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    The ultimate cruelty free skincare range you need if you have acne & oily prone skin! Since clearing out  my skincare draw in my makeup collection of all the non cruelty free brands, I have been on the lookout for cruelty free brands that are suitable for oily and acne prone skin. I came across T Zone which are such an affordable brand that seem to have amazing products for this type of problematic skin. So I grabbed quite a few pieces from their range on eBay to give them a try and review. My other favourite cruelty free skincare brands are LUSH and First Aid Beauty which all have such amazing products, but I really wanted to find another to add to my collection and skincare routine.

    Skin Clearing Facial Moisturiser

    Is literally a copy of my non cruelty free Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit Skin Clearing Moisturiser. It contains Tea Tree and Eucalyptus which are two amazing ingredients for acne prone skin. It smells amazing and doesn’t leave my skin feeling oily but just the perfect amount of moisture to not leave my skin feeling dry.

    Blackhead Fighting Facial Scrub

    Which is a copy of my St Ives Invigorating Apricot Facial Scrub, as St Ives have been proven to not be cruelty free so I’m glad I’ve found an alternative that really works because the St Ives scrub was my favourite. I also really like that this T Zone facial scrub helps fight blackheads and reduces your pores as I have really large pores and this really feels like it helps. This facial scrub contains Tea Tree which is a wonder ingredient for acne breakouts. This contains Tea Tree so it’s great for getting rid of breakouts and clearing skin.

    Shine Control Cleansing Wipes

    I currently use a mixture of my Simple Facial Wipes and First Aid Beauty Gentle Cleansing Wipes which are really good for cleansing my skin but I also wanted face wipes that do that but also reduce shine and help clear my acne breakouts.

    Clear Pore Antibacterial Cleanser

    Which is a copy of my Garnier Micellar Water which I really love so I’m glad I’ve found a good copy of it that’s cruelty free. I also really like that this cleanser is antibacterial so it will kill bacteria on your face that causes acne breakouts as well as cleansing the skin and clearing your pores. It contains Tea Tree and Salicylic Acid which help to reduce shine, clear acne breakouts and purify the skin.

    Spot Zapping Gel

    This is just like the Soap & Glory Dr Spot Clearing Gel which I really love so I’m glad I’ve found a slightly cheaper alternative to that.  This contains Witch Hazel, Tea Tree and Salicylic Acid which are great for getting rid of breakouts.

    Clear Out Nose Pore Strips

    I’ve never tried anything like this before. I’m interested in giving these a try and hoping they will help reduce my pores and clear them out. These contain Tea Tree and Witch Hazel which are great for clearing acne breakouts and keeping the skin clear as well as soothing and tightening pores.

    Clear Pore Exfoliating Daily Wash

    Which is a copy of my Clinique Anti Blemish Foaming Cleanser which unfortunately isn’t cruelty free but this has added exfoliating particles in it and helps clear out your pores. This is also suitable for daily use which is great for me as my skin needs a full on clean daily with how bad my acne is but also I want it to be gentle enough for my sensitive skin. This contains Tea Tree and Salicylic Acid also.


    Skin Clearing Facial Moisturiser £3.09
    Blackhead Fighting Facial Scrub £2.58
    Shine Control Cleansing Wipes £2.59
    Clear Pore Antibacterial Cleanser £3.19
    Spot Zapping Gel £2.04
    Clear Out Nose Pore Strips £2.24
    Clear Pore Exfoliating Daily Wash £2.74

    Have you tried any of their products before? What are your favourite cruelty free skincare brands?

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