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The Body Shop: Tea Tree Products Review ♡

Hello everyone!  Firstly, welcome back to my blog. I am aware I haven't been posting for ages, but that's because I recently went on holiday to South Africa. Secondly, I'm really excited to write today's blog post, as it is a review about three products from The Body Shop's Tea Tree Range which I have been using a lotI love the fact that it is organic and also contain tea tree oil in it. For those of you who are unsure about tea tree oil is/what it does, tea tree oil is an essential oil with multiple uses, one that aids in killing bacteria therefore helping to keep your skin clean and clear! 
These three products all come in very sturdy, clear plastic packaging. As you can see, the toner and body wash are in bottles contains 250ml, while the exfoliating scrub is in more of a tube-like container which holds 100ml of this organic goodness! 

The Tea Tree Body Wash
The tea tree body wash is an absolute must in my skincare routine! I generally squeeze a little bit out of the bottle, lather and apply to my body using a loofah. Although I have generally very clear skin, I like to lather this product all over my body to keep my skin clean and refreshed. 

The Tea Tree Squeaky Clean Scrub 
I love organic exfoliators, which is the reason why I decided to try out this one from The Body Shop. The label says that the product 'unclogs pores without over-drying the skin', something I need from time to time. Most exfoliating products that I have tried out tend to leave my skin feeling very dry or tight afterwards, but not this scrub. Instead, the microbeads help to shed dead skin cells, resulting in a visibly healthy glow and softer skin. I would even go as far as to say that I prefer this product over a face mask, hands down!

The Tea Tree Toner

I would have to say that the tea tree toner is my favourite out of these three products. Since my skin can get very oily, this toner helps to keep excess sebum (oil) in check as well as keep my skin clean. I like to apply this using a cotton round and wiping my face with it after I have used the Squeaky Clean Scrub, which I find it works best with! As described on the bottle, this toner is suitable for blemished skin and helps to keep skin mattified, which is great if you have an oily skin like I do.

I hope you enjoyed my review! Let me know in the comments if you've ever tried these any of these products and what you think of them!

- Miah 
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