Australian Tea Tree Oil is an essential oil that is derived from the leaves and twigs of the Melaleuca alternifolia tree, which is native to Australia. It is a pale yellow oil that has a fresh, medicinal scent and a thin consistency. The oil has gained popularity in recent years due to its camphor-like aroma and is widely used for its therapeutic properties.
Sustainable Botanicals International specializes in providing bulk quantities of high-quality Australian Tea Tree Oil to manufacturers of personal care products and cosmetics. Their strict quality control measures ensure that the Tea Tree Oil is pure and free from synthetic additives or chemicals. SBI offer various packaging options, including glass and plastic bottles, as well as drums, to suit our customers’ requirements. The packaging materials are carefully selected to protect the oil from light, air and moisture during transportation and storage. Trust SBI to provide you with wholesale Australian Tea Tree Oil in bulk quantities that meets your needs.
The major chemical components found in Australian Tea Tree Oil are:
|Botanical Name||Melaleuca Alternifolia|
|INCI Name||Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil|
|Extraction Method||Steam Distilled|
|Applications||Skin, Aromatherapy, Nutraceutical, Medicinal, Hair|
|Storage||Cool, Dark and Dry Place|
1. What is the shelf life of Australian Tea Tree Oil?
The shelf life of Australian Tea Tree Oil can vary depending on storage conditions, but it typically ranges from 2-3 years.
2. Is Australian Tea Tree Oil safe to handle and store?
Yes, Australian Tea Tree Oil is generally safe to handle and store, but it’s important to follow proper safety precautions, such as wearing gloves and avoiding contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
3. What is the optimal temperature range for storing Australian Tea Tree Oil?
The optimal temperature range for storing Australian Tea Tree Oil is between 5-15 degrees Celsius (41-59 degrees Fahrenheit).
4. How can I test the purity and quality of Australian Tea Tree Oil?
You can test the purity and quality of Australian Tea Tree Oil through a variety of methods, including gas chromatography and mass spectrometry analysis, which can identify the chemical components of the oil and their quantities.