In the past, tea tree was mainly used for disinfection by placing crushed leaves on cuts and for skin diseases. Traditional medicine has expanded its use to treat coughs, colds, soothe burns, inflammations and other skin problems.
More recent research has found that, in addition to its antiseptic effects, it also has antibacterial and antifungal properties. Tea tree is not only used for medicinal purposes but also as an ingredient in many cosmetic products such as shampoos, creams and toothpastes.
The oil can be applied to the skin undiluted (spot-on).
Available in 10 ml and 30 ml.
The oil is not intended for internal use. Avoid contact with the eyes. Not suitable for pregnant women and children under 18 months.
STINGS and INJURIES: wounds, cuts, bumps, insect bites, etc.
Apply a thin layer of tea tree essential oil to the affected area with a cotton swab.
FACE: pimples, bumps and acne, facial lichens, …
Prepare a compress by drizzling tea tree essential oil into lukewarm water. It can also be used to make a DIY (do it yourself) cleansing tonic or added to any day cream as a few drops. You can also use a cotton swab to apply the oil directly to the pimples many times a day.
HERPES: add a few drops of tea tree oil to olive oil and apply to herpes several times a day. It can also be applied directly to the herpes.
SKIN PROBLEMS: warts, rashes, hives, allergies, …
Apply tea tree essential oil directly to the rashes with a cotton swab. You can also prepare a bath with a few drops of essential oil. Apply the oil directly to the problematic area several times a day.
HAIR: dandruff, lice, too oily scalp, …
Tea tree oil controls oiliness of the hair and is effective against dandruff. A few drops of tea tree essential oil can be added to shampoo or rinse water. It can also be used in combination with olive oil as a hair mask. It also repels lice, as they cannot tolerate the smell of tea tree.
FEET: Fungal diseases, mould, redness, peeling, itching, nail fungus, …
Make a foot bath with a few drops of tea tree essential oil in warm water and soak your feet in it every day. You can apply a few drops of tea tree oil to the affected areas with a cotton swab.
INTIMATE AREAS: inflammation of the vagina, vaginal herpes, …
Put a few drops of oil in warm water and slowly pour the liquid on the affected area.
HEMORRHOIDS: itching and pain in the buttocks
Pour warm water into a bowl or sitting tub and add a few drops of oil.
MOUTH: canker sores, aphthae, sore throats, cavities, sore gums, toothache, …
Combine a few drops of tea tree essential oil in a glass of warm water and stir well, gargle and spit out. Tea tree oil can also be directly added to aphthae with a cotton swab or in combination with toothpaste. Do not swallow.
COLD, FLU: sneezing, wet and stuffy nose, swollen mucous membranes, …
Drop a few drops on a tissue and inhale through the nose several times a day. Overnight, apply few drops on a pillow. It can also be used in a vaporiser as aromatherapy.
The product is Aromacert® certified, which guarantees a high level of quality, according to strict aromatherapy criteria such as: naturalness, authenticity and purity of ingredients. The product is 100% vegan and not tested on animals.