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I was ecstatic when I was given the opportunity to review Apothecary Extracts Australian Tea Tree Oil. Why was I overjoyed? Read on and you will see my skin dilemma.
Oh the joy of being over 40, or in my case “way” over 40.
The fight to keep my skin young and healthy looking continues. I have heard of the melaleuca oils since I was in my 20’s but never really looked into it as I am now in my late 40’s.
I was very surprised to have received a big 4-ounce bottle that came with a free 100-page recipe guide. The tea has a distinct aroma to it. It reminded me of strong woodsy eucalyptus-pine which served as a great aromatherapy oil as well. The oil in itself was a dry oil which made it very easy to absorb into the skin.
The Australian Tea Tree Oil can also be used a base for more helpful homemade recipes for shampoo, lotion, soap, face cleaner, body wash, and toothpaste. The Australian Tea Tree Oil can also be used to create all-natural household cleaners, detergents, shower sprays, bathroom disinfectants, and Kitchen Sprays.
It’s so versatile that it is used for fighting acne, toenail fungus, lice, yeast infections, skin tags, cold sores, dandruff, ringworm, fleas, warts, psoriasis, and the list goes on.
If battling the fight against aging facial skin isn’t enough. I developed an unsightly seborrhoeic keratosis under my jaw area (great).
So, I was going to give the Australian Tea Tree Oil a challenge.
I would rather put something natural on my skin than some man-made chemical compound. The Australian Tea Tree Oil is made with with the best quality oil ensuring that it will be potent and vital to the skin. I used the tea tree oil at full strength; dabbing at the affected area. After a month of applying faithfully three times a day. That ghastly thing disappeared to reveal smooth soft skin. So, it did pass the test and has my 100% approval.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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