Back by popular demand, the Manuka Doctor Tea Tree Antiseptic Gel! This wonder gel has helped so many of our customers from bites and stings to blemishes and infections, it is an essential product for every household.
The cooling formula soothes irritated skin, moisturises and protects. Infused with hydrating Manuka Honey from our own hives, antioxidant rich Propolis and anti-bacterial Tea Tree, this fast acting antiseptic gel delivers a refreshing sensation on contact with skin and helps to ease feelings of uncomfortableness, reduce inflammation and calm skin.
“Great all round “must have” product. This little tube contains a gel which is a must have in every household. I always have one to hand.... can be used for spots, cuts & grazes & anything you want to soothe, protect & disinfect. Highly recommended!” Joanne N
Manuka honey and Propolis have long been hailed as hero ingredients. We all know that bees make Honey from nectar but what you might not know is that they also make a substance called Propolis from tree sap and buds. Propolis has long been considered to have medicinal properties, with ancient civilisations using it for everything from treating wounds to embalming mummies.(1) It has a high level of flavonoids, a type of antioxidant, and can have anti-fungal properties too.
Manuka honey is both moisturising and antimicrobial meaning that it not only fights bacteria it hydrates and soothes skin too. Its high sugar content means it prevents most microorganisms from growing by limiting the available water plus the antibacterial compound called methylglyoxal (MGO) increases the antibacterial effect.
The importance of honey has also been documented in the world’s oldest medical literatures and since ancient times it has been known to possess antimicrobial property as well as wound-healing activity. The healing property of honey is because it offers antibacterial activity, maintains a moist wound condition and its high viscosity helps provide a protective barrier to prevent infection.
Honey inhibits the growth of bacteria and fungi by reducing their development on the skin surface. Honey is particularly suitable as a dressing for wounds and burns, and has also been included in treatments against pityriasis, tinea, seborrhea, dandruff, diaper dermatitis, psoriasis. (2)
“To me this is quite something as I have psoriasis and need all the help I can get. I have found the Tea Tree Antiseptic Gel a huge help. Psoriasis itches and grows, I have found the Gel reduces it and helps stopping the itching. I can't praise it enough.” Jenny
Honey and Propolis are often used to heal burn wounds. They possess numerous functional properties such as: antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, disinfectant, antifungal and antiviral.(3)
Katie Piper, burns victim, best-selling international author, inspirational speaker, TV presenter and charity founder knows all too well about the healing benefits of Manuka honey.
“Manuka honey is another favourite; it’s used in burns units for dressings and I recently discovered Manuka Doctor skincare. I use their oils, creams and serums – it’s more of a treatment than a beauty product.” Katie Piper
Complementary and alternative medicines such as Tea tree (melaleuca) oil have become increasingly popular in recent decades. This essential oil has been used for almost 100 years. The primary uses of Tea tree oil have historically capitalized on the antiseptic and anti-inflammatory actions of the oil, (4) making it the perfect ingredient to partner with Manuka hõney and Propolis in the Manuka Doctor Tea Tree Antiseptic Gel.
Of all the properties claimed for Tea tree, its antimicrobial activity has received the most attention. The earliest reported use of the M. alternifolia plant was the traditional use by the Bundjalung Aborigines of northern New South Wales. Crushed leaves of “tea trees” were inhaled to treat coughs and colds or were sprinkled on wounds. (5)
So make the Manuka Doctor Tea Tree Antiseptic Gel the hero of your household staples. Buy it here.
“I was so pleased I purchase the antiseptic gel before I had my new kitten, with scratches and bites I just put gel on soothes and clears up in no time.” Barbara l
“Excellent product. Dealt with blemishes really well. Love this product and range” Rachal S
“Very good for blemishes when applied to the spot, stops the itching and burn fast, it cools it down and is not drying or sticky on skin it does help to make the spot seem smaller so that's good news for me, gradually healing up.” Jenny L
“These cream is amazing. It’s cleared my skin when I get infections/ inflammations. The application is easy.” Andi D
“This product is excellent for sensitive irritated skin. There’s nothing on the market that relieves itching like this. I love it!” Jennifer C
“I am addicted to the Manuka Doctor range but this is my go to product. When I am breaking out in spots, I apply this product to the affected area and within a few hours, the spot has virtually gone! 100% recommend! Worth every penny!” Sophie
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- Shemesh, A., and W. L. Mayo. Australian tea tree oil: a natural antiseptic and fungicidal agent. Aust. J. Pharm. 72:802-803.