Tea Tree Pure Oil 10ml

(£7.49 per 10ml)

Tea Tree Pure Oil 10ml

(£7.49 per 10ml)

Purifying, aromatherapy Tea Tree Oil

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Key benefits: Purifying, Refreshing, Invigorating

Skin type: All skin types

Best for: Oily, problem skin 

  • A celebrated oil that has become a must-have for every household
  • Use directly on your skin or alternatively as an aromatherapy oil
  • A 100% pure essential oil with natural purifying properties helping to keep skin hydrated
  • Can be used for insect bites and blemishes
  • Helps soothe dry skin
  • Helps to relieve the discomfort of itchy skin, and relieve painful or irritated skin
  • Helps to combat oily skin

how to use

We recommend a skin patch test 48 hours before use. For general use, dilute one or two drops of oil into water or apply directly onto cotton wool, then apply to the skin. As an aromatherapy oil add 5-6 drops to a bath or vaporiser, alternatively dilute in 10-15ml of carrier oil.

advisory information

If pregnant or suffering from a medical condition, seek advice before use. Not for internal use. Avoid contact with eyes. Avoid prolonged and frequent contact with skin. If sensitivity occurs discontinue use. Avoid this product if you are allergic or sensitive to any of the ingredients. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool dry place.

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Contents: 10ml
Product code: DROTEATREOIL
*MELALEUCA ALTERNIFOLIA LEAF OIL (KEY ACTIVE: Tea Tree)†, Limonene, Linalool.† certified organic, 100% organic, 100% natural origin.

This organic product is packaged in a fully recyclable glass jar with a PP plastic lid.

It can be recycled with other glass and PP plastic at the kerbside by local authorities who usually collect glass and plastic packaging. To recycle, separate the plastic lid from the glass pot and pop into your recycling or take to the nearest collection point.

The carton is made from FSC-certified cardboard and can be recycled at the kerbside and most collection points.

Check what your local authority in the UK collects here: https://www.gov.uk/recycling-collections.

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customer reviews 4.7 out of 5 (30 reviews)

It has really helped in reducing break out of my skin and has given me even skin tone
J. W., Southall
Strong stuff
I got this as a topical ointment to get rid of a plantar wart. From the scent, this seems like a very potent variety. Tea Tree oil has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties and some use it for aromatherapy. I'm sensitive to smells so it is a bit too strong for me for use as aromatherapy but I am sure there is some way to dilute the formula. But on my foot, it works great (you only have to use a small drop after which I apply a patch of duct tape, which believe it or not is an actual proven way to remove warts). I'm grateful these organically pure oils are available.
Scott Lloyd,
Applies Easily
So far I like this product. I got it for my toe nail. One of them has a toe fungus, so am applying it now twice a day. It goes on easily. I'll let you know how it works in a few weeks. I ordered another product which you pour in water - a tea tree oil - so this seems easier to apply if you have a few specific toes to focus on.
L. M. Keefer,
Very promising . . .
I have been using pure tea tree oil on several nails more than a year. I noticed when I became lax the splitting and pulling away from the nail bed began to return. My nails are all much better, but I am thrilled to find this product that contains other natural (0rganic!) oils and acids. I am seeing a more pronounced improvement more quickly.
Carolyn Howard-Johnson,
Great Oil for Multiple Purposes
Review of: Organic Doctor Organic Tea Tree Oil, 0.34 fl.oz.This product was provided by the Vine Program in exchange for an unbiased review. This product is used for medicinal purposes and for aromatherapy. I enjoy using it in an oil diffuser or directly on my skin. The manufacturer claims that this oil is 100% pure. I like it. Well done. Five stars.
J. Hauck (Guerrilla Reader),
but faded quickly - in the past I've used tea tree oil to heal infected ear piercings and had great success. -Applicator tip is good size and holds ...
These are my pros and cons based on my experience with this organic tea tree oil.Pros:- lightly fragrenced in comparison to other tea tree oils I've used- nails were shiny with application, but faded quickly- in the past I've used tea tree oil to heal infected ear piercings and had great success.-Applicator tip is good size and holds a great amount of oilCons:- I don't feel like daily application did anything for my nails. I noticed no difference in strength, nails cracking/peeling, or color/health.
Mrs. Poff,
Classic Tea Tree Oil
Organic Doctor Organic Tea Tree Oil is a classic product with restoring properties. It is a natural, organic product made in the UK. No harmful ingredients. It is not tested on animals.
Ginny Mapes,
Great, pure, organic oil
This is very high quality Tea Tree Oil. It comes in a nice, glass bottle and is great for mixing with my other oils. It is pure Tea Tree oil and a very good consistency. Overall, I will definitely be using Organic Doctor pure oils again!
Not what I was looking for
I have not been able to tell if I'm experiencing any real benefit from the product. It seems to take a long time to dry for my patience, so I might not be using it regular enough to really get the benefit I want.
Good stuff.
I have always heard how good tea tree is on fungal infections and scalp problems. I used it when washing my hair and I didn't really notice a difference and it made my hair smell not to my liking. My husband has been using this on this toe nails and he says that it seems like it is helping and he is hopeful he will finally be able to clear up his embarrassing nails.
Mrs. ChaCha,
Great quality tea tree oil. Works great on skin and in aromatherapy diffusers.
This tea tree oil (melaleuca) is great for topical use as a type of herbal remedy. The scent works similar to eucalyptus or menthol to help promote good health. I am not super into herbal medicines but I have been using tea tree oil for general well being for years now, and it's worked well for me. I really like the scent, and I also use it in an aromatherapy diffuser because it's very relaxing to me.This Organic Doctor brand tea tree oil comes in a small .34 oz bottle and is packaged nicely. The package says there are no artificial colors, fragrances or harsh preservatives. As for the quality of this particular product, it seems consistent with tea tree oil from other brands I've used such as doTERRA and Young Living. You can definitely find larger quantities of tea tree oil for less money but usually those brands use a lot of questionable ingredients to make a small amount of melaleuca go a long way. There is a note on the package that states the product contains more than 38% Terpinen-4-ol. I didn't know what that was, but it's basically saying how concentrated the product is. Some larger bottles of tea tree oil may have significantly less Terpinen-4-ol, which will still smell good, but it's basically watered down. So although this oil is in a smaller package, it's strong and you can tell right when you open the bottle that it's fairly potent.
Potent oil in a small package
Love the smell of this. It's potent but not overwhelming and doesn't trigger my allergies or asthma. I put a few dabs on my dog, too, which helps keep her smelling good and keeps away the mosquitoes (which make her itch a lot). I also put some in my closets, to keep them fresh and smelling good. I like to combine this with a nice lemon oil, which boosts the scent and adds to it. My whole house smells delicious.
An all natural product that works!
I was happy to find an all natural remedy to improve the health of my nails. The built in applicator is just the right size when applying tea tree oil making for a straightforward and simple application each day. The only thing that I did not like was the linger odor from the oil, but that is really a small price to pay for the results of using this oil on a regular basis.
the hangnails disappeared,
I had hangnails, some that were hanging and one that got infected after I pulled it out. I should know better. They always get infected when I pull on them. Anyway, just a couple of days of this stuff and the hangnails disappeared, along with the infection. Yeah! What impressed me most is I often feel a burning desire to wash my hands after applying the tea tree oil. I know I shouldn't, but oil on my fingers just feels dirty. I can hold off for 5 minutes max. So, I don't even have to leave this on for very long to see results.
Quincy Scarbrough,
Good nail treatment.
I have used tea tree oil blended with other oils for a variety of purposes. For whatever reason, I had never heard about the nail treatment regimin.Even after only a few days, I am impressed. I work in the garden a lot, and have some DIY/repair projects going that are anything but kind to my hands, and my nails. My toenails also reflect a long history of hiking and street running and a long-ago history of dance foot-torment: in other words, they are not things of beauty. Massaging them with this oil has softened them and greatly improved their color.I am a fan.
Worddancer Redux,
Very.m nice and effective product.
I love his stuff! It's so gentle yet so strong! The scent is very light as opposed to tea tree oil that is purchased to be used for aromatherapy purposes only. I have some tea tree oil that I use in my humidifier and it's scent much stronger.Anyway, this does wonders on your skin and nails. I personally like E Oil better for my skin but Tea Tree oil has made such a positive difference in my nails. My nails used to tear so easily but this oil has helped make them healthier and stronger. My nails have always grown fast so I can't vouch for its effect on my growth. The little applicator in this makes life much easier! All companies that sell oils should do this. Helps you not waste as much :)
Cure that nail fungal infection
I am a believer in tea tree oil. When I get a bite or brush past stinging nettles, I turn to tea tree oil. It is known as a antifungal and an antiseptic. It is applied to the skin for infections like acne, nail fungus, athlete's foot, abrasions, burns, stings, ear infections and more. The undecyclenic acid stops the fungus from spreading. Most of the other ingredients are oils, which are very beneficial to your nails and your nail cuticles and the bed of your nails Application is easy - twice daily and then continue for another two to three weeks after the infection is gone. Your nails should be greatly improved. The odor is a mixture of melaleuca (tea tree oil) and the other oils. It isn't unpleasant and the smell gradually dissipates. I am very happy with this product
CoCo's Mom,
The healing and protective properties of tea tree oil combined with almond and jojoba oil to soften cuticles.
Tea trees were named by sailors in the 18th century who used the leaves from the tree to brew a kind of tea-like beverage, though the tea is not the source of leaves for the green and black teas we generally think of associated with the word Tea. The tea tree grows primarily on the southeast coast of Australia. The essential oil derived from the tree has been recognized as an effective anti-bacterial and anti-fungal and so has long been used to treat cuts, fungal infections and skin problems such as acne. Personally, I have long mixed tea tree oil with witch hazel and use it as a wonderful facial astringent after cleansing and exfoliating. This formulation combines the tea tree oil with almond and jojoba oils. The cap of the bottle has a brush applicator attached to apply the solution on your nails and cuticles. The combination of oils softens the skin and offers protection from bacteria and fungus any cuts or abrasions may present. While I love the smell of tea tree oil and the tingle it presents when applied to the skin, this solution has a more mild scent because of the blend with other oils and not full strength tea tree oil alone. Takes seconds to apply and massage into the nails and finger tips, using for a few days offers noticeably softer cuticles with continued use.
it is a user friendly tea tree oil
i like it . how do I use my credit for my next order???
It does work.
I’ve using tea tree oil on my nails & have seen a nice Improvement.
Nancy Dobbertean,
Tea tree oil doesn’t fail
Great product.I use tea tree oil for my skin condition (lichen planus and lichen planopilaris), and there is no doubt this oil alleviated the itchiness and helped my scalp feeling better abd less sore.Highly reccommended, but results to see in the long run
Good stuff!
This is decent stuff- I used it neat on my spots before being prescribed a cream by doctor. It was fairly effective!
Look no more
This is the BEST Tea Tree Oil
Vas Musaogoullari,
Tea tree oil
Thank you
ian rahilly,
Lovely thank u
No harmful (for me), good quality
Daily using: washing laundry, on skin, and as sanitizer and can tell is ok.
Great stuff
Good old tea tree oil! Great that’s it’s organic too. Only need a few drops very strong.
Great price and quality
Just as expected great quality and price is much better than in shops.
A house hold must have
Tea tree oil can always be used for something and always comes in handy for cuts.
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