Review: Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Manuka Honey Balm

Tea Tree Oil, revered for its antibacterial and antiseptic properties, is a go to for spots, cuts, scrapes, stings or minor wounds for the whole family. Granted to carry the essential oil on your person isn’t convenient when you’re on the go, so alas then Thursday Plantation has created a Tea Tree Manuka Honey Balm.

A restorative balm that takes care of any skincare eruptions, cuts or scrapes, Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Manuka Honey Balm contains a healing blend of tea tree oil, which with its astringent properties removes bacteria, while the skin nourishing manuka honey soothes skin and provides an effective barrier. The manuka honey, with its skin softening properties, even helps with the fading of scars following a cut or scrape.

The convenient 30g tube is ideal to carry in a handbag. As with many products, a lot goes a long way, so you only need to apply a small amount of the Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Manuka Honey Balm to skin. Any more and the skin becomes sticky and the balm will not absorb into skin.

With the addition of natural ingredients that includes sweet almond oil, calendula and sunflower seed oil, Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Manuka Honey Balm is essentially a natural antiseptic cream that will take care of the whole family’s first aid skincare needs.

Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Manuka Honey Balm is available from Amazon, Boots and all good chemists

Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyle including sustainable and green living. She also offers content services to businesses and individuals at Rosamedea.com

4 thoughts on “Review: Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Manuka Honey Balm

  1. It certainly sounds wonderful. I love reading about people’s recommendations 😊 I usually use tea tree oil if i have a breakout but coz i use it neat it can be too drying and leave a mark. Think i will definitely give it a try 👍

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