Superdrug Tea Tree Moisturising Face Gel Reviews
Product Type: Superdrug body care
Newest Review: ... in, then apply my make-up as usual. I apply it once daily, in the mornings only as I prefer to use a cream-based moisturiser ... more
Customer Superdrug Tea Tree Moisturising Face Gel Reviews (2)
by - written on 08/01/12, updated on 08/01/12 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I'm a bit of a skincare junkie and have sensitive, combination skin which is prone both to dryness and oiliness. I usually tend to buy more expensive brands (Clinique is my current favourite, or Soap and Glory if I'm after something a bit cheaper), but I recently found an old tube of Superdrug's own brand Tea Tree Moisturising Face Gel and thought I might as well give it a go. To use this gel you simply massage a small amount into your skin after cleansing. I normally give it five minutes or so to sink in, then apply my make-up as usual. I apply it once daily, in the mornings only as I prefer to use a cream-based moisturiser at night to provide my skin with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
On my first trip to Superdrug in ages I ended up buying most of the Tea Tree range. It isn't that my branch of Superdrug is all that far away, only about 2 miles away down the high street, but I don't go down all that often. To be honest shopping bores me. I had heard reviews about this range and from what I was lead to believe this was like the Body Shop range of Tea Tree products but that bit cheaper. Sounds good to me anyway, What was even better is the range was on a 2 for £5 offer, so a bit more of a saving to be had. I think the right price for most things in the range is around £3-£3.60, so quite averagely priced normally. This comes in a ... Read the complete review
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