Fabindia Skin Toner – Tea Tree – Review

Hii Friends! ❀❀❀

Hope you all are doing great! πŸ™‚

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! πŸ˜€
I am usually fighting acne and breakouts ( Teenage Problems! πŸ˜› ) throughout the year, so when I stumbled upon this cutie, I instantly made up my mind to possess it! πŸ˜€

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

FABINDIA SKIN TONER, TEA TREE

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.

INGREDIENTS:

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.

NET QUANTITY: 100ml

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

MY TAKE ON THE PRODUCT:
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 πŸ™ )… 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! πŸ˜€ ) 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.. πŸ˜›

Now, talking about its claims!

The pack says it controls acne and sebum!

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

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! πŸ™
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! πŸ˜›

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

SUMMING DOWN PROS AND CONS:

PROS:

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

CONS:

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

FINAL TAKE:

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

RATING: 1.75/5

Hope it helps! ❀

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  1. 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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