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Lush tea tree water review
I have always loved the powerful soothing intoxicating smells that seep out of lush shop .. that made me enter the shop.but ofcourse after u enter the shop its another world with colourful,fun and yummy looking stuff..!! 😀 I simply got this product only because this seemed to be the cheapest bet to try out my 1st product from lush and this toner was alcohol free. The SA sprayed it all over my face and i instantly fell in love with the smell.
Price rs 410 for 100gm
This is what the website says:-
“Popular toner for normal to oily skin.
Tea Tree water is the one we recommend for oily skin, especially if it’s leading to teenage spottiness. (Tea tree, or ti-tri as it’s called in it’s native Australia, is the most amazing multi-purpose first-aid item: scratches, spots, stings; you name it and ti-tri fixes it). Anyway, we use tea tree water in our toner to cleanse, soothe and clear blemishes. We add grapefruit water to tone and detoxify your skin and juniperberry to refresh and stimulate it, all leading to a happier, less congested state of affairs in the facial department. Juniper is said to refresh tired spirits too, so feel free to spray your face with it when you’re feeling drowsy”
Ingredients: tea tree water, grapefruit water, juniperberry water, limonene(occurs naturally in essential oils), perfume, methylparaben.
My experience:- its my 1st toner which i actually use regularly without fail and has helped me maintain a proper CTM routine ☺
I love the cute matte black spritz on bottle! 😀 although its a spray on bottle it says use on cottonwool. However i prefer spraying coz that way its more refreshing and nothing goes waste on that dam cottonwool 😛
It has a small transparent lid to cover the head but it was quite loose and i lost it . 🙁
The consistency is exactly like water.
My skin literally drinks it up.it leaves my skin as bare as if iv just washed it. It leaves no weird film that some toners and skin creams do. Toners can sometimes be a little harsh and may dry the skin but this one is very mild and a simple product. I believe that is why its called teatrea “water” and not “toner”
- I loveee the fragrance. Smells exotic of essential oils.Spas I have visited usually smell like this. And it is very very light. I usually unscrew the cap to get a strong whiff of it 😛
- It is alcohol free..! yeay!
- Very light and not at all strong. It is just the wayIi like my toners to be. ( for some people this might be a con)
- It effectively tightens my pores. *However it is temporary , because anywhichways pores can only be tackled on a temporary basis.
But this one definitely tones my skin well .I can actually feel it.
- It does my make my skin smooth and also soft to some extent.
- Does improve overall appearance of the skin. But only till the days your using it.
- Very lightly controls mild acne
- Super refreshing , comforting and hydrating.
- Good size to slip in your bag and use it in the harsh summer outdoors.
- Also it always feels good to know lush uses fresh ingredients/fruits/vegetable oils, and they use recycling principles when it comes to packaging.
- No animal ingredients or testing on animals
Cons of Lush tea tree water
- Contains methyl paraben 🙁
- It is not something that would heal or repair or dry ur acne. Although it may work little by little( i don’t know since i don’t have acne) its more of a maintenance product. Like if your skin is already healed or you plainly just an oily skinned person and who maintains ctm routine.
- It is not very easily or widely available. You can buy it only online or from the very few exclusive lush stores.
Would I buy this again?
I will keep using this till i find better alcohol free mild toner that suits oily skin ..pheww
Infact i plan to buy the economical size bigger bottle that they have.
Would I recommend to others ? yes.
Product rating : :-* :-* :-* :-* . 1 point deducted because of availability issues and for paraben in the ingredient list. (although im guessing *just guessing its used in minimal quantity)
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