Daily Tea Tree Oil Facial Cleansing Pads

4 Reviews

Pads 50

Great Way to Keep Your Skin Looking Radiant
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Product Details

Brand: Desert Essence

Product Code: daily-tea-tree-oil-facial-cleansing-pads-DES

Quantity per Container: 50 Pads

Desert Essence Daily Facial Cleansing Pads with Pure Australian Tea Tree Oil are a great way to keep your skin looking radiant! These pads have been formulated with a combination of pure essential oils and herbal extracts to leave your face free from oil and dirt residues.

  • Vegan, Non-GMO, Certified by NSF
  • Cruelty-free, NO animal derived ingredients or animal testing.
  • Contains NO: parabens, artificial fragrance/dyes, mineral oil, petrolatum, paraffin, SLS, PEGS, PPG, MEA, DEA, TEA, Propylene Glycol or Phthalates

Each moist pad contains Eco-Harvest Tea Tree Oil, an inherent antiseptic plant extract from Australia, combined with Lavender, Chamomile and Calendula. Used regularly, these pads will improve the texture, clarity and radiance of your skin.

Ratings & Reviews

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9/8/2011 12:00:00 am

Happy Consumer

by Buffalove

This product does exactly what it says. I also use Desert Essence's daily cleanser, and even after using the cleanser these pads clean away excess dirt and oils i didn't even know existed. I owe my complexion to Desert Essence's line of tea tree oil facial products.

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4/14/2014 12:00:00 am

facial cleansing pads

by xkwizit

after using my eyes sting for about half hour or so and the smell is very bad...but it does clean off make-up etc

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11/20/2014 12:00:00 am

Satisfied customer

by tigreo

It does a good job cleaning. The pads pull out dirt left over even after washing.

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9/30/2023 7:46 am

Teenage Skin Approved!

by Anne -

My teenage sons wash with a gentle cleanser and then use this for treatment. They don't mind the smell and the initial "sting" does not last. Salicylic acid seemed to make their skin worse, so we switched to tea tree.

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