Published On: Mon, Feb 23rd, 2015

Prone to blemishes, blackheads and oily skin? THE YELLOW HOUSE has THE answer!

P1010756THE YELLOW HOUSE located at FOKKERWEG, carries the brand THE BODY SHOP. From the various lines of THE BODY SHOP, Tea Tree is a SECRET WEAPON!

THE BODY SHOP Tea Tree line, is the perfect regimen for clearer looking skin. High quality Community Fair Trade organic tea tree oil inside is distilled from hand-picked leaves.

Blemishes, blackheads and oily skin can benefit of THE BODY SHOP Tea Tree range. Aside from tea tree, the range also uses tamanu oil extract, which is reputed to help generate new tissue and improve the healing process for skin.


Check-out these bestselling items in THE BODY SHOP Tea Tree range:

Tea Tree Oil: Best Seller! Tea Tree Oil is a natural, targeted solution to help clear blemishes quickly and effectively without over-drying the skin. Renowned for its anti-bacterial benefits, the Tea Tree Oil also helps to soothe blemished skin.

Tea Tree Night Lotion: Best Seller! A lightweight, soothing gel-crème for blemished skin. Replenishes moisture overnight, leaves skin looking matte with antibacterial action. Its clinically proven to give clearer-looking skin.

Tea Tree Skin Clearing Lotion: Another Best Seller in the line! A light, non-oily moisturizing lotion for blemished skin. Use this product after your Tea Tree cleansing regime. It provides a lightweight hydration, absorbs easily, and has shine control for a matte finish.

THE BODY SHOP Community Fair Trade organic tea tree oil comes from The Kenya Organic Oil Farmers’ Association (KOOFA), a co-operative of over 550 small-scale organic farmers around Mount Kenya National Park. The products contain only pure leaf essential oil, made with hand-harvested leaves and gently steam-distilled for an exceptional-quality purifying essential oil. The leaves are steam distilled within 12 hours of harvest, using a gentle heat to ensure a high quality tea tree oil. The trade helps provide the smallholder famers of KOOFA with a steady income, which means that they can develop sustainable farming systems and fund community projects in their local area.

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