Melrose has 4 ingredients: Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree), Melaleuca Quinquernervia, Rosemary and Clove. It gets its name "Mel"+"Rose" from the Melaleuca oils and Rosemary.

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DIY with Melrose


Melrose provides a barrier against skin challenges and can help dispel odours when diffused.

• Add 10-15 drops to 1 cup of Epsom salt to make your own bath salts!

• Apply to fingertips and cuticles to help with hangnails.


• Did you know, Melrose is great for dispelling odours when diffused?

• Melrose is great to support the ears. Rub a couple drops behind and around ears (never in ears).

"These photos are of my cousin Kelsey, the day after her wedding during a very hot summer a few years ago. She got sunburnt, skin got tight and very itchy, and she broke out in these hive-type bumps. I gave her a roll on into which I mixed Melrose, Myrrh, Lavender, Purification and Frankincense. A few hours later, the bumps and splotchy redness were gone as was the itch and tightness. Summer is coming up; before and after sun care is very important!"

Kah-Mei Smith, BC
Diffuser recipes with Melrose

HEY, TDO MEMBERS, DID YOU KNOW: We have oils that is labelled for food flavouring? Same oil, but different label, as required by Health Canada. It's called the PLUS line. Look for the bottle with the white label, with the (+) sign.  Want to know more about these oils? Check it out here in our members hub (login required)!