I used this for the first time today. I boiled water in a kettle and threw the tab into a bowl big enough to fit my face then put a towel over my head so that the steamer went directly onto my face for about 5ish minutes. This worked AMAZING for my skin. I suffer from eczema and most things I use on my face make my skin react. This tab was gentle on my skin. It cleared my skin and made it radiant and glowy. I followed up with my LUSH Breath of Fresh Air toner and usual moisturizer and I can't stop touching my face now! The price was $1.95, which is cheap but I feel that if I get addicted (which I probably will), it will start to break my bank BUT with that being said, it's cheap enough for an impulse buy so TRY IT OUT!
My LUSH story had ran out of tea tree water when I wanted to try it so I picked up some of these instead. They are very cheap at only £1.00 each and the whole concept is fun but it really didn't do much. I also tried using the water as a toner afterwards and it didn't help at all. Won't repurchase
Used today for first time ever. Made boiling water with tea kettle and poured it in large bowl. Threw in the tab and pulled a towel over my head + the bowl to seal in the steam. Didn't mind the scent, but the hot water+ingredients made it difficult to breathe during the time I was steaming.
Made my skin feel nice and seemed to open up my pores to better absorb products. Would rebuy.
I am obsessed with this stuff. I boil a small amount of water in a pan, drop this little sucker in there and hold a towel over my head for about 5-8 minutes- it really helps open up my pours and pull out all the dirt and white heads. The tab adds this minty tingly feeling to my skin, which makes it feel refreshed. I do this maybe about 2-3 times a month and I have noticed a change in the look and feel of my skin. I usually follow this up with the I LOVE LETTUCE mask from Lush and my skin has never looked better.
Love love love this! Great for oily skin like mine! I just fill a bowl with boiling water, pop the tab in and place my head over the bowl with a towel over me for about 10 minutes. Then I use a cotton pad to wipe my face removing any excess dirt/make up.
Also the women in the lush store told me that the leftover water can be used as your toner for the rest of the week which is great!
Overall, really good product. Leaves skin soft and smooth but not oily!
Also the price is quite reasonable at Â£1 per tab!
This product is great and really cheap. I pop it into a bowl of boiling water and it fizzes like a bath bomb. The scent is fruity, tropical and nice. I can also put in a bottle and use as a toner for weeks. It really steamed my face and opened up my pores. Great product and so cheap!
I think this product is great! First, i boilded water and poured it into a bowl and plopped this toner tab in. It fizzed away in about 1 minute but because of the hot steam from the water it brought all of the "goodness" up to my face. Before i tried this i could feel a really big pimple that was coming out of my chin, it wasnt completely at the surface of my skin but i could feel it coming. I knew there was no way to get rid of it but after this and then continuing to use the water afterwards the pimple went away in about 3 days! which brings me to another awesome thing about this toner tab and that is that you can save the water for up to about 2 weeks and use it as a regular toner! AMAZING. Will be buying this product again in a heartbeat
I have sensitive, acne-prone combination skin. I tried a couple of these toner tabs earlier this year. I already use the Tea Tree toner water from Lush.
This is a waste of $2. It fizzes, it makes a nice-scented steam, and that's about it, just like the others have pointed out. I popped it in a bowl, put a towel over my head / the bowl, and stayed there for 5-7 minutes, which wasn't exactly comfortable or relaxing. I used this hoping it would help blackheads in my nose/inner cheeks, but it didn't affect them at all, or even create any other noticeable difference. Save your $2 for something else.
$1.95 for 10 seconds of fizzing?! Not really sure it did anything...if it did, I couldn't tell. I'll just stick with my Tea Tree Water.