Australian Tea Tree

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    11 products

    Australia's No.1 Selling Tea Tree Oil

    Australian Tea Tree is a brand leader in Tea Tree Oil. Their simple and effective range of natural healing products have been a firm family favourite for many years. Whilst the distinctive scent of Tea Tree Oil disappears quickly, the antiseptic effect continues to protect your Skin.

    What makes the Australian Tea Tree brand stand out?

    Their Tea Tree oil comes directly from a plantation in Australia, so they can guarantee its quality. This oil as a base throughout their wide range of products, which are continually batch tested to ensure they conform to strict quality guidelines. This is over and above industry standards.

    What do they produce?

    They offer a range of Tea Tree products to suit you and you family, from head to toe. This includes conditioning shampoos, first aid antiseptics, Australian Tea Tree Cleansing Soap Bars and Australian Tea Tree Fresh & White Tea Tree Toothpaste.

    What is Australian tea tree oil good for?

    The cleansing and protecting properties of Australian Tea Tree have been known for over 6,000 years, and were first discovered by the Aborigines. Tea Tree oil is highly prized for its powerful antiseptic properties and ability to treat wounds. It helps maintain clear and healthy skin and also encourages clean and healthy hair by restoring the scalp. Australian Tea Tree has even become an increasingly popular active ingredient in a variety of cosmetic products, while regular brushing with a tea tree infused Dental Care product may help your mouth feel refreshed, clean and purified.

    What is Tea Tree?

    The Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) gets it's name from 18th century sailors, who once used the plants leaves to create tea with an aroma similar to nutmeg. Tree Tree's predominantly grow in various parts of Australia, which include New South Wales and Queensland, and the cleansing and protective properties of it's oil (derived from the leaves of the Tea Tree) were first discovered over 6,000 years ago by the Aborigines.

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