Tea Tree Oil
A clean, green and revitalising essential oil, known for its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antimicrobial properties.
Carol Priest Natural Cosmetics Tea Tree Oil is 100% pure and natural, distilled from Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf Oil. A clean, green and revitalising essential oil, known for its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antimicrobial properties. Often used in skincare for acne-prone skin, Tea Tree Oil can also be used for soothing bodycare, invigorating home fragrance and in green home cleaning.
Benefits of Tea Tree Oil
Naturally Energising and Revitalising Aroma
Its fresh and invigorating scent uplifts the spirits and provides a refreshing aromatic experience.
Antiseptic and Anti-Inflammatory Properties for Natural Skincare
Tea Tree Oil is renowned for its powerful antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. It helps cleanse and purify the skin, reducing the appearance of blemishes and promoting a clearer complexion.
Versatile Use in Diffusion, Skincare, or Household Cleaning
Tea Tree Oil offers versatile applications in diffusion, skincare and household cleaning.
Dilute at a percentage of 1% of the finished blend, typically 20 drops or 1ml of essential oil to 100ml of carrier oil.
Do not use undiluted on the skin. You can use up to 3% dilution for use on your body or in the bath.
Consult with your doctor or midwife before using during pregnancy.
DIY Beauty Formulations
Can be used in your homemade beauty formulations like creams, balms, lotions, cleansers, toners and many more, allowing you to enjoy its beneficial properties in various skincare products.
This multitasker from down under is famous for its cleaning powers, you can use it in virtually any cleaning task from floors, toilets, sinks, to kitchen surfaces and laundry. Add 20 drops to a bucket of hot soapy water for floor mopping. Combine 10 drops with a cup of Sodium Bicarbonate and pour down the toilet for a sparkly clean loo.
Essential oils should be stored in a cool, dark place away from direct light and high temperatures to prevent oxidation.
Free From Harmful Additives
We believe in the power of clean skincare. This product is free from a wide range of harmful additives, including preservatives, parabens, phenoxyethanol, mineral oils, artificial colors, artificial fragrances, palm oil, propylene glycol, PEGs, EDTA, isopropyl alcohol, formaldehyde, and GMOs.
Rest assured, you're providing your skin with the care it deserves.
Cruelty-Free and Environmentally Conscious
We are proud to say that our products are cruelty-free and have not been tested on animals.
We are committed to promoting a sustainable future, and our packaging reflects that commitment. All product packaging, including bottles, lids, labels, and boxes, is recyclable. Our boxes are made from cardboard derived from sustainable forests and printed with vegetable-based inks.
By choosing our products, you're making a positive impact on the environment.
Incorporate it into your skincare routine to help cleanse and purify the skin, reducing the appearance of blemishes and promoting a clearer complexion.
Combine Tea Tree Oil with your favourite carrier oil. Leaves skin soothed, invigorated and muscles relaxed.
Add a few drops to your shampoo for a cleansing and balancing boost and a healthy scalp.
Add a few drops to your diffuser or oil burner and immerse yourself in the calming yet uplifting aroma of Tea Tree Oil.
Jojoba Oil is the ideal base oil for achieving radiant skin. Its lightweight and non-greasy texture deeply moisturizes and balances the skin, leaving it soft, supple, and nourished. With its remarkable ability to mimic the skin's natural sebum, Jojoba Oil ensures optimal hydration and a healthy, glowing complexion.
Can I use Tea Tree Oil if I have sensitive skin?
Tea Tree Oil may be too strong for sensitive skin. It is advisable to consult with a dermatologist or skincare professional before using it on sensitive or reactive skin. They can provide personalised recommendations and advice based on your specific skin concerns.
Can I use Tea Tree Oil for acne?
Tea Tree Oil is popular for its potential benefits in reducing acne. Its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties can help control breakouts and minimise the appearance of blemishes.
However, it is essential to use it in moderation and dilute it properly to avoid skin irritation.
How can I use Tea Tree Oil for hair care?
Tea Tree Oil can be added to your shampoo or conditioner to help promote a healthy scalp and combat dandruff. Add a few drops to your hair products and mix well before applying to your hair and scalp. Avoid using Tea Tree Oil directly on the scalp without dilution.
Is it safe to use essential oil directly on the skin?
Essential oil is highly concentrated and can be irritating if applied directly to the skin. It is best to dilute it with a carrier oil before topical application.
Conduct a patch test on a small area of skin before using it on a larger area to ensure no adverse reactions occur.
Can I use essential oil during pregnancy or while breastfeeding?
It is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before using essential oil during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. While it is generally considered safe for topical use when properly diluted, it is always best to seek medical advice to ensure the safety of essential oil usage during these stages.
Can essential oil be ingested?
Essential oil should not be ingested as it can be toxic. It is for external use only. If you have any concerns or require internal use of essential oils, consult with a qualified healthcare professional or aromatherapist.
How should I store essential oil?
To preserve the quality and potency of Tea Tree Oil, store it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat. Ensure the bottle is tightly sealed to prevent oxidation. Proper storage will help extend its shelf life.