Tea tree water

Tea tree water


The Tea Tree has long been valued for its wide range of uses in health and beauty applications. Derived from the leaves of the Tea Tree, this plant is usually found around Australia and New Zealand. Tea Tree Water is also known as Tea Tree Hydrosol. Essential Waters are the water that remains when essential oils are extracted, leaving a mild, gentle ingredient with all the beneficial properties of Tea Tree. There are some amazing properties that all Tea Tree variances have in common, but Tea Tree Water is the best to use as a base or for more sensitive skin types that may react with highly concentrated forms. Tea tree water keeps the scalp and skin clean and spotless thanks to its antimicrobial (antibacterial, antifungal and antiseptic) properties and its ability to balance sebum’s production and soothe irritation.

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Uses of tea tree water

  • • Skin toner: Tea Tree Water helps to clear pores and tighten skin while removing excess oil.
    • Mouthwash: Tea Tree Water’s antibacterial and antifungal properties make it a great mouthwash and breath freshener (just don’t ingest it).
    • Deodorant: When used in deodorants, Tea Tree Water will help clear away body odor by eliminating bacteria.
    • Sterilizing wounds: Tea Tree Water has been used throughout history to heal cuts and scrapes.
    • Treating acne: due to its antibacterial properties, Tea Tree Water is a mighty foe against acne.
    • Treating dry skin: Tea Tree Water will clean and moisturize your skin to leave it clear and healthy.
    • Antifungal treatment: Tea Tree Water is a great way to handle skin issues, like athlete’s foot or nail infections.
    • Treating damaged skin: Tea Tree Water is great for sunburns and other burns.

Note: consult a medical professional before use as alternative medicine


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100ml, 500ml, 1ltr

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