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No Brand (DIY or homemade) Green Tea Tea-Bag Toner

Average Rating 4.4/5
95% would buy again
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Review by kisa321

rated 5 of 5 on 10/14/2012 4:57:00 PM More reviews by kisa321

Age: 18 & Under Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium, Hair: Brunette, , Eyes: Brown

I actually didn't like using green tea as a toner at all. The reason I put five stars is because green tea works absolute WONDERS for my eye bags. First I'll talk about why I don't like this as a toner: -I really don't see the point of toners in the first place but decided to try this anyway since i had green tea in my house -after I cleansed my face (with oatmeal btw. WORKS WONDERS FOR ACNE), I took a green tea bag that I had made tea with already, and just wiped it all over my face. -It felt strange, and tightening, and ended up really drying out and irritating my skin. -also, if you don't apply it carefully, you'll get clumps of green gunk in some places. o.0 so I guess this toner is best for people with more oily skin? idk. I just didn't like it because it dryed out my already dry skin, and didn't really help my acne. but anways, GREEN TEA BAGS ARE MY HOLY GRAIL FOR PUFFINESS. what I do every morning is I use two tea bags to make some tea and then freeze the tea bags for about 15 minutes. Then, I lay down with my head propped up a little, and I place the tea bags on my eyes. I leave them on my eyes for 10 minutes. listening to music can help keep track of time because each song is about 3-4 minutes so I usually listen to about 3 songs and then take the tea bags off. I have the worst bag problem that I have ever seen on anyone my age, and every time i do this tea bag treatment, my eyes are completely TRANSFORMED. best thing ever. I have tried eye creams for my bags and they didn't do shit. I have also tried black tea. it worked quite well but not nearly as well as the green tea <3.

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