Daily Dose of Nature

Tea tree’s impressive antiseptic properties make it an essential ingredient of any aromatherapy, medicine cabinet and a valuable addition to your bathroom.

First Aid

Keep tea tree handy in your handbag or rucksack, especially when holidaying in warmer climates.

  • Apply neat to stings and insect bites for swift antiseptic pain relief.
  • Soothe sunburn, cuts and bruises with a cold compress. Use a blend of 10 drops of tea tree oil and 5 drops of lavender oil in lukewarm or cold water.

Apply a cold compress to the faceted area to reduce swelling, relieve pain and to protect the wound from infection.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Donna-Luisa says:

    Like using tea tree oils, its relaxing. Thanks for sharing on this😊

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    1. GS says:

      Tea tree oil is an essential oil that has many benefits for the skin. It’s an alternative to conventional treatments. Tea tree oil can be used to treat conditions and symptoms that affect skin, nails, and hair. It can also be used as a deodorant, insect repellent, or mouthwash. When used topically, tea tree oil can treat certain skin conditions or improve the overall appearance of your skin.


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