LUSH Tea Tree Water Toner Review


Hi Everyone! Welcome to the first day of my “Seven Days of Skincare” installment. I’m 32 years old and really happy with the condition of my skin, so I thought I would share some in-depth reviews of products I love, starting with LUSH Tea Tree Water toner. I have been using this for a couple of months now, and purchased it in mid-October.


Oily, dull, tired and spotty skin brightens up with a routine spritz of Tea Tree Water. Antibacterial tea tree, juniperberry and grapefruit waters keep skin clear of blemishes and balance skin tone. Light and refreshing Tea Tree Water reduces redness and clears excess oil without drying so you can put your best face forward.

I’m not particularly oily, but on occasion have some oil in the T-zone area. I am prone to some hereditary redness in my cheeks. What I really love about this toner is how gentle it is! I’ve used some tea tree products that left an intense “stinging” behind. This toner does not do that at all, so it would be great for someone with sensitive skin.


I spray this all over my face and press it into my skin with a cotton round. I use the Tea Tree Water toner in the morning and have noticed a difference in my skin, as has less redness now and is more even. If you aren’t a fan of the tea tree scent, this isn’t particularly strong. It has a slight medicinal scent the way other tea tree products do, but when I spray it onto my face it isn’t cloying and it fades quickly.

LUSH Tea Tree Water is definitely something I’m going to repurchase in the future. The 3.3 ounce bottle is $10, and the 8.4 ounce bottle is $22, so you have the option to make a minimal investment.

What are your favorite toners?

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