Uses Essential oils Pine & Tea Tree
Tea tree oil has endless uses as you have for skin care, hair care & DIY cleaning etc.
I personally love the scent of tea tree oil & like it with other essential oils like eucalyptus, lemon or lavender.
I love the coolness of tea tree oil on my skin & how soothing it is.
Some brands kinda smell rancid, off or like burned rubber as my daughter says & off, this one smells as it should & it also feels like quality tea tree oil. When you rub it between your fingers it does not feel thick or gooey, rather it feels like the dry oil it should be & absorbs in fast.
We use a lot of tea tree oil & I really do hate to run out, I am seeing good results from this brand.
I love using tea tree oil in the diffuser but also like using it in my DIY toothpaste & in hair & skin care as well as in cleaning. It is also great in DIY chest/vapor rub.
I also got the Pine EO & tea tree oil & pine oil create a great scent for cleaning & mopping, as a matter of fact I like to make a multi porpoise cleaner add to a spray bottle 2 parts white vinegar to 1 part water with these 2 essential oils in it. A great replacement for toxic pine sol too, you can kill germs, freshen & build the immune system
If you do not like the smell of vinegar use peroxide instead.
Really a great product.
Speaking of the Pine essential oil this has a nice mild scent, it is not overpowering like some cheaper pine EO brands.
Great for adding to mop bucket or for cleaning wood.
I like to mix olive oil or coconut oil with a bit of vinegar & lemon juice & this pine essential oil for a great furniture polish for wood that also cleans & disinfects too.
Pine oil can cause skin irritation & also if you get the scent to strong it can be an issue.
Pine EO is great for respiratory issues if used properly.
A great replacement for toxic commercial cleaner Pine Sol.
It is used to massage feet mixed with a carrier oil to get rid of fungus & for sore muscles.
I also use pine essential oil in a spray as pest control.
This is a nice quality brand & a little goes a long way.
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