The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil Deep Cleansing Wipes Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop body care
Description:Brand: The Body Shop / Type: Cleansing Wipes / What it does: Cleanses / Product line: The Body Shop Tea Tree / Perfect for on the go / Wipes that deep cleanse, tone, help control shine and remove make-up and impurities /
Newest Review: ... my only complaint about them. The wipes come in a resalable packet and cost £5 for a pack of 25 wipes. The wipes are wet ... more
Customer The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil Deep Cleansing Wipes Reviews (14)
by - written on 16/04/08 (Very useful, 148 readings)
Christmas and the sales have ended up leaving me with loads of reviews to do, especially as I have so many more Body Shop products now. As if I didn't have enough before! When my last lot of face wipes ran out I popped into Bath and bought some more from the Body Shop store but I didn't go for my usual Vitamin E ones, I thought I would try out the Tea Tree Oil version and see if maybe they would help to clear up my unruly skin. My skin issues are mainly down to hormones so I don't know why I try and solve it with lotions and potions but a girl can try, right?! The Body Shops range of Tea Tree Oil products are for oil/blemished skin. Well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/06/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Although I have discovered my perfect cleanser, namely Liz Earle's Cleanse and Polish I enjoy using facial wipes and have used tired and tested many different brands. I'm a real fan of any products containing tea tree oil because as well as their gorgeous aroma they offer antiseptic properties. I have used many of The Body Shop's Tea Tree range where I have found the majority of their products considerably favourable and this review discusses my experience with using their cleansing wipes. Please note that the wipes are now named "Tea Tree Cleansing Wipes" as opposed to "Tea Tree Oil Deep Cleansing Wipes". APPEARANCE OF THE ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I visit my local High Street Body Shop often. I have tried lots of The Body Shop Products and some I really like and still use and some I dislike and don't use again. I like the fact that The Body Shop say no to animal testing and that most of the packaging they use is minimal and recycled. This product I am reviewing, The Body Shop Tea Tree Cleansing Wipes is not a Body Shop product that I will purchase again. The Packaging: The wipes come in a green coloured plastic pack. The name of the product and the Body Shop logo is on the front of the pack and the instructions for use are on the back of the pack. The pack has an opening at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I dont have too many Bodyshop products left that I havent already written a review on but I found 3 or 4 items this morning that I have never reviewed and I thought Id start with this one "Bodyshop Tea Tree Oil Deep Cleansing Wipes" which I got as part of a gift set a few months back. I have a very lengthy skin care routine when I remove my make-up and I havent cleansed, toned and moisturised I dont feel like myself and my skin looks like crap! Which is hy I didnt have exactly high hopes for these wipes as even though they are from a great range I just didnt think they would work. Sadly to say I was nearly totally right. Useful ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/06/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
***What are these wipes?*** They are face wipes which remove make-up, dirt and oil off the skin. They contain tea tree oil which is a fantastic ingredient for people who suffer with blemished skin. ***How much are they?*** They are £4.00 for 25 wipes, which is much more than buying facial wipes in boots or superdrug. However I would never use any facial wipes from any brands from boots or superdrug because of the worry of them causing spots. Whereas these are specifically to treat spots. ***My opinion*** They are so quick and easy at removing make-up. However I wouldn't recommend removing eye make-up with them ... Read the complete review
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