Superdrug Tea Tree Blended Oil Reviews
Product Type: Superdrug body care
Description:Brand: Superdrug / tree oil / Type: Blemish Control / Subcategory: Oil / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / Product line: Superdrug Tea Trea
Newest Review: ... this works best over night as prevents bacteria getting inside your pores whilst you sleep. Superdrug recommend applying this ... more
Customer Superdrug Tea Tree Blended Oil Reviews (6)
by - written on 16/02/12 (Very useful, 316 readings)
-- Reasons for buying -- I have been using tea tree oil on my acne prone skin for a while now. I recently decided to opt for a cheaper option rather than continuing to use The Body Shops Tea Tree Oil as I found that it was quite expensive to keep re-purchasing it, as It was £5 for 10ml. So whilst in Superdrug I came across there Blended Tea Tree Oil which was a bit cheaper for the same amount and decided it was worth giving it a go. -- Packaging -- The blended oil comes in a transparent bottle, with a green label wrapped around the centre stating the name of the product and the brand the Tea Tree brand logo. On the back it shows the ingredients and ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 13/08/11
I've been using tea tree oil on my spots for years and have found it to be a great aid in helping them clear up quicker, so when I saw Superdrug's own brand of Tea Tree oil I decided to try it. The Tea Tree oil in the Superdrug range is in a variety of different forms (cleansing pads, spot sticks etc) and after a quick browse on there website I settled on the Tea Tree Blended Oil. I paid £2.99 for the 10ml bottle and there is currently an offer on which is 2 products for £3.99 on there range of Tea Tree oil products so it's worth a look if you're interested. The blended tea tree oil as I said above comes in a 10ml bottle. The bottle is around 3-4 inches high ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/11 (Very useful, 149 readings)
Since coming back from university this summer I've had an outbreak of acne due to less exercise and more snacking. Now I do have a daily care routine which consists of a facial scrub followed by cleansing wipes but they weren't keeping spots so much as stopping my face from being too greasy (I have oily/combination skin). So when my mom noticed an ugly blackhead that cropped up around my chin, she demanded I use Superdrug's Tea Tree Blended oil on it along with the rest of the breakout. Thinking it couldn't do any harm not to use it I obliged. After all, tea tree oil is a natural agent that is apparently good for the skin in tiny quantities. As to whether it worked- well Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/11 (Very useful, 134 readings)
Towards the end of last year I started to suffer from small cysts under my eye. It started off with a sharp burning sensation under my eye and at the side of my face. It was quite painful and would last around a week before disappearing. Annoyingly though they'd return every couple of weeks. I'd never experienced these before so was a little confused as to why I'd started to get them all of a sudden. I was quite concerned that they may be due to the contact lenses I was wearing. I don't wear them daily, but as I'd been using them regularly for well over a year with no problems, I couldn't understand how. Fed up with my latest bout, I headed off to Boots to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/11 (Useful, 47 readings)
In contrast to the other reviews, I found that this product did not really help at all. In the time I used it I saw no visible difference and was unsure of how and how much to apply to my skin as I know that Tea Tree Oil should only be used in small quantities. I also found the bottle very annoying as it was hard to access the oil without being left with some residue on your hands, so I would not say that this is an easy product to use at all. I used it for a few months and was left very disappointed and deflated when I realised that it was having no effect on my skin whatsoever. On the other hand, it was a very cheap product so I dont know what I expected really. At ... Read the complete review
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