Thursday, March 10, 2016
Tea Milk Skincare Review
Meg Blackett Thursday, March 10, 2016 cellulite , eye cream , face , mask , review , scrub , serum , skin care
I was recently sent a few things to try out from teamilkskincare.com and I wanted to share my thoughts with you all!
Tea Milk Skincare Focuses on using the finest ingredients found in luxury skincare products. They hand package everything with recycled materials and cut out the middle man by manufacturing their products themselves in an organic commercial kitchen using ingredients that they source directly from farmers.
First is this Coconut Tea Hydration Lotion Bar:
This helps smooth rough skin on your hands, feet, legs and elbows. I love products like this because they just melt a little with the warmth of your skin to get the product nice and smooth so that you can massage it into your skin. It doesn't have much of a scent to it, which I think makes it awesome for anyone with sensitive skin. It isn't greasy, and just soaks into your skin. I have been especially using this on my knees, which get horrible in the winter months! So far it has taken away that ashy, dry appearance and smoothed them out so I'm hoping with continued use, they will stay that way!
This is the Camellia and Rice Oil Anti-Aging Facial Serum:
It comes in a little pump bottle so that you can control how much comes out. Believe me, you do NOT need a lot of this stuff! I made the mistake of using too much the first time I tried it, and it was very greasy. You need the slightest bit and just massage it into your face and neck.
It's just a clear liquidy serum, so not much to see here. This is meant to rejuvenate, firm, and hydrate. I have been using this as an overnight serum just so I can put it on before I go to bed and let it sink in all night. It also doesn't have a scent to it.
Then we have the Pearl and Jasmine Anti-Aging Eye Cream:
This has a lotion consistency and is supposed to reduce dark circles, brighten skin, and boost collagen levels to reduce signs of aging.
This is another product you only need a bit of. It says to use a pearl sized amount around your eyes each day. This isn't greasy at all and absorbs nicely into your skin. I've been sick this week so I definitely put it to the test for the dark circles! I didn't feel like wearing much makeup so I figured I would just use this, and I definitely didn't look as ill as I normally do when I get a head cold.
This is the Matcha Sugar Anti-Cellulite Scrub:
It reminds me of a lip scrub with the look and texture. It has a light scent to it that I can't really place, but nothing overpowering.
This is supposed to increase circulation and reduce the appearance of cellulite. Now this is definitely something I'll have to use for longer than a week to see any change in cellulite appearance, but it definitely has made my skin softer on my thighs where I used it!
Last but not least we have the Matcha Clay Pore Minimizing Mask:
This is definitely my favorite out of all the products that I tried.
It's a super finely milled powder that feels insanely soft to the touch. You mix a little bit of it with enough water to make a paste, and just apply it as you normally would a face mask. You leave it on for 20 minutes, rinse with warm water, and your skin feels extremely smooth afterward. This mask draws out oils and impurities and tightens skin. I have even used it as a treatment on my nose because it really does a good job of cleaning out your pores. It actually has sort of a tea scent to it, which is kind of relaxing. The only downside is it can be a little difficult to work with, but you get used to it after you try it a couple of times. It is recommended to use it every other day for best results.
I definitely recommend checking out their products at teamilkskincare.com and try some for yourself!
*Disclaimer: These products were sent to me for review purposes. All opinions are my own.