Mason Vitamins Tea Tree Oil 100% Pure Australian Oil Pharmaceutical Grade, 1-Ounce

June 18, 2013 - Comment

Tea tree oil traditionally used as a topical agent for the skin. Legal Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose,treat,cure or prevent ant disease. This product has been manufactured and packaged in strict conformance with industry & government standards. Mason Natural®is a

Tea tree oil traditionally used as a topical agent for the skin. Legal Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose,treat,cure or prevent ant disease. This product has been manufactured and packaged in strict conformance with industry & government standards. Mason Natural®is a registered trademark and does not refer to any product claim.

Product Features

  • 100% Pure Australian oil
  • Pharmaceutical grade
  • Has antiseptic and antifungal activity
  • Manufactured in the USA

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Tiffany Crandall says:

Most Amazing Product Ever! Tea tree oil is an amazing product. I have only been using it for a couple of days but in this amount of time I had a couple new blemishes appear on my face and after applying some tea tree oil on on and around the area, they are totally gone! I now use it as a basic face wash, and just use a cotton swab to apply it to all parts of my face and neck.I also use the tea tree soap bars which comes included with the Perfectly Pure brand, . I use more as a face wash bar than anything else but I know some people use it as a body soap too.I think tea tree oil is one of the coolest inventions (or finds I guess lol) of all time. It has some many benefits and after reading some other reviews I’ll have to try some of the other uses for it too. But for right now, I’m just thrilled that I finally found a way to keep my face clear. Just hope…

dorie says:

Large skin tag (1″ x 1″) dried up in a month… Large skin tag (1″ x 1″) dried up in a month with twice a day tea tree oil application and covering (wrapping) with a cotton ball – and taping in place. Wrapping protected surrounding skin from the drying effects of the tea tree oil. Hopes fulfilled beyond expectation! :-)Skin tag free at last!

Retired but still kicking says:

Interesting stuff First, it has a strong odor, something like turpentine or other woody furniture product. That’s not a bad thing, just be warned, it won’t go unnoticed. I’ve been working on a batch of skin tags and they are showing signs of not liking the odor (they look like they’re leaving 🙂 Also have a growth (one of those whatchama call its) above my lip. Seems a lot of people have one of these. I don’t like it so anything short of shaving it off is what I’m looking for. I’ve been at it a little over a week and it REALLY is getting smaller, flatter and I think, if I keep it up, it’ll be gone. Sure would be nice to be able to shave there without having to use my electric to keep from bleeding. I’m going to attack a toe with fungus next. I’m sold on the stuff.

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