Tea Tree Oil is a natural antiseptic and can be applied to minor cuts, burns, abrasions, pimples, boils, bites and stings.
- Tea Tree Oil is a powerful, natural antiseptic which inhibits a broad spectrum of bacteria and fungi.
- It is well tolerated by healthy skin tissue and does not inhibit normal cell growth.
- Thursday Plantation guarantees low para-cymene content to limit potential irritation. Para-cymene is considered as a moderate irritant that occurs naturally in many essential oils and can also be formed as a result of the essential oil degrading.
DirectionsFor external use only.
Apply sparingly to minor cuts, burns, abrasions, pimples, boils, bites and stings. Apply Tea Tree Oil directly or on a cotton bud.
Do not use:
- While pregnant or breast-feeding without medical supervision
- Near eyes. Seek medical attention if contact occurs
- On children under 2 years old
- Undiluted essential oils on children under 12 years old. Skin patch test prior to use.
Minor wounds, Cuts & Graises
Tea Tree Oil is a powerful, natural antiseptic which inhibits a broad spectrum of bacteria and fungi.
Fungal infections such as athlete’s foot and nail infections
- Tea Tree oil has shown to have potent anti bacterial and anti fungal properties. Helping to treat fungal infections and get rid of ingrown hair and nails. See DIY tab for instructions.
Bites and Stings
- Tea Tree oil is famous for its anti-itching qualities. It is also antimicrobial, preventing bacterial infections. This makes it a great ally against bug bite and stings.
Acne occurs when the pores on a person's face become clogged with oils naturally produced by the body. This blockage can cause bacteria to grow and pimples to appear
- Tea tree oil penetrates into the skin to dissolve blackheads and whiteheads, pimples and acne. It is naturally antibacterial and drys out the acne and pimples. Just apply a few drops on a cotton bud and dab directly on the affected area.
Baking soda is a popular natural remedy for acne breakouts and scar prevention, You can use baking soda in a variety of ways to treat acne
- Face mask: To create a face mask, mix between 1 and 2 teaspoons of baking soda with a facial cleanser and add a small amount of warm water to form a paste. Massage into the affected area and leave on the skin for 10–15 minutes before washing it off with warm water.
- Exfoliant: To use baking soda as an exfoliant, make the same mixture as a facemask, but wash it off right away after application. It is also possible to add baking soda to a facial scrub to boost its pore-cleansing power and get rid of dead skin cells.
- Face wash: For a baking soda facial wash, add a maximum of two teaspoons of baking soda to a facial wash. Apply to the face and wash off with warm water.
- Spot treatment: Make a paste by mixing 2 teaspoons of baking soda with a little water. This paste can be directly applied to pimples or other acne lesions and left on for 20 minutes before thoroughly washing off.
Nail Fungal Infection
Add five drops of tea tree oil to a half-ounce of carrier oil, mix them, stir into a bucket of warm water, and soak your feet for 20 minutes. Keep your nails neat and nicely trimmed during the healing process. Use clean nail clippers, scissors, or a nail file to remove any dead nails.
Natural Hand Sanitiser
Just add a few drops of tea tree oil to a small spray bottle, the kind you get in a travel kit and Voila a natural hand sanitiser.