Skin conditions like acne, athlete's foot, and nail fungus can be a real bother! If you’re looking for a natural treatment, look no further than tea tree oil. Tea tree oil is an essential oil derived from the Australian tea tree, Melaleuca alternifolia, that’s been used medicinally for centuries by native Australians. Its germ-killing properties make it ideal for bacterial and fungal skin conditions, and it has a broad range of other uses, including controlling dandruff and even body odour! It’s important to know the source of the tea tree oil you buy. If it’s not Australian, it may not be tea tree oil at all, since tea trees grown anywhere else in the world are nothing like native Australian tea trees. There are fraudulent tea tree oils on the market that are adulterated and may have detrimental effects when used on skin. Health First Tea Tree Oil is 100% pure and sourced from Australia. A drop or two can be diluted with olive oil for topical use on skin; mixed with water to make a natural mouthwash or house cleaning solution; combined with shampoo to control dandruff; and blended with other essential oils as a mosquito repellent! So many uses for tea tree oil!
- 100% pure tea tree oil
- Can help relieve acne, nail infections or used as an antiseptic
- Australian sourced
Each drop contains Tea tree essential oil (Melaleuca alternifolia): 100%
All Health First products are free from GMOs, artificial colours and artificial flavours.
Adults (for external use only) For acne treatment - mix 1 ml of Tea Tree Oil in 20 ml of a carrier oil (e.g. olive oil) to form a 5% dilution. Apply 5-10 drops to the affected area, 1- 3 times daily or as directed by a health care practitioner. For nail bed infection - apply 5-10 drops of Tea Tree Oil sparingly to affected nail(s), 2 times daily or as directed by a health care practitioner.
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. DO NOT TAKE ORALLY. Do not apply on broken skin. Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes; if contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water. If accidental ingestion occurs, seek urgent medical attention or contact a Poison Control Centre. Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you have epilepsy. For prolonged use or if symptoms persist or worsen, consult a health care practitioner. Avoid exposure of applied areas to sun. Known adverse reactions: May cause allergic reaction, discontinue use if excessive skin irritation develops or increases. If irritation persists, consult a health care practitioner.