You can use 100% tea tree oil, but if you have sensitive skin it's best to dilute it. It's usually diluted with other oils.
I've read that you should not apply 100% tea tree oil on your skin as it may burn it. Does anyone know how to use it right?
Actually Body Shop may only have 15% of tea tree oil but it really is my favorite on pimples and spots. I am not sure what the remaining 85% are made of but it works for me!
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Just interested...what are you using Tea Tree Oil for tipytoes? Just as a natural antiseptic?
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Thanks ladies for the replies. Will have a look at these suggestions..
A lot of pharmacies in the malls carry it too. Just ask at the counter. Also bought it before at the pharmacy in Arabian Ranches.
the organic store in dubai mall has every kind of essential oil.
Park and Shop on Al wasl Rd sell Tea tree oil, Tisserand brand. Very good. I think I have also seen it in the health shop in Dubai mall near Waitrose (shop near the door)
Boots have pure 100% pure Tea Tree essential oil, be sure to get the one which is called KEW Botanics, they sell another brand which is not the same.hth
Where can I buy pure tea tree oil (if there is such a thing)I've bought a bottle from the body shop and it says 15% tea tree oil.Is this the only way it's sold?
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