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Tea & Tea Tree Oil Formulas

If you’ve had skin irritations, nail fungus or athlete’s foot, you’re probably familiar with tea tree oil. It’s available in many over-the-counter skin creams, soaps, deodorants, lotions, and topical treatments. Even room fresheners and household cleaning products use tea tree oil for its crisp, invigorating aroma.

What is Tea Tree Oil? (Melaleuca alternifolia)

Native to Australia, the melaleuca tree, from which tea tree oil is derived, is an evergreen-type tree similar to cypress. It is so hardy it keeps growing even after it’s been cut down!

Maybe its sturdiness is what caught the eye of the indigenous people of Australia who were first to use tea tree oil as a topical treatment. Even as recently as WWII it was included in soldiers’ military kits.

What’s in Tea Tree Oil?

The major constituents of tea tree are forms of terpinene, cineole, cymene, and pinene.

Tea Tree Oil Benefits

Never ingest tea tree oil. Due to its potency, it’s important to dilute it with a carrier oil in a ratio of 1 or 2 drops of tea tree oil to 12 drops of carrier. Here are just a few benefits of tea tree oil:

  • Keeps nails fresh and clean
  • Moisturizes dry cuticles
  • Soothes insect bites, itchiness or scraped skin
  • Promotes tingly fresh scalp when added to shampoo
  • Purifies household surfaces
  • Fosters emotional balance when used in aromatherapy

As you see, there are a lot of good reasons to keep tea tree oil around the house. Try it today and discover for yourself why it has been so popular for so long!

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If you’ve had skin irritations, nail fungus or athlete’s foot, you’re probably familiar with tea tree oil. It’s available in many over-the-counter skin creams, soaps, deodorants, lotions, and topical treatments. Even room fresheners and household cleaning products use tea tree oil for its crisp, invigorating aroma.

What is Tea Tree Oil? (Melaleuca alternifolia)

Native to Australia, the melaleuca tree, from which tea tree oil is derived, is an evergreen-type tree similar to cypress. It is so hardy it keeps growing even after it’s been cut down!

Maybe its sturdiness is what caught the eye of the indigenous people of Australia who were first to use tea tree oil as a topical treatment. Even as recently as WWII it was included in soldiers’ military kits.

What’s in Tea Tree Oil?

The major constituents of tea tree are forms of terpinene, cineole, cymene, and pinene.

Tea Tree Oil Benefits

Never ingest tea tree oil. Due to its potency, it’s important to dilute it with a carrier oil in a ratio of 1 or 2 drops of tea tree oil to 12 drops of carrier. Here are just a few benefits of tea tree oil:

  • Keeps nails fresh and clean
  • Moisturizes dry cuticles
  • Soothes insect bites, itchiness or scraped skin
  • Promotes tingly fresh scalp when added to shampoo
  • Purifies household surfaces
  • Fosters emotional balance when used in aromatherapy

As you see, there are a lot of good reasons to keep tea tree oil around the house. Try it today and discover for yourself why it has been so popular for so long!

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