The Body Shop Tea Tree Blemish Gel Acne Relief is a nice product. I have been using Proactive Advanced Blemish Treatment to get rid of my spots but it is so strong that it gives me awful dry patches. This tea tree gel is gentle and heals your spot gradually. It does not work quite as fast as the Proactive treatment, but it is a lot kinder to the skin. I ran out of it pretty quickly and I didn’t like that much but I believe it is meant to be a travel size. I understand that The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil is basically the same thing just without the dofa applicator and in a larger size. If I am wrong please correct me in the comments!
Have you used any of these products? How did you like them? What is your favorite product from The Body Shop?
❤️ Liz

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