Tea Tree Essential Oil (Tea Tree Oil - Melaleuca) - 100% Pure
Crop Source: Australia
Aroma: Woody, Herbaceous, Spicy, Camphoraceous
Extraction: Steam distillation of Tea Tree leaves
Applications: Skin Care, Hair Care, Beard Care, Home Care, Wellness
Fights acne and scars
Tea Tree Essential Oil is known to reduce the severity of acne and fade acne scars. Its potent anti-bacterial property kills the acne-causing bacteria that may infiltrate the pores. It also helps to control acne by preventing excess sebum production that clogs pores and causes acne. Its anti-inflammatory and healing properties help reduce inflammation, reduce redness, heal lesions, and fade acne marks. You may apply Tea Tree Oil on the affected area using a cotton swab. You can either use the concentrated oil or dilute it in a base oil (dilution ratio 1-2 drops of Tea Tree Oil in 10 drops of Jojoba or other base oil).
Prevents acne outbreaks
Regular use of Tea Tree Essential is known to prevent acne outbreaks by killing the acne-causing bacteria and by preventing excess sebum production that clogs pores and causes acne. Incorporate Tea Tree Essential Oil in your daily routine by adding a few drops to your face oil, face lotion, or cleanser.
Tea Tree Oil acts as an effective natural deodorant as it helps in killing odor-causing bacteria. Add Tea Tree, Frankincense and Lavender Essential Oils in Fractionated Coconut Oil to make your natural deodorant.
Natural foot deodorizer
Anti-bacterial properties of Tea Tree Oil help to kill the odor-causing bacteria that cause smelly feet. Take a foot bath by adding a few drops of Tea Tree Essential Oil to lukewarm water and dip your feet for a few minutes. Alternatively, add Tea Tree, Frankincense and Peppermint Essential Oils in Fractionated Coconut Oil to make your natural foot deodorant.
Tea Tree Essential Oil is known for its ability to treat itchy scalp and control dandruff. Its effective anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and anti-inflammatory properties help promote a healthier scalp, thereby preventing dandruff and flaky scalp conditions. You may add Rosemary and Lavender Essential Oils for more potent anti-dandruff properties.
Promotes scalp health
Tea Tree Essential Oil helps to promote a healthy scalp. It deeply cleanses the scalp by removing the buildup of dead skin cells and sebum. Its antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties help to clear scalp infections too.
Tea Tree Essential Oils acts as a natural insecticide for head lice. Studies show that treatment with Essential Oils is an effective and safe way of removing head lice in children and adults. Add 10-15 drops of Lavender Essential Oil, 20-25 drops of Tea Tree Essential Oil, and 10-15 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil to 30ml of Neem Oil to create a potent blend for fighting head lice. Apply this blend to infested hair and leave for 30-45 min before washing it off. Repeat this two times a week until the lice issue is addressed.
Soothes skin conditions
The potent anti-inflammatory properties of Tea Tree Essential Oil help soothe unpleasant skin conditions such as inflammation, irritation, itching, and dryness.
The healing properties of Tea Tree Oil are known to help ease symptoms and severity of eczema. Its anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties also help in calming skin and reducing itching.
The anti-inflammatory property of Tea Tree Essential Oil helps to relieve throat and nasal congestion and reduce sinusitis by reducing the swelling in the sinus glands. Add two drops each of Tea Tree, Eucalyptus and Peppermint Essential Oils to a steam inhaler and inhale deeply to help clear the congestion. Apply it topically on the chest and throat after diluting in a base oil such as Jojoba Oil or Fractionated Coconut Oil.
Improves oral health
Tea Tree Essential Oil can be used as a natural mouthwash because of its anti-microbial and anti-plaque properties. Add a drop of the oil to a cup of warm water and use as a regular mouthwash.
Combats fungal infections
Tea Tree Essential Oil is also known for its anti-fungal properties which may help combat skin infections such as nail fungus.
Heals minor cuts and bruises
Due to its anti-septic properties, Tea Tree Essential Oil is used to treat minor cuts and bruises. It also helps to treat minor skin infections which was one of the initial uses of Tea Tree Essential Oil.
Disinfects and cleans surfaces
Tea Tree Essential Oil acts as an all-purpose natural disinfectant as a result of its anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties. Using it as an air spray helps eliminate harmful surface and airborne bacteria indoors.
The potent anti-microbial properties of Tea Tree Essential Oil help to purify air by killing microbes and bacteria in the air, thereby providing protection against infections. Its camphoraceous and woody aroma helps to freshen up the spaces. You may add Ravintsara and Eucalyptus Essential Oil for a potent air purifying diffuser blend.
Diffusing Tea Tree Essential Oil helps dispel bad smells around the house. It deodorizes the room and freshens it up with its woody and camphoraceous aroma.
Veggie and Fruit wash
Due to its anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties, it helps clean the infections and molds on fruit and vegetables.
It also acts as a natural laundry agent that helps to freshen up clothes. Add a few drops of the Tea Tree Essential Oil to your laundry detergent or while tumble drying. You may add a few drops of Lavender or Peppermint Essential Oils too. It will leave your clothes smelling fresh and wonderful.
Its anti-microbial properties make it a good option to use in making a natural hand sanitizer. Add 20-40 drops of Tea Tree Essential Oil and 20 drops of Lavender Essential Oil to a mixture of 95ml rubbing alcohol and 5ml vegetable glycerin.
How to Use
How to Use
- Apply on the affected area using a cotton bud
- Add 1-2% to face oil or cream
- Add 2-5% to hair oil
- Add a few drops to steam inhaler or boiling water
- Use 6-12 drops in a diffuser
- Add a few drops to bath water
- Add 20-40 drops to 100ml rubbing alcohol
- Add 1-2 drops in a cup of water and gargle
Acne Treatment Face Oil - For all skin types
Apply 2-3 drops after cleansing daily
Acne Spot Treatment
Use as a spot treatment with a cotton swab
Breathe Easy Decongestant Blend
Add to a steam inhaler or a pot of boiling water, take deep breaths
Disinfectant and Cleaning Spray
Use in an air spray bottle. Mix well before spraying
Air Purification Blend
Use in a diffuser; or Use as an air spray after diluting it in water and rubbing alcohol
Anti-Dandruff Treatment Oil
Massage onto scalp, leave at least for 30-45 min before washing
Head Lice Treatment Oil
Massage onto scalp, leave for 30-45 min before washing
Combine and use
Mix and use as a roll on
Melaleuca Oil, commonly known as Tea Tree Essential Oil, comes from the steam distillation of the leaves of the melaleuca alternifolia plant. Native to Australia, Tea Tree grows mainly in New South Wales and Northern Queensland in modern-day plantations.
The Melaleuca plant was named 'tea tree' by 18th-century sailors because they used the tree's foliage to make an infusion drink similar to 'tea'. Tea Tree plant is not to be confused with the plant that is used to make our everyday black and green tea beverage.
Australians have used Tea Tree oil for over a hundred years for its antiseptic, antimicrobial, anti-bacterial, and antifungal properties. In fact, during World War II, Australian soldiers were given small bottles of pure Tea Tree Essential Oil to help them treat wounds and prevent fatal infections. Its commercial use originated in the 1920s when an Australian Chemist Arthur Penfold investigated the business potential of several native extracted oils and discovered that Tea Tree Essential Oil has the most promise due to its antiseptic properties. Today the oil is being exported all around the globe.
Tea Tree Essential Oil has been highly valued for its wide range of medicinal properties. It finds application in skin care, hair care, wellness, aromatherapy, and home care. It is known to treat acne, prevent acne outbreaks, fade scars, soothe unpleasant skin conditions, and heal minor cuts and wounds. It also acts as a natural deodorant for underarms and foot odor as it kills odor-causing bacteria. Its antifungal properties are helpful in treating fungal infections such as nail fungus and athlete's foot. It also finds application in hair care where it is known to control dandruff, promote scalp health, reduce itchiness, and prevent greasiness. Brief diffusing of Tea Tree Essential Oil helps to freshen up spaces with its camphoraceous and woody aroma, which helps dispel bad smells around the house. It also acts as a natural laundry agent that helps to freshen up clothes.
Australia is the original producer of Tea Tree Oil, and the Australian Tea Tree Oil is regarded as the best globally. Aroma Tierra offers this high-quality Australian Tea Tree Essential Oil which is 100% pure, natural, and potent. It is free from any chemicals, preservatives, and solvents.
- The plant is named 'tea tree' by 18th-century sailors because they used the tree's foliage to make an infusion drink similar to 'tea'
- It takes about a ton of shredded Tea Tree leaves to make ~10L of pure Tea Tree Essential Oil
- Tea Tree Oil can be used to make an effective natural sanitizer owing to its potent anti-microbial properties
Blends well with: Lavender, Peppermint, Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Niaouli, Juniper Berry, Lemongrass, Bergamot, Cypress, Lemon, Thyme, Marjoram, Nutmeg, Pine, Black Spruce Essential Oils\r\n
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