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Tamanu oil for acne
A 2015 study looked at tamanu oil from five different parts of the South Pacific.
There’s also evidence of the oil’s anti-inflammatory properties. Together with its ability to kill P. acnesand P. granulosum, tamanu oil may also be helpful in treating inflamed acne.
Tamanu oil for acne scars
Tamanu oil has been used to successfully treat scars in a hospital setting. Numerous biological studies have shown that tamanu oil has wound-healing and skin regeneration properties.
Tamanu oil is also rich in antioxidants, which have been shown to be beneficial in the treatment of scarring, as well as acne.
Tamanu oil for athlete’s foot
Tamanu oil is believed to be an effective remedy for athlete’s foot, a contagious fungal infection that affects the skin of the feet. Though the effects of tamanu oil specifically on athlete’s foot have not been studied, there’s quite a bit of evidence backing the oil’s antifungal properties.
Tamanu oil benefits for wrinkles
Tamanu oil is an active ingredient used in many skin care products, including anti-aging creams. The oil is rich in fatty acids, which can help keep skin moisturized. It also contains antioxidants, which fight against damage from free radicals.
The oil’s ability to promote collagen and GAG production also plays a role in anti-aging and skin regeneration.
Finally, tamanu oil may help prevent wrinkles caused by sun damage. A 2009 in-vitro study found that the oil was able to absorb UV light and inhibit 85 percent of the DNA damage induced by UV radiation.
Tamanu oil for dark spots
No evidence currently exists that shows tamanu oil can reduce the appearance of dark spots, though some people use it for that purpose.
Tamanu oil for dry skin
Skin dryness is a condition commonly treated with use of oils. Tamanu oil happens to have a high fat content, so it’s likely very moisturizing for the skin.
Tamanu oil for eczema
Research suggests tamanu oil may have anti-inflammatory properties.
Tamanu oil for fading stretch marks
As with acne scars, most people try to fade their stretch marks with moisturizing, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory treatments. While tamanu oil has these properties, there’s not enough research to know whether it has any effect.
Tamanu oil for hair
Researchers have not looked deeply into how tamanu oil affects the hair. It probably works as a moisturizer, though that’s not been proven. Anecdotal stories suggest it can be used to slow hair loss, but researchers have not proven this.
Tamanu oil for ingrown hairs
Ingrown Hairs often become inflamed and irritated. Because tamanu oil has anti-inflammatory healing properties, it’s possible it could treat ingrown hairs. As a proven anti-inflammatory, it could have benefits. However, there’s no specific research on tamanu and ingrown hairs.
Tamanu oil for insect stings
Some people use tamanu oil to treat insect stings. But while tamanu oil does work as an anti-inflammatory, there’s no research yet into its effects on bug bites.
Tamanu oil for scars
Several studies have found that tamanu oil has a number of properties that can help skin wounds heal faster, reduce inflammation, and promote collagen production.
Tamanu oil emulsion was used on hospital patients in two studies to treat resistant and postsurgical wounds.
Tamanu oil for sunburns and other burns
Some people use tamanu oil to treat their sunburns and other burns. While research suggests tamanu oil has healing and antibacterial properties, there’s no clear understanding of its effects on burns.