Toners -The Body Shop - Tea Tree Skin Clearing Toner
superkid268 2/12/2013 6:27:00 PM
I absolutely love this toner! I just started my second bottle. It is soothing, cooling, tingles ever so slightly - and feels like it HEALS your whole face. The Body Shop Tea Tree line is hit or miss - but THIS might be the best product in the line! And for the price, it is soooo worth it for a good-sized bottle. It might be my Holy Grail toner...
Treatments -The Body Shop - Tea Tree Oil Blemish Stick
superkid268 2/12/2013 6:21:00 PM
Not worth the money. There is barely enough blemish gel to last a week - and that little sponge on the brush got gross and dry-feeling after a few days. I LOVE the Tea Tree line - the gel itself was soothing and lessened the redness of zits! It kind of worked - but this (full-sized!) Blemish Stick was no bigger than a sample...Fail! Get the straight-up TBS Tea Tree Oil and apply w/q-tip. It's $0.50 more for WEEKS/MONTHS worth of product.
Moisturizers -Philosophy - Hope in a Jar for Dry, Sensitive Skin
superkid268 2/12/2013 6:16:00 PM
All of my life, I have had dry skin that is prone to breakouts. *This* is my Holy Grail moisturizer! It keeps me hydrated without breaking me out, keeps my oily areas free of clogs - and it smells delightful (faint) and doesn't feel greasy. I have been using this moisturizer every winter for the past few years, and I have to say that nothing keeps my skin from getting dry, chapped, or irritated better than jar Hope In A Jar for Fry Sensitive Skin. In fact, I started using it year round, for the most part...and only abstain when I know it will be yucky and humid, because the moisturizer absorbs quickly enough to feel "light" and wear most of the time. Even though it has a heavier texture than the more popular regular version of the Hope In A Jar moisturizer, the dry skin cream is still not unbearably heavy. And it is good for sensitive skin (personally, my skin cycles in and out of sensitivity). The jar lasts about three months (I only use in the a.m. under makeup, opting to treat at night). It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Apply To Cotton Ball and Gently Rub On Eyes... Did anything come off? No! You know why? This stuff is literally the worst eye makeup remover that's ever been sold. It doesn't burn, it doesn't sting. But, it doesn't remove makeup either. Save your $7 and fill up a little plastic bottle with tap water and keep it next to your sink - so it can do absolutely nothing. Or splurge and buy something that actually works...