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 -Angels on Bare Skin

on 3/17/2018 4:32:00 AM


I tried this a few years ago and didn't like it, I didn't like the smell and didn't notice anything different with my skin.

Cleansers -LUSH -Dark Angels

on 3/17/2018 1:44:00 AM


At first when I started using Dark Angels, I was completely obsessed. The change in my skin was quite dramatic. Many of the flesh colored bumps that have been hanging out like unwanted bums began to vanish. Many of the acne scars and texture issues that I’ve accumulated over the years seemed to begin to balance.

This was short lived, and I’m pissed. I was using this cleanser twice a day to no irritation, but after two months, it just left my skin feeling dull. It went from drastic change, to no change seemingly over night; and I’m beginning to realize that that’s the outcome that I see with many Lush products.

Also, the cleaner began leaving a black dust on my sink, my bathtub, stained my towels, and after walking around with what looked like a five o’ clock shadow, I realized it was beginning to stain my skin as well. After frequent use it begins to seep into your pores....and stay there....for the rest of your life, if you don’t use an additional cleanser.

I took this out of my rotation for a while while the weather is still cold, and making me hate everything. I’m thinking this will be a better option when it’s hot, balmy, and like the seventh circle of hell outside. We shall see!

Masks -LUSH -Cup O' Coffee

on 3/16/2018 11:54:00 PM


Again, Lush products labeled as scrubs dont really work for me as my dry skin tends to hoard lots of dead skin, especially over my nose and chin. This product aint the exception, but it really does magic for toning and “waking up” the skin. I use it on mornings, 2-3 times a week, and paired with a good mosturizer it makes my face look radiant. Definetely would recommend, but be sure to have another exfoliation backup method.

Scrubs -LUSH -Ocean Salt

on 3/16/2018 11:48:00 PM


Honestly Lush products tend to appeal to the animal protecting, natural loving, hipster part of ourselves. Pretty packaging, promising things, but poor results. I have dry sensitive skin, and beyond the fact that it doesnt irritate my skin and it has a pretty good smell, it doesnt exfolliate all too good. I would honestly recommend saving money and buying cetaphil/regular glycerin soap and using a rough sponge to get better results. On the softness, brightening thing, my skin aint different at all. Wouldnt buy again :/

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Hair Treatments -LUSH -Henna - Caca Noir

on 3/14/2018 5:23:00 AM


I went to the hairdresser to have my hair lightened and, unfortunately, I suffered a severe allergic reaction (probably a PPD allergy) the next day with facial swelling and itching. It was horrible! To make matters worse, I didn't even like my new hair colour! I'm Asian with dark brown/black hair, but my hairdresser had bleached it so that it was too light for my complexion and there was a horrible orange/reddish highlight in my hair. After a month of avoiding myself in the mirror, I decided I wanted to dye my hair back to its original colour. As I can't use chemical dyes anymore, I thought I would give henna a try.

The first time I used Caca Noir, I followed the instructions by melting the cut up blocks in a bain-marie. I have shoulder-length hair and used all 6 blocks. I then applied the Caca Noir to my hair (which had not been washed for several days and probably had some hair product in it), starting from the top layer and working my way to the bottom layers. It was an incredibly messy process and I'm not sure if I managed to coat every strand of my hair. I left the Caca Noir in my hair for 3 hours uncovered. The results were good, but not great. I think my hair was darkened by 2-3 shades, but you could still see the orange/red highlights in my hair, especially under bright lights or in the sun. It definitely toned down my hair (which I really needed), but it still wasn't dark enough to my liking. After a week, I noticed that the colour had already faded quite a bit, even though I had only washed my hair once during this time. So after a week, I felt like my hair was only a touch darker than before the treatment.

1 week later, I decided to give the Caca Noir another try, especially since the lady at Lush said that the colour would intensify with multiple treatments. This time, I grated the blocks in the food processor with the grater attachment (it doesn't stain anything if you quickly wash the bowls and blades), and so it melted more quickly and easily. I also made the mixture a bit runnier than last time so that it would be easier to apply. I had washed and dried my hair the previous evening with a clarifying shampoo. I also used clips to pin my hair in small sections, so that I could apply the mixture to my bottom layers first and work my way up to the top layers. This was definitely an easier way to apply the Caca Noir, but I still wasn't convinced that I had coated every strand. I left the Caca Noir in my hair for 5 hours uncovered. Sadly, the results were minimal to non-existent!

My hair is probably a touch darker than before the second treatment, but it will probably fade in a couple of days anyway. My hair is now dark brown with still an orange/reddish highlight. Despite the name of the product, there is no black at all in my hair. Maybe because my hair had been coloured with chemical dyes, the Caca Noir didn't work as well? My hair colour is definitely a few shades darker than before I started using Caca Noir and my highlights have been toned down a bit, but it is quite a subtle change.

Given the pfaff that is required to use and apply Caca Noir, not to mention the endless waiting time (who has 3-5 hours to do this frequently??), the results are very minimal compared to the effort required. I've read that some people even sleep with this stuff in their hair overnight! The cleaning up is massive - it's called "Caca" for a reason ;-) Be sure to line the whole bathroom with newspaper, and you may as well have the cleaning products handy to scrub the shower or bathtub after you have finished rinsing out your hair (a tip I picked up in another review).

Due to my allergy to chemical dyes, I had no choice but to use henna to colour my hair. I think the Lush henna products might be worth it if you are after a subtle colour change, if you want to use all-natural products, and if you have a whole day to spare. I don't think I would use Caca Noir again, or any other henna product.

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