Tea Tree Essential oil

A potent multipurpose essential oils that give natural healing and protection with its herbal, warming and slightly spicy aroma.

$16.00
Quick Overview:
A pure essential oil that is steam distilled from the leaves and twigs of Tea Tree that is well know for its beauty applications and also adds to general well being. One its most common uses today is to effectively and quickly spot treat acne, blemishes and pimples without any over-drying, redness and tightness. As an anti-inflammatory agent, it relieves a variety of skin irritations including eczema and psoriasis. Also very beneficial for the health of hair and scalp with its ability to soothe dry flaking, remove dandruff and can even be used for the treatment of lice. When diffused, it strengthens the vital energy within the body, energises the heart and mind and uplifts the spirit.
Benefits :
• 100% Natural
• Clears acne and pimples
• Reduces oiliness
• Heals skin inflammation
• Clears oily scalp and dandruff
• Energizing and uplifting
What To Expect:
A pale, yellow mobile liquid with a warm, fresh, spicy and herbal aroma.

How to Apply

For Home Fragrance: Pour a few drops onto a cotton ball and tuck into a corner of the room, refresh the cotton as required. Can also be used as a diffuser oil by adding a few drops with water to an essential oil burner.
For Skin, Hair and Body: To be used after diluting with a carrier oil such as Coconut, Almond and Sesame only. Add 1 or 2 drops of essential oil to a teaspoon of your chosen carrier oil and blend well. Not for direct use on skin. Keep away from eyes. For external use only.

Use With

TEA TREE

Antiseptic and anti-inflammatory in nature as well as anti-aging and anti-microbial, it is useful in cases of abnormal Kapha and Pitta, and many skin diseases. It’s also a natural sunscreen and fights infections and burns.
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Q. Can I use this directly on my pimples or rashes as a spot treatment?

Question by: PRIYANKA AGGARWAL on Sep 22, 2016 09:23:45 AM

A. No, neither this nor any of our other essential oils should ever be directly applied to skin as they are extremely concentrated and are like to irritate the skin. However, it can mixed with a light carrier oil like Coconut or Almond oil to be used as a spot treatment.

Answer by: Team Kama on Sep 23, 2016 11:53:35 AM

Q. Can i use it on my scalp directly?

Question by: PRIYANKA AGGARWAL on Sep 22, 2016 09:23:45 AM

A. No, direct scalp application is not recommended - instead, please mix into your existing hair oil or a light carrier oil like Coconut or Almond oil for a scalp treatment.

Answer by: Team Kama on Sep 23, 2016 11:53:35 AM

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