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Tea Tree Essential Oil: Long used for its antiseptic properties, Tea Tree is normally found in acne products (soaps, lotions, pimple creams, masks, etc.). You can also use it in anti-fungal creams and powders.

Distillation Method: Steam Distillation
Country of Origin: Australia
Part: Leaves, twigs
Botanical Name: melaleuca alternifolia

Edible: Yes

NOTE: This low-flashpoint oil (136°F) will ship Ground Only, regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout. It cannot ship outside the lower 48 U.S. states or USPS.

Photo attribution - ©Can Stock Photo


Average Rating:
(based on 9 reviews)

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by peggy
on 9/8/2015
lice repellent
this is the main ingredient in lice repealing shampoo i was given a bottle from a friend used it in my kids shampoo bar a out break at school over 1/2 of her class had lice but she has remained lice free for 2 yrs this is what got me into soap making i don't see a recipe for it but i add 1/4 oz per lb of soap
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by Ashley
on 7/28/2015
Awesome EO!
I used this in an activated charcoal & bentonite clay cold processed soap and it turned out awesome. When I made the soap it was so strong, but now that my bars are cured there is a slight smell of it. It's very light and it actually smells good to me being this way as I'm not the biggest fan of it. I'll add that I didn't add any other scents. I will definitely make this again because I love this soap!
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by melissa
on 6/10/2015
So nice!
I love this! Like the other reviewers, it's one of my favs. I love to blend it with softer scents to get amazing smell combos.
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by Ceara
on 2/18/2015
I personally like the smell of tea tree oil and this smells great. It is definitely a medicinal smell which may not be appealing to all noses. I use this oil in a tea tree aloe soap which is one of my favorites to use personally and my customers like it too. It does work well for acne and also for dandruff.
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by Sabrina
on 2/23/2014
Acne Bars
Are there any recipes on the Soap Queen Blog that use Tea Tree to make a bar of soap for acne
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