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100% pure uncut tea tree maleleuca essential oil aromatherapy therapeutic grade
100% pure uncut tea tree maleleuca essential oil aromatherapy therapeutic grade

Tea Tree Oil, 100% Pure Essential Oil Steam Distilled 10ml | Flair Essentials

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  • 100% pure Tea Tree Essential Oil. The most popular essential oil in aromatherapy, is carachterised by its refreshing, balancing and cleansing power, making it ideal for use in skincare, helping to protect and clarify the skin.
  • Fabulous when used in a burner or diffuser, with its powerful, spicy, clean aroma is said to be calming yet invigorating, to making you feel revitalised and refreshed.
  • It has a soothing and cooling effect on the skin, so will leave your body relaxed and your mind energised. Ideal for use in massage, when blended with a carrier oil. 
  • Tea Tree has useful benefits for the hair and scalp too. It can help you maintain a healthy scalp and its naturally conditioning powers will help to nourish your hair and leave it feeling super healthy and strong.

Botany

Melaleuca Alternifolia, commonly referred as tea tree, is an evergreen shrub that is a member of the Myrtle family. It is indigenous to Australia and grows along the streams and swamps. The height of this plant is about 20 feet and has white papery bark. The leaves are narrow, soft and contain oil. The flowers of this plant are creamy-white in the shape of spikes.

Blends well with
Bergamot, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Grapefruit Pink, Juniper Berry, Lavender, Lemon, Marjoram, Nutmeg, Pine, Rose Absolute, Rosemary.

Precautionary Measures

• Combine the tea tree essential oil with carrier oil when applying on skin.
• Don’t use it orally.

Botanical name Melaleuca alternifolia
Plant part Leaves
Extraction method Steam
Note Middle
Colour Pale yellow to colourless
Solubility Insoluble in water & soluble in alcohol and oils
Strength of aroma Medium to strong
Aromatic scent A fresh, antiseptic and medicinal scent with mint and spice back-notes