Lotus Touch Organic Tea Tree Essential Oil

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$9.11
SKU: MAS:AT:LTE5010

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Description

 Certified Organic Aromatherapy Oil
Tea Tree Oil is a worldwide favorite, not only with aromatherapists, but also pharmaceutical companies, hospitals and clinics or its anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal cleansing properties.

Suggested Uses:

Tea Tree is highly anti-septic, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal. It is beyond measure as a skin cleanser. Try adding 25 drops to a bottle of shower gel for a really cleansing experience. For problem skin, blend 2 drops of Tea Tree in 5ml (a teaspoon) of Jojoba oil – apply twice daily.

Try a weekly steam facial using 1 drop of Tea Tree with 2 drops of Mandarin in a bowl of just-boiled water. Tea Tree may irritate some sensitive skins. Although a very small amount may be dabbed neat on spots, bites, etc. by most people, this is not recommended.

To help keep feet fresh and healthy, try using 2 drops of Tea Tree with 2 drops of Lemon in a footbath.

To maintain healthy hair for school-children and adults alike, dilute 5 drops of Tea Tree, 3 drops of Geranium, and 2 drops of Lavender in 20ml of Grapeseed Oil. Massage into the scalp and leave as long as possible before washing out.

Specific Safety Advice:

Avoid use in the first three months of pregnancy.
Features:
  • Certified Organic
  • Use small amounts as a skin cleanser or disinfectant diluted in a carrier oil such as Jojoba. Not recommended for those with sensitive skin.
  • Pure, therapeutic grade oil (only 3% of essential oils on the market are considered therapeutic grade).
  • Triple tested to ensure purity, potency, and quality.
  • Origin: Australia
  • Latin name: Melaleuca Alternifolia
  • Extracted by steam distilled from the leaves of the bush.
  • Cost per treatment is about $0.19.
  • Lotus Touch Tea Tree Oil is naturally farmed in Australia, the original source for Melaleuca Alternifolia. Knowledge of the uses of Tea Tree Oil is based largely on the long history of its use by the Aboriginal societies in Australia.

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