Lush Tea Tree Toner Water

I’ve watched a few YouTube beauty videos where they’ve recommended the Lush Tea Tree Toner Water – they said it helped with their blackheads and oily skin. I’ve had an Oily T Zone for a while now & you can never turn away a product that could potentially keep black heads at bay so I popped along to my local Lush and purchased the small 100g bottle for £3.75. Which I thought was a very reasonable price. If I like it I will return to purchase the big 250g bottle for £7.00 (**Update I went back to buy the big bottle)

The lady in the store said you can keep it in the fridge if you want a nice refreshing spritz, but as I live in deepest coldest Scotland that will not be necessary as it’s too cold for that. I want to keep it in my handbag  so throughout the day I can spray it over my makeup to freshen up and keep that oily at bay. I can imagine this toner would be really nice on a flight as it can get so dry onboard.

I’ve also been using it in the morning before I put my makeup on and at night before my moisturiser. The bottle says to spray it directly onto your face or  spray on to a cotton pad first and then wipe on to your face. I prefer to spray directly on to my face, it’s so must fresher. I love to use it throughout the day too!

On the Lush website they say, Where the skin needs balancing, where there are spots, gentle tea tree is just the job.

This is a perfect description. I’ve been using this toner for a week now and love it, it’s so inexpensive and fits right in my handbag. I’ve noticed my skin is less red and have only had one small red spot (I would normally break out a lot more than that). In terms of helping with my oily skin it seems to helping with that too. So it’s really living up to its great reputation and has gained another fan in me. If you’re passing Lush I say go in and get a small bottle and give it a try. I can’t say enough good things about it!

Lush Tea Tree Toner Water

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