Tea Tree Essential Oil
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Tea Tree has a fresh, medicinal, green wood scent.
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To avoid possible adverse skin reactions, we recommend a maximum dilution of 15% for topical applications.
This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Heather dela Cruz
On March 19, 2013
Tea tree oil is amazing. There are a million different uses for this very versatile oil! I quickly used my first small bottle and am reordering a larger one. Great stuff!
On October 17, 2013
I purchased this product as a comparison to another leading brand I am using. I was wondering on the quality vs the competition.. the price difference between the two is enormous. So far i see and smell no difference. I even did the paper test - one drop on white paper to see if when dry it would leave residue. NO residue. There was NO difference from one to the other when dry. I will definitely be purchasing more essential oils from Plant Therapy. I am also excited to get my diffuser soon and cant start waiting to use it. Glad I found Plant Therapy!
On October 17, 2013
I use this oil (along with lavender and lemon) to make a disinfecting and odor eliminating spritz (hello diaper pail) and my homemade cleaners. Great oil!
On October 18, 2013
Tea tree oil is my favorite! As an antiseptic, antifungal oil, it can be used to treat cuts and scrapes--minimizes scarring. It is great for relieving insect bites and itching from poison ivy. I also use it to clean off surfaces when I go out--esp restaurant salt and pepper shakers. I carry this oil in my purse at all times--never know when you will need it.
Gayla Wilson Patterson
On December 30, 2013
This is the oil that began my essential oil (EO) addiction. I had bought it originally to use it for skin tags and now I make my own ear mite treatment with this for my dog (poisonous for cats), age spots, fever blisters, oil diffuser, etc. I have even bought this and given them as gifts. Soldiers in World War II were given tea tree oil in their standard issue first aid kits for burns, cuts, scratches, tropical infections and as insect repellent. If it was good enough for them it is good enough for me.