Amanda Hird Arsenaultadded September 4, 2017

(UPDATE: this oils only helped take the edge off the discoloration, but didn’t help to clear up my toes. What ended up working best was an over-the-counter fungal those used on Jock Itch! 😷). I picked up this oil because I was told it helps to clear up toe nail fungus (yes...I know, TMI)! I picked up this nasty little problem after a trip to (what I thought was) a nice salon for a pedicure. Now my toe nails are white and not in a pretty way. I read that tea tree oil helps and I am willing to give it a go. I use oils to strengthen my nails anyways, so this is not an added step for me...just a different type of oil. The box says this is a purifying oil and their suggested use is to mix it into body wash or to just use in a diffuser. The origin is Australia, it is extracted from leaves and twigs by steam distilling, and has a spicy/medicinal case you wanted to know. It is cruelty free. And it pairs well with eucalyptus, lavender, lemon, peppermint, and sweet orange. It comes in a glass bottle with a child-proof cap and a drip-stopper. It is .5 fl oz. I just shake the bottle over my toes and rub it into the nails with my fingers. It has a strong smell and reminds me of a minty eucalyptus. The smell will dissipate after a few min but does help mask the more unpleasant smell of nail polish!! I have not tried this long enough to see any results...but I will (hopefully) update you by the end of the year.


Aura Cacia


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Tea Tree

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