Desert Essence Tea Tree Oil Description
• Effectively helps problem skin with regular use
• Deep-cleans pores and helps relieve redness
• Multiple uses including skin and household
Desert Essence leaf-derived essential oil from the arid plains of eastern Australian is an abundant source for maintaining healthy, glowing skin. Its inherent antiseptic qualities make it suitable for everything from skin care, household cleansing to a therapeutic pedicure use.
Top 10 Uses For Tea Tree Oil :
A native of the Australian coast and long recognized for its abundant health benefits, tea tree oil has for the last half century been the subject of considerable research in Australia. Continued scientific testing there has revealed tea tree oil to contain over 100 different chemical compounds, making this singular leaf-derived oil an effective antiseptic and detoxifying agent. Use it for your personal care and your home:
1. Problem skin
Wet a cotton ball. Apply 1 drop of Tea Tree Oil. Apply lightly to problem skin to help reduce oil that can lead to blemishes. Remove with water. Tea tree won’t cause dryness and flaking.
2. Manicure/Pedicure Use
Add a few drops to manicurist spray or cream for cuticle care and welcomed relief for cracked nails. Also known to help ward of fungus.
3. Scalp Use
Mix a few drops into your shampoo to break up product build up and oil. Leaves hair squeaky clean.
4. Baby Care
Keep your diaper cleaner clean and fresh with a spray of tea tree oil mixed with water.
5. Laundry Freshener
Add 2 teaspoons of pure oil to a regular load of laundry during the wash cycle.
6. Multi-Purpose Cleaner
Add one teaspoon of pure oil to a little over a gallon of water and give windows, floors, tile and kitchen surfaces the thorough, chemical-free clean.
7. Stain Remover
Apply pure oil to damp cloth to remove scuffmarks from a vinyl and/or linoleum floors.
8. Bath and Tile Cleaner
Use an oil and water solution on shower doors to help stop soap buildup. After washing down walls and removing grime and mildew, wipe over again to help mildew re-growth.
9. Pest Control
Household ants and other pests dislike tea tree oil, so a few drops put at the point of entry will deter them. Wipe cupboards out with an oil and water solution to deter moths.
10. Mold Removal
Add 2 teaspoons of pure oil to 2 cups water. Shake to mix. Spray on mold and wipe clean.
Warning: Do not use full strength on face. Dilute with water or carrier oil. May cause irritation to sensitive skin. We recommend you test a small amount against clean skin on forearm 24 hours prior to use. For external use only. Do Not Ingest. Avoid Contact with Eyes. Discontinue use and consult a doctor if any adverse reaction occurs, including rash, itching, redness, swelling or any other irritation. Keep out of reach of children and animals. Tea Tree Oil should not be used on animals.
Cruelty Free No: Animal Derived Ingredients
Artificial Fragrances or Dyes
Petroleum Compounds: Mineral Oil, Petrolatum or Paraffin
PEGS, PPG, MEA, DEA or TEA
Gluten or Wheat
Ingredients: Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil
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