Acne sufferer claims £6.50 Body Shop tea tree wash helped cleared her skin in just two months

AS all problem skin sufferers will already know, finding products that treat acne without making your skin feel like sand paper is a total mission.

However, one beauty blogger is now singing the praises of a Body Shop cleanser which she claims has helped overhaul her complexion in eight weeks – and it costs just £6.50.

Kadeeja Sel Khan – who runs the Instagram account EmeraldxBeauty – used The Body Shop's Tea Tree Cleanser in conjunction with Murad's InvisiScar Resurfacing Treatment to treat her acne.

The skin positivity blogger told Cosmopolitan that she uses the foaming cleaner every morning to "ensure I have a fresh base" for other products.

Tea tree oil is often used in skincare products catering for blemish-prone skin because of it's anti-inflammatory properties which helps tackle spots and even out skin tone.

Alongside this purse-friendly cleanser, Kadeeja also uses Murad's £35 InvisiScar BHA exfoliator to tackle her acne scarring.

  • Tea Tree Skin Clearing Foaming Cleanser, £6.50 from The Body Shop – buy now

  • InvisiScar Resurfacing Treatment, £35 from Murad – buy now

Sharing unedited before-and-after photos on Instagram, the blogger said she's tried countless skincare products over the years but never found anything that worked as well as this.

She raved: "NO EDIT, NO PHOTOSHOP, NO FILTER… NO NOTHING. I can't believe the impact it's had on my scarring.

And while plenty of acne sufferers believe they have to buy into products which strip their complexion of all oil, Kadeeja also revealed that she loves Pixi's £10 Rose Tonic water to "keep her skin hydrated".

*Adds ALL to basket*

In more beauty news, Millie Bobby Brown has launched a new "Florence" collection at Boots.

And Boots is giving make-up fans a free Beauty Edit Box worth £40 and it includes NYX, Sleek and Maybelline.

Plus shoppers are going wild for a £9 argan oil and coconut hair mask – and the before-and-after photos speak for themselves.

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