Saturday, 15 September 2012

LUSH Tea Tree Water Toner - Reviewed!

When the weather is warm I love reaching for a toner which is in a spray bottle, I find them so much more refreshing than a normal toner and they really do help to make my skin feel more awake. 
 As with all Lush products the packaging is black with white writing. The toner does come in two
different sizes, 100g or 250g meaning you can easily get a smaller bottle if you're going travelling. I have the 100g bottle and it has lasted me surprisingly well because you don't need a lot of product.
The toner itself is meant for normal to oily skin and as the name says includes tea tree which is known to help with oily skin and blemishes.When using it I just spritz some on my face and let it sink in before apply my moisturiser. I've been using the product for a while and I haven't noticed that much help with oil control but it does help my skin to feel refreshed and the tea tree is really calming on blemishes and doesn't aggravate them. I've also used this with a balm cleanser when removing make-up and it worked really well.

I haven't noticed anything amazing with the products but it is very pleasant to use. If you looking for a toner that will make my skin feel fresh and clean whilst only including natural ingredients I would definitely recommend it. 

LUSH Tea Tree Water Toner retails for £3.95 for 100g or £7.25 for 250g.

Have you tried this?

4 comments:

  1. Toners in spray bottles are always so nice, I definitely agree :)

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  2. I like toners in bottles a lot, especially when it's summer! But a while ago I heard that toners in spray-bottles dry out you skin quite a lot, I can't really remember why but I kinda stopped using sprays for my face after that. :) I still love them though!
    Fee xx

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    1. I haven't found that but I guess you good spray the product onto a cotton pad and use it that way :)

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