Sunday, 13 July 2014

How To: Turn A LUSH Cosmetics Toner Tab Into A Facial Spray!

  Treat and clear your skin with the power of nature!

Could your skin use a little TLC? If so, then you should try this powerful yet gentle treatment of tea tree oil and aloe vera. Tea tree is known for its antibacterial and antiseptic properties, and helps to combat the bacteria that causes spots. And aloe vera is kind, cooling and wonderfully gentle on the skin. 

I've used the Tea Tree Toner Tab from LUSH many times before and I love it! I love the smell of it and I feel it really gives my pores a deep clean and it also leaves my skin feeling soft. This product is one of the many LUSH products that are vegan and of course, cruelty free. The other day I was looking on the LUSH website reading about the Tea Tree Toner Tab and I came across a great tip, so I thought I'd share it on my blog!

What You Need:
  1. One Tea Tree Toner Tab from LUSH (£1 /5g).
  2. Hot water (enough to gently steam your face).
  3. A bowl to fit your face over.
  4. A towel to drape over your head.
  5. And a spray bottle, so that you can reuse your product for a further week!
What To Do:
Drop the Tea Tree Toner Tab into a bowl of hot water (not too hot though, as you don't want to burn your face!). Then place your head over your bowl with the towel draped over your head, this will keep the steam inside the towel. You want to stay there for a few minutes, long enough to open up your pores and soak up the steam to allow the essential oils to be absorbed. After you have done this, glently pat your face dry and apply a facial mouisturiser.

How To Make Your Product Last Longer:
All you have to do is wait until your bowl of water has cooled down, then pour the mixture into a spray bottle and place it into your fridge. Now you have a cheap facial mist / toner spray that will stay fresh for another whole week!

1 comment:

  1. I love the tea tree toner tabs! I always forget that I can bottle it up afterwards and as I've ran out of my tea tree water I think I may have to do this tomorrow!

    Nice post :)