Tea tree oil is one of the most widely used essential oils in the world, with recognised human health effects.
It has been recommended since ancient times by traditional medicine. It is obtained by distilling the leaves of Malaleuca alternifolia.
Tea tree oil is known for its antiseptic and antifungal properties. It has been found to penetrate easily into the skin, oxygenates the cells, stimulates their regeneration and does not irritate mucous membranes.
It is therefore indicated as a safe and effective means of combating pimples, itching, warts, corns and herpes.
Tea tree oil has a powerful anti-acne action, which is an inflammatory and recurrent condition of the sebaceous hair follicles of the skin.
It helps to eliminate annoying athlete’s foot fungus, soothes insect bites and is equally effective as an antiseptic for wounds with pus, cuts and scratches as well as for mouth ulcers, vaginal infections and as a support against psoriasis.
Tea tree oil has a powerful antiparasitic and insect repellent action and is therefore used in shampoos, lotions, mousses, etc.
Dispenser 30 ml.
Apply on the skin with a light massage two or three times a day.
Melaleuca Alternifolia, Calendula Officinalis, Tocoperyl acetate.
- This information is merely informative, it is not intended to recommend or diagnose any disease and treatment.
- Any physical or psychological problems should be supervised by a doctor or pharmacist.
- Keep out of the reach of children.
- Keep in a cool, dry place.