Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Blemish Stick with Manuka Honey Trial Team
50 people prone to pimples, blemishes and acne scars, but not severe acne.
Product in Trial
of members found the Thursday Plantation Blemish Stick convenient for on-the-go or travel.
of members agree the size of their pimples/blemishes reduced after using the Thursday Plantation Blemish Stick.
of members agree the redness of their pimples or blemishes reduced after using the Thursday Plantation Blemish Stick.
of members would recommend the Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Blemish Stick to their family & friends.
Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Blemish Stick with Manuka Honey is a reformulation of the original blemish stick, now with Manuka Honey to help improve the appearance of acne scars. The new dual-action formula is clear for invisible coverage and contains 100% Pure Australian-grown tea tree oil, which is a natural antibacterial, as well as vitamin E and spearmint oil to soothe skin. The addition of Manuka Honey makes this product well suited to acne-prone skin, offering acne scar benefits as well as helping to reduce blemishes, blackheads & whiteheads. The sponge tip applicator ensures there’s no need to touch the skin with the fingers when applying. Free from petrochemicals, synthetic parabens, propylene glycol, lauryl sulphates, synthetic fragrances, synthetic colours, synthetic preservatives or animal-derived ingredients. This product is dermatologically tested.
Majority of the members found the Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Blemish Stick with Manuka Honey gentle, and were impressed with how effective it was at decreasing the size of their pimples and stopping new ones popping up. Many reviews mentioned how calming the blemish stick was on their skin, some even saying they saw an improvement overnight. Some members with acne scars, rather than active breakouts, were impressed by how effective it was on their scarring. One reviewer went so far as to say "my skin has never looked better". A couple of the reviewers found the product was not effective on their skin as they were expecting, some people thought that the applicator stick was unhygenic.