Body Shop Tea Tree Cleanser

What do ya'll think? I've already noticed shrinking blemishes, stress blackheads unclogging and a clean, clearer complexion and i've only been using it for 3 days. And I swear I don't work for them; I was salty over the 12 dollars I spent. But I can already tell it was well worth it.

Big Chop: 11/25/09
Cottony/fluffy, medium/coarse, high density & porosity
SL - APL - BSB - BSL - MBL - WL - HL
i got some when they were having a crazy sale. I got 5 items for 25 or 30 dollars. So the price wasnt so bad. it worked ok. but like most cleansers begin to dry out my face. So i went back to the ocm and used the cleanser when i was in a hurry or didnt feel like doing the ocm.

Next time wait until they have one of their sales. i love the body shop but only go when they are have a sale which is maybe 3 times a year. they have other sales but nothing like their BIG ones when you can save big bucks. $12 cleansers can drop to less then half.
Oooh I'll definitely keep that in mind for next time. Good advice! And I have seen a lot of people say it stopped working for them so i'll probably start alternating with my purity soon. I'll just wait for it to finish shrinking these zits before I cut down.

Big Chop: 11/25/09
Cottony/fluffy, medium/coarse, high density & porosity
SL - APL - BSB - BSL - MBL - WL - HL
Thanks for the tip. I'm always looking for a good facial cleanser.
Gretchen
NaturallyCurly.com co-founder
3A

You are beautiful!
I like the tea tree face mask as a spot treatment. I would put it on a pimple at night and the next morning it would be way smaller. I would recommend that.

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