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Tea Tree Face Oil

13.00
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Tea Tree Face Oil

13.00

BRAND NEW PRODUCT!

Ingredients:

  • Grapeseed Oil

  • Black Currant Seed Oil

  • Argan Oil

  • Jojoba Oil

  • Rosehip Oil

  • Vitamin E Oil

  • Carrot Seed Essential Oil

  • Tea Tree Essential Oil

I love tea tree oil. I am all about those scents that make me feel clean and refreshed as I go about my day. Which means it's perfect.

I've combined the tea tree essential oil with a base of grapeseed oil which is light-weight and fast drying so it won't stay on your skin and clog your pores. How awesome is that? Black currant seed oil adds it's skin power to an amazing trio of rosehip, argan, and jojoba oils. What an awesome combo!

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BRAND NEW PRODUCT!

Ingredients:

  • Grapeseed Oil

  • Black Currant Seed Oil

  • Argan Oil

  • Jojoba Oil

  • Rosehip Oil

  • Vitamin E Oil

  • Carrot Seed Essential Oil

  • Tea Tree Essential Oil

I love tea tree oil. I am all about those scents that make me feel clean and refreshed as I go about my day. Which means it's perfect.

I've combined the tea tree essential oil with a base of grapeseed oil which is light-weight and fast drying so it won't stay on your skin and clog your pores. How awesome is that? Black currant seed oil adds it's skin power to an amazing trio of rosehip, argan, and jojoba oils. What an awesome combo!

As shocking and weird as it may seem, oils aren't necessarily bad for your skin. Especially when you use the right ones for your skin. 

The ingredients contained within this oil are listed for you above. I encourage you to do some reading, dive into the research, and find something that works for you. It's your skin. You deserve to know and understand everything that you put on it. 

How To Use: Apply a small amount to clean skin

Frequency: Can be used daily as part of an overall skincare routine

A Word Of Warning: This is NOT a miracle product. It won't cure, fix, or magically make things all better. Consult with your dermatologist to determine a good skincare routine for you.