Discover the origins of
the natural extract used in T-Zone

TEA TREE OIL

 

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1000’s years ago

Australia’s Aborigines believed
the leaves of Tea Tree
to have healing powers
and used them to treat cuts and wounds.

 

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1770’s

Captain James Cook of the
British Royal Navy travelled to
Australia and named the plant
Tea Tree, as his sailors used
the leaves to make tea!

 

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1920’s and 1930’s

Arthur Penfold investigated the
powerful antiseptic properties of
Tea Tree, which became very useful
information for the future.

 

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1939-1945

During WW2, Tea Tree
became invaluable for treating
soldiers’ foot fungus and
other minor injuries.

 

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1998

T-Zone launched in the UK, with
5 products aimed at tackling spots.

 

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2007

T-Zone is on TV

 

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2000’s onwards

Tea Tree Oil is now widely used
in skincare products and for medical
purposes and is recognised as
an important antiseptic ingredient.

 

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