on 5/2/2018 5:51:00 AM
More reviews by BloodyMir
When i was 12-14, i had bad acne, and then i came across this, and it completely healed my acne like magic. Within approximately a month, my acne was cleared and my skin had never felt better. I still use it today, although not as often. I wouldnt recommend this for people with sensitive skin tho. Def would repurchase
on 4/30/2018 10:50:00 PM
More reviews by erintheamazon
being a former LUSH SA all I can say is that this product is Rat Garbage. Grass clippings, rice bran and some kaolin are the bulk of this disaster. Mild exfoliation maybe, but a sure way to clog pores in the end.
3 of 5 people found this helpful.
on 4/30/2018 8:25:00 PM
More reviews by leynie
This solves most of my hair problems! It moisturizes my coarse, textured, and thick hair, smells divine, and has just enough wax/hold in it to tame my frizziness and encourages my natural, loose waves. I would say this is more of a curl-shaping cream or pomade than a conditioning product. When I need more moisturizing power, I put a light oil on the ends of my hair. I like to air dry my hair at night so that it isn't super poofy or frizzy in the morning, but if I put this in my hair, I can dare to wash-and-go in the morning without having spongy hair. The ingredients in this are definitely a plus, especially since most hair products have alcohol and silicones as their primary ingredients (which give a false sense that the product is working but just creates more dryness in the end). Major downside is the price ($25 USD for 3.5oz)! I feel like this will last a while if using a nickel-sized dab of the product, but if I am going to spend this much on hair product, I would be more inclined to go for something from a luxury brand, like Kerastase or R+Co.
2 of 2 people found this helpful.
on 4/29/2018 7:55:00 AM
More reviews by moomooreviews
I would say this is one of the worst dry shampoos i've used, i did not even finish using one quarter of it. Firstly, the application process is messy- u squeeze powder onto ur palms and smooth it through ur hair (a lot of powder will get on your shoulders and clothes). It forms a sticky, stiff complex with the hair. It's very hard to comb through as well. And throughout the day u just feel like u've had oily powdered stiff hair. It's truly terrible. Imagine flour mixed with oil. It also makes my palms really dry. Will not repurchase
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
on 4/24/2018 1:35:00 PM
More reviews by snowshoe73
No no no no no.Rose Jam is a fantastic scent in the bath and shower forms. But as a fragrance, Lush really screwed things up. They did something to the formula that makes this fragrance come across smelling more like a scented candle than the Rose Jam we all know and love. It's also a strong scent...obnoxiously strong, bordering on horrendous. It's one of the few things that I regret purchasing from Lush. I won't even give it away and subject someone else to this--it's heading straight for the trash bin. If you're thinking about buying this, I STRONGLY recommend you smell it in person before spending a dime on it, because if you're expecting it to smell just like the yummy shower gel, you're going to be very disappointed.
4 of 4 people found this helpful.
on 4/21/2018 10:13:00 PM
More reviews by sterlingK
This is just an okay toner. It has a mild floral scent and the spray bottle is fine. I don't find this does that much for my skin, it doesn't seem to moisturize much at all or really do anything at all. Leaves my skin rather dry after application compared to Mario Badescu Facial Spray. Would not repurchase.
on 4/20/2018 11:46:00 AM
More reviews by Bubica70
Bought this while on a Lush trip with my young son (who loves bath bombs). Thank goodness we only got a sample size; the one we took home smelled somewhat less appealing than the tester bottle. Using it in the shower was akin to slathering oneself in the contents of ten Tide Pods, both in terms of smell (GAH!) and the drying after-effects (full of sodium lauryth sulphate). No, no, and just, no.
on 4/18/2018 11:11:00 PM
More reviews by Gendarmerie
This is great for exfoliating feet but I would never use this on my face. The salt is too coarse and there are some irritating plant oils in this that make it unsuitable for facial skin. I stopped buying it because it was too expensive, I got tired of stirring it, and the jar is messy.
3 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 4/18/2018 9:02:00 PM
More reviews by RaceRedStang
I have fairly normal skin when I’m at home, which is a high humidity part of the US. When I lived in Alaska my skin could not handle the dryness. Think cracked skin so bad my forehead bled.
I had my mother go to Lush and inquire about a heavy duty moisturizer. This was recommended and it was a skin saver! I didn’t care for the smell of it much, but my face returned to its usual normalcy in just a few days of using it.
However, once I got back home 8 months later, it was far too heavy to use in Florida, land of 110% humidity.
Overall, I I recommend it for dry skin in dry areas.
on 4/18/2018 1:49:00 PM
More reviews by jessir51
I have used this product for 2 years now and I have loved it from the start! I love the coarseness from the salt and it really tackles my problem T zone. It makes my skin brighter and more manageable, I used it before my wedding to help give me that "bridal glow" and it definitely delivered! The larger container is of better value as you can get more uses out of it for a cheaper price in the long run. I have recommended this product to all of my friends who can be hard on their skin, they have loved it as well! Love this product!
on 4/17/2018 1:07:00 PM
I give this about a 3.5 it is a very nice moisturizer. It leaves my face very soft. Doesn't break me out but I can't use this during the day as it's way too rich for my combo skin and oily t zone. Great for nighttime. I love the very light almost mild vanilla scent this has as well. Not sure I would repurchase as it might be a bit much for my skin and I prefer avene for nights but this is an excellent choice for drier skin.
on 4/17/2018 3:53:00 AM
More reviews by RaquellaDeVille
Oh my GOSH, this is the best thing I have ever smelled. I got stuck on the HIWTK scent after I purchased my first shampoo bar, Honey I Washed My Hair. The scent is so delicious and soothing - smells like honey, vanilla caramel, brown sugar and toffee. This soap is kind of a splurge but I had to treat myself to one because I was honestly using the shampoo bar on my body which is not the cheapest way to go. HIWTK soap is 30 something bucks a pound so my little chunk of soap that looks like it’ll last maybe a month was almost 12 bucks. Again, I love the scent and can’t stop reaching my forearm up to my nose to smell myself after my bath - but as other reviewers have mentioned, not a fan of the honey comb top. It looks adorable but feels really scratchy on the skin. Can’t wait till it falls off! The other issue is the soap does not foam up as much as I would like. I feel like I have to really work (rub and wet, rub and wet) to get a lather (this is where the shampoo bar has an advantage; it lathers like a champ!). I wish to heck they had a body wash that actually had the HIWTK scent - It’s Raining Men shower gel is supposed to be like this but the scent is just OFF. These drawbacks aside I am so obsessed with the soap I would buy it again.
on 4/14/2018 1:40:00 AM
More reviews by flowerpan10
a thick, creamy lotion that you apply to wet skin in the shower and then rinse off with warm water. this leaves a residue on your skin that takes a while to soak in once your skin is dry. I use this at night at the end of my showers and it leaves my skin super soft. granted with the residue it leaves I wouldn't use this in the morning as slipping jeans on can be a bit difficult and in general uncomfortable. I put a lush conditioner on my hair, rinse my hands off, turn off the shower, apply this to my whole body, wait a few minutes and then proceed to rinse everything off at once. the key is to only rinse this off with water and not very thoroughly. I'd imagine using body wash or soap to get this off would defeat the whole purpose. I love this as it saves me time so I can focus more on my skincare before bed instead of spending a while applying lotion to my whole body. might I add the scent is really warm, almost like peanut butter. nothing like rose as the name would suggest but none the less pleasing as I enjoy deeper notes. expensive for $35 a tub but so worth it imo.
on 4/13/2018 6:58:00 AM
More reviews by oubliette
One of LUSH's best products, which I've purchased many times over the years. Although there are other clarifying shampoos on the market, this one is unique in the sensory experience that it offers: scooping and massaging salt into your hair while the gorgeous, unique fragrance surrounds you. It is quite stripping so I only use this once a week, and I would avoid if your hair is coloured. Other than that it's one to try!
on 4/12/2018 4:47:00 PM
I have short, thick, straight hair. my scalp is oily while the actual body of my hair is dry from color processing. i never thought a volumizing shampoo could be so moisturizing and gentle. this gives my hair body and texture without leaving me frizzy and crisp. the sea salt doesn't dry out my hair. in fact it's very balancing for my scalp oil. never thought I would ever use anything other than their shampoo bars much less a shampoo that comes in a pot but I'm sold!
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