Mela… What did you call that oil?


Hey, Loves.  I just got my auto-ship order today and it is always THE best feeling when I see that doTerra box!  I am talking “going on road trip” kind of exciting!


I will let you know all about what I got in this month’s order, but I wanted to talk quick about a staple oil of mine.

Melaleuca.  Tricky name at first to get,  but this oil is awesome and I am going to share why.

Here is the gorgeous plant!

Melaleuca, also known as Tea Tree oil, is one of my favorite doTERRA essential oils because it is versatile and has range of applications.  For a comprehensive and inspiring article on the many uses of this beautiful oil, head on over here.

It is harvested in Australia,  and what I love most about Melaleuca is its benefits for the skin and hair. Every single morning, I  put a drop or two of Melaleuca into my moisturizer.  doTerra sells a great unscented lotion, called Spa Hand and Body Lotion that you can use for this,  but I happen to have Alba Botanica Very Emollient Body Lotion, Original and unscented, so that is what I am using now.

I love to reap the benefits of this purifying, toning essential oil and it quickly became part of my “beauty regimen.”

I also like to place a few drops of Melaleuca in my shampoo, or give myself a scalp massage with Melaleuca and Fractionated Coconut Oil.   Plus, this stuff keeps all of those…um little pests that can sometimes jump aboard your kiddo’s head at school…at bay.  Just add a few drops to a spray bottle of water and spritz your child’s hair before school,  or you can add it right into their shampoo!  Easy Peasy.

To learn more about Melaleuca oil, how to use it, where it comes from, the chemistry of the oil, and more, check out this article on the doTERRA product blog: Tea Tree Oil Uses and Benefits: Essential Oil Spotlight.

If you are interested in getting an instant 25% off on this and all doTerra products, shoot me an email.  I would love to hook you up with that!  Use the contact form or email

Love, light, and lots of oil to you all!

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