Victoria Feru: She uses a very, very small amount which can be increased or decreased depending on oily or dry skin.
cnith2: oh and honey! I forgot, I also add in honey. I make a paste with all the ingredients. I also eat turmeric and that helps with my aches and pains. :)
cnith2: if you use besan (chickpea flour) and/or olive oil it stains way less! I used to be like omg be careful with turmeric or you'll be yellow for weeks! (my skin loves pigment, it keeps henna for almost a year!)
I use the turmeric with besan, olive oil, milk and I stain very little! Plus my skin is baby butt soft!! TRY it! :D
Sara Sharifi: this is just partially true - yes, you can use tea tree oil directly on your skin, but in a long term it can be quite aggressive and can dry out your skin (especially the sensitive one), just like the video says, so it is much wiser to use it along with the carrier oil, for both tea tree oil's aggressiveness and synergy it accomplishes with other oils.
taniitatania: I use Greek yogurt and Turmeric , they work wonderful , and the best part is that using turmeric with yogurt the turmeric doesn't stain the skin which us awesome :)
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Tina Jones: Yep. smiles. Thanks for commenting.
cg0609: tee tree oil does NOT need a carrier oil...is one of the very few essential oils that do not need carrier...another one is lavander...
Tina Jones: of course one has to be careful. I suggest using a q-tip as shown or it will definately cause flaking.."This" video was to show there was something better than tee tree oil for me.
soph e: DO NOTTTTTTTTT DO THIS. TEA TREE OIL WILL DRY OUT YOUR FACE LIKE THE SAHARA DESERT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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