Thanks to BrandBacker, I was selected to try a complimentary 4oz bottle of pure Tea Tree Oil from Apothecary Extracts. I’ve never used pure tea tree oil before, but I’ve used products that contain the oil. Apothecary Extracts is committed to selling only the purest essential oils, and have tests to prove it. Their products are available for purchase on Amazon.com. Apothecary Extracts uses conservation farming practices and have the smallest carbon footprint out of other producers of Tea Tree Oil. They also use organic fertilizers and minimal use of pesticides, but use natural crop protection products when possible. The company was founded in 2013 because they were tired of not knowing what was in essential oils sold.
Now onto the product! I got a big 4oz bottle and Apothecary Extracts will send you a recipe e-book filled with over 50 recipes to use with their Tea Tree Oil. Tea Tree Oil has TONS of uses, especially with it’s anti-bacterial properties. The uses vary from naturally fighting acne, nail fungus, skin tags, cold sores, dandruff, ringworm, fleas, warts, psoriasis, and much more. Yeah, sorry to mention the gross stuff, but these things exist and a lot of people encounter them. So it’s good to know there are natural ways of dealing with it. You can also use it to make your own shampoo, lotion, soap, face cleaner, body wash, and toothpaste. You can also make your own all natural household cleaners, detergents, shower sprays, bathroom disinfectants, and kitchen sprays.
I decided to try out a recipe for this post. I made my own acne spot treatment with items I had on hand. I didn’t follow the quantities on the recipe 100% as the container I had was too small, so I cut it in half. Just so you know, 1 tablespoon equals 1/2 ounce, which was great for the container I had. I used a little on my pimples and love the cool and refreshing feel. I put the rest in the fridge for later. I’m looking forward to seeing some results!
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