Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Sample review: The Face Shop Baby Leaf Green Tea Waterfull Serum

Is anyone else attracted to green tea as an ingredient in their skincare? Green tea in a serum is a double whammy; I love green tea and I love serums. I was really happy to try out a few packets of The Face Shop's Baby Leaf Green Tea Waterfull Serum.

What They Say: A serum containing young Green Tea Leaf extracts fully moisturises skin.

- Moisture complex (Xanthan gum + Betain + Gylcerin)

- Panthenol (anti-inflammatory, moisturizing)

- 3,000mg of organically grown Boseong green tea extract

- "5 free" system (artificial coloring, benzophenone, minerals,

 animal derived materials, alcohol)

How To Use: I could not locate any official instructions, but as a rule of thumb, serums are patted onto the skin after using a toner.

Contents: 1ml/ 0.03 fl. oz. I used around eight packets (four days worth).

This serum had such a light refreshing scent! It came out in a
light green, clear colour. Whilst I felt that the serum was sufficiently moisturising for my dry skin, it also broke me out on my forehead in a few painful bumps. I don't think this serum is for me, which is quite unfortunate. I can't particularly pinpoint the reasons why that is, but I'm glad I at least got to try this serum.

/ 5


  1. what a pitty is not for you :( looks like a nice product, thanks for the review :3 Love you blog.

    1. Yeah, such a shame, but skincare really depends on the person.Thank you for commenting >w<