Tamanu Oil for Blepharitis and Melasma?

I came across some info on the internet about Tamanu Oil and that it can be used for conjunctivitis or blepharitis (I assume it’s because of its anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-fungal properties). If so, should it be applied undiluted or diluted (with a Q-tip)? I also suffer from long-standing hyperpigmentation (uneven patches/streaks on my cheeks) on my cheeks and old acne scars which are more like shallow, irregular craters. Will tanamu oil help in filling in the indentations?

Antioxidant Nutrients and Atopic Dermatitis in Children

Source: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition Eczema is a chronic skin condition, characterized by dry, red, flaky patches of skin.  Eczema appears most commonly on the face, neck, elbows, wrists, knees, behind the ears, and on the scalp. During acute episodes, the patches become oozing, inflamed, and itchy.  There are currently two recognized classifications of…

A FEW FACTS ABOUT TAMANU OIL (Kamani Oil)

Tamanu Oil has a wide-range of skin care benefits. However, even for those people who are aware of the incredible curative and restorative properties of this ancient oil, very few realize that it is also very effective in reducing or completely eliminating age spots. Although indigenous peoples of Polynesia discovered this natural skin care remedy…