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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT US
Lisa C.
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I tried every routine, kit, formula, process etc. on the market and have spent literally THOUSANDS trying to cure my acne…then I found Keeva’s 3 in 1 kit and my skin is getting better every day. Thank you Keeva

Nicote T.
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Keeva’s acne cream and face wash are incredible. They not only kill my acne, but they make my skin feel soft, moisturized, and have a healthy, beautiful glow!

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Keeva’s 3 in 1 kit has my skin looking better than it has in probably 5 years. I couldn’t be more grateful for Keeva. Having beautiful skin and being confident in yourself is truly priceless.

Benefits of Tea Tree Oil Soap & Body Wash

If you have been using skin care products during the last ten years, you’ve almost certainly come across the famous tea tree oil. This essential oil is distilled from the leaves of an indigenous Australian tree called Malaleuca alternifolia – the tea tree.

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Because of its antiseptic, antifungal, antimicrobial and antibacterial properties, Australian natives have long used tea tree leaves to treat infections, cuts, wounds and other skin ailments. Within the last 100 years, Europeans have adopted it as a herbal tea.

Now tea tree oil is used to make a variety of cosmetic and household products like massage oils, face and body washes, shampoos, laundry detergents, bar soaps, and nail and skin creams. Diffused into the air, it can be used to kill mold. With the direct application, tea tree oil cleans household surfaces and treats skin ailments. 

 

Skin-Related Benefits of Tea Tree Oil Soap

 

Whether you are struggling with isolated pimples or full-blown acne, you should seriously consider using a tea tree oil soap bar.

Many people have found that using tea tree oil soap helps contain blemishes without drying the skin. The antiseptic nature of this essential oil helps to heal skin ailments, including acne, leaving skin smooth with a natural glow.

Tea tree oil soap has an invigorating, clean and fresh scent. Additionally, tea tree oil is an antimicrobial agent. So this kind of soap helps kill the bacteria that causes body odour. Tea tree oil can also be used in liquid form to add a fresh scent to laundry, or as an energizing shampoo.

Tea tree oil soap is milder on the skin than chemical-based antibacterial agents. It is recommended for people with blemishes and oily skin because of tea tree oil soap seals in the natural moisture in your skin. Your skin will thank you for using tea tree oil soap at any time of the day. Your hair can also benefit from tea tree oil soap.