Nature’s Natural Antiseptic
Dr. Bronner’s Shares Its Top 5 Uses for Tea Tree Soap
August 11, 2017
There are many uses and healing powers of Tea Tree. Valued for its antiseptic abilities, this natural herb is one of Australia’s biggest exports and can be used on the skin and around the home. It is known that during World War II, the Australian Army and Navy even incorporated Tea Tree oil in first aid kits as a germicide. Tea Tree’s anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties make it a fantastic alternative to conventional products and it is often used to soothe acne, dandruff, wounds, and fungal infections on many parts of the body. Around the home, Tea Tree can be a powerful all-purpose cleaner that may also be used to clean and remove mould.
The Tea Tree collection from Dr. Bronner’s is cruelty-free, vegan, organic, and just like Tea Tree, each product has multi-functioning uses which can be used on the body and in the home. Dr. Bronner’s shares its top 5 uses for Tea Tree:
1. Clean Piercings
Dr. Bronner’s 18-In-1 Hemp Tea Tree Pure-Castile Liquid Soap is often recommended by tattoo and piercing salons as a gentle cleanser for aftercare. A personal favourite of Zoe Kravitz, who recently stated that she uses the Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Liquid Soap to clean her piercings, the woodsy and therapeutic liquid is a popular choice. Dr. Bronner’s Tea Tree Pure-Castile Liquid Soap contains pure Tea Tree essential oil which works as an antiseptic, while the organic coconut and jojoba oils gently soothe the skin. Dr. Bronner’s Tea Tree Pure-Castile Liquid Soap £10.49 (237ml)
2. Treating Acne
Tea tree oil contains strong antibacterial and antifungal compounds that are known to reduce inflammation and swelling of the skin. The Dr. Bronner’s 18-In-1 Hemp Tea Tree Pure-Castile Liquid Soap may also be used as a facewash to treat acne, reduce inflammation and help to relieve broken skin. It helps dry out whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, and other blemishes; and disinfects the pores, too. The coconut oil specifically can prevent skin from drying out.
3. Relieving Dry Skin & Razor Burn
Dry skin, particularly on the legs, may be soothed with Dr. Bronner’s Tea Tree Organic Shaving Soap. Irritated skin and discomfort may be eased due to its anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antibacterial, and antiseptic properties.
Formulated with 100% organic and fair trade sugar from Paraguay blended carefully with the coconut-olive-hemp castile soap base, Dr. Bronner’s Tea Tree Organic Shaving Soap is a moisturising shaving soap that is natural and kind to the skin. Those affected by dry skin will find comfort when shaving with this soap as it eases razor burn with nourishing ingredients, penetrates deep into the skin, breaks down dead skin cells, and feeds the skin.
Dr. Bronner’s Tea Tree Organic Shaving Soap £8.99 (207ml)
4. Treating Hands & Cuticles
Tea Tree can be used on hands to soften dry cuticles and keep them wart free. Dr. Bronner’s 4-in-1 Tea Tree Organic Sugar Soap is combined with organic white grape juice and organic coconut-olive-hemp oils to keep hands clean, nourished, and hydrated.
Dr. Bronner’s 4-in-1 Tea Tree Organic Sugar Soap can also be used to clean makeup brushes and sponges. The tea tree oil gently disinfects the tools while the organic coconut-olive-hemp oils keep bristles and sponges soft. Dr. Bronner’s 4-in-1 Tea Tree Organic Sugar Soap £9.49 (355ml)
5. General Cleaning
The magic of Dr. Bronner’s is its versatility, with 18 uses from 1 bottle of the Pure-Castile Liquid Soap. Best used with a cloth, towel, loofah, or sponge—you can use it to clean your bathroom, kitchen, your clothes, and even your pets.
Top uses for the Tea Tree collection is to remove mould and mildew from the home. It may be poured over clothes that smell after being washed in a musty washing machine to add freshness and also into the machine to remove the mould itself.
Dr. Bronner’s Tea Tree range of soaps is available at health stores nationwide and www.drbronner.co.uk
For further press information please contact: Jas Mattu or Chloe Gorman at The Spa PR Company
E. [email protected] | T. 020 7100 7018
Note to Editors
Dr. Bronner’s is a family business committed to honouring the vision of founder Emanuel Bronner by making socially and environmentally responsible products of the highest quality, and by dedicating profits to help make a better world. The company’s commitment to progressive business practices is part of the company’s mission to put into practice the principles that inform the philosophy printed on the company’s iconic soap labels written by founder Emanuel Bronner. Bronner was a third generation soap maker who spent his life renouncing hate and war on a personal mission to unite mankind. His strong views and lectures landed him in a mental asylum in Chicago, but eight months later in 1948, Bronner escaped and continued with his message in California. During this time, he also began making peppermint liquid soap under the ‘Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps’ brand. He gave the soap away during his talks but soon realised people were taking it without listening to him speak. As a result, he started writing his philosophy on the bottle in tiny script, which is still used on Dr. Bronner’s packaging today. The company has grown to become the top-selling natural soap maker in North America and a major brand worldwide. Based on 2015 sales, a bottle of Dr. Bronner’s soap was sold, on average, every 3 seconds.