Herbal Science Tea Tree Cream

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WHAT IS HERBAL SCIENCE TEA TREE CREAM? Tea tree cream is a care support cream developed in order to establish the sebum balance that the skin needs, to prevent and control the lubrication and skin problems that may develop in parallel with the balance it establishes. WHAT IS TEA TREE? The tea tree plant, whose scientific name is Melaleuca altemifolia, was first discovered by Captain James Cook in 1770. Until then, this plant was used by Australian natives (Aborgins) to treat skin infections. It usually grows in streams and marshy areas. WHAT IS ACNE? Acne occurs when the sebum-secreting ducts in the middle layer of the skin become blocked, swollen and then inflamed with bacteria. As a result of increased oil secretion in the skin and clogging of the pores, blackheads (comedones) occur. Later, these comedones are invaded by bacteria and raised red and inflammatory bumps form on the skin. Extremely large ones leave scars on the skin. Acne usually begins in adolescence and can extend

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  • WHAT IS HERBAL SCIENCE TEA TREE CREAM? Tea tree cream is a care support cream developed in order to establish the sebum balance that the skin needs, to prevent and control the lubrication and skin problems that may develop in parallel with the balance it establishes. WHAT IS TEA TREE? The tea tree plant, whose scientific name is Melaleuca altemifolia, was first discovered by Captain James Cook in 1770. Until then, this plant was used by Australian natives (Aborgins) to treat skin infections. It usually grows in streams and marshy areas. WHAT IS ACNE? Acne occurs when the sebum-secreting ducts in the middle layer of the skin become blocked, swollen and then inflamed with bacteria. As a result of increased oil secretion in the skin and clogging of the pores, blackheads (comedones) occur. Later, these comedones are invaded by bacteria and raised red and inflammatory bumps form on the skin. Extremely large ones leave scars on the skin. Acne usually begins in adolescence and can extend

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