Australian Tea Tree Oil Review

Over the years I’ve used a few products featuring tea Tree Oil as an ingredient but I was never aware of just how useful it could actually be. This 100% Pure Australian Tea Tree Oil comes with a recipe book to help you explore all of the different possible uses.


The 4 ounce bottle is kind of huge in terms of pure oils, and can last up to a year with regular use.

One of the things I was most interested to learn is that it can be used to make safe and effective household cleaners, disinfectants and detergents. With both children and pets roaming the house, some of whom have a tendency to think that the world is best explored just through tasting everything in their paths, I’m always looking for more natural alternatives to harsh chemical cleaners that also actually work.

I already knew Tea Tree Oil was a good way to fight acne; facial care products are primarily where I’ve encountered it before. It definitely is effective at clearing up breakouts. I think it will be fun to pass this secret on to the girls and show them that they don’t need expensive acne fighting “systems” to keep their young skin clear and blemish-free.

There is a whole other list of uses for Tea Tree Oil that I had no idea about. It can be used to cure toenail fungus, lice, yeast infections, skin tags, cold sores, dandruff, ringworm, fleas, warts, psoriasis, and more.

 You can use it to make your own shampoo, toothpaste, soap, lotion- on and on! I haven’t yet tried it for all of these things so I can’t vouch for its effectiveness in all areas, but I will certainly feel better having it on hand to try out if the need arises.

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