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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Shampoo -LUSH - Daddyo shampoo


I had dark brown that was also dyed a darker brown.. i wanted to go lighter and my hair turned a comically orange color.. despite the fact that the hairdresser put toner in.. this purple shampoo is stronger than i thought.. it really helped cut the brass.. however, if you are putting it on dry hair it stains your hands purple.. make sure to wash them. I really thought it wasnt going to work but I am very pleased with this shampoo and the smell is very strong.. however i love the smell.. like lilacs..

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Lip Treatments -LUSH - Honey Trap Lip Balm

on 3/24/2017 7:18:00 AM


The perfect lipbalm, to be completely honest.

The price is a bit up there; still, 10 euros isn't that outrageous, I think, not when some luxury lipbalms are upwards of 15 euros. And you do get a lot of product; I've had my tin for 4 months and I use it every day, and I still have more than two thirds of the tin left. I'd estimate a tin of this will last you a year. I really like the smell and the taste, but they're prominent enough that you might want to apply a bit to your hand and lick it in the store to see if you like it. The texture is really nice, soft and smooth, with a nice satin finish, not too glossy or greasy. That makes it great for layering it under matte lipsticks or when you want to wear lipstick as a stain and need something to sheer it out; it doesn't dissolve the lipstick into an oily bleeding mess like so many lipbalms do. It stays on the mouth very well, too. You'll need to reapply a few times during the day, but it does do a decent job of clinging to your lips. Best of all, it really does work incredibly well. Putting it on before you go to sleep guarantees a soft, moisturised mouth in the morning. If you're having a dry lip crisis, just make an effort to put it on a few times during the day and it should fix your situation in 24 hours, maximum.

The packaging is a bit fiddly and I'd prefer it in a twist-up tube, but that's just personal preference. Undoubtedly one of the best Lush products I've tried so far.

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Cleansers -LUSH - Ultra Bland

on 3/22/2017 2:43:00 PM


Holy grail for sensitive and dry skin!
This is the only cleanser my sensitive skin tolerates, works really well for removing sunscreen/sunblock, dirt, everything! (I don't use make-up but I've heard it removes make-up like a charm). It also moisturizes slightly and is super-gentle! Unlike other cleansers, ultrabland doesn't dry you skin out AT ALL! If used in great quantities, it might get greasy and clog pores,
I don't use this together with water, and still it works great! Just rub some ultrabland into the skin and then use a dry or sligthly damp towel/cotton-pad to remove the oils from your face, and you're done!
Ultrabland can also be used as a really thick lotion for dry patches or other problem-areas.

- gentle product
- slightly moisturizing
- no irritated skin
- a little goes a looong way
- no water required
- multipurpose

- could get greasy
- may clog pores (depending on skin-type)

Who's this product for? People with sensitive and/or dry skin! also people who use alot of make-up, and are willing to use 2 cleansers, Ultrabland for removing heavy make-up, and another cleanser for removing the oiliness that ultrabland creates. Other skin-types should try it out before making ultrabland part of their routine.

Who should steer clear from Ultrabland? People who are extremly oily and prone to get acne!

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Lotions/ Creams -LUSH - Charity Pot

on 3/22/2017 5:29:00 AM


When all hope is lost, and when moisture seems to be nowhere in sight..I reach for Charity Pot.

I have dry and sensitive skin, and I use this during the harshest months of winter.
Charity Pot is thick, heavy and leaves a semi-greasy layer on the skins when it sinks in. I love that feeling when my skin so dry it might break. All superdry folks will find relief in this lotion!
The smell is nice, and stays on your skin for a while, but it doesn't linger and isn't annoying/strong.

- thick and heavy
- moisturizes well
- works well for winter
- pleasant smell
- okay price
- probably the thickest/most moisturizing lotion
- best lotion for superdry, cracked, bleeding skin in need of help
- the money you pay for charity pot goes to grass-root organizations that work for good causes

- greasy (subjective if this is good or bad)
- not recommended for oily/acne-prone skin

For who do I recommend this? People with REALLY DRY skin! sensitive people, must as always, be cautious to avoid pain and problems. It might work for you guys too!

Who should avoid this? People with oily and acne-skin! People with normal skin might not find this lotion as great as dry people, but you could give a shot!

How to use: During winter, preferably at night, or whenever you need it. Not recommended to use it during the summer, when most skin-types get better/less dry.

Lotions/ Creams -LUSH - Sympathy for the Skin

on 3/22/2017 5:01:00 AM


My holy grail, must-have bodylotion! (I have dry + sensitive skin). It has a really light texture that sinks into the skin super-fast! Even though it is "light" is moisturizes my skin really well. It is not greasy and does not leave a layer on top of the skin.
Great lotion if you take a shower in the morning and just want to moisturize and leave a soon a possible! I use this in the spring/summer, and a heavier lotion during the winter (dream cream/charity pot).

If I would rate all of Lush's body-lotions after how heavy + thick they were (starts with the lightest, ends with the heaviest) it would go as follows:
vanilla dee-lite (discontinued), sympathy for the skin, karma cream. dream cream, charity pot.

When my skin is in pristine condition I use sympathy for the skin, and when it is chapped, flakey i use dream cream/charity pot, and when it is fuzzy and sensitive it is dream cream.

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