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on 12/19/2014 2:32:00 PM
More reviews by jgoreham
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine
This is my favourite non-antipersperant out there (I have tried a few across several brands now). I love the scent, I love the bottle (I see references on this page to a "parmesean cheese" package, last time I bought it, it was a clear plastic bottle- which I like well enough, but the hardware on LUSH packaging never lasts long for me- the push-down cap always get damaged when I buy this). What I like the most is, if you get it all over your shirt after you get dressed, it cleans up with some spot-dabbing with a damp cloth of paper towel really good. I love the coconut smell, and get body product compliments about it in the ladies' locker room. Keep in mind it's a deodorant and not an anti-persperant, but give it a try!
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on 3/5/2009 2:15:00 PM
More reviews by SoPolished
Skin: Dry, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium
Another yummy lush product...mid range price, and I gave it a 4 just because I dont really like the parmesan cheese can packaging...(thats what it reminds me of with the twisty top with the holes...)I prefer a brush or puff...Smells nice, I dont use it as an actual underarm deoderant because it would get ALLOVER clothing...but I dust it on in the summer and it is really nice.I love silky underwear too, and I sort of alternate...The cans last a long time for me because I dont use it everyday...just now and then.
on 12/10/2008 11:01:00 PM
More reviews by cupcaketiffy
Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
I am a hippy girl, and I never use anything that isn't natural. I have been using a deodorant crystal since I was 13, but now I have added to my routine. I have noticed that if I exercise or sweat a lot in the summer, sometimes the crystal isn't enough. I bought the coconut powder to add a light yummy scent and I'm glad I did. HOWEVER...if you are using natural deodorants, you should always start with the salt crystal as SOON as you turn off the water in your shower when your underarms are still wet. Then, when your underarms are very dry, (as you are doing the rest of your routine) put some in your hand and puff it on the pits. I didn't think it smelled very good at first when I had it on myself, but then I walked by my sister and she said, "My lord! You smell gorgeous! You smell exactly like a coconut." Exactly. This is the natural, beautiful smell of coconut...because it is actually MADE of coconut. Not synthetic crap that is fake 'coconut'. I am in love. What a great product, and I will continue to buy it. Peace xx
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on 3/29/2007 2:52:00 AM
More reviews by AxlsRose
Skin: Combination, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine
I bought this on the premise that I would start and end the day smelling like coconuts.Not a whiff of coconut in sight. To me, it smells like flea powder. The two main ingredients are Cornstarch and Tapioca flour and that's all I can smell. There is Coconut Milk Powder, Coconut Oil and Desiccated Coconut in it, but I cant smell it.I gave this 2 lipsticks cause I admit that it helps me to not have a sweaty kind of smell by lunchtime on a hot day. Im allergic to perfumes, so I find that deoderant alone isnt enough for me not to get a sweaty smell around my bra during summer. I thought this was the answer, as I love the smell of coconut.However, this only smells like Starch or something, I dont find it a pleasant smell at all, but it does absorb wetness and odour.I wouldnt buy again as I feel that Lush is misleading the consumer by saying this smells like Coconut. Ill try another of their powders, but not this one.
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