If your skin could use a little extra TLC, 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. Aloe vera is kind, cooling and wonderfully gentle on the skin. Drop into a bowl of hot water, releasing the steam to open pores and allow the essential oils to be absorbed.
About 3 years ago
During a minor spot crisis and a stressful day, I decided to give myself a lovely steam with one of these toner tabs. Once dropping the tab in the water, it delightfully fizzes away leaving soft and gently fragrant water. I steamed my face, applied a facemask, and washed it off with the remainder of the water. It leaves your...
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About 4 years ago
This stuff is amazing, well worth over the quid you pay for it. After steaming, I cleaned out my t for toes bottle and filled it with the left over toner water I'd created. Now I tone twice a day, in the morning after cleansing and before moisturising; secondly last thing before I get into bed. My skin feels slightly tight after using it, but I moisturise straight away slit doesn't really matter. Oh, I made the toner water, kept in the fridge for a day then left it on my dressing table for the past two weeks and it seems to smell stronger than it did when in the fridge!
About 9 months ago
When I bought this, my mom was a bit skeptical, saying "Won't steaming burn your face?"
However, after she had had a turn with steaming, she was completely bonkers over it! This is a wonderful product and is worth the small price you pay for it :) I recommend it!
3 months ago
About 3 months ago
If your skin is in need of some tlc. Then reach for one of these. Use it like you would vice vapour run. Pop it in some water to do it’s magic. Grab a towel and pop your head over the bowl. Inhale in all the healing properties. Emerge feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
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