Lush Vit E Toner Tab Reviews
Product Type: Lush body care
Description:Brand: Lush / Type: Toner / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... it can do for my skin. So, in went the half a toner tab and it fizzed up like a Lush bath bomb, with a slight white, talcy ... more
Customer Lush Vit E Toner Tab Reviews (11)
by - written on 17/11/08 (Very useful, 330 readings)
Toner tabs are a very recent addition to the Lush skincare range. I read a review (on Dooyoo of course) about these and added one to the shopping list in my head to buy next time I visited a Lush store. The other week when I bought my Christmas Kisses bubble bar and all my other Christmassy products I am yet to review, I was leaving the store and then remembered my toner tabs! I knew they were round little coin shaped effervescent things but couldn't see them anywhere, in the end I found them right on the bottom shelf under the other skincare. There were 3 types to choose from; Tea Tree, Vitamin C and Vitamin E. The Tea tree one is for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Why is when you step into Lush you can't leave without buying something, anything, to take home and indulge yourself in? I'd originally gone in to investigate a few ideas I was having about a new skin care routine when I came across these funny looking little tablets. About the size of a £2 coin and 3 times the thickness, at 75p a pop I had nothing to lose. It promises to keep everyone's skin balanced and lovely, with lavender essential oil to keep your skin smooth, and its omega 3 oil and vitamin E revive tired faces. It sounded like a great little SOS addition to my skin care regime so home it came with me. I do love a good face steaming don't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/11 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Having to buy these in bigger packages, I would probably not even think of them. But as you can buy as little as one tab at the time for more than reasonable 75p, you just throw one in your basket when passing by without considering how much you really need it. And that's exactly how I first tried Lush E Toner Tab. As many natural Lush products, Toner tabs have no packaging, you just take a usual small yellow paper bag and fill it with Toner tabs of desired amount. If you'd like to know the ingredients or other information, do not hesitate to ask staff in store, they are always very helpful and have a good knowledge about Lush products, or have a look at Lush ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/10, updated on 14/07/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Lush Vit E Toner Tab I have combination skin and occasionally I have bad eczema flare ups but these are usually rare. But the past week my eczema has been quite bad and I ordered one of these in my last order from the lush UK site (which is really easy and convenient), so I thought it may be make skin less oily and to try to calm down my skin. And it really did! I have a facial steamer/sauna but it does not do much for my skin and it is a bit annoying to use. So these are a great alternative to a specific facial steamer and they are so much more easier and they smell nice too. There are various different toner tab that lush makes, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/09 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I popped into Lush today and noticed that they were doing a Freshers' Box for £10,including 8 products, some full-size and some trial-size. I'm a fresher (well, sort of) and this seemed like a good bargain, so I went ahead. One of the products included in the pack was a Vitamin E toner tab. Now I have never used toner tabs before, being rather confused about how they work. But the nice shop assistant explained how to use them. I decided to give it a go straight away: lots of late, alcohol-fuelled nights plus the beginnings of what seems to be freshers' flu has made me feel quite run down and my skin isn't looking as good as normal. I hoped that this toner tab ... Read the complete review
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