In the times of Capitan Cook’s travels and the first colonizers of Australia infusion of tea tree’s leaves replaced seafarers real tea. Many years later discovered that the oil extracted from this wild plant, that admires a marshy areas, has a wide range of applications in medicine, our bathroom and a make-up bag.
How to use tea tree oil?
- if you are struggling with acne you should use tea tree oil due to it’s bactericidal effects; add a few drops to your fav tonic and face cream,
- tea tree oil dries herpes; a drop of oil mix with a portion of the cream and apply on a pathologically changed skin leaving for the night,
- add 10 drops into the tub with warm water; oil will cherish your skin and in the case of cold or flu will help fight with it,
- this oil works well as a mosquito repellent; applied directly to the mosquito bite will alleviate itching,
- it’s also recommended in the head lice treatment; add a few drops to your fav shampoo and wash hair as usual,
- add a few drops of oil to your body lotion and rub into the muscles; we can truly recommend it for people struggling with reumatism - it will give relieve in the pain of joints and muscles,
- use it’s antifungal properties in the case of tinea pedis treatment; mix a few drops of essential oil with a portion of the cream for the feet and rub into the affected skin,
- add a few drops of oil to your favorite shampoo; you will get rid of dandruff and delay hair fatting.
INCI: Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil
Essential oil, 100% natural
The rules of storage:
Store it in a sealed bottle at room temperature, away from the children.
Made in Australia
Please note that the use of natural products does not replace the treatment prescribed by your doctor. In the case of longer use requires a medical consultation.