Distilled from the leaves of the Tea Tree plant at the highest level of purity to produce a Tea Tree Hydrosol that is USDA Certified Organic.
Hydrosols are the aromatic remains after the steam-distillation process occurs. They are an excellent complement to essential oils because they are gentle enough to be used directly on the skin and are safe enough to use on children and pets.
Tea Tree Organic Hydrosol is a great item to have around to keep minor scuffs and scrapes “clean”. After rinsing the wound with soap and water, simply spray on. Tea Tree Organic Hydrosol is a gentle and effective for skin. It can be used as a facial toner and cleaner, especially for those that are prone to blemishes. Use it during times of sinus concerns to help clear the way and breathe easier. Versatile and effective, Tea Tree Organic Hydrosol is a definite must have.
During times of sinus concerns, use Tea Tree Organic Hydrosol in a steam application. Add ¼ cup of hydrosol to a large bowl of hot water, cover head with towel, and inhale deeply for several minutes. Afterwards, discard the liquid. It can also be used as a mist for linens in the evening to provide comfort when dealing with sinus concerns.
Hydrosols are often used in creating body products, room sprays and linen mists. They are also popular for use in other herbal preparations. They are an excellent complement to essential oils because they are gentle enough to be used directly on the skin and can be used on children and pets.
Hydrosols are distilled from the entire plant material, unlike essential oils which are often obtained from select parts of the plant. Therefore, hydrosols may smell quite different and distinct when comparing them to the essential oil of the same plant.
To prolong the shelf life, we recommend hydrosols be stored in the refrigerator from the time of purchase.
Country of Origin: Australia
Aromatic Scent: A stronger scent than most, tea tree hydrosol is very similar to the aroma of tea tree essential oil. Bright, fresh and green but not quite as medicinal.
Cautions: Melaleuca alternifolia