Oriflame Tea Tree Purifying Oil Review

by Ansh on October 27, 2010 · 17 comments


Tea Tree Purifying Oil

Hi gang!

I went ahead and purchased some more products from Oriflame. I find their skin care range very good. Better than their makeup range. Today I’m going to review Tea Tree Purifying Oil. You have already read reviews on its other variants but I found that nobody has reviewed this. So I went ahead and wrote one. :-)

tea tree oil

tea tree oil

What it says?

Purifying formula with high concentration of pure organic tea tree oil. Naturally purifies and soothes blemished skin. Dab directly onto blemishes when they first appear. Dermatologically tested.

Ingredient List:

ISOPROPYL MYRISTATE, ALCOHOL DENAT., PARAFFINUM LIQUIDUM, LEPTOSPERMUM SCOPARIUM OIL, MELALEUCA ALTERNIFOLIA LEAF OIL, LIMONENE
Quantity 10ml
Price: 349 INR

How to apply:

Tea Tree oil should be diluted before applying. However, this is already diluted. Take a drop of the oil on a cotton ball and apply directly to acne or blemishes.

Other products from this range:

Oriflame offers the pure power of Organic natural ingredients, renowned for their beneficial skin properties, in 5 ranges designed to care for the essential skin needs. Oriflame has sourced 100% pure organic tea tree oil to bring anti-microbial power to skin.

Tea Tree Purifying Corrective Stick-
Smart stick with pure organic tea tree oil hides and dries out imperfections. First tone down redness with green shade. Then conceal with beige shade.

Tea Tree Purifying Wash & Tone Gel-
2 in 1 gel with pure organic tea tree oil. Lathers to gently remove impurities and excess sebum, while naturally helping to clear blemishes.

Tea Tree Purifying Blemish Solver-

Helps dry out blemish anytime, anywhere. Dot this handy stick with pure organic tea tree oil on targeted areas to soothe and clear skin. Use under make up or wear alone. Dermatologically tested.

You know how it feels after using all the acne correction tubes in the market which doesn’t work. So one day I was googling some acne solutions and found tea tree oil is used very much for this purpose. Don’t worry the oil wouldn’t worsen the acne. So whenever I feel an acne is going to develop in a part. area on my face (you know when it turns red and itches), I apply it on my that area. And voila the acne never comes! But don’t use more than a drop. A drop is even sufficient to cover your whole face!

tea tree oil bottle

tea tree oil bottle

tea tree oil bottle view

tea tree oil bottle view

Prons:
1. Has reduced my acne marks. Just apply thrice a week on them.
2. Helps prevent acne.
3. Quantity- you just need to use even less than a drop. Lasts very long.
4. It smells medicinal. Not that it’s a problem.
5. If you have a lot of zits, it will calm your skin down.
6. The cap is screw on.
7. There is a dropper inside the bottle so that you don’t waste any product.
8. It’s Organic
9. Very light as compared to other ointments
10. Must for every girl with acne problems: Ram Baan!

Cons:
1. Too much of it can irritate your skin. I have sensitive skin so I know. So only once a day if you are aiming to curb any potential acne.
2. The smell can irritate some people.
3. Nothing else!

Will I repurchase? Yes, I really recommend this product to everyone with oily and acne prone skin.
I will give Oriflame Tea Tree Purifying Oil-   :-* :-* :-* :-* :-*  + 0.5

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{ 15 comments… read them below or add one }

Smita T October 27, 2010 at 2:49 pm

Sounds goood Ansh , does it come in a larger pack ? I have occasional acne too, i would like to try it. Do u think 10ml is too small ?

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Preetha October 27, 2010 at 3:25 pm

hey thanx for the review..I have seen this in the catalogue but was doubtful..wil try :-))

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calicoaster October 27, 2010 at 3:27 pm

I have it!! :-D Ordered and got it some 2 weeks back…haven’t started using it till now….Glad you did this review!! :-)) :-)) :-)) :-)) me will start using it from today!!!!!!! :dance: :jump: :jump: :jump:

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monika October 27, 2010 at 3:41 pm

I had loads of acne when i was younger…now in the 30s , the problem has thankfully resolved itself :)

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Kruti October 27, 2010 at 4:06 pm

HEHEHEHE…….. :highfive:

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rids October 27, 2010 at 6:22 pm

WOW !!! DEFINATELY BUYING THIS ………HOW MUCH IS IT FOR ????

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ansh October 27, 2010 at 10:08 pm

@smita no u just need a very small amount. a drop can cover your entire face. but just apply on d problem areas. 10ml is fine

@preetha ya do try it..n tell us :)

@cali telepathy!!! :laugh: :-D

@monika ye hmari jawani k daane hai! :razzmad:

@rids thanks :) its for 350 but u can easily find it around 250 as its usually on discount

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Devie October 28, 2010 at 1:01 am

Wow…can this be worn under makeup?

Thanks for the review, I was wondering if tea tree oil works for acne and scars :)

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ansh October 28, 2010 at 1:13 am

i’m not sure..nevr tried.
but its more of a remedy thn quick concealer.so apply it before u go 2 bed

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Lavanya Narayanan October 28, 2010 at 10:13 am

Hey,is the corrective stick a concealer ??? If you have tried it … can you please do a review on it ???

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calicoaster October 28, 2010 at 10:24 am

hey Lavanya, there is already a review done on that stick on IMBB, by neha..Check it out here

http://makeupandbeauty.com/oriflame-concealer-part-1-review-swatches/

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priya December 6, 2010 at 11:38 am

I have been using tea tree oil for 3 nights on acne forehesd, and face :starving: (cystic acne).
no effect. pls tell me what to do . :starving:

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Amruta April 4, 2011 at 2:49 pm

Nice review…..looks like a great product….. I am buying this right away….

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anu January 11, 2012 at 2:00 pm

please tell me where could i buy this product please……….

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calicoaster October 27, 2010 at 4:01 pm

I think she is busy trying her new coastal scents 88 eyeshadow palette!! :giggle: :giggle: :giggle: :giggle:

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