This BHA Toner is the Fix Your Acne-Prone Skin Needs

It’s really hard to find products that work to nourish your skin completely—preventing blemishes, hydrating, refining pores, preventing excess oil, and healing pimples while giving you a healthy glow. But once you find them, you hold them close and you never let them go. So if our grip on the new Leegeehaam Grow Tea Tree 70 BHA Toner is a little too tight, you’ll have to forgive us; we just really love what it’s doing to our skin.

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The toner is formulated with two of the most beloved natural skincare ingredients: 70% tea tree extract, which not only soothes and relieves skin but also helps to disinfect pores and treat blemishes, and 5% willow bark extract, which contains salicylic acid and helps to remove dead skin cells and refine skin. And while those two ingredients alone would be effective in clearing skin, the real magic is BHA.

If you’re not familiar with BHA (or, as it’s scientifically known, Beta Hydroxy Acid), here’s the gist: It’s a super-gentle chemical exfoliator that goes way above and beyond what a physical exfoliator could ever even dream of, penetrating the pore to get rid of dead skin cells beneath and above the skin’s surface. It reveals a more radiant, healthy complexion while hydrating, calming (bye, redness!), and diminishing the look of fine lines.

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Because it’s so effective, BHA is one of the most in-demand ingredients for those with sensitive and acne-prone skin. The only problem is that it’s usually unpleasant to use. It can smell really harsh and can even make your skin tingle in some formulas. We worked directly with Leegeehaam, the brand that revolutionized skincare with the OG Tea Tree 90 Essence, to create a formula that doesn’t burn or smell and feels silky and super-nourishing. The Grow Tea Tree 70 BHA Toner is a total game-changer, if we do say so ourselves.

If it feels like your skin is personally victimizing you with breakout after breakout, join the club and get this toner.

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4 replies

  1. I cannot find the BHA toner anywhere on your site and the link you gives comes up with a “404” error, “page not found”. Where is the BHA toner?

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