After generations of use in its native land, an impressive range of cleansing and healing properties have been found in tea tree oil. This superb natural oil has strong antiseptic, anti-fungal and germ-killing compounds. Scroll down for more information on this wonder of nature. But if you know exactly why you’re here, please enjoy browsing our huge selection of tea tree oil products, from soap and toothpaste to super shampoo and conditioners! Important note: please make sure you dilute your pure tea tree oil before applying to your skin as it is too harsh for most people to use undiluted on skin. Please take care of yourself at all times!
The extraordinary properties of tea tree oil
An amazing 48 different compounds have been identified in tea tree oil. Although not all of these are yet been fully understood, tea tree oil is a famous and highly effective natural treatment. Its organic agents can significantly soothe and alleviate cuts, insect bites, sunburn, nappy rash, dandruff, itchy scalp and a huge range of internal and external inflammations and infections.
A must-have aid to natural first aid
The germicidal and fungicidal assets of this remarkable plant oil make it one of the most useful oils you could have in your house. We strongly encourage everyone to keep at least a small bottle of pure tea tree extract in your bathroom. It may surprise you how often it comes to the rescue!
How do you use tea tree oil?
Applied to the skin, massaged into the scalp or pressed lightly against a nasty cut, tea tree can provide relief and healthy restoration in many ways.
Please let us know how you get the most out of your natural oils. A number of customers have told us about their homemade tea tree balms and lotions. We want to hear more – as well as providing the best possible information on creative and therapeutic uses of this precious plant extract.
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