Not only warming, telon oil also has many benefits. This makes many parents apply telon oil to the baby's skin, especially after the baby takes a bath.
Telon oil contains three types of natural oils, namely eucalyptus oil, fennel oil, and coconut oil. Each natural oil content in telon oil, brings different benefits.
Telon Oil Benefits
Here are some of the benefits of telon oil based on its content:
- Eucalyptus oilThe content of eucalyptus oil contained in telon oil creates a warm sensation when applied to the skin. This content not only warms, but can also relieve itching caused by mite bites.
- Fennel oilThe fennel oil contained in telon oil is able to relieve stomach pain, and a runny nose. In addition, fennel oil also contains antimicrobial compounds that are believed to be able to prevent infection and inhibit the growth of certain fungi that may cause skin diseases.
- Coconut oilThe coconut oil content in telon oil is useful for moisturizing the skin, including baby's skin. This content is able to hydrate the skin well, and is proven to be able to overcome the symptoms of eczema which is characterized by rashes and itching. Coconut oil, which has antimicrobial properties, is also able to protect the skin from microorganisms that might cause skin infections.
How to use Telon Oil
Before applying telon oil to the skin, first read the packaging label. Usually, the packaging label contains the ingredients, how to use it, and also the expiration date. Reading the packaging label is very important to know the safety of use, especially if used on babies.
Using telon oil that has expired can increase the risk of an allergic reaction. In addition, the effectiveness and benefits of expired telon oil may have decreased.
Well, after reading the packaging label carefully, try applying a little telon oil to the skin. In babies, you can apply a little telon oil to the legs and arms to see if there is an allergic reaction. If within 24 hours after telon oil is applied, the baby's skin looks red or inflamed, stop using it. This may be because the baby is allergic to the content contained in the telon oil.
Telon oil is believed to bring various benefits. But until now, there is no scientific evidence that confirms the function and dosage of using Telon oil, including in infants. Parents are advised not to apply too much telon oil on the baby's skin and consult a doctor about its safety.