There is an interesting story behind the Thursday Plantation name. After buying some land in New South Wales, Eric White persisted for four years to gain permission to harvest tea trees. Finally in 1976, the letter granting the first government lease arrived on Thursday, and so Thursday Plantation was established. Tea Tree Oil is wonderfully pure and natural with a wide range of uses.
Discover the power of Thursday Plantation’s 100% pure natural oils, that make an essential addition to your family’s first aid kit, household and bathroom cabinet. Lavender oil has soothing qualities and can be applied directly to skin, which may benefit oily skin, acne, wounds and sunburn. Eucalyptus Oil is a powerful antibacterial oil that kills 99.9% of household germs and could help ease nasal congestion when inhaled. Rose Hip Oil is known for its restorative properties and especially for natural skin care where it could improve appearance of scars and stretch marks.
Tea tree oil is the founding oil of Thursday Plantation and is nature’s antiseptic, a few drops in a spray bottle of water is an effective natural household cleaner. Tea tree oil has also been used to treat fungal infections and when diluted can be applied to skin.
Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Head Lice Kit is a gentle solution to remove head lice and nits. The kit contains a clear Tea Tree head lice gel and specially designed fine-toothed comb to gently remove lice.
Do not leave children unsupervised.
All cautions are for the Head Lice Gel.
For external use only. Always read the label. Use only as directed.
Avoid contact with eyes. If contact does occur flush eyes with cold water. If irritation occurs, discontinue use.
Keep out of reach of children. Do not use on children under 6 months of age without medical advice.
Brush hair to remove knots. Apply gel to dry hair, ensuring scalp and hair are completely covered and leave gel in hair for 20 minutes. Rinse in warm water.
Apply Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Conditioner and comb through with nit comb provided, ensuring not to miss any sections of hair. Wipe combings onto a tissue.
Rinse comb in warm water after each comb through. Continue until no lice or nits are evident in combings and when complete, rinse Conditioner from hair.
Repeat the above process in 7 days. If concerned about sensitivity apply 1/2 teaspoon of gel to forearm and rinse after 20 minutes. If irritation occurs within the next 24 hours, do not use this product.
After Treatment instructions: Combs should be cleaned between treatments in hot soapy water, rinse in running hot water and allow to dry. Store in a dry place. Wash clothes you and your children were wearing during the comb-out.