LUSH

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.
https://www.lushusa.com/

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3.8

815 products

34,097 reviews

68% would repurchase

Recent LUSH Reviews

Conditioner -LUSH - Retread

on 4/24/2017 12:52:00 PM

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I have medium thick wavy hair and after dying my hair for a decade the Moroccan Shampoo and Conditioner restored my hair back to its natrual health. I havent dyed my hair for about 4 years now. I stopped using the moroccan shampoo after about 3 bottles but continued using the conditiner for 3 years. It was time for a new coditioner so I gave Retread a try, since my hair is natrually pretty dry I always need a moisturzing conditoner. This conditioner did a pretty good job of keeping my hair nice and healthy. However it doesn't leave it as nice as my previous conditioner. I wouldn't suggest it for someone with dye in their hair because it isn't soft in the shower.

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Gels/Soaps -LUSH - Rose Jam Shower Gel

on 4/24/2017 3:25:00 AM

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This is my FAVORITE scent. Unfortunately it's seasonal, so I have to stockpile it for the year. I feel like an addict hoarding this precious floral nectar, using as little as possible on special nights or events. Seriously smells amazing! Leaves my skin soft, especially if I follow up with the Ro's Argan body conditioner.


Bath Treatments -LUSH - Twilight Bath Bomb

on 4/21/2017 9:44:00 PM

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The fragrance is intoxicating! Feels indulgent and feminine. I only use one once in a while but it is a wonderful treat.

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Tinted Moisturizer -LUSH - Colour Supplement

on 4/20/2017 10:29:00 AM

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I've rebought this product several times. When I first got it I got dark yellow which was a perfect match for my Asian skin. The way I use it is I take a pump of moisturizer then a dab of this and swirl it together with a finger tip then spread it all over my face. I have very good skin and just the occasional spot so this works as a homemade Bb cream or tinted moisturizer for me when used this way. I rarely need any thicker coverage. Recently I've discovered my colouring is lighter so today I bought light yellow instead and I'll give it a whirl.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.


Cleansers -LUSH - Dark Angels

on 4/20/2017 4:34:00 AM

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This is a great product for what it is - a facial treatment/scrub for 2-3 times a week - and what it costs - 10 euros for the big jar that will last you for about 6 months at least, since it's in dry form and won't spoil so quickly.

What it is not: a daily - or twice daily - face wash.

I have combination skin with seborrheic dermatitis on my oily T-zone with big pores and hormonal acne on the cheeks. This takes care of it all. I used it every second day for about a month and it cleared up most of those white acne-y bumps that don't produce a white head that could be squeezed, but just stay in your skin until pierced and removed by a professional? I don't know what they're called, but this cleared them up. Now I just use it every second day during my PMS breakouts or as a mask after shower if my face is feeling exceptionally greasy and clogged up.

This is great for clogged pores, whiteheads, and drastically improving the overall skin texture, getting rid of various bumps etc. It also improves that red, gaping-pores look my T-zone gets when I'm breaking out and my skin's oil production is through the roof. It doesn't irritate my dermatitis and both degreases and conditions my skin; my dry cheeks aren't any worse off with this than the oily parts of my face.

Now, yes, this makes a mess in the sink, but it's a good product, so as long as you wipe your sink down while the grey splash marks are still wet, it'll be fine. Yes, it does leave a black residue on your skin; that's the coal sticking to grease/dirt in your pores. I've solved this problem by using the scrub in the evening, following with an acid toner, moisturising serum, and the rest of my skincare, and washing my face with a light milky cleanser in the morning. I'm convinced the residue actually keeps on working on drawing filth from your pores if you don't try to get it off your face immediately after use. And yes, if you have dry skin, this isn't for you; and if you have big red inflamed painful acne, this is probably also too rough for you. I'm not so sure it's not for sensitive skins; my skin is pretty sensitive and I'm fine using this, but still: it's an intense scrub. Be gentle with it, don't rub your face too hard, don't use it every day, and make sure you follow with appropriate moisturising treatments; the scrub doesn't dry out your face, but it is an aggressive de-greasing treatment, so your skin needs some calming down. And NO, this isn't for taking off your eye makeup, are you serious?

All in all: damn good product. One of Lush's finest. If you have lots of cash to spend on skincare, then don't bother with this; it's not exceptional, you can probably find something with better effect and less downsides that's more expensive, but for this price point, it's a total steal. I'm almost through my first jar and I'm definitely buying a fresh one. I can't imagine my skincare without this on hand for breakout control.

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