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B Skincare’s high quality, homemade Tea Tree Oil Cream is a brilliantly versatile addition to your bathroom cabinet or first aid kit.
Tea tree oil is a natural antiseptic and is often used in its pure form to treat blemishes and fungal infections. However, tea tree oil can be incredibly potent and can end up drying out and irritating the skin when applied directly to it.
B Skincare’s Tea Tree Oil Cream is a gentler alternative. The light, creamy formula helps to soothe the skin when it is applied rather than irritating it, but the powerful antiseptic properties are not lost. It is suitable for treating bacterial or fungal infections such as athlete’s foot and nail fungus, but also brilliant for protecting against infections when applied to small cuts and spots.
You can also apply it to insect bites and stings to take away the pain and itch, and use it to treat cold sores. It’s also great for minor burns, grazes, rashes, allergic reactions… The list goes on!
Unlike many other tea tree oil creams, balms and moisturisers, B Skincare’s does not contain lanolin which can be an irritant to sensitive skin, is free from parabens which are linked to cancer, and does not contain palm oil which is unethically sourced from our diminishing rainforests. It’s kind to you and the planet. We love it and so will you!
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|SKU / Product Code||93074|
|Ingredients||Aqua, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol (Vegetable Emulsifying Wax), Cera Alba, Glycerin, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree Oil) Dehydroacetic Acid, Benzyl Alcohol|
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