Wellness Rhi-view: 100% Pure Australian Tea Tree Oil from Apothecary Extracts

Dear readers... I have to laugh because I never think to write a post about Tea Tree Oil because I use it often enough that it's so everyday to me. But when I saw an opportunity to sample a bottle of 100% Pure Australian Tea Tree Oil from Apothecary Extracts I was eager to finally talk to you about my love for it. 

If you aren't familiar with Tea Tree Oil it's well worth researching the history of it but I have been a fan since childhood because it has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral properties making it a wonderful, natural all-around good cleaning product. I've used it for years in my household cleaning and recently have added it to my beauty routine too.

I currently use it:

• To clean my garbage disposal, sinks, and drains.
• To treat acne.

• As a disinfectant for my nose rings.
• In homemade beard oil for my husband (he ♥'s the scent).
• In my no-poo hair wash and rinse.
• To clean my mattress and carpets.
• In my all-purpose homemade cleaner and toilet scrub.

I even sometimes use a straight drop on a damp cotton pad to wipe down the sink and toilet handles for disinfecting when I'm about to have company.

But there are many more uses! When you buy 100% Pure Australian Tea Tree Oil from Apothecary Extracts you will receive a free ebook with more than 50 uses for it. There were even some I hadn't thought to try!

The quality is excellent, the oil is crystal clear and has a bright, pure smell unlike cheaper brands I've used. At $19.99 the price is very good and while 4 fluid ounces might sound like a lot this is one essential oil you will use a lot of once you become familiar with it. Plus, I'll admit the bottle and label are so pretty that I leave it out on the bathroom counter. ☺

If you've been considering adding essential oils to your health and beauty closet Tea Tree is the first one I would recommend. It's properties make it one of the most useful and while some people find the odor too strong or unpleasant, it's actually one of my favorite smells. If you find it too overpowering alone, I usually mix it with lavender for the carpet and mattress cleaner and in my hair rinse but it also pairs well with citrus scents like bergamot or lime and herbal scents like rosemary and thyme (another great disinfectant oil).

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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