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Tea Tree is well known for its benefits on acne, dandruff, head lice and eczema to name a few.  It can be used neat, diluted or blended with a few other simple ingredients to make a range of natural, plastic free skin & haircare products for everyday use.


Best known for its natural antiseptic properties, Tea tree is often used in the treatment of wounds & infections, coughs & colds, fungal infections and to sooth bites and stings.


A true eco warrior, Tea Tree is known to kill 99% of household germs, while leaving your home smelling fresh and uplifted. Naturally keep pets clean and healthy and get rid of nasty pests in your home and garden.


For more tips and tricks on how to use your Tea Tree Oil head to Tara's journal Nurture. Gather. Grow


WARNING: Tea tree is not to be ingested. Many people can be sensitive to Tea tree so always spot test skin on humans and animals before use. We do not claim that Tea tree cures anything and our suggestions are not intended to replace proper medical advice.