I'm nicking off a point for the smell, but otherwise, this product is great. It doesn't make my blemish go away immediately (but then again, what can?), but it does soothe my blemishes and make them appear less noticeable - all with no harsh chemicals.
Note: TBS's Tea Tree Oil contains alcohol, in addition to tea tree oil, which may explain why some people experience dryness with the product. continued >>
did nothing for me...waste of money! this really dispointed me. and i really don't like the strong strong scent. i wish it would work. but it felt nice on my skin for about 4 seconds then it disappears and i wake up next morning seeing no difference. i nearly finished the bottle and still no difference
I bought the tea tree oil moisturizing gel awhile back..It doesn't really do anything for me..it doesnt help blemishes at all..yea it moisturizes kind of but then its like I have this shiny mask on-I won't be buying it again-same for the blemish stick.
I think the Tea Tree Oil line from TBS is pretty fair, not spectacular. I've used the bar soap & the gel moisturizer & of both I liked the soap better. I think I gave the moisturizer away, but the saop does a pretty good job of cleaning the skin & helping w/ oilyness. Not quite sure if I'd buy again, MUA should have a MAYBE selection about re-puchasing.
I use Body Shop's Tea Tree Oil on my zits before I go to sleep. I don't recommend using it during the day because it has a strong smell to it. It didn't get rid of my zits, but I think that it disinfected the area I used it on. I don't think I will buy another jar.