NOW Foods Essential Oil Tea Tree

NOW Foods - Essential Oil Tea Tree 2 Ounces

NOW Foods – Essential Oil Tea Tree

100% Pure Melaleuca alternifolia

Ingredients: 100% pure tea tree oil

Aroma: Potent, warm, spicy

Benefits: Cleansing, purifying, renewing

About Tea Tree Oil Try Purifying Room – a recipe using Tea Tree Oil.

Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Potent, Non-irritating Tea Tree Oil, March 29, 2010
By
1RogueAngel (Inland Empire, CA United States)
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This review is from: NOW Foods – Essential Oil Tea Tree 2 Ounces (Health and Beauty)

I use Tea Tree Oil in lotion, shampoo, and to treat minor acne/skin inflammation.
This product is very potent and does not cause irritation. But always spot test with any tea tree oil to make sure it won’t bother ‘your’ individual skin.

I love it. Will continue to buy it as needed.

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Tea Tree Oil, November 25, 2011
By
L. Nash (Southern California)
Amazon Verified Purchase
This review is from: NOW Foods – Essential Oil Tea Tree 2 Ounces (Health and Beauty)

A Doctor told me to use Tea Tree Oil for a skin rash or small pimples. It worked great and I thought I’d keep some on hand, the best price was online at Amazon.com and it was 100% pure NOW Foods Tea Tree Oil..

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Soothes mosquito bites, July 20, 2012
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This review is from: NOW Foods – Essential Oil Tea Tree 2 Ounces (Health and Beauty)

We normally have few summer insects where I live–it’s breezy and dry. But this winter it was warm, and with a wet spring, we ended up with a really high number of mosquitos. So every time I go out to walk the dog or go swimming, I get bitten up.

My usual remedy is spirits of ammonia, which is ammonium carbonate or smelling salts in solution. A dab of that and the itching stops. However, it’s hard to get it (you have to order it at the pharmacy) so I got a bottle of this tea tree oil instead. I dabbed it on the many bites and in minutes, the swelling was reduced, itching stopped and the areas that were “oozy” had started to heal up.

Tea tree is naturally antiseptic, so this is good if you have bites that are seeping. The effect seems to wear off after 12 hours and I needed to reapply it, but it really does work.

You can add a few drops to shampoo for dandruff, or use as an antiseptic, but not everyone enjoys the smell (it’s strongly piney and almost eucalyptus-like, with an herbal overtone that is slightly unpleasant until you get used to it. But I find it is helpful for skin irritations. Your results may vary–anyone can be sensitive to any compound, natural or artificial.

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  1. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Potent, Non-irritating Tea Tree Oil, March 29, 2010
    By 
    1RogueAngel (Inland Empire, CA United States) –

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    This review is from: NOW Foods – Essential Oil Tea Tree 2 Ounces (Health and Beauty)

    I use Tea Tree Oil in lotion, shampoo, and to treat minor acne/skin inflammation.
    This product is very potent and does not cause irritation. But always spot test with any tea tree oil to make sure it won’t bother ‘your’ individual skin.

    I love it. Will continue to buy it as needed.

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  2. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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    Tea Tree Oil, November 25, 2011
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    L. Nash (Southern California) –
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    This review is from: NOW Foods – Essential Oil Tea Tree 2 Ounces (Health and Beauty)

    A Doctor told me to use Tea Tree Oil for a skin rash or small pimples. It worked great and I thought I’d keep some on hand, the best price was online at Amazon.com and it was 100% pure NOW Foods Tea Tree Oil..

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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    Soothes mosquito bites, July 20, 2012
    By 
    Joanna Daneman (USA) –
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    This review is from: NOW Foods – Essential Oil Tea Tree 2 Ounces (Health and Beauty)

    We normally have few summer insects where I live–it’s breezy and dry. But this winter it was warm, and with a wet spring, we ended up with a really high number of mosquitos. So every time I go out to walk the dog or go swimming, I get bitten up.

    My usual remedy is spirits of ammonia, which is ammonium carbonate or smelling salts in solution. A dab of that and the itching stops. However, it’s hard to get it (you have to order it at the pharmacy) so I got a bottle of this tea tree oil instead. I dabbed it on the many bites and in minutes, the swelling was reduced, itching stopped and the areas that were “oozy” had started to heal up.

    Tea tree is naturally antiseptic, so this is good if you have bites that are seeping. The effect seems to wear off after 12 hours and I needed to reapply it, but it really does work.

    You can add a few drops to shampoo for dandruff, or use as an antiseptic, but not everyone enjoys the smell (it’s strongly piney and almost eucalyptus-like, with an herbal overtone that is slightly unpleasant until you get used to it. But I find it is helpful for skin irritations. Your results may vary–anyone can be sensitive to any compound, natural or artificial.

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