Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Chamuel Tea Tree Balm Keeps My Chapped Skin At Bay! #chamuelteatreebalm {Giveaway}

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Chamuel Tea Tree Balm Keeps My Chapped Skin At Bay! #chamuelteatreebalm {Giveaway}

*Disclosure- I received the mentioned product courtesy of the sponsor for the purpose of this review. All opinions are genuine, based on my experience with the product, and have not been influenced by promotional items. This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my policy tab for more information.

I've mentioned a time or two here my love for essential oils. I have been using them for the past few years and think they do wonders for natural healing. Tea Tree Oil is one of my favorites, and since it's considered the "jack of all trades" of the essential oil family, we use it frequently in our household. Tea Tree Oil is a great topical antiseptic and has infection-reducing benefits, so it great to use on rashes, burns, small cuts and scrapes, and even in your shampoo to treat dandruff! Even though I am 35, I still get the occasional pimple on my face, and find Tea Tree Oil amazing at zapping it down quickly. What I don't find amazing is the smell of the oil though. I used a dab before bed and the smell was so strong, it woke my husband up. He said, "You smell mediciney! Pee-yew!" How's that for an ego boost? So, I try to only use it when I am going to be at home away from others.

Recently I stumbled on Chamuel Tea Tree Balm.



I was pretty interested in this product because I loved the idea of getting tea tree oil in balm form. What really piqued my interest was it claimed it had a fresh, clean citrus scent. Getting the benefits of tea tree oil without the stinky scent? I'll bite!

Chamuel Tea Tree Balm is made with 100% Green Tea, Tea Tree Oil, Lavender Oil, Lemon Oil, Peppermint Oil, Beeswax, Safflower Seed Oil, Olive Oil, Jojoba Oil, and Wheatgerm.  It can be applied to different areas of the body for various purposes and treatments:

• Great for dry/cracked heels, elbows and hands
• Use as a foot balm for sweaty, smelly feet
• Relief from sore muscles, scratches and small sores
• Relieves itching caused from insect bites
• Use on razor burn and sensitive skin from waxing
• Moisturizes cuticles and chapped lips

I have been using the balm frequently on my dry hands. We are in the middle of a basement renovation, and anyone who's done renovating before, knows that drywall work will zap the moisture right out of your hands, leaving them dry, cracked and itchy. The balm has worked wonders at soothing and replenishing moisture to the skin. I love that it goes on light, is not greasy, and best of all, it did hold up to its promise that it didn't have an over-powering scent. The fragrance really is light, clean and citrus smelling. It does come in a cute little tin that is perfect for your handbag or pocket, so it's easy to take on the go.


Since it contains no harsh chemicals, parabens, fragrances or artificial ingredients, it is perfect for all ages and skin types!

Chamuel Tea Tree Balm is available on Amazon for $16.97, but if you use the code MIXEDNUT at checkout, you can save 20% off the purchase price! Coupon code is good through 4/30/15.

If you would like to learn more about Chamuel Tea Tree Balm, or any of the other fabulous Chamuel products, be sure to visit their website, as well as follow along with them on Facebook.

*The information does not replace medical advice. Therese statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease


WIN IT!

Two (2) lucky Theresa's Mixed Nuts readers are going to each win a Chamuel Tea Tree Balm!

The giveaway is open to legal residents of the U.S.  No P.O. Boxes will be accepted. The giveaway will run through 3/24. Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be selected.

*All entries are verified. Please make sure you are following all task guidelines you claim entries for. Failure to do so will result in all of your entries being removed from the giveaway form.


 


How do you like to use tea tree oil?


36 comments:

  1. Sounds like a good way to keep the cracks away haha

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  2. My skin is a MESS. This winter has been tough on me, so I think I need to try this :)

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  3. I work REALLY hard with my hands - such is the trade of a seamstress. Having some of this balm in the sewing room would really soothe me after work!

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  4. That looks wonderful. I have a terrible time keeping my hands moisturized, and this stuff looks really great.

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  5. Winter appears to be disappearing quickly, but not so the dry skin. What a great suggestion to take care of the cracks.

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  6. What a great product. My hands stay extra dry all winter, I need to try this. Thanks for the coupon code.

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  7. This looks like a really great product! I will have to look for it the next time I go to the store.

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  8. My skin is very dry so this would be great to use. I need to look into it as I'm sure it would work wonders for me.

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  9. I'd try it on Mica's odd eczema spots. He gets them every so often.

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  10. This looks like a great balm. I don't have any obvious skin blemishes, but I'd certainly like to keep it that way.

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  11. I would love to use this on my dry hands and feet! I am a nurse and a mom. I have such dry, cracked hands!

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  12. I love essential oils, and I agree that Tee Tree is great but I can't handle the smell. I'm SO EXCITED to try this balm, and I entered the giveaway! Thanks!

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  13. Wow this oil sounds like it works wonders. I could use it anytime I got north to visit my family!

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  14. I love the smell of Tea Tree Oil. I will have to try these products out. Tea Tree Oil is amazing for so many things.

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  15. My hands get horrible in the winter, but... I would probably save this for summer to keep the bugs away. I use tea tree oil often.

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  16. I wear flip flops year around and suffer from dry heels because of it, despite frequent pedicures. Living in the dry Las Vegas desert does not help either. This tea tree balm sounds like a perfect solution!

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  17. It is flip flop season so I need to get my feet in shape. I use a pumice stone everyday in the shower but need a little extra tlc on my heels.

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  18. That looks like a great product. I suffer with dry everything in the winter and could use this product FOR SURE!

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  19. We could that in our house. My daughter and I are always scratching or bumping into something.

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  20. This sounds great to have around all year. I have not heard of it.

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  21. I've hear a lot about tea tree lately. This balm sounds perfect for chapped skin!

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  22. Sounds like great stuff! My winter skin could most definitely use some of this. I will have to check it out!

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  23. looks like a great product...winter really rob my skin..I really need stuff like this..

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  24. The oils in there sound amazing. I'd like to try the balm, but I'm also curious to see how it would work on hubby's hands. He uses them at work all day, every day and they really take a beating.

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  25. Would love this balm for my feet and elbows - I definitely get the cracked skin alot, and it is so NOT attractive! Thanks for sharing!

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  26. Sounds like a perfect winter skin solution. I would love this for my summertime feet.

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  27. I would use the Chamuel Tea Tree Balm for insect bites.

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  28. I would use the Chamuel Tea Tree Balm for my heals....I need to get my feet sandal ready

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  29. I would use it for my cracked heels and my dry hands

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  30. I would try it one my feet. They need some help.

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  31. I would love to win and use this Chamuel Tea Tree Oil Balm for my dry hands!
    Thank You for the chance

    Fiona N

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  32. I would use it for sore muscles which I suffer from and share it with my husband who suffers from them as well.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  33. I would use it for my sore shoulder muscles which I struggle with daily.

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  34. My husband just started a new job that requires him to use muscles he has not used very often and he is very sore. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  35. This is really a wonderful post.

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Thanks for your comments! I appreciate every one of them :)

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