Iryasa Organic Tea Tree Essential Oil

$15.00 $12.50
Beauty & Wellness
Iryasa
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  • A powerful healing, natural first aid oil that soothes and calms redness, acne, inflammations, infections, insect bites and other skin irritations
  • Stimulates the immune system; prevents bacterial and fungal infections
  • Soothes respiratory tract infections; helps loosen and remove mucous; helps prevent the spread of infectious diseases
  • Used in several personal/household toiletries and cleaning supplies for its cleansing, purifying and invigorating properties
  • USDA Organic certified

Specifications
Botanical name: Melaleuca alternifolia
Aroma: Fresh, Camphoraceous, Medicinal
Plant part: Leaf
Note classification: Middle to top
Distillation method: Steam distillation

How to Use

For Aromatherapy:
Add about 4-5 drops of Iryasa Tea Tree oil for every 100ml (3.3 fl.oz) of water in your diffuser to cleanse & purify the air and prevent the spread of infectious diseases. You may need to increase/decrease the number of drops depending on the size of the room and where your diffuser is kept. For instance, you'd probably need less number of drops for a smaller or less ventilated room. Since the intensity of scents are such a personal preference, we recommend that you start with less and work your way up as needed.

For Topical Application:
Tea Tree oil is an excellent remedy for acne. Dilute 8 drops of 100% pure Tea Tree oil in 30ml (1 fl.oz) of Jojoba oil to make a 1% dilution. Regularly apply a few drops of this blend on the concerned area.

Safety Information
All Iryasa Essential Oils are highly concentrated - always dilute with an appropriate carrier oil before topical use. Not for internal use, except if directed by an expert or a qualified practitioner. Never use undiluted essential oils near eyes or mucous membranes. Store in a cool, dark and dry place. Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant, lactating or under any medication, consult your physician before use.

We always recommend performing a patch test, especially if you are using Tea Tree oil for the first time on your skin. Tea Tree oil may cause sensitisation if old or oxidised. Always ensure that the cap is tightly closed after use. Do not use this oil undiluted. Although many will tell you to use undiluted Tea Tree oil for “spot treatment”, we always recommend that you blend with a suitable carrier oil as it helps avoid skin irritation.