Tea tree cream for Oily, Acne Prone Skin

    Extra Soothing & Nourishing Tea tree moisturizer for Oily, Combo, Acne Prone Skin

    If you’re fighting acne, blackheads, or blemishes, you can get smoother, healthier skin thanks to one of the most effective tea tree face moisturizers on the market.

    • Oily Skin
    • Cystic Acne
    • Combination Skin
    • Rosacea
    • Blemishes
    • Blackheads
    Sulfate free Vegan friendly Paraben free 60 Day Money Back Guarantee Cruelty Free Natural and Organic Made in America Dye Free Perfume Free No Harsh Chemicals

    Finally, A Plant-Based Tea tree cream for Acne Prone Skin - That Actually Works

    Our facial cream is formulated to sooth, nourish and hydrate oily skin, dry skin, or combination skin, without making things worse. We use 7 powerful food grade ingredients proven to give the nutrition, balance and environment required to heal and even out your skin.

    Our  Ingredients Are Shown To:

    • Nourish and Moisturize to the Base of Your Skin
    • Fight Acne-Causing Bacteria and Impurities
    • Open Clogged Pores
    • Cleanse and Minimize Pores
    • Reduce Redness and Irritation
    • Increase Healthy Blood Flow
    • Soften and Smooth Skin
    • Balance Skin Oil

    Millions of women, men, and teens deal with the frustration of pimples, excess skin oils, redness, and rosacea. Unfortunately, many acne treatments are way too harsh for your skin, leading to dry skin, irritation, and redness.

    Our botanical face cream is non-comedogenic and vegan friendly. To make sure anyone with sensitive skin can use it, it’s non-toxic, paraben free, non-hormone disrupting, and gentle – yet effective.

    The Best Tea tea face cream Needs The Best Ingredients

    Using tea tree oil for acne is a centuries old plant-based remedy that still works today. We combined it with other powerful ingredients to help nourish, hydrate and protect your skin. Ingredients Your Skin Will Love:

    • Tea Tree Oil
    • Aloe Vera
    • Pomegranate Seed Oil
    • St. John's Wort
    • Burdock Root
    • Salicylic Acid
    • Goldenseal
    • Dandelion Root
    • Toxin
    • Paraben
    • Mineral Oil
    • Animal Testing

    Made From Ingredients Your Skin Will Love

    Tea Tree Oil

    Tea tree oil is a powerful anti-inflammatory that helps reduce redness and irritation. It is a natural anti-fungal and antimicrobial which keeps the skin clean and effectively treats acne. Fun fact: Manuka Honey gets it’s massive healing power because the bees that produce it gather their pollen from the Manuka Bush (otherwise known as the Tea Tree!).


    St. John’s Wort

    No, not that kind of wart. “Wort” refers to plants and herbs used in medicine. This flower is a great ingredient when dealing with acne. St. John’s Wort is naturally antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and soothes and firms skin.

    Aloe Vera

    Naturally includes vitamins A, C, B and E and is loaded with minerals such as Zinc, Calcium, Magnesium and Copper, plus enzymes essential to all living organisms. Enjoy potent healing properties including: deep hydration, accelerated skin cell growth, powerful anti-inflammatory properties, anti-bacterial for improved healing and increases blood vessel tone to give your skin a glowing look and softer feel.

    Pomegranate Seed Oil

    Taken from the delicious pomegranate fruit, this oil contains the unique omega-5 fatty acid. It helps protects against cancer-causing UV rays and sun damage. You also get improved skin texture while healing your skin and fighting against aging.

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    I have dry skin. Can I still use this?

    While Tea Tree is used to help fight oils and acne, our formula is also made to help hydrate to the base of your skin.

    How often can I use it?

    We recommend using it at least twice a day, morning and night.

    How much do I use?

    After washing and drying your face, we recommend starting with a dime sized amount and then use more as needed.

    What do I do if I experience burning or irritation?

    First, we recommend testing a sample for any allergies. Allergies are very rare (less that 1%) but it’s best to be safe. We recommend testing on your inner wrist since that is more sensitive skin. If any irritation occurs, discontinue use and contact your physician.