The fabulous people at Bosisto’s have sent me some Tea Tree Oil spray to try out, thanks again to FGB Natural Products. I, and a few of my readers got to try out their Lavender Oil spray and we loved it! So when asked if I’d like to test their Tea Tree Oil spray – the answer was obvious.
So, what can you use Tea Tree spray on you ask? Well check this bit of info out below.
It’s 100% pure Tea Tree Oil (Meleluca) in a handy aerosol format – CFC-free of course which makes it much easier to use for all sorts of applications. What exactly, you may ask? Well, Tea Tree’s natural antiseptic properties are its main claim to fame so you can use this nifty spray directly on cuts, insect bites or scrapes exactly as you’d use an antiseptic cream… natural, non-greasy and much less messy. Tea Tree is also a famous antifungal, so if you have a hubby with odorous feet or kids with smelly shoes, you can also attack those with your handy can of Tea Tree Spray. It’s great for gym shoes, sports or work boots to help kill nasty bacteria, freshen and deodorized. It’s nit season again and Tea Tree is said to have powerful nit-repelling abilities, so spray it in school hats or on combs before brushing your child’s hair in the morning – we can’t promise it works but heaps of mums say it does. Good for pet areas too, to deter fleas. And those are just a couple of handy uses.
I hit the road with my can of Tea Tree spray last week, when we took the whole family down to Mosquito Coast aka the South Coast of NSW (doing a bit of recon for our upcoming move – expect some ranty blog posts to come about that… but I digress). And apologies to those who live on and love the south coast, but it will forever be ingrained in me to call it the Mosquito Coast – you see when I turn up it seems like every insect within a 20km radius is alerted to my arrival, and they arrived to suck out all my blood. The spray came in very useful soothing my bitten ankles and I think it acted as a repellant too. It came in very handy when the middle-sized boy got a tick buried half way under his skin (yeah that’s the Mosquito Coast for ya), which we managed to extract whole thankfully and used the Tea Tree Spray as an antiseptic on the little wound it left – it did sting the wee man, but then what antiseptic doesn’t? – but a week on and the bite hasn’t gone yuck and looks to be healing up fine. The other use it came in handy for on the road, was to use as an anti-bacterial especially when I was not able to clean everything as well as I would have liked to while on the go. So there you go – good stuff I think. Oh and as for pooplosions – awesome for stench cover up and spraying on the change table afterwards for the clean up, I whipped it out in a few mother’s rooms last week too!
And fabulous news – Bosisto’s want to give one of you – lovely dear readers of my blog – this fantastic picnic pack!
To win it please comment below, let me know where you’d take a can of Bosisto’s Tea Tree Oil spray! I will draw the winner this Sunday night so get cracking people! I want to win this too it looks great.
Sorry the giveaway prize is for Australian readers only. Ends 19/12/10.