Hey family, happy Sunday! Wait did I not say it would rain today, yesterday lool. Anyway, as promised this post will be the start of our Lush toner series. They have 6 toners in total: 3 tabs and 3 liquid. So there will be only two posts in this series but we will be looking at all the products in this range. As usual I will add prices, where to buy and where possible reviews.
Today we are looking at their toner tabs Q10, Dream steam and Tea tree. All these can be purchased online at https://www.lush.co.uk/products/toners or in store. Check their website to find out the closest store to you.
Q10 is their latest toner tab, available since the 18th of August. There are currently no reviews on this but I did find a video on how it works. It’s packed full of chamomile blue, lavender and sandalwood oils to soothe and comfort the skin. It also has aloe vera and carrageenan extract to gently soften and clarify. Its £1.25 for 7g (Which I think it’s one tab)
This is described as perfect for sensitive or dry skin. It’s made with rose absolute, chamomile blue and tea tree. £2.50 for 7g.
Packed with tea tree oil and aloe vera it’s powerful for acne prone skin. I may just pop into a Lush and get this. Its only £1 for 5g.
That’s all folks. check back soon for the toner water post. If you want to have a look at the cleanser series, everything can be found under the beauty tab.
Body Shop series officially popular! We will be carrying on with their tea tree range which is targets oily and problematic skin that is prone to blemishes and breakouts. It is also very beneficial in treating acne (which probably makes it very popular).
The Body Shop tea tree oil range has been formulated with tamanu oil extract which is also known to help generate new tissue and improve help improve the healing process of the skin.
Their full collection:
Tea tree squeaky clean scrub
Tea tree cool and creamy wash
Tea tree oil
Tea tree skin clearing foaming cleanser
Tea tree face mask
Tea tree facial toner
Tea tree cleansing wipes
Tea tree night lotion
Tea tree facial wash
Tea tree blemish gel
Tea tree skin clearing lotion
Tea tree pore minimiser
Here are some great reviews on most of the products:
Final verdict- I think it does what it says on the tube! Although I haven’t used any of the products in this range, from research it seems like it works. So what are you blemish clearing secrets/tips? Share with us below! Mine is- if I know I have a big day coming up and I have to wear a lot of makeup, I try to go bare faced for 3 days or more before, then on the morning of the day, I do a face mask to prep my skin!
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