A germ-fighting, time-tested, essential oil, tea tree oil is a natural must for a skincare routine battling breakouts.
Make it Routine
Tea tree oil should be used smartly and sparingly in a skincare routine. If you're breakout prone, integrate tea tree oil into the different steps of your routine one by one so you can see what works best. It's often found in cleansers and moisturizers, where its germ-fighting qualities can help battle acne. The ingredient can be powerful as a drying, natural spot treatment.
The tea tree oil in this serum is gentle, but incredibly effective. You can apply it all over, or just to your T-zone if that's where you're most breakout-prone.
Clear Skin Willow Bark Booster-Serum
Tell your skin to prioritize clearing and preventing breakouts with this congestion-fighting boost.
This non-foaming, gel-based cleanser feels cooling and soothing to aggravated, acne-prone skin.
Clear Skin Probiotic Cleanser
Like a cold splash of water, this cooling, purifying cleanser is a morning wakeup call for your skin.
Wait—One More Thing!
Essential oils have a reputation as 'everything solutions' but they should be used carefully. We recommend diluting them in a carrier oil, such as jojoba, sunflower, or safflower.
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