Tea Tree Blemish Gel
I have "normal skin" with sporadic pimples every now and then so I don't know if this is a miracle cure for people with acne prone skin. I started having sporadic pimples on my left temple and on my cheeks recently and I honestly didn't know what to do. I bought the gel without much thought during a sale so I didn't expect too much. After talking myself out of picking at my skin one night I put the gel on and went to sleep. I woke up the next morning and the ones on my temple, that had been coming back for over a month, were gone! And the two cystic ones on my cheek dramatically lessened. I definitely recommend this product.
January 9, 2014
Didn't do anything for me
The TT blemish gel is thick in texture but clear, so you can put it on during the day. It didn't sting when I put it on my zit, but it also didn't really do anything. It's not pricey but not worth what I paid for it.
December 2, 2013
I would recommend to buy Tee Tree Face Mask instead. Will save you money and you will be able to use it for a much longer period of time. I've got Blemish Gel and Face Mask, and Face Mask had a better result for my skin. Blemish Gel is not a bad product at all, I just think that it is overpriced and that Tee Tree Face Mask is a much better deal.
July 31, 2013
may work for some
Also another product that I don't think is worth the price. I had been using this for smaller breakouts, as it is significantly less potent (in strength and in smell) than the tea tree oil that comes in a jar. I didn't notice much of a difference, but if you'd only be using this occasionally then it might be better for you than it was for me! It gets used up too quickly and doesn't do enough for my skin to justify spending $9 on it when I could get a larger jar of the oil from Amazon for the same amount.
June 30, 2013