There is a very close relationship between Lvhuabai and Melaleuca, and many people confuse the two. But in fact, the composition, smell and efficacy of these two plant essential oils are very different, and their curative effects cannot be substituted for each other. It is very important to distinguish between Melaleuca alba and Melaleuca alba, because Melaleuca alba essential oil will irritate the skin, and Melaleuca alba will not irritate the skin and mucous membranes as long as it is properly diluted.
Melaleuca alba oil is a safe essential oil. Because Melaleuca alba oil does not irritate the skin and is a good antiseptic, it is very suitable for soothing skin diseases such as acne and boils. Applying a thin layer of Melaleuca essential oil on the skin can also protect the skin from radiation burns or reduce the degree of skin burns. But because it is also a powerful stimulant, it is best not to use it at night unless it is mixed with lavender and other essential oils that have a strong calming effect, so as not to interfere with sleep.
Most of the essential oils are produced and supplied from Australia. Essential oils can be obtained by distilling the leaves or young branches of Melaleuca alba. The color of the essential oil ranges from light yellow to dark yellow. It has a strong, warm and camphor-like smell, and contains 50% to 60% of eucalyptol, eucalol, terpineol, pinene, and limonene esters.
Skin curative effect : It has antibacterial effect and can help pimples and acne.
Compatible essential oils : fennel, white rosin, juniper, lavender, lemon, lime, myrtle, sweet orange, pine, mint, rosemary, basil, eucalyptus, tea tree, etc.
It is a medium volatile oil.
Botanical name: Melaleuca Quinquenervia
Manufacturing part: Leaf / branch
Extraction method: Distillation
Origin of Origin: Australia
Product information: 100% natural essential oils