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Made from Earth Green Tea Toxin Cleanser: Review

Updated on February 23, 2014

Not Again

It seems to be that time again. The latest Rosacea miracle wash has lost its glamor and effectiveness. You go back to phase one. That phase where you can't stand looking in the mirror and you want to hide in your room all day. So you start frantically searching the web for a new answer to help or make another appointment with your doctor. And, thus, the seemingly never ending cycle of trying to repress Rosacea resumes. To be really up front with people out there; Rosacea sucks. It is a stupid disorder that those of us who have it can only ever hope to suppress. Which is why I want to discuss another product that I bought a month ago that has been showing some improving results. I heard about this product in an article about Rosacea, and I figured, why not?

The Green Tea Toxin Cleanser

This product has green tea, honey, grapeseed oil, aloe, and many more organic ingredients that have been shown to help improve Rosacea.

"Green Tea is a base antioxidant. Our healthy cleanser is enhanced with vitamins A, B, C and E. Since it contains no chemicals, the cleanser is hypoallergenic and non-irritating for people with sensitive skin. The Aloe Vera base in the cleanser combines with Green Tea to provide an antioxidant boost to remove free radicals restoring healthier skin. This product does not contain the typical surfactant or detergent ingredient that most cleansing gels contain; it is a chemical-free gentle cleanser."

~Made From Earth

After about a month of using the Toxin Cleaner and Yes to Carrots Daily Facial Moisturizer SPF 15
After about a month of using the Toxin Cleaner and Yes to Carrots Daily Facial Moisturizer SPF 15
About Two months before I started using
About Two months before I started using


When I read about this product, I was a bit unpersuaded at first. But, I decided to give it a go ahead. Mainly because it does not have a bunch of preservatives, alcohols, and sulfates in it. All of these being very irritating to my skin.

I bought the bottle a month ago, and I do like it. I find that it works really well as a cleaners and my face does not itch or flush after I use it, also good. I have found that my skin looks healthier after I have started using this wash.

I does have an interesting smell to it. One that I have yet to decide if I particularity like or not. Since this Green Tea Cleaner is organic everything and chemical free, when you get a sniff of it, all you smell is mother nature at her best. So do not be surprised when it does not smell like roses. Not that it is a bad smell, just kinda hearty. But do not fear, once you wash it off, the smell disappears.

The best result I have seen so far is a decreasing in inflammation in my face. Unfortunately the Rosacea in my cheeks sometimes causes the area to swell a bit, but now it is a lot better.


I like it, and I will probably buy some more of it.

I believe that this is a great product for others to try as well. I hope it will help others out there that suffer from this skin disorder.


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