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The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil

The Body Shop

Tea Tree Oil

0.33 oz Item 2243463

The Body Shop difference: Tea Tree Oil can be used in many different ways to help soothe blemished skin. Dab pre-blended oil directly onto skin at first sign of a blemish. Apply a small amount directly onto blemishes using a clean cotton wool bud or your fingertip. For bathing, add six drops into the bath once it has run, and disperse with your hand, for an aromatic and soothing soak.
To target blemishes, apply a small amount directly onto blemishes using a clean cotton wool bud or your fingertip. For bathing, add six drops into the bath once it has run, and disperse with your hand, for an aromatic and soothing soak.
Water, Alcohol Denat., Polysorbate 60, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Limonene, Calophyllum Inophyllum Seed Oil, t-Butyl Alcohol, Citral, Leptospermum Petersonii (Lemon Tea Tree) Oil, Denatonium Benzoate, Tocopherol.

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The Body ShopTea Tree Oil
 
4.3

(based on 235 reviews)

90%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (145)
  • Effective (143)
  • Smells great (71)
  • Lightweight (50)
  • Soothing (49)

Cons

  • Dries out skin (16)
  • Doesn't work (9)
  • Strong smell (7)
  • Bad smell (5)
  • Irritates skin (4)

Best Uses

  • Moderate acne (70)
  • Daily use (65)
  • Adult acne (50)
  • Inflammatory acne (41)
  • Teen acne (30)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Budget shopper (115), Brand buyer (51), Beauty conscious (13), Survivalist / minimalist (11), Beauty expert (5)
    • My Beauty Routine Takes:
    • 10 minutes (34), 30 minutes (27), 1+ hour (5)
    • Skin Type:
    • Combination (15), Dry (8), Normal (3), Oily (3)

Reviewed by 235 customers

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5.0

Beauty Staple

By Arika

from Ohio

About Me Brand Buyer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Works Effectively

Cons

  • Smells Bad

Best Uses

  • Adult Acne
  • Inflammatory Acne
  • Moderate Acne
  • Severe Acne
  • Teen Acne

Comments about The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil:

I use this after my toners, emulsions, and moisturizers. This is the LAST thing I do before going to bed and I only use it at night. I put it on any problem spots and it helps kill the bacteria and heal my spots. If I get it on a spot early enough it stops it from forming. The smell is really potent - pretty sure if you waved it under a sleeping person's nose they would wake IMMEDIATELY because it has such a strong smell. I have repurchased this over and over and over. Love it!

 
4.0

I would but this product again

By Emmi

from Nashville

About Me Budget Buyer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Soothing
  • Works Effectively

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Teen Acne

    Comments about The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil:

    I had an acne spot and i put this on it and it was gone in a day.

     
    5.0

    I cannot believe how great this product is!

    By Kim in Montco

    from Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

    About Me Brand Buyer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Hydrates Skin
    • Soothing
    • Works Effectively

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Adult Acne
      • Moderate Acne

      Comments about The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil:

      This product was recommended to me years ago during a pedicure to help treat toenails being damaged from tight fitting shoes. I went on the Ulta site to find the product again and saw for the first time that it is used also for acne treatment. I started using it to treat my chin which tends to break out and the difference has been incredible! It soothes my skin and my breakouts are far fewer, almost nonexistent. I still use this product on my toenails to prevent damage from running. An excellent product - it has become a staple for me!

       
      5.0

      I would buy this product again and again

      By Hershey the candy bar

      from NJ

      About Me Budget Buyer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use

      Cons

      • Dries Out Skin

      Best Uses

      • Inflammatory Acne

      Comments about The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil:

      I use this product on my scalp and on my bottom of foot. It's made my skin made so soft.

       
      3.0

      I dont see results

      By Karina Montes

      from Calexico

      About Me Brand Buyer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Minimizes Pores

      Cons

      • Ineffective

      Best Uses

      • Moderate Acne

      Comments about The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil:

      I use this product after wash my face.. I have redness skin with few pimples, I just finished one bottle and no results yet

       
      4.0

      This is my 4th bottle.

      By Easy does it

      from South Carolina

      About Me Budget Buyer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Minimizes Pores
      • Works Effectively

      Cons

      • Sometimes burns a little

      Best Uses

      • Blackheads & Whiteheads
      • Moderate Acne

      Comments about The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil:

      I've been using this for years. I have sensitive skin and have occasional break outs. I dab it on my finger then on the specific areas. It works fast to dry out and medicate small break outs. It can dry out your skin.

       
      5.0

      I love this stuff!!

      By Lyndsmorgs

      from Cincinnati, Oh

      About Me Budget Buyer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Works Effectively

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Blackheads & Whiteheads
        • Inflammatory Acne
        • Severe Acne
        • Teen Acne

        Comments about The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil:

        I always put the tea tree oil on my cysts and my acne scars. And the next morning my acne scars would be lightened and my cysts would be shrunk! I've been prescribed so many medicines for my acne and have tried so many namebrand and expensive skin care products. But this tea tree oil is the best and most effective product I have ever tried. I love it!

         
        4.0

        Helps control cystic pimples

        By Beauty momma on a budget

        from Beachwood nj

        About Me Budget Buyer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Works Effectively

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Inflammatory Acne

          Comments about The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil:

          Bought this to help with my cystic pimples and recent breakout. Paired it with the Africana black soap. I just put a few drops on a cotton ball and rubbed it on my acne and along my jawline. At first it seemed to help but my regular breakout was still there but it did seem to help some with the cystic breakout on my jawline. I did read somewhere that it's supposed to be diluted but i didn't notice it said that on the bottle. I think this is supposed to be safe on skin but just use a few drops. The smell is a little strong but I don't really mind it. Still on the fence about it though.

           
          5.0

          Great for acne prone skin

          By Tiffany

          from Statesboro ga

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Works Effectively

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Moderate Acne

            Comments about The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil:

            I never post reviews but I've tried so many different things for my acne and nothing works quit as effectively as this. I just put it on my acne spots before I go to sleep and they are almost gone by the morning. And a great price too!

             
            4.0

            Not the best but it works.

            By vero

            from ontario

            Comments about The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil:

            I bought this because tea tree oil has alot of benefits and I use it for the slight psoriasis I have and it works if I use it consistently. The smell is a little strong, but it's supposed to smell like that. Only thing I didn't notice until I bought it was that it's only 15% tea tree oil, probably why it wasn't working as best as I thought it would.

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            • Q:

              can this be used under the eyes to help clear "white bumps" known as Malia?
              Asked on 1/27/2017 by Julz from TX

              1 answer

              • Brand Expert

                A:

                Thank you for contacting The Body Shop. Tea Tree Oil is recommended for usage of pimples, breakouts and blemishes. Typically, these are caused by excess oil in the skin. Tea Tree Oil is not recommended for usage in the eye area, and hasn't been tested for efficacy in treating milia.

                Answered on 1/30/2017 by Brand Expert from The Body Shop
            • Q:

              Do you rub in the oil or just apply it without rubbing it in?
              Asked on 1/21/2017 by K Yareni from California

              1 answer

              • Brand Expert

                A:

                Thank you for contacting The Body Shop. We recommended dabbing Tea Tree Oil directly onto the blemish, and patting it lightly so that it is absorbed into the skin.

                Answered on 1/23/2017 by Brand Expert from The Body Shop
            • Q:

              If I have oily acne prone skin can I still use this and not break out? I tend to stay away from the word "oil". So I want to know if I can use this while having oily skin
              Asked on 1/11/2017 by Onyeka from Baltimore, MD

              1 answer

              • Brand Expert

                A:

                Thank you for contacting The Body Shop. Tea Tree Oil is a lightweight, targeted treatment that can be applied directly onto blemishes. Tea Tree Oil is not a facial oil that should be applied all over the face. However, did you know that facial oils can be very beneficial for oily skin? Facial oils can actually help balance oily skin. In any case, we recommend using Tea Tree immediately at the onset of breakouts and blemishes.

                Answered on 1/24/2017 by Brand Expert from The Body Shop
            • Q:

              Can this be used on inflammed spots in the skin? How effective is it?
              Asked on 1/6/2017 by Ree from Barstow CA

              1 answer

              • Brand Expert

                A:

                Thank you for contacting The Body Shop. Tea Tree Oil should be applied directly to blemishes, or breakouts at their onset. It is very effective for clearing up problem spots, and fighting breakouts. It is one of our best-selling products, and can be used by any skin type.

                Answered on 1/24/2017 by Brand Expert from The Body Shop
            • Q:

              Is this meant to be used as a spot treatment just on pimples, or do you rub this all over the entirety of your face?
              Asked on 1/3/2017 by Ashleyyyyy from Michigan

              1 answer

              • Brand Expert

                A:

                Thank you for contacting The Body Shop. Tea Tree Oil is a targeted treatment for blemishes. We recommend applying it directly to pimples. For an acne treatment product, give Tea Tree Anti-Imperfection Solution a try. It is a serum that can be used daily to prevent blemishes.

                Answered on 1/4/2017 by Brand Expert from The Body Shop
            • Q:

              Hi just wondering if this tee three oil cure dandruff? some people says yes, i just want to take your word for it since you are the seller
              Asked on 12/22/2016 by tina panganiban from ph

              1 answer

              • Brand Expert

                A:

                Thank you for contacting The Body Shop. Tea Tree Oil has been known to help with dandruff. Our best recommendation is to use it as it's intended, which is for targeted treatment of blemishes.

                Answered on 1/5/2017 by Brand Expert from The Body Shop
            • Q:

              Can this be used for body breakouts? Such as those on the back?
              Asked on 11/26/2016 by Mija from Miami, FL

              1 answer

              • Brand Expert

                A:

                Thank you for contacting The Body Shop. Tea Tree Oil can be used for breakouts on the body. I would recommend, however, that you try our Tea Tree Body Wash. It's a refreshing body wash that lathers onto the skin to cleanse and help prevent blemishes on the body, with regular routine usage.

                Answered on 12/12/2016 by Brand Expert from The Body Shop
            • Q:

              What is the percentage of tea tree oil?
              Asked on 10/30/2016 by Lynn from Leesburg, Ga

              1 answer

              • Brand Expert

                A:

                Thank you for contacting The Body Shop. This formula contains 15% tea tree oil concentrate.

                Answered on 11/1/2016 by Brand Expert from The Body Shop
            • Q:

              How long do I have to leave it on my face. Overnight few hrs or few mins
              Asked on 9/18/2016 by shiny from Florida

              1 answer

              • Brand Expert

                A:

                Thank you for contacting The Body Shop. We recommend applying Tea Tree Oil after cleansing, treating and moisturizing your face. Apply it directly to blemishes, and leave it on. The same steps should be followed at night.

                Answered on 9/19/2016 by Brand Expert from The Body Shop
            • Q:

              After my pimple was gone. It leaves intensive acne on my face, does this product help me get rid of those?
              Asked on 9/17/2016 by Courtney from Jacksonville, Florida

              1 answer

              • Brand Expert

                A:

                Thank you for contacting The Body Shop. Tea Tree Oil helps to fight breakouts. I'm not sure if you're referring to acne scarring or pimples. Tea Tree Oil reduces existing pimples and helps prevent future ones - it does not reduce the appearance of acne scars.

                Answered on 9/19/2016 by Brand Expert from The Body Shop
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