Fabindia Skin Toner – Tea Tree – Review

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In recent years, one thing that has incorporated itself really well into our beauty regime is a “TONER”. Though many people still doubt if a toner is really a necessity, we choose being on the safer side by using one! 😀
I am usually fighting acne and breakouts ( Teenage Problems! 😛 ) throughout the year, so when I stumbled upon this cutie, I instantly made up my mind to possess it! 😀

I had been using it for quite some time now.. So, I guess this is the perfect time to review it for you all! 😀


Fabindia Skin Toner Tea Tree
Fabindia Tea Tree Skin Toner

DESCRIPTION ( As on the bottle): Skin Toner- Tea Tree

An alcohol free skin toner with Tea Tree oil that controls sebum and clears blemishes.


Purified water, propylene glycol, phenoxyethanol, polysorbate 20, imid urea, tea tree oil, salicylic acid, neem extract , turmeric extract.

Fabindia Skin Toner Tea Tree
Fabindia Tea Tree Skin Toner

DIRECTIONS: After washing your face and neck ,spray the skin toner onto a cotton swab and gently stroke in an upward direction. Avoid contract with eyes.


CAUTION: Patch test recommended before use. For external use only. Store in a cool place away from direct sunlight. Natural ingredients may cloud or separate, this doesn’t affect the quality or efficacy of the product.

SHELF LIFE: 3 years

COST: INR 240 for 100 ml

So, basically I chose this toner just to help me from acne and sebum ( I have a combination skin which turns really oily during Summers 🙁 )… Let us see if it did its job well!
Every day after shower, I take two sprays of this beautiful light green liquid on a cotton swab (Though the colour doesn’t show up on the swab! 😀 ) and gently apply on to my face..

Fabindia Skin Toner Tea Tree
Fabindia Tea Tree Skin Toner

(Single spray, directly on hand!)

It has a very slight fragrance of Tea Tree Oil which doesn’t linger much, once applied… Also, it gives a slight cooling effect to the skin, which is almost negligible.. as within 4-5 seconds of application, it dries up.. 😛

Now, talking about its claims!

The pack says it controls acne and sebum!

But For me, it didn’t do anything mentioned! 🙁 Although it didn’t cause breakouts or anything as such, but it couldn’t control my sebum even during the drier months! 🙁

I tried testing its efficacy by using just the toner and nothing else on my face but as usual, my T-zone become oily within an hour of washing my face. Maybe it did help a negligible bit with oil control but it didn’t help me even a bit with my breakouts! It did really nothing to control them! 🙁
I am just trying to finish this bottle so that I can shift to another one, but it’s too hard to finish it as a 100ml bottle will last you averagely a year and a half, even if used regularly! 😛

(Also read my review over Aroma Magic Aromatic Skin Toner here )



1. Affordable and will last you for ages! You can buy it from here!

2. A low to average toner. May work a bit better for dry skinned beauties.

3. Can be used to bind dry ingredients together in a DIY face pack!


1. Doesn’t control acne; Doesn’t control sebum; Does nothing that it claims.

2. If you want to finish the bottle fast like me, oh man! Do whatever you can, it won’t get empty! XD


I am never going to buy this again! A total waste of money. A below average toner. For me it failed miserably to work. 🙁

RATING: 1.75/5

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24 thoughts on “Fabindia Skin Toner – Tea Tree – Review

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  1. Love your honest review on the product. I have never heard a lot of good words about Fabindia skincare although I want to try their toners. Thanks for sharing your experience with us!

  2. I have oily skin too and fab India products have not suited me well. though my cousin sister just loved them. So I always pass my stuff to her. I thought I am the only one but thanks for this honest review. I thought I was alone in this :O

  3. Sad to know that it doesn’t controls acne and the claims it makes. My skin is normal, so I think I can just use it to bind dry items for my mask at times.

  4. Oh no! That sounds terrible. I will definitely avoid this product now that I have read your honest feedback.

  5. Tea tree is amazing for skin and is super effective. But I haven’t heard much good about fabindia products. I’m skipping this toner.

  6. I once took a Fab India Lip Balm. It was a waste of money too. The best one I have used till now is by Joy.
    From then on I have never used any other brand for lip balms, Body Moisturizer etc.

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