Tea Tree Liquid Soap is a gentle liquid soap for everyone's thorough hygiene. A precious synergy between eudermic surfactants, plant extracts and 100% pure essential oils that guarantees an effective and very gentle cleansing effect. Tea Tree Liquid Soap respects the hydro-lipid balance of the skin, and helps re-establish natural homeostasis. Formulated with 100% pure, natural and total essential oils of tea tree, thyme, oregano and manuka which play an effective preventive action against the onset of any irritation of the skin, mucous membranes, and promotes the natural restoration of physiological homeostasis.
Tea Tree Liquid Soap is:
- Moisturizing and purifying
- Fresh and aromatic
- Bottle with dispenser, PE-HD - 250 ml
- 12 M
- Does not contain
- Parabens, petroleum derivatives, PEG and PPG, perfumes, synthetic dyes and viscosifiers
- Certified BDIH organic cosmetic
- 100% pure, complete and natural essential oils
- Aloe vera extract
- Glycerine produced from organic raw materials
- Eudermic surfactants, plant origin
- Dermatologically tested at the University of Ferrara
- Cosmetic allergens (Limonene, Linalool) naturally contained in 100% pure essential oils
- Produced with ZERO impact renewable energy
- NO parabens, petroleum derivatives, PEG and PPG, fragrances, dyes and synthetic viscosifiers
100% pure essential oils from tea tree* (Melaleuca alternifolia), manuka (Leptospermum scoparium), oregano* (Origanum vulgare), thyme** (Thymus vulgaris); aloe extract* (Aloe barbadensis). Ingredients are sourced from controlled organic* and Demeter biodynamic** farms.
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Tea Tree essential oil (Melaleuca alternifolia): Known since antiquity for its effectiveness, and wide range of uses, tea tree was called 'the pharmacy in a bottle' by Australian Aborigines as its leaves were used to treat skin infections and wounds. Its name comes from the fact that when Captain James Cook and his men (who landed in Australia in 1770) wanted a refreshing tea, they used the leaves of this tree. The essential oil obtained from the leaves of this plant is very effective and, if applied to the skin, strengthens and regenerates it thanks to the high presence of a molecule called terpinen-4-ol, an alcohol that, due to its chemical characteristics, has strong antimicrobial properties; the WHO has approved the topical use of this valuable essential oil.
Thyme essential oil (Thymus vulgaris): The Egyptians used it for embalming, the Romans used it to preserve food, the Greeks saw it as a symbol of courage, so much so that soldiers rubbed it on their chests for strength and vigour. Hippocrates recommended it for treating skin diseases and respiratory conditions. Thyme essential oil, extracted by distillation of the flowering tops, is very useful in combating skin irritations and problems as it helps to strengthen, purify and regenerate the epidermis.
Oregano essential oil (Origanum vulgare): The first person in history to talk about the precious properties of oregano was Theophrastus, a Greek philosopher, botanist and disciple of Aristotle. Proof of its importance can be found in the fact that this plant is represented in the coat of arms of the Faculty of Medicine in Paris. Oregano contains phenols (particularly carvacrol and thymol), vitamins and minerals such as iron, potassium, calcium and manganese, making it a true natural supplement. The essential oil, rich in carvacrol and/or thymol, is very useful for purifying, strengthening and regenerating the epidermis.
Manuka essential oil (Leptospermum scoparium): the manuka tree is native to New Zealand, and its use has been so widespread there that it is considered a true universal natural remedy, perhaps even more so than the famous tea tree oil. Suffice to say that its essential oil was even used to make water drinkable, as it freed it from parasites. Its high concentration of linalool makes this oil perfect for soothing and regenerating damaged and irritated skin.
Tea Tree Liquid Soap can be used several times a day for hand washing or as a daily intimate wash or shower gel.