Hey family, how are y’all doing?? It’s almost the end of the summer, its been raining here and everything! Anyway let the Fall come with all the pretty cool toned colours
Back to our Lush cleansers series. Today we will be looking at two others from the collection. Make sure you have a look around my blog to check out what we have looked at so far. Lets get into this post
From the list of ingredients, it looks like it will be suitable for sensitive skin (But please check in store first). It is packed with gentle skin loving ingredients e.g. calamine, lavender and essential oils. It works well thoroughly cleanse the skin and keep acne at bay. Its £4.95 for 100g. Let’ s see what people say about it
I am buying this one soon so I will be able to bring you a review. I love the ingredients in this soap: charcoal, rose wood oil which works to clear your skin. It’s £4.95 for 100g
That’s all for now! Please let me know if you have these cleansers or any others from LUSH. Which ones are your fav and will recommend? See you soon for the next piece! For more info on LUSH including their products and where to buy, please visit their website>> https://www.lush.co.uk/
Good morning wonderful people! (Or good night or afternoon depending on what time you read this! It’s currently 5.24am here in the UK). Looking at the feedback I got from the Body Shop skincare series (look around my blog for them), I decided to start another skincare series, this time featuring LUSH cosmetics!
They have a lot of goodies for us, so it will be a long one! We will be starting off with their cleansers and each post will focus on two. As usual, I will add reviews and where to purchase! Sounds good? Well let’s get started! Today, we are focusing on cup o’ coffee and ultrabland.
Cup o’ coffee
Unfortunately this is exclusive is to London Oxford Lush store (I am not sure if you can get this abroad and you can’t purchase online! Bummer!). I couldn’t even find the price or any info on it L. But I did get a review/ demo (yay), so let’s check it out
Ultra-bland is a simple yet effective cleansers that removes all makeup and dirt without stripping your skin. It’s made with almond oil, rose water, beeswax and honey. It doesn’t say what type of skin it specifically targets however from my research, most of the people that used it and really liked it had either acne prone or oily skin. Please do your research or pop in store for more details. It’s £7.25 for 45g. Here are some videos to check out
That’s it for our 1st post in the LUSH cleansers series! I hope you enjoyed it. Please let me know if you have these cleansers or any others from LUSH. Which ones are your fav and will recommend? See you soon for the next piece! For more info on LUSH including their products and where to buy, please visit their website>> https://www.lush.co.uk/
I apologise for the black lines across the videos, its never happened before and I don’t know what is causing it!
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