Friday, 22 July 2011

I recently went to Lush, (and admittedly I have never bought anything from there before, shock horror!), but I wanted to try out some products that I had seen reviews about online and in magazines.
The first item I bought was the solid shampoo named 'Seanik', it's freshly made so does have an expiry date as with all the products made in Lush. I was a bit anxious using this, but it was easy and literally the same as regular shampoo. I roll the block around my head a couple of times and it foams up into the usual shampoo consistency! At £5 for 55g it's quite the bargain, and will last a lot longer than your regular shampoo.

Softening sea salt shampoo bar with jasmine, mimosa and orange blossom.
Many of our planet's most potent nutrients come from the deep blue sea. Lush has them brought ashore to create an ocean blue Shampoo Bar with protein-rich, softening Irish moss seaweed, Japanese nori seaweed and sea salt to leave your hair soft, nourished and full of body. We could have left it at that, but that's just not our way. We added lemon oil for extra shine, and the exotic far eastern fragrance of mimosa and jasmine to bathe you in the heady scent of tropical flora.

The second item was this Sandstone soap which I heard about in a magazine, it is great for exfoliating and can also help reduce cellulite. It's not the most comfortable to use because of the sand particles, but you can tell it works! It's £2.95 per 100g.

The exfoliating citrus and sandy one.
On the glorious beaches of Rio de Janeiro, stunning Brazilian babes, and their mothers, mix up tanning oil with the fine sand and scrub their backsides to make them as smooth as silk. Sandstone soap has a layer of sand and the seductive citrus scent of a caipirinha cocktail.
What products do you guys use/recommend?x

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