Now Foods, Organic Essential Oils, Tea Tree, 1 fl oz (30 ml)
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Un poco menos de lo esperado
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Kancunen on Apr 29, 2013
Había oído hablar mucho del aceite de árbol de té para los granitos y ha sido un poco decepcionante. Encuentro que cuando el granito no ha salido no sirve para nada y que cuando se aplica en un granito ya formado sí ayuda a secarlo muy rápido pero no tanto como yo me esperaba. De todas formas es buen producto
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Tea Tree Oil
Posted by Reviewer2697583 on Jul 18, 2012
The smell isn't great, but dab it on a mosquito bite and it stops itching.
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by ManyChoices on Jul 13, 2012
To my surprise, because teeth not bleeding, my new dentist tells me that periodontal disease lurks below my gum lines. I guess the two prior dentists thought it would not interest me! Anyway, this tea tree oil and clay tackles the problem. I use full strength despite the unpleasant taste (I say unpleasant because no way as nasty as the discarded neem oil). On the last visit, the periodontal disease improves by 50%. A couple small wart-like growths on face dries after applying this tea tree oil a couple months. I find tea tree oil quite versatile.
Tea Tree Oil Review
Posted by Reviewer2760619 on Jul 29, 2008
I have only been using this a short time (2wks)for a fungus under my toe nail and have already noticed some amazing results. This is a great product. The only downside is the smell.
Posted by Reviewer2754236 on Jan 15, 2009
I use a drop or two in 2 ounces of water to swish for 2-3 minutes in after brushing my teeth. Also gargling is reputed to lessen sore throats. I use it prophylactly. I am please with the product.