24 August 2015

..::Product Review::.. Keeva Tea Tree Oil for Acne Treatment

My Review of Keeva Tea Tree Oil for Acne Treatment

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
"Tired of Acne Blemishes, Scars or Cystic Acne, and Want a Solution that Actually is Proven to Work 100% of the Time and Solve Your Problem? Keeva is a 100% All Natural Acne Cream That is Proven to Work Quickly and Safely with Any Skin Type! The Top Tea Tree Oil Acne Treatment Cream Available on the Market Today! The root cause of acne is blockage of the sebaceous glands. Tea Tree Oil, also known as melaleuca oil, naturally disinfects pores and dries out whiteheads, blackheads, pimples and other blemishes that people have on their face or back. Tea Tree Oil is a secret, ancient herb that was discovered in ancient China over 2,000 years ago! It's only been since recently that people have "re-discovered" its powerful effects on killing bacteria while leaving your face feel like a newborn baby. Prevents Future acne problems, leaving your skin cleaner, sexier, and blemish free. Tea Tree Oil for acne is also proven to help with acne scars and cystic acne problems. Keeva was created with sensitive skin in mind. Keeva will not make you break out. It feels cold on your face when you put it on with a gel-like feeling. No animal testing. All-natural ingredients."


I was a sent a 30.0 g jar of the Tea Tree Oil Acne Treatment Cream from Keeva to review.  

Packaging & Presentation of Keeva Tea Tree Oil for Acne Treatment

This moisturizer was sent to me in perfect condition.  There were no defects, and everything was intact.  The jar was packaged inside of a flip top box.  The box measures approximately 1.75" x 2.5" x 2.5".

The front of the box labels the brand, product, and sizing information.  The back of the box details more about the cream, directions, and ingredients.

The bottom of the box is where you'll find the manufacturer's information, sizing information again, and lot number.  This cream has a 24-month PAO.

When you open up the box (from the top), you'll find the jar sitting right inside.

The jar is made from frosted glass, and has a chrome-accented lid.  The only identifying information on the jar is the clear label depicting the brand, product, and sizing information.  It measures 1.5" x 2.25" in diameter.

The top of the jar has the 'Keeva' sticker in the center (kind of), and the manufacturing date and expiration date are stamped clearly on the bottom of the jar.

The jar has a dust cover sitting over the cream.  It has a pull-tab, so it's easy to take off.  I keep mine on, but you are welcome to toss it if they bother you.

My Personal Experience with Keeva Tea Tree Oil for Acne Treatment

This is seriously one of a kind.  It's literally the best acne treatment that I have ever used.  I love everything (mostly) about it, and (besides the fact that it works like a champ) it has amazing ingredients, and smells delightful.  Now, what don't I care for?  I typically don't care for any creams in a jar.  I use them, but I definitely prefer a pump dispenser to keep the germs at bay.  

The cream itself is white in color.  It is a very soft, whipped, ultra-light cream. Since it is a jar, you can grab the amount that you need.  This product smells very strong-- like a tea tree and vanilla blend.  It smells so good, guys!  It's an all-natural cream, yet super-intense.  It uses tea tree essential oil to target problematic acne areas.  Tea tree oil has been found to be one of, if not the best acne treatment you can use.

It definitely absorbs easily into your skin without leaving any gross residue.  I suggest trying it on a little patch of skin and leave it for 24-hours to make sure the formula agrees with your skin type.  There haven't been any reported side effects (and I haven't had any myself).  I seriously want to keep applying and applying.  I'm addicted!

Pros of Keeva Tea Tree Oil for Acne Treatment
  • Very easy to apply and absorbs quickly.
  • Keeps your skin looking fabulous!
  • Targets problem areas using all-natural ingredients.
  • This smells so good.  However, if you are sensitive to fragrance you may not care for this.
  • You can use this everyday without it drying out your skin.
  • The cream feels SO good-- it's cooling, it tingles a bit, it is so soft and light!  You can definitely use this under makeup.

Cons of Keeva Tea Tree Oil for Acne Treatment
  • The strong fragrance can be a con for somebody who likes unscented products.
  • There is very minimal information printed on the bottle (pretty much nothing).
  • It sells out very fast.

        I can’t get over how amazing this cream is.  I get hormonal acne, and I HATE it.  It hurts, and I tried everything to get rid of it.  This has been a game-changer.  The first time, I applied a little bit more than I should have, so it really didn’t absorb like it should have.  The second time, I applied the perfect amount, and it really goes deep into my skin.  It smells amazing, and it makes your face feel like silk.  I definitely recommend this to anybody looking for a treatment that is natural yet effective.  If you suffer from bumps that you can’t get to go away—try this.  I can compare it to the consistency of the Philosophy Renewed Hope in a Jar. You’ll be delighted.

        Are you wanting to try the Keeva Tea Tree Oil for Acne Treatment, too?  Click the link below, and order away!  


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        DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

        1 comment:

        Lee Bonne said...

        I would make one suggestion though. Rather than using the tea tree oil over your whole face, try to target just the spots themselves. Some people can find tea tree oil too strong and may experience some skin irritation if they use it all aver the face. Limiting use to the areas affected can reduce the risk of this Check out: https:skincaretour.com .