This organic hand soap made from tea tree oil (Melaleuca) is ideal for adults suffering from acne and / or facial rosacea. In addition, if you have ocular involvement of rosacea or blepharitis, this soap can help you a lot.
People with rosacea, acne or blepharitis have often tried several products with little tangible results. Melaleuca oil-based facial soap Heyedrate has been designed to remedy this situation.
This facial soap made from tea tree oil can be useful in the following cases:
- Acne and Rosacea
- Dry Eyes
- Eliminate Demodex mites
- Meibomian Glands dysfunction
- Dermatological inflammation of the face
- To increase the comfort of wearing contact lenses
This soap helps fight bacteria on the eyelids …. and everywhere else!
Tea tree oil (Melaleuca) kills microorganisms, neutralizes inflammation and prevents the reproduction of Demodex mites on the eyelashes. This product contains organic green tea, organic olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter and tea tree essential oils.
Organic, vegan, natural support for your skin
No alcohol, no parabens, no sulphates and no preservatives. This innovative facial cleanser is ideal for fighting acne and soft for the delicate skin of your eyelids.
Relief of itching, dryness and inflammation of the skin
This natural formula is a remedy for blepharitis, itchy eyelids, dry eyes, dry skin, acne, rosacea, eczema and many other skin conditions.
Made by hand with Melaleuca oil and natural green tea
Tea tree oil (Melaleuca) is a proven treatment for acne and rosacea without the use of chemicals such as benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid. This soap is effective but gentle enough for everyday use.
What are Demodex mites?
- A parasite that lives in the eyelashes
- This parasite can cause dryness, redness and itchy eyes
- It is also responsible for several cases of drought, redness and itching of the eyelids (Blepharitis to Demodex)
- They end up on the skin of almost 100% of the adult population
- The Melaleuca oil contained in this soap kills Demodex, neutralizes inflammation and prevents the reproduction of this parasite on the eyelashes.
Wet your face and hands with lukewarm water. Rub the soap into your hands and gently massage the skin of the face taking care to make small circles including closed eyelids. Rinse and dry with a clean towel. Repeat morning and evening for best results. Avoid getting soap into your eyes as tea tree oil can be irritating to the eyeball. In case of contact, rinse thoroughly with water.
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