Organic Essential oil
Tea tree is an Australian plant whose oil has been used for centuries in local folk medicine to treat wounds, skin infections, clean and disinfect, repel pests and for cosmetic purposes to beautify and fight skin diseases.
ORIGIN: South Africa
SCENT: Grassy, sharp, woody and earthy
How to use:
Diffuse: Use 3-4 drops of tea tree in an aromatherapy diffuser of your choice
Topical: Dilute 1 drop in carrier oil of your choice and gently rub into desired area
Massage: Mix 2-5 drops with 50ml base oil until a homogeneous mixture is obtained.
Cosmetics: Add essential oil not more than 0.3% to the finished product, stir with a plastic or wooden stirrer until a homogeneous mixture is obtained.
The tea tree originated in Australia, where it is found along rivers and wet soils and is an important part of the folk medicine of the local Aboriginal peoples. They grind the leaves into an all-purpose salve, which they use for multiple purposes such as cleansing and healing the skin, insect repellant, and a natural deodorant.
The essential oil is the most potent form of tea tree. It is a favorite of all pharmacists and beauticians, who use it in their products against acne, seborrhea, and use it in hair and skin masks. In the household, it is a wonderful alternative to chemical cleaning agents.
For hand sanitizer – dilute tea tree in water in combination with a nourishing oil such as Almond, Hazelnut or Macadamia
For mouthwash against caries and periodontitis – dilute 5 drops and a spoonful of salt in 200ml of water, do not swallow!
For an antifungal ointment – mix 3-4 drops of tea tree with a carrier oil (coconut, almond or tamanu)
Against respiratory infections - diffuse 3-4 drops of aromatherapy diffuser up to three times a day
For a natural deodorant - dilute tea tree oil with a small amount of coconut or other carrier oil of your choice.
For a natural cleaner - dilute 15-20 drops of tea tree with a glass of water and white vinegar in a spray bottle.
To repel mosquitoes - combine 35-40 drops of tea tree (or a mixture of tea tree with rosemary, eucalyptus or lavender essential oil) with half a cup of water in a spray bottle and spray liberally.
For head lice serum - combine 15 drops of tea tree and 15 drops of lavender with a glass of water in a spray bottle. Spray liberally and massage the mixture into the hair
For hair oil - mix 5-10 drops of tea tree and 5-10 drops of lavender with 2-3 spoons of coconut or almond oil. It's also an excellent lice preventative that you can use year-round.
To fight dandruff - combine 15-20 drops of tea tree with 3 tablespoons of jojoba carrier oil
Характеристики и ползи
Microbes and viruses
According to a number of scientific studies, tea tree oil damages the cell walls of microbes, making it effective against many of the most common harmful bacteria, fungi and viruses such as Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus, tooth decay and skin fungi.
Acne and skin issues
Thanks to its strong antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, tea tree essential oil is a natural remedy for many types of acne. A number of scientific studies have shown that tea tree significantly reduces the appearance of pimples and its effectiveness can be compared to pharmaceutical benzoyl peroxide.
It also soothes inflamed skin and can relieve the symptoms of many common skin conditions, such as psoriasis and dermatitis.
The healing potential of the tea tree was discovered by Australian Aborigines who crushed its leaves to use as salves for wounds, cuts, infections and bites.
Today, scientific research shows that tea tree oil accelerates wound healing by activating white blood cells and controlling the inflammatory process. There are also documented cases of successful treatment of chronic wounds.
An interesting fact is that sweat itself has no smell, but bacteria called Staphylococcus Hominis love to multiply in human sweat, and it is they who are responsible for the unpleasant smell in our armpits.
As already mentioned above, tea tree essential oil has a very strong antimicrobial effect against staphylococcal bacteria and this makes it an excellent and all-natural deodorant.
Organic cleaning agent
The broad-spectrum antimicrobial properties of tea tree oil make it a superior cleanser, free of harmful chemicals.
Mosquito and insect repellent
According to a scientific study, tea tree oil repels mosquitoes significantly better than the most effective pharmaceutical repellent DEET. Tea tree also has proven effectiveness against other insects, such as flies and lice.
Lice and dandruff
Tea tree oil is particularly effective in killing lice. Research shows that a 1% tea tree solution results in 100% lice mortality after just 30 minutes. It is recommended to combine it with lavender essential oil in a long-term therapy until the complete elimination, not only of the lice, but also of their eggs.
Keep out of reach of children.
In case of contact with eyes, rinse thoroughly with water.
Before use, do a sensitivity test in the pit of the elbow flexion. If there is a rash or redness - do not use the product.
Do not use if allergic to the oil.
Do not use in children under 6 years old.
Concentrated product, dilute before use.
If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have hypersensitive skin or want to use essential oil for your child, consult a specialist first!
Caution: Do not take tea tree oil internally.
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