This non-detergent cleanser is specially formulated for congested/acne-prone skin, without any harsh ingredients that could strip the skin’s protective oils. Evan Healy skincare is known for gentleness, and her acne products have worked wonders for many, many people who finally realized that the harsh products they’d previously been using were doing more harm than good.
Evan Healy’s Tea Tree Gel Cleanser lathers well, and doesn’t leave a residue on the skin. A little goes a long way, which means this bottle lasts and lasts.
The Tea Tree Gel Cleanser is $29. Purchase it here.
Ingredients: water, sodium cocoamphoacetate, glycerin, lauryl glucoside, sodium cocoyl glutamate, sodium lauryl glucose carboxylate, coco-glucoside, sea buckthorn, organic matricaria extract, rose geranium leaf extract, organic oat leaf extract, lemon balm leaf extract, strawberry leaf extract, lavender leaf extract, citric acid, sodium benzoate, organic tea tree leaf oil, organic lavender flower oil, organic lavandin oil, and flower essences.
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One of the primary ingredients is sodium cocoamphoacetate. Although it sounds like a chemical nightmare, in reality it’s a safe organic compound derived from coconut oil. Relatively gentle, it aids in cleansing your face of oil-based muck. Non-irritating and non-sensitizing, sodium cocoamphoacetate is a preferable surfactant (cleansing agent) to the ubiquitous sodium lauryl sulfate often found in similar–but lower quality–products.
A simple way to boost the purifying power of this cleanser is to add a little clay to the cleanser in the palm of your hand. As you wash your face, you’ll also benefit from mild exfoliation..
Evan Healy’s Tea Tree Gel Cleanser is $29 for a very pretty 4 oz. glass pump bottle. Buy it here. Works best for normal to oily skin.*This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own. **Products get makeovers too. Be sure to check if this product has been recently re-formulated before using it yourself.