Bosistos Tea Tree Oil helps treat infection in minor wounds, insect bites, acne and skin rashes.
Bosistos Tea Tree Oil 50mL helps eliminate foot odour, cleans and freshens and deodorises the home.
- 100% pure tea tree (Melaleuca) oil
- natural alternative to first aid creams and salves
- antibacterial to help prevent and treat infection in minor wounds, insect bites, acne and skin rashes
- helps eliminate foot odour
- cleans, freshens and deodorises around the home
- removes and helps prevent mould and mildew
Acne & pimples
After usual skincare routine, dab oil directly onto pimples. Repeat at least twice daily. Can be diluted with water 1:5 if skin is particularly sensitive
Antiseptic & insect bites
With a clean cotton wool ball, apply directly to cuts, grazes, minor insect bites and stings
Skin irritations (including shaving rash)
Soothe the area by adding a few drops of Bosisto's Tea Tree Oil to a carrier oil, such as olive oil. Apply topically to affected area daily.
Foot odour & shoe deodoriser
Freshen feet naturally: wash and dry feet thoroughly then apply oil directly in between toes or dab on with a cotton wool ball, to freshen and manage foot odour
Add a few drops to a foot bath to neutralise foot odour
Sprinkle in shoes or add to tissues and put in shoes
Add to mop bucket to naturally kill germs and freshen floors – a splash of dish liquid will help it mix
Add one capful of Oil in toilets and drains, as an antibacterial cleaner, freshener and deodoriser.
Add two capfuls to the laundry rinse cycle to help kill germs and freshen clothes and linen.
Don’t choke on mould-killers…. for a DIY mould and mildew spray make a 25% (1:3) solution with water in a spray bottle. Include a few drops of dish liquid to help the oil mix. Spray onto affected areas, wait a few minutes then wipe clean.
Fido got fleas? Launder pet bedding with two capfuls of oil to deodorise, freshen and kill bacteria and deter fleas.
Active ingredient tea tree (Melaleuca) oil 100% w/w. Complies with B.P (British Pharmacopeia standard for tea tree oil).
Always read the label and use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your doctor.
Pet caution: essential oils can be of benefit to pets. However the skin of animals is sensitive and essential oils, especially undiluted, should be used sparingly and with caution. Importantly, never use essential oils directly onto the skin of cats.