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**** Introduction ****
Recently I have been suffering with really bad spots, which is very unusual as i am a thirty something year old woman. I have been to the doctor and he has put it down to hormones.
Well i have tried every product on the market and nothing seemed to help, if fact they seemed to make it a lot worse, so recently a friend recommended this Thursday plantation tea tea cream.
I personally hate the smell of tea tree but I was at me wits end and I was open to any options as it was really getting me down, ever since using this cream my spot have cleared up so i am very impressed with this cream.
**** The Product ****
This tea tree ointment cream comes in a 50g pot with a screw top lid and protective inner seal to stop the cream from drying out.
The cream in an ointment with vitamin E designed to protect cuts, abrasions, dry cracked skin and lips against any infection. I know this sounds strange but it works on spot to, after a small amount of cream has been applied to the affected area, it stops any further inflamation and drys them out completely.
The cream is white in colour and very thick in consistency, it has a very overpowering smell of tea tree so this can only be applied when you are in the house as you will smell really strongly of tea tree.
This is applied directly to the affected area and absorbs in to the skin, treating the area almost instantly.
This can be purchased from any health, herbal shop and chemists, a 50 gram pot costs roughly 4.15 and will last a long while as only small amounts are used on each application.
**** MY VIEWS ****
Within a few days of using this cream my face has cleared up and the spots are gradually going, without scaring of leaving red patches that normally occur after you have a nasty spot.
I personally hate the smell of tea tree and this stuff really stinks but it has worked so I can certainly put up with it, I tend to apply it in the evening before i go to bed so the smell doe's not affect me to much.
This i also highly recommended for things like nappy rash, which is odd but it also works well.