Info: 25 ml (0.85 fl oz) Dropper Bottle Enclosed in a Box
Distilled from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia plants grown in Eastern Australia, Tea Tree Oil is a natural liquid antiseptic able to inhibit a broad spectrum of bacteria and fungi.
Tea tree oil can not only be used topically to treat minor cuts, abrasions, insect bites or stings, fungal infections, and more, but also has many household uses.
A Tea Tree Oil solution may be used on the skin, for other issues such as acne or pimples, burns, cold sores, eczema, skin infections, or verrucas (plantar warts); on the feet for issues such as athlete's foot and nail infections; on the hair (when added to your shampoo) for dandruff and dry scalp, or to destroy head lice; and around the house, as a cleaning solution.
Tea Tree Oil also has anti-viral properties, so some use it in a vaporizer or aromatherapy diffuser to address cold and flu symptoms, or to relieve chest congestion or sinus infections.
Do not apply directly to the skin at full strength: dilute it with water, at a suggested ratio of 1 part Tea Tree Oil to 9 parts of water. For those with sensitive skin, mix it with Aloe Vera gel, rather than water.
To create an all-purpose household cleaner, combine 2 teaspoons of tea tree oil and 2 cups of water in a spray bottle. A tea tree oil/water spray can also help control mold, or kill germs on furniture or car seats.
Keep out of reach of children. Do not ingest orally. Do not use near eyes; seek medical attention if contact with the eyes occurs.