it’s doing wonderful things for my cuticles! Anxious to see what else it will work for!
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