Discover The Popular Tea Tree Range Thursday Plantation!

Tea tree oil has been used for centuries because of its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and anti-fungal properties. The natural and multi-beneficial ingredient used in cosmetics comes from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia, a small tree native to Queensland and New South Wales, Australia.
The melaleuca alternifolia leaf oil which is known as an essential oil (tea tree oil) is extracted from the leaves and branches and are then added to your favourite cosmetics for there beneficial uses. Thursday Plantation offer a range of popular products that are vegan-friendly and cruelty-free, keep reading to discover more. Disclaimer: The links in black are not affiliated and are only used for you to find the product quicker.
The tea tree shampoo cleanses and revitalises the hair with one application from the 200ml squeezable tube. Combined with lime, lavender, and jojoba seed oil, this nourishing shampoo respects any irritated scalp to calm and soothe. Applying to wet hair, work the shampoo to cover the scalp and roots to ensure an even application, before rinsing with lukewarm water until all the shampoo has rinsed out. The shampoo is gentle, but is excellent in removing build-up of hair products and helping to balance the scalp, which in-turn helps the hair be healthy and moisturised!
The tea tree conditioner revitalises and adds body to the hair, when applying a significant amount accordingly to your hair length. Containing lime and bitter orange, along with jojoba seed oil, this conditioner provides hair with essential moisture and respects the scalp. Applying after using the shampoo, work the conditioner through the hair and scalp and leave-in for 2 minutes. Using luke warm or cold water to seal the hair cuticles, the conditioner instantly transforms the hair to a soft and smooth state.
The tea tree body wash refreshes the senses and gently cleanses the skin, without stripping or drying it out from its natural oils. Refreshing lemongrass, lime and orange wake your senses up, whilst aloe, glycerin and Equisetum Arvense Extract (Horsetail Extract) provide moisture and conditioning of the skin. Applied to wet skin in either the shower or the bath, the body wash slightly foams to cleanse and soothe, whilst don't forget to take a deep breathe to experience the natural aroma that will influence your well-being.
The tea tree toothpaste is a fluoride and SLS-free option for those who want to use products as such. Personally i like to use a toothpaste that contains fluoride as it helps to prevent cavities, but i did try this toothpaste to see what it was like to use. Containing calcium carbonate to polish and help remove stains, the toothpaste also uses tetrasodium pyrophosphate to act as a tarter control agent. Applying a small amount to a toothbrush, you will notice how sweeter tasting branded toothpastes are, and this is not. Leaving the mouth refreshed and clean, i can see why this toothpaste would be a firm favourite for others and is an affordable alternative. X Neil.