Tea Tree Oil
What is Tea Tree Oil?
Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) is a natural oil with a wide variety of uses.
• Natural antiseptic, anti-fungal and antimicrobial
• Useful against athlete’s foot and nail fungus
• Treats minor cuts, pimples, insect bites and stings, and abrasions
• 100% Pure Australian Tea Tree Oil
Nature’s First Aid in a Bottle
Minor Cuts: Dilute tea tree oil with water. Apply as an antiseptic wash or on a cloth bandage to cover a closed cut or abrasion. Do not use full strength on open wounds.
Nail Infections: Fungal infections can cause swelling of the nail bed, discolouration and splitting of the nail. Topical application of tea tree oil can help destroy the fungus that causes nail infections.
Insect Stings and Bites: Insect stings or bites are usually harmless but can be painful or itchy. Dabbing tea tree oil on the affected area can prevent infection as well as reduce itching.
Combat Head Lice, Dandruff and Athlete’s Foot
Head Lice: Use tea tree oil mixed with shampoo to kill head lice and nits. Use it full strength to disinfect combs and brushes. It is safe for use on children.
Dandruff: Severe dandruff may be caused by an overgrowth of yeast that naturally resides on the skin. Regular use of tea tree oil shampoo and conditioner may relieve dandruff buildup.
Athlete’s Foot: Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection that thrives in a warm, moist environment. Topical use of tea tree oil can relieve symptoms, including inflammation, itching, and burning.
Protect, Soothe and Moisturize Skin
Skin Irritations: Tea tree oil may ease minor skin irritations. It can lower bacterial levels on the skin without causing dryness, redness, or peeling. Test a patch of skin for sensitivity first.
Acne: Tea tree oil is a naturally potent ally in the fight against acne. Dab a small amount on blemishes three times per day to help prevent outbreak and acne-related infection.
Dry Skin: Tea tree oil and vitamin E can moisturize the skin as well as help relieve acne and fungal skin infections. Dry or irritated skin responds well to this combination.