Skin Care with 92 Bengals

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post by 92 Bengals.
So this week’s post is going to be a little different, here I am, sans makeup, freckle-faced and all to talk about a new skincare regime I’ve been doing! I started using tea tree oil from 92 Bengals to combat some acne issues I’ve been experiencing. 
I don’t know if any of you have this problem, but my skin needs have changed drastically as of late. Whereas last year it was uncommon for me to get breakouts, this year it’s the new norm. As such, I’ve been on the search for a good face wash that serves as an exfoliant but also gets rid of the grease and grime from my greasy, combination skin. 
This is why I was SO excited to collaborate with 92 Bengals, a fantastic distributor of essential oils. I’ve heard that tea tree oil does wonders to treat acne (more info on tea tree oil here and here as an effective combatant against acne) and when they sent me out some of their essential oils, I was so excited to try it out. The recipe I decided to try was simple and all natural. I didn’t want to spend all day in the kitchen and I certainly didn’t want to purchase a bunch of ingredients, so I opted for things I already had in my pantry! 
The recipe I made was super simple:
1 cup refined coconut oil
1/2 cup sugar
20 drops of 92 Bengal’s Tea Tree Oil

Cake walk, it took a total of 5 minutes to whip up this concoction. Now to put it to the test!

Okay, so as someone with greasy skin, I was a little freaked out when I washed off the scrub and I still felt the layer of coconut oil on my face. DO NOT PANIC! I swear, once I patted my face off with a dry towel, the greasy coconut oil feeling completely went away and left my skin feeling aaaamazing. I do not say this lightly. No joke, the only time my face has ever felt this smooth and left my pores looking so small was after a facial. PLEASE do yourself a favor and try this recipe out.

I found so many different ways to combat acne with tea tree oil guys. You can also spot-treat stubborn pimples by diluting the oil with water and applying directly to your skin with a q-tip or cotton ball. Or if you don’t feel like whipping up a recipe, simply add 92 Bengal’s tea tree oil to your current face wash! 


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  1. Thanks for the info… Love DIY treatments!!! I have used tea tree oil on a couple of occasions… Had no idea of the facial idea… Great posi!

  2. This was my first time using essential oils so I was actually surprised by the results! So glad I was able to offer a new idea!

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