Hi, i'm Marian!

Welcome to the Color Wheel Gallery! I'm Marian, a mommy of two wonderful Children, a Professional Gospel Vocalist, Entrepreneur and a Blogger. This Blog is for Beauty, Fashion, Inspiration, Lifestyle, Product Reviews, and Videos. I have recently worked with Pure Flix, Abbe Glasses, Astonishing Skin Care, skin1.com, Amorroco Argan Oil, The Make up Miser, Orglamix Cosmetics, Salty Cosmetics, Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques, Mary Kay, Markwins, Caboodles, The Organic Face, Amazing Cosmetics, Billion Dollar Brows, House of Lashes, Olay, Cover Girl among others.
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My Tea Tree Oil Experience

Press Sample: Product given by the Company for Testing and Review Purposes

I was very excited to try this authentic Tea Tree oil because usually I've tested Tea Tree in products that's combined with different ingredients in them.
So when I opened the bottle of this Tea Tree oil it was very potent and it definitely smelled like bug spray. lol

But, I decided to use it anyway and know that not all things that do not smell pleasant might have a beneficial effect and might necessarily work for you so I wanted to be brave and give it a go.

Unfortunately, the bottle does not come with a dropper so luckily I had a dropper that I had in my cupboard so I used that one. I put 9 drops of the Tea Tree oil in my shampoo and shook it good.
The scent from there on was not as potent which was good.

I explored to use it this way because I hear it's good for dry scalp and dandruff. The shampoo mixture left my hair in the shower with an invigorating tingling feeling.

Next, I decided to explore a little more with the Teatree oil.

I have sensitive skin and I always use coconut oil at night as my nighttime moisturizer.
But, since I was testing the Tea Tree oil I also read that it's good for your skin and acne.

So, after I washed my face and put on the coconut oil I put a little dab of the Tea Tree to those spots that I wanted to diminish. It did sting a little bit but I added a little more coconut oil to it and the stinging went a way.

I went to sleep at night, and when I woke up in the morning the spots were definitely diminished and dried up.

This girl here is now a believer of  Tea Tree Oil and I will continue to use it for my little breakouts on my face and in my shampoo and I can't wait to explore with it even more. 

If you can get by the potent smell of this oil then I suggest that this product be in your cupboard as well.

It retails for $24.99 on Amazon and if you are curious to know what else it may be used for,
Here's a little description from the site:
Experimenting and Exploring with oils can be fun and beneficial.