Tea Tree Body Wash 200ml
Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Body Wash With refreshing lemongrass, lime and orange. Tee tree body wash is made with organic ingredients. It gently cleanses without drying. Herbal extracts and essential oils soothe and stimulate the skin. Ideal for use in the shower. The first bottles of Thursday plantation tea tree oil were sold at local markets. Using only kerosine lantern and candles for illumination, the bottles were hand filled and the labels lovingly hand drawn with crayons. The magic of tea tree oil can now be found in homes around the world. 200ml
The Features and Benefits of Tea Tree Body Wash
- Contains 72% Certified Organic Ingredients
- Certified by the Organic Food Chain
- Contains 100% pure Tea Tree Oil
- Contains 100% naturally derived ingredients
- Non drying
- Contains refreshing lemongrass, lime and orange essential oils
- New convenient tube - reduces wastage
Free from polysorbates, petrochemicals, propylene glycol, lauryl sulphates, synthetic parabens, synthetic fragrances, synthetic colours, synthetic preservatives and animal derived ingredients
For external use only. Wet skin. Apply a sufficient quantity to create a rich lather. Rinse thoroughly.
The History of Thursday Plantation
The indigenous people of north-eastern New South Wales had known about the healing and disinfecting properties of tea tree oil for thousands of years. They applied poultices of crushed tea tree leaves to cuts and wounds and inhaled the volatile oil from the crushed leaves to alleviate congestion and respiratory tract infections.
The scientific discovery of the plant’s virtues came in 1923 when the leading state government chemist, Arthur Penfold, tested the oil of the tea tree and determined its antiseptic action was about 12 times stronger than the widely used carbolic acid. Extensive clinical trials with medical and dental colleagues in London and Sydney led to glowing reports in the distinguished scientific journals of the day.
Indeed, the 1930’s and 1940’s saw tea tree oil widely acclaimed as a near perfect antiseptic, so much so that during World War II Australian soldiers were issued with tea tree oil in their first aid kits. The troops also sang the praises of tea tree oil’s insect repellent and anti-fungal properties. At home, it was put to an amazing spectrum of uses from shampoo, toothpaste and smelly feet to boils, acne and head lice.
Sadly, this remedy from nature was forgotten for almost 30 years as cheap, synthetic antibiotics flooded the world’s medicine markets and became a way of life. The tea tree industry collapsed by the 1960’s and the oil became a rare commodity.
But, in 1976, Eric White became the latter-day pioneer of the Australian tea tree industry. Convinced of its applications in modern society, Eric chose the alternately flood-washed and drought-baked Bungawalbyn Swamp, near Coraki in northern NSW, for his first crops. After four years of painstaking research and lobbying, a crown lease was granted.
It arrived on a Thursday in 1976….this was the day Thursday Plantation was born.
Aloe vera leaf juice*, water, decyl glucoside, coco-betaine, glycerine*, glyceryl stearate, cetyl alcohol, xanthan gum, tea tree leaf oil, honeysuckle flower extract (lonicera caprifollum & japonica), equisetum arvense extract, cymbopogon schoenathus oil, commiphora abyssinica resin extract, rosemary leaf extract, lime oil, orange peel oil, achillea millefolium extract, limonene, citral, geraniol. 72% certified organic and 100% naturally derived. *certified organic ingredient.
Keep out of reach of Children. Always read the label. Use only as directed. Discontinue use if sensitivity occurs. Do not use: Internally: this product has been designed for external skin application. Near eyes: avoid contact with eyes due to eye sensitivity