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A must for your medicine cabinet
Member Name: michellej
Date: 10/09/00, updated on 10/09/00 (53 review reads)
Advantages: Great all-rounder
Disadvantages: Absolutely none!
Now who hasn’t heard of tea-tree?
There’s tea-tree shampoo, tea-tree facial cleansers and spot remedies that boast the fact that one of their main ingredients is Tea-Tree oil.
It is well known that Tea-Tree oil is a brilliant oil to have stashed away in the medicine cupboard!
There’s no need to say that it is great for cuts, burns, spots, stings and other skin irritations because you probably already know.
The best way to use Tea-Tree oil is to use it for cuts and bruises to speed up the healing process. It is also excellent for spots as it makes them disappear quicker and is in fact cheaper than the famous Oxy!
This is a must have to your collection, and even if you don’t take up the art of Aromatherapy, it is still a must for any household!