Tea tree floral water is anti septic, anti fungal, anti viral and anti bacterial. Used topically it also can help clean scrapes, cuts and wounds as well as most kinds of skin irritations. Tea Tree floral water is excellent for fungal conditions such as athlete’s foot, eczema and dandruff. It can be diluted in a douche to help with thrush and candidiasis as well as urinary tract infections.
If children find the smell too strong, tea tree floral water can be blended with lavender hydrosol to soften the scent.
Tea tree floral water is the ultimate cleanser. It is great for teens with troubled skin. Just apply to the affected areas with a cotton pad or cotton ball. If you wax or do any hair removal, spray tea tree floral water on afterwards to remove the sting and redness.
While floral waters differ from hydrosols, they have similar benefits. Floral waters are made by adding 1%-2% of an essential oil or absolute to distilled water. As essential oils are not water soluble, small amounts of emulsifiers and preservatives are added. These infusions still have a place in aromatherapy as the properties of the essential oils, though diluted, are still very much present. Floral waters are especially useful when working with more sensitive people, the elderly or young children.
Ingredients: Tea Tree Floral Water, potassium sorbate, lactic acid.