The chemicals in tea tree oil may kill bacteria and fungus, and reduce allergic skin reactions.
Tea tree oil can kill bacteria and fungi. It comes from the evergreen leaves of the Australian Melaleuca alternifolia tree. Tea tree oil has been used as complementary therapy in surgery, burn care, and dental care.
Botanical Name: Melaleuca alternifolia
Aroma: Quintessentially Australian Aroma. Fresh, earthy & herbaceous aroma.
Blends well with: Clary Sage, Clove Bud, Geranium, Lavandin, Lavender, Pine, Rosemary, Kunzea, Lemon, Citrus oils.
Analgesic, anti fungal, antibacterial, decongestant, healing, diaphoretic, stimulant, deodorant.
Helps heals wounds & eases inflammation. Helps reduce symptoms of acne, burns, sunburn, insect bites, blisters, eczema, chicken pox, coldsores, athletes foot & many more. Boosts respiratory function - sinusitis, asthma & bronchitis Natural cleaner, disinfectant & mould killer.Lice. Early research suggests that tea tree oil might repel lice. Also, applying a combination of lavender and tea tree oil kills lice eggs and reduces the number of live lice. It is unclear if the effects are caused by the tea tree oil alone or the combination of lavender and tea tree oil. Tea Tree oils is one of the most preferred essential Oils in spas. The oil has countless beauty and wellness benefits. Just a couple of drops can help beautify the appearance of skin, refresh tired feet, invigorate the scalp and much more.
Non toxic, Non Irritant. Avoid during pregnancy
Experts consider tea tree oil to be safe as a topical treatment, and you can apply it directly to the skin on a daily basis. When applied to the skin in its pure (100% oil) form, tea tree oil seldom causes irritation. But some people develop an allergic rash (contact dermatitis). If you are concerned that you might develop a rash, try the oil first on a small area of skin. You can also dilute tea tree oil with vegetable, olive, or almond oil.