Hello gorgeous ladies 🙂 I am back with another review of mine. It is Fuschia Tea Tree Oil Soap Review. In spite of being wary of using soaps on my skin since I have dry skin, I decided to try a soap from Fuschias range of naturally handmade soaps. They claim to be SLS free, parabens free, phthalates free and cruelty free. When a product is devoid of so many deleterious monsters, it gives me enough stimulus to try it out 🙂 Tea tree oil can help relieve any type of skin inflammation, including being used as a natural eczema treatment and for enfeebling psoriasis.
Thanks to its ability to kill parasites and fungal infections, tea tree oil is a great choice to use on toe nail fungus, athletes foot and ringworm. It also helps relieve one from the itchiness of rashes. You may also use it for removal of skin tags. Insect bites can also be soothed using tea tree oil. Furthermore, tea tree oil has antimicrobial properties that destroy the bacteria on your skin that cause foul body odour.It goes without saying that today, I am going to review Fuschia Tea Tree Oil Soap and let you know how it fared on my parameters of evaluation. Check out Fuschia Tea Tree Oil Soap Review below 🙂
Price of Fuschia Tea Tree Oil Soap : Rs.225/- for 100 gm/3.53 oz
Directions for use : Slather on wet skin
Ingredients : Not mentioned
Shelf life : 24 months from the date of manufacturing
Color : sea green
Smell : Very mild
What Fuschia Tea Tree Oil Soap claims
My experience with Fuschia Tea Tree Oil Soap
Packed in a paper covering enlisting basic information about the product, Fuschia Tea Tree Oil Soap comes wrapped in a plastic pack. Again, for the price I think the packaging is way too simple and needs to be worked upon. That said, it is clear that for me it is underwhelming in terms of packaging.
The soap is hard and capable of breaking someones head if one wishes to :p Do it AT YOUR OWN RISK 😉 The sea green color adds to its visual appeal but to me what matters is the efficacy of the product and not its outward beauty. I have used it 5 times and sadly, it has a little drying effect on my, otherwise, dry skin. It does cleanse your skin well removing dirt and dust effectively but at the cost of sucking a little moisture every time. I don’t find it working for me which is why, I won’t recommend it to those with dry and extremely dry skin. People with normal and oily/excessively oily skin can go for it but not those with dry/excessively dry skin because it has a drying effect.
On the whole, Fuschia Tea Tree Oil Soap is a good cleansing soap but there’s no noteworthy glow imparted and it has a drying effect on dry/extremely dry skin. So, while it may prove useful for those with normal, oily and combination skin, it surely isn’t meant for dry skin. In any case, tea tree oil is recommended for oily skin hence, a soap made with its extracts/it has to be earmarked for that skin type.
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Good about Fuschia Tea Tree Oil Soap
- SLS free
- Paraben free
- Phthalate free
- Cruelty free
- Suitable for all skin types except dry and extremely dry
- Cleanses well by removing dirt and dust thus, giving a clean and fresh feel
Bad about Fuschia Tea Tree Oil Soap
- Flimsy packaging
- Unsuitable for dry and extremely dry skin because of its drying effect
- Ingredients list isnt furnished (Fushia provides leaflets to its cutomers for each of their products. Sadly, I didn’t get one)
- Does not impart any prominent benefit to skin
Availability : Easy
Fashion and Beauty Rating : 2.5/5
Tea tree soap…nice product and nice review too
Too drying, Pallavi. Won’t say that it’s a did. Certainly for oily/excessively oily skin, it’s a boon but for dry/excessively dry skin, it’s simply not recommended.
It’s of no good unlike what I was expecting 🙁
Absolutely correct, Juthika. This was of hardly any use to me 🙁