Botanical Name: Melaleuca alternifolia.
Aromatic Description: Camphorous and herbaceous.
Part of plant distilled: Leaves
Colour: Pale-yellow and clear
Main compounds: A-pinene, B-pinene
Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
Properties: Purifying, antibacterial
SKIN AND HAIR CARE
- Rejuvenates and cleanses skin fighting acne and other bacterial infections.
- Soothes occasional skin irritation and after shave.
- Purifies and keeps nails healthy.
- Moisturizes dry scalp.
- Kills head lice.
- Cures parasitic infection such as scabies.
- The uplifting scent helps clear negative emotions.
- Strengthens will power and brings feelings of resilience.
- Fights bacterial, fungal and viral infections.
- Can disinfect surfaces.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
- Add a few drops into your diffuser.
- Add several drops to your hot bath.
- Add to household cleaning agents.
- Add a few drops onto a hot water or hot towel and inhale.
- Blend with other citrus oils and spray.
Always conduct a test patch on the inner forearm by applying diluted essential oil and give it time, if it does not show adverse reactions use on other parts of the body.
- Mix with carrier oils and apply on hair.
- Use tea tree oil as spot treatment remedy away from sunlight.
- Rub a few drops between your palms.
- Add to your moisturizer for toning and rejuvenation of the skin.
- Add a few onto a hot towel and place on the chest for respiratory decongestion.
- Not for internal use.
- Keep away from sunlight.
- Slightly flammable. Store away from heat.
- Avoid contact with eyes, nose, ears and mucous membranes.
- Do not use on already damaged skin.
- Pregnant and breastfeeding women, infants, young children and people with serious medical conditions should ALWAYS consult a physician before using essential oils.
- Tea tree essential oil is LIKELY toxic to cats.