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Tea Tree Beauty Regime For Clear Acne-Free Skin! By Naina!

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This Beauty Routine is for everyday use for clear, acne free skin:
Cleanser- Tea Tree Oil & Mint Daily Foaming Wash, This gentle, foaming facial wash transforms from a liquid into a soft, creamy foam. Suitable for everyday use to help maintain clear, blemish-free skin. Contains pure antibacterial tea tree oil to help combat spots and maintain clear skin. Contains cooling peppermint oil to invigorate the skin and the senses and helps to leave the skin feeling tingly, clean and fresh. Recommended for normal, oil or blemished skin.

Toner- Tea Tree Oil Freshener, A cooling skin freshener that leaves the skin feeling smooth and cleansed but not overly dry. Helps to remove the last traces of make-up and daily grime after cleansing. Contains tea tree oil, a soothing and calming essential oil, to help to discourage spots and blemishes. Also contains witch hazel, a gentle astringent, and vegetable glycerin to lightly moisturise the skin. Recommended for oily or blemished skin.

Moisturizer- Tea Tree Mattifying Facial Moisture Gel, This light non-oily gel provides a great solution for those concerned about clogged pores and shiny faces, as it is quickly absorbed into the skin, providing moisture where needed. Natural, antibacterial tea tree oil soothes and leaves skin feeling pleasantly refreshed. Contains glycerin, pro-vitamin B5 and sea plant extract to soothe, soften and hydrate. Recommended for normal, oily or blemished skin.

Before you go to bed:
Sage & Comfrey Blemish Gel, A translucent gel to help combat occasional spots. Witch hazel distillate, a mild aromatic astringent, helps cleanse and soothe blemishes. Infusions of sage and comfrey help to soothe the skin. Allantoin, the active ingredient within comfrey, is also added for its soothing and conditioning properties. Suitable for all skin types.

Every second day:
Tea Tree Oil Facial Scrub, A foaming scrub containing ground tea tree leaves which act as exfoliating particles to help gently remove excess oil, impurities and dead skin. Contains antibacterial tea tree oil to help combat spots. The astringent properties of tea tree oil also help to tone the skin. Contains beeswax and pro-vitamin B5 to moisturise and condition skin leaving it soft and supple. Recommended for normal, oily or blemished skin.

Every Week:
Tea Tree Oil Face Mask, Tea Tree Oil has great deep cleansing qualities due to its unusual ability to penetrate beneath the skin's surface. This mask contains kaolin which effectively removes grease and dirt by drawing them out of the skin. Seaweed extract soothes and moisturises the skin. Beeswax, shea butter (sourced via our Community Trade Programme) and sugar glycerin are included due to their moisturising and skin conditioning properties. Recommended for normal, oily and blemished skin.

Quick Fixes:
Tea Tree Oil Blemish Stick, A light, translucent gel, containing soothing and calming tea tree oil, in a convenient and portable format. The sponge applicator enables you to apply the gel directly to trouble spots. Use at any time and anywhere. Sea plant extract, algae, prevents skin dryness. Also contains the soothing skin-conditioners - allantoin and bisabolol. Recommended for oily or blemished skin.

Tea Tree Oil Cover Stick, A handy concealer to mask minor flaws and blemishes. Natural tea tree oil helps to soothe the skin, leaving it feeling fresh and comfortable, while soothing blemishes. Recommended for oily or blemished skin.

Because these products are natural you know that they arenít going to do your skin any damage! Just make sure you arenít allergic to any of the ingredients.

If you have any questions regarding your skin please email me at [email protected] i will answer your questions ASAP!

All these products can be found at The Body Shop

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Questions Comments By: Pete on 2006-08-29
Hi, I have just started to follow this routine, and have a few questions.

1) I am using the "Tea Tree" products from Boots. Here is a link to the face wash:


Are these products OK to use in your opinion?

2) When using the Toner, it says to soak a cotton wool pad and smooth over your face. However, other people say that you shouldnt do this, and instead you should pat the pad over your face instead of washing it. What do you do?


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