As I've recently mentioned, quite a few times now actually, my skin has gone on a bit of a wild rampage this past few weeks. I don't exactly know why as I haven't been eating anything different or trying anything new skincare or make-up wise, so all I can think of is that it may be just from the stress of trying to get things sorted for starting uni again or the change in the weather, saying as autumn and winter comes early or either stays permanently in Northern Ireland.
Anyways, I've been desperately searching through my skincare stash to find products that will help purify and cleanse my skin without completely stripping it and leaving it irritated and sore. This is when The Body Shop's Tea Tree Cool & Creamy Wash comes into play. Tea Tree is most commonly known as 'natures antiseptic' and because of this it is most likely to be used in a lot of anti-blemish products.
The Cool & Creamy wash is a gentle, yet effective creamy (obviously) cleanser that lifts away and reduces blemishes and impurities on the skin. At first I was a little worried to use this on daily basis incase it stripped my skin, leaving it red and irritated, but I've been using this daily for the majority of this month and I've had no problems with it so far.
I must say that I have noticed a vast improvement in my skin since using this on a daily basis. It brings any potential blemishes to a halt and helps speed up the recovery time of any current blemishes. It also helps balance out my skin and get rid of any excess oil, so it would be suitable for anyone with oily or combination skin.
This has been a real hero product for me at the minute and I would really recommend it if you're having a tough time with your skin as it leaves your skin feeling clean and refreshed. Plus, because there's that 'tingly' feeling on your skin because of the Tea Tree, it actually feels as if it's getting to work straight away! Plus, at only £5 and The Body Shop usually runs some sort of discount code, you can't really complain!
What do you think of The Body Shop's Tea Tree range? Have you tried anything from it? Let me know in the comments!