Tea tree oil soap made for contact sport athletes and martial artists

Tea Tree Oil is an oil produced by distilling the leaves of trees of Australian origin belonging to the Melaleuca family. The oil we obtain through this process has powerful antifungal and antimicrobial effects.

The leaves of various Melaleucas were traditionally used by Australian Aborigines for colds, fevers and congestions. The Bundjalung people of the northeast coast of New South Wales crushed the leaves to make herbal teas.

The first study of the medicinal properties of Melaleuca essential oil dates back to Penfold in 1920 and marked the beginning of the use of the oil rather than the fresh plant. Australian chemist Penfold shows that the oil had eleven times the antimicrobial activity of phenol, the common disinfectant of the time.

Legend has it that many Australian soldiers were equipped with a bottle of essential oils during World War II to treat and prevent various skin infections and to repel insects.

This oil is used, thanks to its antiseptic properties, in several products of all kinds such as gels, creams, lotions, ointments, shampoos and of course, soaps! Drill Skincare soaps, available in a variety of scents, are all-natural and contain tea tree oil. Tea tree oil is one of the key ingredients in these soaps. A tea tree oil soap free of sulfates, parabens and other harsh chemicals. This natural soap is perfect for people with eczema or other skin conditions. Enriched with tea tree oil and other essential oils, it can be used to cleanse the skin and help treat blemishes.

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