Advanced Clinicals Tea Tree Oil for Redness and Bumps. Tea tree oil For face, body, and...
Size:Two - 1.8oz This antioxidant-rich, restorative blend of Tea Tree Oil, Vitamin E, Witch Hazel, and Sunflower Extract will help penetrate your pores for deep hydration and deliver skin-saving benefits to relieve and calm irritated skin. Enriched with Fractionated Coconut Oil to refine and soothe stressed out pores due to acne medication and environmental damage. Aromatherapy Tea tree oil is a multi-purpose antiseptic oil that can help with the treatment of as acne, fungal infections of the nail, skin tags, athlete's foot, and ringworm.
Value set of 2 Tea Tree Oils! Within 28 days Advanced Clinicals tea tree oil improves the appearance of rough texture, cracked skin and unsightly bumps. Miracle oil helps reduce the appearance of blemishes, acne, age spots, and helps hydrate cracked irritated skin. Great for all skin types- sensitive, oily, normal.; Natural Astringent combined with Vitamin E oil improves the looks of skin redness, skin irritation, dry skin and bumps. Infused with witch hazel instantly calms the look of blemish prone skin. Help smooth and replenish moisture so skin looks clear and refined.; Made from the highest quality therapeutic grade Tea Tree oil. Intensive enough formula to soften callus and cracked dry feet and hands. Also can be applied to toenails; Large 1.8oz bottle will last months, just a few drops will help clear redness bumps and large pores.; Paraben-free. Trusted formula. Manufactured in the USA. Not tested on animals. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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