- Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm ; 113 g
- Item model number: ANVA-0407-VE
- ASIN: B00ZQDKDIU
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 14 August 2015
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,406 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Art Naturals Tea Tree Essential Oil Pure & Natural 4 Oz Premium Melaleuca Therapeutic Grade From Australia, Use With Soap & Shampoo, Face & Body Wash, Treatment for Acne, Lice & Many Skin Conditions
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- Art naturals' tea tree oil is the highest quality oil from Australia, where its therapeutic properties have been known for centuries
- Tea tree oil's antiseptic abilities fight and help heal skin irritations, including acne and dandruff
- Can be used with a carrier oil or in facial washes and shampoos to add healing and deep-cleaning power
- Used in a diffuser or humidifier, a few drops provide aromatherapy for home or office
- All ingredients meet art naturals' 100 percent natural standards, paraben free and cruelty free
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Description for Art Naturals Tea Tree Essential Oil Pure & Natural 4 Oz Premium Melaleuca
That fresh scent! That antiseptic power! Tea tree essential oil is in a class by itself when it comes to fighting infection, fungus and acne, or providing prompt cleaning of an ldquo;owie rdquo; mdash;and by the way, it blends to become a phenomenal beauty product as well. Taken from the best leaves in Australia, ArtNaturals Tea Tree Oil is derived from melaleuca alternifolia, which is native to the southeast of Queensland and the northeast coast of New South Wales in Australia. The aboriginal people of Australia discovered the therapeutic and beauty benefits of tea tree oil centuries ago, and now the rest of the world is catching on. Skin, the body rsquo;s largest organ, is exposed to germs and damage every day. So, treating the first signs of a skin irritation is the best way to maintain the healthy status of skin. The antiseptic properties of ArtNaturals Tea Tree Oil can treat and cure most common skin infections, and help heal the severe ones. Pure and natural, Tea Tree Oil has a refreshing aroma. It can be blended with other natural ingredients to create skincare aids that fight acne and leave skin clean and clear. A few drops in your shampoo fight dandruff and deep-cleanse your scalp, and used in a diffuser or humidifier, Tea Tree Oil rsquo;s aromatherapy benefits help clear sinuses and brighten up home or office. ArtNaturals presents our highest quality Tea Tree Oil in a larger bottle (4oz.) that will last longer than any other tea tree oil on the market. Included is an easy-to-use glass dropper, making it simple to measure with precision. Tea Tree Oil comes with a 10ml. bottle of our Signature Chi Essential Oil Blend and a 10ml. bottle of our Signature Zen Essential Oil Blend. Mix either of these with a carrier oil, such as coconut or jojoba, for application on your skin, or fill the air will a rejuvenating scent by adding a few drops into your diffuser.
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It is a habit of mine that before I review a product, I read other people's reviews, especially the negative ones - just to make sure I know if I've been had. This Art Naturals bottle has quite a few reviews, and understandably there are a small number of negative reviews. Most of these negative reviews complained about the oil being impure or fake. I am no expert in this matter - I don't own a mass spectrometer or a gas chromatography machine - but I think I am more qualified than most normal users to make a judgement. The reason is that I have been using peppermint oil (and others) for years, and I currently own 4 other bottles of peppermint essential oil. Three of them were bought from different brands on Amazon, and another was bought directly from a famous wholesaler with a long history of selling essential oils. I have been buying EO from them for 15 years, and have never been disappointed. The point is, I have sampled enough peppermint oil through the years to know a fake or a watered down version (the proper term is "extended") when I smell one, and I did run into a few in the past. This oil is not a fake. People need to remember that essential oils come from plants, and one bottle may smell a little different than another, even if they are from the same label but from different batch, different processing facility, different harvest, or different farms. So don't be so quick to dismiss your EO as a fake just because it doesn't smell exactly like the one you are familiar with.
As for whether this oil is adulterated/extended with carrier oil, you can easily tell. A simple sniff usually does the trick, because if the EO is extended with carrier oil it would smell much more muted, or even smell oily - remember, your essential oil is not really an "oil" which usually means a fatty acid. The other easy way, but not as immediate as a sniff test, is to put a drop on a tissue and let the oil slowly evaporate. If it contains impurities - including carrier oils because they are fatty acids and do not evaporate like EOs do - you will see a color ring - usually pale yellow or brown - around the dried blotch where the EO used to be. Lastly, you can put the EO in your diffuser and run it till dry. The carrier oil will not be diffused into the air, and what's left on the bottom of the diffuser's reservoir will be slick (oil) or even sticky (resin), especially after a few runs. I haven't put this Art Naturals oil to the diffuser test yet, but I did perform the tissue drop test. Look at the attached before and after pictures. The second picture is the close up taken an hour after the initial drop. There is no colored ring around the blotch.
What else can I say about this bottle? It smells a little sweeter than the other bottles I have. Again, that's a natural variation and does not say anything about whether one brand is better than another. If you were like me, you will like them all.