I will start this post off by saying that there is a misconception that women have to use women product and men have to use men products. This may be true for some stuff but not for all. This misconception is why I wanted to try out and review dollar shave club. So let's get started.
This post is catered to people who have been on multiple futile skincare journeys, who have had their fair share of disappointment with their skincare routine, hyped-up products, tea tree oil, jojoba oil, aloe vera gel, fragrance-free skincare etc. that don’t work
Misogyny. Even the sound of it is unpleasant when you say it. However, you can’t fully imagine how unpleasant this word really is until you have experienced the type of situations where it is applied. Here I will be sharing examples of what it’s like for a woman to work in a misogynistic business based off of situations I have experienced, or witnessed. As you read I Would appreciate it if you would respect that these are real situations that have happened to real women, and not to belittle or dismiss them.
Tea tree essential oil is more generally referred to as Melaleuca Alternifolia. The native Australian plant has other impressive characteristics, as its leaves contain 100% antiseptic, fungicide, and light solvent when compressed and distilled. The Tea Tree Essential Oil releases terpinen-4-ol, which makes it antibacterial and antifungal when it is grounded. The entirely natural drug has a number of applications, some of which include: medical reasons, skin treatment, hair protection, and scratching from insect bites and stings. Of note, many other uses of tea tree oil are also being found. Any of these more current studies involve tea tree oil that aids with ulcers in the mouth, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, exhaustion, respiratory infections, improving the immune system and the female reproductive system, lice, gingivitis, and female vaginal issues.