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- Product Detail
Tea Tree S.O.S Spray has powerful anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. Its excellent for fungal infections of the feet and help to deodorize.
Spray directly onto the Detox Skin Body Brush to completely cleanse into between uses.
- Powerful anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties
- Spray directly onto cuts and spots
- An ideal first aid travel companion
- Protects against insect bites
- Can be used on congested back or chest area
- Spray into shoes after exercise to prevent foot odor
Ingredients of Tea Tree S.O.S. Spray
Aqua/Water/Eau, Polysorbate 20, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Limonene, Citric Acid, Linalool.
Tea Tree Essential Oil
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How to use
Spray directly onto the skin. For healthy feet, use daily to purify and deodorize.
Spray onto the Elemis Skin Brush as a natural disinfectant.
Multi-functional product. Great to spritz in gym shoes, over a congested back, to sanitize work surfaces and also applied on cotton wool and wiped over break outs on the face.
Feet can often be the forgotten part of a beauty regime, to keep them feeling clean, soft and smooth, indulge in a weekly foot spa in the comfort of your own home. Start by adding Aching Muscle Super Soak or Skin Nourishing Milk Bath to a bowl of warm water, soak your feet for 5-10 minutes to soften rough skin and apply an exfoliating scrub all over, paying particular attention to the heels and balls where hard skin can form. Gently towel dry your feet, wrap in warm bed socks and put your feet up.
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