Apply a thin layer to lips as needed, or as soon as you feel an itching sensation.
A shrub native to South Africa known for its strong scent and beneficial properties, now grown in many regions of Europe and Asia. The essential oil is distilled from leaves and used traditionally in aromatherapy or diluted with carrier oils to be applied to the skin for soothing benefits. a tree indigenous to India, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka, and is widespread in Asia, Caribbean, and South America.
A small tree native to Australia and widely used for its pharmacological properties. Tea tree essential oil is popular as a topical treatment to soothe skin infections. Used traditionally for small superficial wounds and insect bites, for small boils and sores, relief of itching and mild athlete’s foot, and minor inflammation of the oral mucosa. (Source: EMA/HMPC/320930/2012 Committee on Herbal Medicinal Products).
An evergreen tree native to the Moluccas in Indonesia with large leaves and crimson flowers grouped together in clusters. Essential oil is distilled from dried flower buds. Used traditionally to soothe minor inflammations in the mouth or throat, and temporary relief for toothaches due to dental cavity. (Source: EMA/HMPC/534924/2010 Committee on Herbal Medicinal Products).