Lush Ltd. is a cosmetics retailer headquartered in Poole, Dorset, United Kingdom. The company was founded by Mark Constantine, a trichologist and Liz Weir, a beauty therapist. They met in a hair and beauty salon in Poole, England. A few years later, they decided to branch out and start their own business selling natural hair and beauty products.

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Toners -LUSH -Eau Roma Water

on 3/21/2019 5:47:00 AM


I like this! I live in a really hot and humid climate, and I use it after I put on my makeup, and it seems to take away some of the heat and it just feels really pleasant. I'm not sure it's an essential, but I'm happy to have it!

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Shampoo -LUSH -Karma Komba Shampoo Bar

on 3/18/2019 7:41:00 PM


First of all: anything Karma scented at lush is such a spicy, woodsy, pachuli oil scented product that calms and relaxes me every time I smell it. Karma Komba shampoo bar is no exception. When I use it the steam from my shower makes Karma Komba fill up my entire bathroom. This shampoo also has oils in it that defrizz and detangle my hair perfectly without weighing it down which is perfect because I have hard water that can cause my hair to be dry but I also have thick, straight hair that gets oily quickly. This shampoo is great for my once a week hair washing regimen. I have used other lush shampoo bars in the past but Karma Komba is my absolute favorite.

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Gels/Soaps -LUSH -Cinders Shower Gel

on 3/18/2019 4:50:00 PM


I am a fan of the Cinders bath bomb, so when the limited edition shower gel came out, I had to try it! Unfortunately, it's not the most stellar of LUSH shower products, but I did find it pleasant enough. The lovely spicey orange smell is quite mild for a LUSH product, while the intense orange colour is in keeping with the company's tendency to go extreme with the dyes (as in, can dye your washcloths). It's really thick and creamy, it actually reminds me more of the shower creams. Finally, there is some ashy/spicy powder in the mix that sinks to the bottom and seems to separate from the rest of the gel. Not sure what else to say other than I find the bath bomb a lot more exciting!

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Conditioner -LUSH -Avocado co-wash


I am convinced that those who hate this product are simply not using enough. Because it takes a lot of product to have any positive effect which makes this not a very good value. Regardless, I like it. A Lush sales associate gave me a small hunk of this about a third of an ounce and I honestly had low expectations given how much I’ve heard people gripe about this product. When I first used the product I grabbed the whole hunk (which feels similar in consistency to a lump of fatty, firm cheese left a room temperature) and tried to run my hands over it. It didn’t create a lather or build up on my hands so I felt like I was rubbing nothing on my hair. Then the darn thing slipped out of my hands and into my hot bath and by the time I retrieved it it was more of a pomade consistency. I then rubbed THIS into my hair - the entire hunk of it which was probably the size of a tablespoon of butter (sounds excessive but then again I have long hair) - starting at the roots and then combing it down to the ends. It didn’t lather so I expected my hair to look greasy. I left it in for a few minutes and was shocked that it rinsed kinda clean. When my hair dried it smelled ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE and was thick and shiny, but not weighed down. It moisturized my hair in a way that no other conditioner has done. Most conditioners feel silky soft on but don’t really do much for the hair. This moisturized and repaired my hair in an unbelievable way and I can’t get over the scent! Only reason I am giving it four stars is because it is a pain in the rear to use and it’s kinda pricey considering how much you have to use.

Overall, to use this product you need to keep a few things in mind: 1) it won’t lather so stop trying to make it lather - soften it up in your hands with warm water until it becomes a soft pomade texture and work that in slowly 2) comb it through with your fingers or an in shower brush - the most important tip of all - otherwise it will just make a mass on top of your head and 3) let it sit for a few minutes before rinsing.

For the record, I do have fine hair but a lot of it that tends to be fairly straight when well conditioned and otherwise a little wavy.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Bath Treatments -LUSH -Twilight Bath Bomb


Just like many other Lushies would say... this is one of my all-time favorite Lush products. It’s am unassuming pink bomb that really packs a punch. The moment it hits the water it releases an intoxicating, ahh-inducing fragrance of lavender and tonka (never knew what tonka was until I read the ingredients in this bomb and now I am hooked! It has sort of a honeyed vanilla, subtly floral fragrance). The bomb is pink on the outside but when it melts to the center, blue starts fizzing out. The end result is shimmery, lilac colored water that smells amazing. I also find that this bomb does more for the skin than their other bombs. It leaves the water noticeably soft and soothing.

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