Biotique Advanced Organics Tea Tree Skin Clearing Night Mask Review

Tea tree essential oil is a very powerful antibacterial ingredient. It is often used to treat acne and zits. When I spotted the Biotique tea tree skin clearing night mask I didn’t even think twice about picking it up. I expected the product to be a sleeping mask but the product is a cream sort. Today we will check the Biotique Tea Tree Skin Clearing Night Mask Review. Let’s see if the product actually makes the skin blemish free.

Brand Claims of Biotique Tea Tree Skin Clearing Night Mask

Wake up to a fresh, smooth, healthier-looking complexion. Formulated to keep excess oils and pore-size under control, this light-feeling, leave-on mask works wonders to recondition skin overnight.

Biotique Tea Tree Skin Clearing Night Mask Review

Ingredients not mentioned

How to use

Gently smooth over cleansed face with upward strokes at night. Use it as a night cream and don’t apply a thick layer.

Packaging, Texture and Fragrance

The product is housed in a simple white, plastic tub with a green twist up lid. The night mask also has an inner lid which prevents leakage or spillage. The product is a thick cream and has pista colour. The cream is non sticky and non oily. It doesn’t feel heavy on the skin at all. Don’t use the cream too much at one go and massage well. The fragrance of the cream is that of tea tree and is very soothing. Keeping in mind how fragrant Biotique products are this one has a non bothering and non lingering fragrance.

Biotique Tea Tree Skin Clearing Night Mask Review

My experience with Biotique Skin Clearing Night Mask

I don’t experience much of acne and under the skin bumps due to regular use of light weight moisturizers. Once in a while out of laziness I don’t wash my face at night and get an under the skin bumps immediately. 

Two weeks back I had an under the skin bump while testing another cream. I noticed the bump and put the Biotique Tea Tree Skin Clearing Night Mask to test out. I applied a little quantity all over my face at night and next day the bump reduced to half the size. Again next day I applied it in similar fashion and the bump simply vanished as if it was never at that place. It didn’t even leave a mark.

The cream gets absorbed into the skin nicely and doesn’t feel heavy if we apply in little quantity. Using more than required quantity the cream definitely feels heavy although not greasy or oily. I continued using the cream for a few more days after the bump subsided and it did increase the whiteheads on my nose. The product lacks full ingredients list on the website as well as on the product carton which might be a major problem for some people.

The product does a nice job at reducing small zits and clogged pores. If you are someone who gets cystic and big acne often then using this cream even thrice a week at night would definitely be helpful. I would recommend the Biotique Tea Tree Skin Clearing Night Mask to be used as a corrective measure to reduce acne bumps and small zits. Tea tree essential oil is amazing to treat acne and using it in DIYs may not be advisable due to dermal limits.

Price, Shelf life and Availability

290 INR for 50g with a shelf life of 3 years. Available on

Biotique Tea Tree Skin Clearing Night Mask Review

Biotique Tea Tree Skin Clearing Night Mask is a good option to tackle acne and under the skin bumps within a few days. It works nicely on my skin to reduce acne and clarify the skin. However I don’t use it everyday and only use it whenever I get an under the skin bump. Some might feel the cream is heavy especially for people who regularly use creams for their oily skin. I find it normal cream as my skin literally absorbs it nicely. It is a good product with tea tree oil. It is also recommended to use a specially formulated product with tea tree oil instead of DIYs to treat acne. The only problem with product is ingredient list is not mentioned anywhere neither on product carton nor website.


About Sonali

Sonali, is a skincare aficionado who tackles one skin problem at a time. She has been blogging at Skincare Villa since 2016 and is a Certified Formulator for making dry powder based masks and cleansers.