Acne Concerns: Try The Body Shop Tea Tree Set

Tuesday, August 01, 2017

We can all agree that one skin concern that we all experienced or still have is acne. For some, they experienced it during puberty but for the rest, it's forever. I know how malas (unlucky) can we be, right? Unless it was caused by hormonal imbalance, then you need a doctor to prescribe you medication. But if it was just about using the correct product, then this review might help!

Meet The Body Shop's Tea Tree line. Actually, they have repacked their products just recently so you won't be able to find this travel set anymore but I'm really begging for the brand to release it again because it's very handy. Anyway, I got this as a Christmas present ages ago but I just got the chance to review it now. I've been eyeing this set since forever that's why I added this to my office wish list and thank God I got them. I love the products and I believe The Body Shop was able to nail exactly what a girl with oily skin type and acne concerns need.

Let's get started!

Tea Tree Skin Clearing Facial Wash. It should be used for daily cleansing, to remove impurities, and to achieve a clearer looking skin. When I used this, it actually made my skin feel squeaky clean without drying it out. It was also very soapy that it bubbled quite easily. The effects were not life-changing but it was adequate enough to be used every day. Although I prefer to use it as my go-to cleanser during breakouts instead.

Tea Tree Skin Clearing Toner. It had a medicinal herb-like scent that actually relaxed me and I believe, soothed my skin whenever I used it. Same as the facial wash, I only apply it whenever I'm pre-empting a breakout or during one. I believe it did a pretty decent job.

Tea Tree Oil. This is a cult favorite and there's no doubt about it. Say goodbye to those zits when you use this oil. It will quickly reduce the size of your pimple until it's gone. It calms them down and dries 'em up. But take note that it only works for the typical acne, not the cystic ones. I actually recommended it to some of my friends and they liked it. Some even bought their own, some borrows mine. LOL.

Tea Tree Skin Clearing Lotion. It's a water-based moisturizer that's made perfectly for oily skin. It was light enough to be easily absorbed by the skin plus it didn't leave that greasy effect after which was a done deal for me because you don't need that unnecessary oil in your life. LOL.

Tea Tree Blemish Gel. Use it to remove the dark marks caused by acne. It didn't have a drastic effect on my skin but I believe it did reduce some of my spots. So if you're looking for quick results, this might not be the product for you but that doesn't mean it doesn't work.

Overall, The Body Shop Tea Tree Set (or the current collection) is a must-try for those with oily skin type and acne concerns like me. It's also a great emergency kit during the dark times where you just hide in your room due to a massive breakout or it's just that time of the month.

Have any thoughts about these products? Let me know in the comments below!

Love lots, xx

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