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Aqua Oleum Tea Tree Essential Oil 10ml

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Ingredients

Tea Tree Essential Oil ingredients: Botanical Name: Melaleuca Alternifolia Origin: Australia

About Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea tree Oil quality can usually be identified by its slightly unpleasant odour. A sweet smelling Tea Tree has usually been adulterated with cineol, the main constituent of Eucalyptus oil, which is also produced locally. Extraction: The essential oil is obtained by steam-distillation of the branches and leaves. Note: May cause allergic reaction in some individuals.

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