Home made Tea Tree Oil natural liquid soap for your laundry

Which liquid detergent (or washing powder) do you use? Have you ever read the washing detergent label and all its ingredients? Maybe you do not know it yet but detergents can contain many skin irritants and pollutants… And the are excessively expensive!

Home made Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca Alternifolia) natural liquid detergent for your laundry

Especially for those who are subject to dermatitis and allergies related to petroleum derivatives and also try to respect the environment in their daylight life, here is a simple recipe for a Tea Tree Oil liquid laundry detergent and softener, very easy to do at home.

What do you need?

Continue reading

How to recognize the quality of the Melaleuca Alternifolia essential oil (Tea Tree oil)?

The Melaleuca Alternifolia essential oil (Tea Tree Oil) is often important to solve many daily problems. It is essential for symptoms of colds, sore throat or cough, hair treatment, skin disinfection and many other uses summarized in our article dedicated to the properties and uses of Tea Tree oil

But how to recognize an high quality Melaleauca Alternifolia essential oil?

Continue reading

Tea Tree Oil COWASH for wonderful hair

COWASH: a new effective hair treatment! What is it and how to do it at home?

Hair Balm for your hair treatment

Tea Tree Oil Hair Balm perfect for cowash

The fall season is at the door and it is well known that this is the time of the year for hair loss. The last weeks of summer are precious for preparing the scalp and hair for the fall. Specific natural treatments can help you face autumn with gorgeous and vigorous hair. Like the skin, even the scalp needs scrub treatmentsContinue reading

All the incredible properties and use of Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca Alternifolia)

What is the Tea Tree?


Australian Tea Tree Oil: original, natural, essential

Tea Tree is the extract of Melaleuca Alternifolia, an Australian plant that belongs to the family of mirtaceae with a fresh and aromatic scent.

It has been defined as one of the oldest healing plants since the first medical remedies based on tea tree date back to 40,000 years ago. In fact, since the appearance of the first Australian aborigines, the miraculous properties of the Melaleuca Alternifolia were known. The plant was re-named ‘Tea Tree’ by Captain Cook’s crew since they mainly used it for the preparation of healthy teas, as soon as they arrived in Australia.

Continue reading