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Commonly used for its purifying action, tea tree essential oil is the ally of acne-prone skin. It is also known for its effectiveness against infections.find our recipes based on tea tree essential oil at the bottom of the page.
Properties of tea tree essential oil
On the skin, the essential oil of tea trea has a purifying action that regulates and cleanses the epidermis. It is also known for toning and cleansing scalps that tend to become greasy quickly. Tea tree essential oil is known for its anti-bacterial, anti-infectious, anti-viral, anti-parasitic and anti-fungal effects. Pathogenic germs present in the body are eliminated through the action of molecules called monoterpenols. The aromatological virtues of our tea tree essential oil help to calm stress, anxiety, physical and emotional fatigue. Botanical name: Melaleuca alternifolia Main constituents: Terpinene 4-ol, Gamma terpinene, Cineol 1.8, Alpha terpinene, Para cymene Density: 0.885 to 0.906 Flash point: 58°C Appearance: Clear mobile liquid Colour: Colourless to greenish-yellow Odour: Aromatic, woody and terpenic This essential oil is EOBBD (Botanically and Biochemically Defined Essential Oil).
Tea tree essential oil is a must in cosmetics for the treatment of acne-prone skin, but also for oral care. It is also used in anti-dandruff care thanks to its purifying action on the scalp. Tea tree essential oil is often indicated during an infection to eliminate bacteria, parasites, inflammation, fungi, and viruses. It is also often used in the treatment of oral (caries, oral abscess), respiratory and ENT infections, and in the prevention of ear infections. This information is for information purposes only and is taken from reference publications in aromatherapy. They do not engage the responsibility of Typology or constitute medical information. For any therapeutic use, please consult a physician.
Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. We do not recommend the use of this tea tree essential oil during the first three months of pregnancy. For all your preparations, carry out a test application of tea tree essential oil on the bend of the elbow 24 to 48 hours before use. Danger. May be fatal if swallowed and enters the respiratory tract. Causes skin irritation. May cause skin allergy, Causes severe eye damage. Wear protective gloves and eye protection. Flammable liquid and vapours. If swallowed: call a poison control centre/physician immediately.
Essential oils are sensitive to their environment, we advise you to keep them away from humidity, heat and light in their hermetically sealed amber glass bottle.
Tea Tree Essential Oil naturally contains certain allergens, listed below: Limonene, Linalool
Our essential oil has been distilled from tea tree leaves belonging to the Myrtaceae family, native to South Africa, and has a liquid texture, is colourless and has a terpenic odour. The name tea tree was given by navigator James Cook and his crew. When they arrived in Australia in 1776, they infused melaleuca leaves in water for their own consumption. It was in the 20th century that the tea tree began to be used by the Australian army in first aid kits, acting as a natural antibiotic.
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