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.

image 0image 1image 2image 3image 4image 5image 6image 7image 8image 9image 10image 11image 12image 13image 14


848 products

34,815 reviews

68% would repurchase

Recent LUSH Reviews

Cleansers -LUSH -Kalamazoo Beard and Facial Wash


I admit that I am reviewing this on behalf of my husband, who I bought this product for. It has the consistency of a thick deep conditioner. It also smells a little bit like a fruity conditioner. A little bit goes a long way and leaves his skin extremely soft! He loves it. I just wish it didn’t have parabens in it.

Shampoo -LUSH -Montalbano Shampoo Bar


I think I have tried all the LUSHNESS shampoo bars and they’re all pretty awesome. Like the other bars, the lather is fabulous, and a little goes a long way, so the bar lasts me months. This one smells SO GOOD. Think citrus but literally like fresh squeezed orange juice and lemon juice mixed together. The smell lingers in my hair and gives me a boost throughout the day. This shampoo bar is really good for adding shine to the hair, and it’s quite clarifying. This would be a definite no go for someone with dry hair, and no matter what kind of hair you have, you’ll need to use a conditioner to replace some of what this bar strips. Overall this shampoo bar is awesome.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Masks -LUSH -Mask of Magnaminty

on 4/12/2019 1:46:00 PM


Second time buying this mask. Really liked it the first time too but it got put in the cupboard and forgotten about it, even after reusing several times, as I tend to do more and more these days. Smell wise, the coffee mask is my favourite, but this is far easier to apply. It is not gritty or harsh on the skin (not saying the coffee scrub is harsh, just saying this is easier to apply) like the coffee scrub could be if you went overboard with it. The coffee scrub smells delicious, this doesn’t have a good or bad smell, but I don’t buy it for the smell anyway. Masks have never been easy to wash off for me, but this is easier than most.

Hair Treatments -LUSH -Jasmine & Henna Fluff Eaze Hair Treatment

on 4/12/2019 12:22:00 PM


I apply this once every three to four times per month depending on how much I wash my hair. I get home from work at around 1:30, apply it and do stuff around the house until 5:00 or so. Its expensive I try to take it easy and not over use it, and I use maybe a 1/4 cup and comb it through my hair, (its past my shoulders) with a shower comb and tie it up. I then rinse, shampoo and condition as usual and let air dry. My hair is glossy, and smooth and my natural waves are under control and not wild and spidery. I have been using this on my wavy often frizzy at the temples hair for over three years and it is the only hair treatment I use. I didn't buy it for about six months and I could feel and see the difference. Expensive, heck yes, but nonetheless, I buy it!

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Fragrances -LUSH -All Good Things

on 4/11/2019 5:10:00 AM


This dries down to a beautiful, slightly sticky/resinous smelling, warm, boozy, smoky concoction - without smelling "basic" IYKWIM. I'm aware the description I just wrote sounds like a vanilla, cookie-dough, Victoria's Secret thing but it's way more complex than that, I think it's the smoke. There's just something a bit indie about it, almost giving me Santal 33 vibes (but obviously a completely different family of notes). I think Lush's description fits it perfectly - a boozy stumble down a basement or something like that.

I almost didn't get past the opening which I found a bit too sharp-woody and furniture-polishy, but I think the thing with Lush fragrances and the high component of oils etc is that it really depends on skin chemistry. Once it dried down, it was perfect, and then the subsequent times I've worn it, I didn't experience that opening again - perhaps just got used to it. I imagine this fragrance is beautiful in the cold/autumn, but I live in a tropical country and haven't found the scent or sillage overpowering or too "warm". It just occasionally pokes its head up and makes me wonder what that smell is, and then I realise it's me.

I've tried to make all kinds of boozy gourmand vanillas work in the past and none have worked as well has this - Diptyque Eau Duelle, Tokyomilk Dead Sexy, Dior Hypnotic Poison, Serge Lutens Un Bois Vanille... ended up selling them all as there was always a screechy or too powdery note. None of that will All Good Things which is just soft and warm, a bit of a skinscent, interesting enough to be a bit of a head turner, and not too sweet! (I am very sensitive to sweetness).

Honestly for the price this is a real treat, and way more interesting than a lot of stuff on offer at your average mall.

Back to Top