Tea Tree Oil 4 fl oz / 118 ml
- Antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral properties help clean and purify the air.
- Can be added to soaps, shampoo, face and body washes to eliminate dirt and bacteria.
- When diluted with a carrier oil and applied to skin, can help clear blemishes.
Radiating a fresh aroma. our steam-distilled Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) helps induce clear thinking and eases the body, to uplift well-being. Ideal as a cleaning aid, tea tree oil blends well in soap, shampoo, and face and body washes. For thousands of years, the Australian Aboriginal people used melaleuca leaves for medicinal purposes. Up until the 1920s (when Dr A.R. Penfold discovered its germ-fighting capabilities), only the Aboriginals’ understood and implemented this substance’s incredible properties. Eventually, this discovery put tea tree oil into every Australian troops’ first-aid kit during World War II.
In addition to cleaning, many people use tea tree oil to relax after yoga, to calm the mind during meditation and to enhance a massage. Tea tree oil creates an exceptional spa-like experience, leaving you to feel more grounded.
|Size||4 fl oz / 118 ml|
Common Name: Tea Tree Oil Latin Name: Melaleuca alternifolia Botanical Family: Myrtaceae Country of Origin: Australia Extraction Method: Steam Distilled – Through the use of a still, steam is used to separate the oil from the plant. Plant Part Used: leaves Note: Top-Middle Chemical Components: Monoterpenes, Sesquiterpenes, Monoterpenes, Oxides."
|How to Use||"|
For topical applications, you should always dilute tea tree oil with a carrier oil prior to use (this product blends well with citrus, eucalyptus, and lavender oils).
Our tea tree oil comes in a glass amber bottle to help preserve its ability to keep germs at bay. Shelf life is approximately two years after opening, when stored in a dark, cool environment.
For Safety: Use tea tree oil for topical and aromatic purposes only. This product may cause skin irritation in people with sensitive skin (older, oxidized oil may increase the potential for skin irritation). Do not ingest orally, and keep out of eyes, ears and nose. Overusing this substance can lead to hyperactive skin. Always test a small area before applying.
|What it does||Minty, intense, cool. Like an herbal wakeup call for your soul.|