Tea tree oil always reminds me of home! It was probably one of the first essential oils i used in products as a child growing up in Australia. It reminds me of gum trees, koalas and the great outdoors!
I’ve recently been using this oil on my pimples that have just broken out (so annoying)! One drop is more then enough to cover a few blemishes.
Topical – Can be applied neat when used topically. Apply to area concerned or reflex points.
Aromatic – Diffuse or inhale the aroma directly
Internal – Take in capsules
Ingredients: Melaleuca (Tea Tree Oil)
- Use a cotton swab to apply Melaleuca Alternifolia directly to the face.
- Add a drop to your shampoo to support a healthy-feeling scalp.
- If you forget to transfer you
r laundry to the dryer in a timely manner, run another washing cycle with a few drops of Melaleuca Alternifolia added to the water.
- Add a drop of Melaleuca Alternifolia to soften the skin around a splinter before removing it.
- Freshen and deodorize your rugs. Combine a few drops each of Melaleuca Alternifolia and Lavender with ¼ cup baking soda. Leave mixture overnight to let the oils absorb into the baking soda, and then sprinkle over rug and vacuum immediately. (As a bonus, your vacuum will smell fresher, too!)
- Diffuse Melaleuca Alternifolia to purify the air in your home or workspace.
Green = Neat (can be used without dilution)
Orange = Dilute for children and those with sensitive skin
Red = Dilute
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