Body Shop Tea Tree Oil Clay Mask

Good Morning World!

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I am now yet another blogger raving about how important it is to take care of your skin, and despite how much I support this statement I am in no shape or form a role model for this. Recently however, I have been getting back into the swing of things and using more products that will help clear my skin of imperfections. Normally I am not one to get spots but the past month or so my skin has been an utter nuisance which has been my biggest motivation to improve my skin care routine.

Today I am going to be talking about the Body Shop’s tea tree oil clay mask. I was firstly introduced to this product by a very good friend of mine while having a girly evening doing our nails and face. She told me how much this product had changed her skin for the better and how she swears by this product. After using it for the first time that night I noticed how much my skin benefited and how soft it felt immediately after using it.

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Then whilst having a day trip to Winchester with my boyfriend I purchased this face mask. I have been using it for over a month now, and I have seen a significant difference in the appearance and the ‘softness’ of my skin. The mask claims to be skin clearing and purifying and I 100% agree with this statement, I find that it fights spots and the look of imperfections on my skin. This makes it a must-have for my skin care routine. I tend to use this mask once a week, or maybe twice depending on the look of my skin.

This face mask used tea tree oil which does wonders for your skin when used in small doses. It works by triggering your body to produce natural oils that can rid your skin of impurities, however when used in large doses it can overproduce these oils and make your acne worse. This product is therefore good when used in moderation, don’t overuse it as you’ll end up making your skin worse.

I would highly recommend this product for anyone who is looking for a good face mask that works.

Love Georgina xx

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