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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Cleansers -LUSH -9 to 5

on 9/22/2018 4:35:00 AM


I've been searching for a new cleanser ever since my HG got discontinued and this was the latest one I got.

I tend to double cleanse my face, first with some sort of oil cleanser, before using a second cleanser to make sure all the makeup is gone. The cleanser leaves like a filmy texture behind which is unusual but not 100% unpleasant. I really do like the smell though, it's very nice and sweet.

Still wouldn't repurchase because it costs almost $40 in my country and that is way too much.

Scrubs -LUSH -Ocean Salt Face & Body Scrub


Tl;dr: I’ve never been more disappointed in a product in my life. I decided to “treat myself” to the full-size jar of Ocean Salt last Christmas. My eyes watered a bit at the *absurd* price ($43 after tax - get over yourself, Lush), but I thought “yoloooo!” and decided to go for it anyway. I ended up HATING everything about it. For one thing, the smell was disgusting - it literally smelled like a margarita, as another reviewer pointed out. Not like some Bath & Body Works “margarita” type scent, but like an actual margarita filled with alcohol. I love a good margarita, but bathing with one? Utterly disgusting. I also found the scrub to be extremely drying and a little too irritating for my actually stung some areas. I noticed that it left a bit of a weird film when I rinsed it off, which was kind of icky. Oh, and one other thing, it looked NOTHING like the pictures on the Lush website. No fluffy, ocean-blue scrub for me - I got a weird, gray-green pasty mixture that certainly smelled like the vodka in Ocean Salt (and was labeled Ocean Salt), but it wasn’t what I expected. I make a way better body scrub at home for less than 1/10 the cost of this crap. Seriously, look at the ingredients list! There is nothing in Ocean Salt that makes it better than any other salt-based scrub on the market, and some ingredients actually make it worse (like vodka, which is a drying alcohol). It’s just a basic salt scrub. I’ve created exact dupes of other Lush products at home, right down to the texture, color, and scent, so I’m positive I can come up with a better version of Ocean Salt. It took me ages to finally use up my jar of Ocean Salt, and I disliked it every minute I used it. Total fail.

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Skincare - Body -LUSH -Each Peach Massage Bar

on 9/19/2018 8:46:00 AM


I love Lush massage bass but it has been a while since I have owned one. I decided to purchase Each Peach as I really wanted something fresh and citrusy but still with intensive moisture. I don’t really use this for massage but use it as an intensive moisturiser for after the shower. I simply rub the bar over my skin and it melts down leaving a layer of oil over my skin which I then massage in. It gives excellent hydration to dry skin, and I particularly love it makes my legs feel smooth and soft. I prefer to use these at night as they do leave a layer on the skin that does take some time to absorb in. I wouldn’t recommend trying to put clothes on immediately after applying this product. I love the scent of this, to me it doesn’t really smell peachy. To me it smells like lime candy! Fresh and zingy but with some underlying sweetness from the cocoa butter. I definitely love Lush massage bars and this is no exception, I would happily recommend and repurchase this product.

Cleansers -LUSH -Kalamazoo

on 9/18/2018 7:14:00 AM


I have to start by saying that even though this is specifically meant for bearded guys, I tried it because I heard great things about it being a nice cleanser for girls as well. So, this review will be about my experience with it as a cleanser, not the beard wash it was meant to be. I'll have to pass it on to my boyfriend to see if it works as it should. As for me, I was not impressed.

It comes in a tub, which is fine, and smells pretty good, like sweet citrus. It feels really smooth, which I didn't like. I like to feel some kind of exfoliant when I wash my face, even if it's super light. With this, I felt like I was just rubbing a thick hair conditioner over my face (which makes sense if you remember that this is meant for beards).

I've been using it for about a month. Once in the morning when I shower, and again at night after I've removed my make-up. I wet my face and rubbed this all over then rinsed it off. I did feel like it cleaned my skin, but not as well as other cleansers. There were a few times where it left my face feeling a little itchy, and other times where it left behind dry/dead skin. It just wasn't a good match for me. I'll be sticking to LUSH's Dark Angels for now.

I think it's worth trying if you're still searching for something, since everyone is different, but I won't be buying it again.

Bath Treatments -LUSH -Creamy Candy Bubble Bar

on 9/17/2018 1:55:00 AM


Creamy Candy is a lovely sweet scented bubble bar from Lush which smells like candy (obviously), bubblegum and vanilla. The scent is strong and lingers on the skin for some time after bathing. Creamy Candy also turns the bathwater a bright shade of pink, which is great. It creates bubbles, but the bubbles are not as plentiful as from other Lush bubble bars, however it is still enough bubbles for a regular size tub. The bubbles last a long time also, which is great. I only use half a bar at a time, which is great as this is one of Lush’s cheaper bath products and is great value for money. I would definitely repurchase this bubble bar and would recommend it to anyone who love sweet scents.

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