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ISNTREE Green Tea Fresh Toner 20ml

by Isntree
₱170.00
Availability: translation missing: en.general.icons.icon_check_circle icon 8 in stock, ready to be shipped
Why We Love It

Look at the ingredients list and you'll find that 80% of it is bolded. That's because this toner is filled with organic ingredients that will do only good to your skin. The best part is that the most abundant ingredient is a high quality green tea extract. If you aren't obsessed with green tea yet, then now's the time to love it's antioxidantanti-irritant, healing and anti-acne properties. It also contains a complex that helps control excessive sebum production which is great for those prone to breakouts. 

20 mL / 0.67 fl.oz

The Clean Screen
    • No Parabens 
    • No Mineral Oil 
    • No Artificial / Synthetic Dye 
    • No Triethanolamine 
    • No Additives 
    • No Alcohol 
    • No Silicones 
    • No Artificial Fragrance 
    • No Irritant Essential Oils
    • No Sodium Laureth Sulfates
Best For
    • Oily 
    • Acne-Prone
    • Sensitive 
    • Dehydrated
Ingredients
Camellia Sinensis Leaf (Green Tea) Extract (antioxidant), Water, Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract, Centella Asiatica Extract (healing), Salix Alba (Willow) Bark Extract (BHA), Vaccinium Angustifolium (Blueberry) Fruit Extract, Pinus Palustris Leaf Extract, Ulmus Davidiana Root Extract, Oenothera Biennis (Evening Primrose) Flower Extract, Pueraria Lobata Root Extract, Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid (hydrating), Beta-Glucan (hydrating), Allantoin (soothing and softening), Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate, Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP Copolymer, Disodium EDTA, Hydroxyacetophenone
 How To Use
  1. After cleansing spread a few drops of the toner onto a cotton pad. 
  2. Wipe skin with cotton pad across the face and tap to let product be absorbed

 

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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M.C.L.
My Skin Break must have!

This is not really something I’d use daily but, whenever I want to take a break from exfoliation, whitening or retinoids, I find myself home with this. This is like having a cup of green tea while relaxing before you sleep! Soothing!

C
C.
Best toner, so far.

Out of my latest haul from seekspace, this product is my favourite. I love the scent and the consistency of this toner. I am a fan of green tea (from soap and shampoo to face masks) and definitely happy to find a toner with a great concentration of green tea. I substitute this with my BHA Clear skin toner and AHA 8% toner. I didn't experience any irritation, breakout/purge, or skin sensitivity maybe because my former toner is Centella-based. I'll definitely order again!

Y
Y.
Favorite

my favorite chill toner! whenever i feel like my skin needs to rest from my chemical exfoliators (aha and bha toners).

E
E.D.R.
Not Recommended for People with Dry-Sensitive Skin, Eczema, and Rosacea

I bought this from Shopee during Flash Sale because almost everyone who's into skincare were raving about it, the ingredient list is great and I got swayed by it's soothing and moisturizing ingredients. I have a combination dry sensitive skin and have mild rosacea on my cheeks so I was thinking this toner might "soothe" and "moisturize" my skin.

I use it without cotton pads. I just pat a few drops on my face with the palms of my hands. The consistency of this product is watery, like steeped tea. When I started using it, it stung my face and my cheeks turn red for a few minutes (I patch test this before applying it on my face and it didn't irritate my skin). I didn't know why it irritated my skin. I searched on product reviews on different websites if someone had the same experience as mine, and I found a few, some are worse. So I read the ingredients list again thoroughly thru incidecoder and probably found the culprit: Salix alba bark extract.

White Willow (Salix alba) bark extract, the fifth ingredient of this toner, is known to have an organic compound called 'salicin' which is related to salicylic acid. Salicin can also be converted to salicylic acid through a complex metabolic process. It can be a natural alternative to salicylic acid though further research is needed on its effectiveness. So why Salix alba might be the culprit? According to Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) via PubChem's website, salicin can cause allergic skin reaction (sensitization, skin) and because most if its ingredients are also sebum-regulating (green tea the main ingredient is a sebum-regulator), I would not recommended this toner for people with dry-sensitive skin, eczema and rosacea as it could make it worse. I would probably recommend this for someone with acne-prone, oily skin.

Despite slightly irritating my skin, I still use it 1-3x every other week when my hormonal acne pops-out because it actually helped lessened my breakouts and it declogged my pores. The scent is strong that I don't use it when I have a cold because I sneeze whenever I smell it. I don't use either physical or chemical exfoliants, so I am actually using this as my exfoliant. It's so weird that I purchased this product to help me soothe and moisturize my skin but it ended up being an anti-acne exfoliant.

Would I repurchase? Maybe? I actually wanted to try other milder chemical exfoliants like LHA or PHA toners. If neither of the two works, I might repurchase the 20ml because 200ml might be too much for me.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
75%
(3)
25%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
M
M.C.L.
My Skin Break must have!

This is not really something I’d use daily but, whenever I want to take a break from exfoliation, whitening or retinoids, I find myself home with this. This is like having a cup of green tea while relaxing before you sleep! Soothing!

C
C.
Best toner, so far.

Out of my latest haul from seekspace, this product is my favourite. I love the scent and the consistency of this toner. I am a fan of green tea (from soap and shampoo to face masks) and definitely happy to find a toner with a great concentration of green tea. I substitute this with my BHA Clear skin toner and AHA 8% toner. I didn't experience any irritation, breakout/purge, or skin sensitivity maybe because my former toner is Centella-based. I'll definitely order again!

Y
Y.
Favorite

my favorite chill toner! whenever i feel like my skin needs to rest from my chemical exfoliators (aha and bha toners).

E
E.D.R.
Not Recommended for People with Dry-Sensitive Skin, Eczema, and Rosacea

I bought this from Shopee during Flash Sale because almost everyone who's into skincare were raving about it, the ingredient list is great and I got swayed by it's soothing and moisturizing ingredients. I have a combination dry sensitive skin and have mild rosacea on my cheeks so I was thinking this toner might "soothe" and "moisturize" my skin.

I use it without cotton pads. I just pat a few drops on my face with the palms of my hands. The consistency of this product is watery, like steeped tea. When I started using it, it stung my face and my cheeks turn red for a few minutes (I patch test this before applying it on my face and it didn't irritate my skin). I didn't know why it irritated my skin. I searched on product reviews on different websites if someone had the same experience as mine, and I found a few, some are worse. So I read the ingredients list again thoroughly thru incidecoder and probably found the culprit: Salix alba bark extract.

White Willow (Salix alba) bark extract, the fifth ingredient of this toner, is known to have an organic compound called 'salicin' which is related to salicylic acid. Salicin can also be converted to salicylic acid through a complex metabolic process. It can be a natural alternative to salicylic acid though further research is needed on its effectiveness. So why Salix alba might be the culprit? According to Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) via PubChem's website, salicin can cause allergic skin reaction (sensitization, skin) and because most if its ingredients are also sebum-regulating (green tea the main ingredient is a sebum-regulator), I would not recommended this toner for people with dry-sensitive skin, eczema and rosacea as it could make it worse. I would probably recommend this for someone with acne-prone, oily skin.

Despite slightly irritating my skin, I still use it 1-3x every other week when my hormonal acne pops-out because it actually helped lessened my breakouts and it declogged my pores. The scent is strong that I don't use it when I have a cold because I sneeze whenever I smell it. I don't use either physical or chemical exfoliants, so I am actually using this as my exfoliant. It's so weird that I purchased this product to help me soothe and moisturize my skin but it ended up being an anti-acne exfoliant.

Would I repurchase? Maybe? I actually wanted to try other milder chemical exfoliants like LHA or PHA toners. If neither of the two works, I might repurchase the 20ml because 200ml might be too much for me.