Tea Tree Spray

$12.00 12.00
Discover the antibacterial and freshening power of tea tree in a convenient, all purpose spray. Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your healthcare professional.
  • Antiseptic
  • Antifungal
  • Deodoriser
  • Australian made & owned
Manage tinea and kill odour-causing bacteria with natural tea tree oil in a handy spray.
Directions for use

For You 


Antiseptic: For minor cuts and scratches, hold can 15cm from the area and spray. Repeat as necessary. 

Mild fungal infection & tinea (athlete’s foot): Wash and dry area thoroughly. Hold can 15cm from area and spray. Do not cover until dry. Repeat as necessary. To help improve results for tinea, spray footwear as required. 

Foot odour: Spray feet and inside shoes to kill odour-causing bacteria. 

Insect bites: To relieve symptoms, hold can 15cm from skin and spray area. Repeat as necessary. 


WARNING: If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional. 


For Home 


Freshen & deodorise: Masks bad odour. Ideal as a freshener for bins, toilets and to hygienically clean surfaces. 

Rubbish bins: Wash bin then spray to deodorise. 

Pet areas: Spray on bedding and in pet areas to clean and deodorise. 

Mould & mildew: Spray problem areas to help discourage mould and mildew. Do not rinse.

Active Ingredient: Tea tree (Melaleuca) oil 100mg/g

Patch test before use. Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive skin. If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling contents can be harmful or fatal. Contains naturally derived ethanol. Propellant: Hydrocarbon. Keep out of the reach of children. Extremely flammable. Do not spray on a naked flame or any incandescent material. Keep away from sources of ignition - no smoking. 

Pressurised dispenser. Do not pierce or burn, even after use. Protect from sunlight and do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50°C. Store below 30°C.

Where to buy


Independent Supermarkets 

Chemist Warehouse 

Leading Pharmacies


Help, my spray nozzle won’t stop spraying. 

This can happen if a spray is stored incorrectly – ie. Lying on its side. Always store cans upright. If the spray mechanism fails, take the spray outside, away from any sources of ignition and wait until it has finished spraying, then dispose of it in your recycling bin.

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