Touted for its cleansing, anti-fungal, and healing attributes, tea tree oil – or Melaleuca alternifolia – makes a fantastic addition to both your medicine cabinet and your cleaning supplies closet. With an invigorating and fresh, camphor-like scent and antiseptic properties, tea tree oil is also used as a fragrance in linen sprays and laundry soaps.
Each premium tea tree oil is independently tested for purity and quality. For generations, Australian aboriginals used the waxy oil from the indigenous shrubby tree in their medicines and salves. They put it on burns and skin irritations and inhaled the smoke from singeing the leaves to help soothe coughs. This four-ounce amber bottle keeps damaging sunlight out, and the glass dropper makes it easy to add just the right amount of tea tree oil to your mixture.
This large 16-ounce bottle allows you to mix tea tree oil into your products and cosmetics. Adding tea tree oil to soaps, shampoos, and lotions not only imparts antibiotic, but also antifungal, qualities. It’s actually used as a treatment for dandruff and athlete’s foot. This pure tea tree essential oil has a zesty aroma.
The attractive green glass bottle protects the tea tree oil from harmful UV light. This powerful antioxidant oil gives an energizing boost to your aromatherapy selections. Some people use tea tree oil as a natural deodorant, applying a couple of drops to each underarm. Apply some to your wool dryer balls and add a fresh fragrance to your clothes and linens. The one-ounce bottle holds the most concentrated, therapeutic-grade oil and is ready for all your skin therapy needs.
Not only does tea tree oil add a bright fragrance to your shampoo, it also stimulates blood flow to your scalp. Put a few drops in your lotion to nourish deep into the layers of skin – like peppermint oil. Regular applications of essential tea tree oil cleanse and brighten skin tone. Why use man-made products when you can use a versatile natural oil instead? Use it in your diffuser to freshen and purify stale air in your closets, RVs, campers, or dorm.