White Witch Rock Rose Toner with Green Tea



We love this Toner from White Witch - an organic dry blend of whole green gunpowder tea leaves, whole rose buds from damask roses, and the rubbed leaves of the cystus incanus herb it truly delivers the ultimate skin care experience!


This dry blend can be brewed into a skin hydrating and purifying toner. Use the toner to blend face masks, mix with equal parts witch hazel to make a makeup remover, and spritz or splash on as a pore refining, antioxidant toner.

Place one sachet into a clean, heatproof jug or bowl. Boil 150ml of water and pour over the sachet. Stir and then cover the jug, letting the sachet infuse the water for at least 15 minutes or until cool. Squeeze the sachet into the jug using the back of a clean spoon. Discard used sachet in compost heap or empty herbs into the soil as fertiliser and discard sachet. Pour activated facial toner into a clean bottle and store. Keeps in fridge for one week.


Each pack contains 3 sachets.


Organic Rockrose (cistus incanus), Organic Rose Petals (Rosa Damascena), Whole green gunpowder tea leaves (Cameelia Sinesis), Sea Moss (Chondrus Crispus) Organic Damask Rose Buds:


Rose petals are a very rich source of vitamin A, C & E which can help hydrate and tighten the skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and dark circles. Roses contain anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, making this delicious herbal tea an ideal home cure for various skin conditions including, acne.

Rockrose - Cistus incanus herb is rich in bioflavonoids and polyphenols. It's used externally to cleanse the skin and ameliorates eczema, acne, and psoriasis.

Sea Moss - Chondrus Crispus - being rich in sulfur, it has antibacterial, antiviral and antimicrobial functions, so is believed to help with balancing the skin microbiome.

Whole green gunpowder tea leaves - Cameelia Sinesis - Green tea extract is included to provide antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits, which may help to soothe and calm the skin while also providing protection against collagen degradation and skin discoloration.