Tea Tree Toner Water, £3.75 for 100g:
I've never been a fan of toners, but something tempted me to try this: "Comes to the aid of skin that has emergencies. Tea tree is a wonder antibacterial, antiseptic and antimicrobal ingredient for anyone with oily or spot prone skin". Oily? Spot prone? Thats me all right.
Mask of Magnaminty, £8.25 for 315g:
As much as I love the Fresh Face Masks, I hate that they have to be used up so quickly. So I jumped in at the deep end and bought a huge pot of this mask (it also comes in a smaller size). Its green in colour, and minty so it makes your face tingle. It definitely tightens up quite a bit, and cracks if you've got a big grin on your face! Its really nice though and seems to be doing a good job of fighting my spots!
|Me in Mask of Magnaminty!|
Believe it or not, I got this for nothing! The girl behind the counter asked which of the Fresh Face Masks was my favourite, and told me I could have Cupcake for free because they had been taken off the shelves because they were nearing their sell-by date! It still has two weeks of use left, I'm well chuffed! I love this chocolately face mask, its great for fighting my oily spotty skin.
Tea Tree Toner Tabs, 80p each:
I have yet to try these, but I've tried Lush's 'Dream Steam' toner tab before and enjoyed it, but at £2.50 it seemed a bit pricey for something you only use once. At 80p each, I got two of these. They're designed to be dropped into a bowl of hot water and keep your face over it. You can then use the water to cleanse your face, or I've even heard of people bottling the water and using it as a toner!
Sea Vegetable Soap, price depends on weight:
I should have taken this out of the wrapper to show you, because its the most beautiful turquoise colour (I'll leave a photo underneath). It contains seaweed, and smells just like my favourite Lush shower jellie 'Whoosh', very refreshing and great for making you feel better when you're super tired!
I hope you enjoyed seeing what I got from Lush! I'm really enjoying trying more of their products, any recommendations?
I'll have more posts soon, including a Kate Moss Rimmel Lipstick review, an Illamasqua haul and possibly a MAC haul! xx