I really wasn’t expecting to like Guardian of the Forest as much as I did. In fact I think it’s made it up there with Intergalactic, Shoot For The Stars, Fizzbanger and Lord of Misrule as a favourite ballistic. To tell you the truth I only bought it out of my bizarre need to try […]Read more "Lush Guardian of the Forest Review"
I’ve only recently began using the magic that is the shampoo bar in the past three months. I’ve mentioned a little bit about the dark red mess of hair that plagues me so and as a result of having difficult hair I wasn’t sure how well these SLS heavy bars would work with my thick […]Read more "Lush NEW! Shampoo Bar Review"
I knew this was a popular Christmas ballistic from Lush but I’d never felt the urge to try it because it seemed so similar to Intergalactic. But during my epic trip to Lush Oxford Street I thought I’d give it a go, certain I’d be underwhelmed. Welp. I was wrong! I may have tempted fate […]Read more "Shoot For The Stars Bath Bomb Review"
I had never used a facial cleanser from Lush before, mainly because the weird blobs of solid ingredients freaked me out and I didn’t really understand how that was meant to go on my face. After being seriously curious about them for a while I decided to ask for a demo of Let The Good […]Read more "LUSH Let The Good Times Roll Cleanser Review"
I’ll admit it. I was drawn to this shower jelly by its luminous colour and I ended up smelling with my eyes again. I expected this to smell limey and fresh and a little minty, alas I was met with an entirely unexpected scent of Olbas oil and liquorice. Neither of which are scents that […]Read more "LUSH Party On Shower Jelly Review"
American Cream is a staple hair product that many use religiously as part of their daily hair regimen. I believe the smell has a lot to do with this as it’s pretty damn delicious. It smells like powdered strawberry milkshake but is nowhere near as potent as other Lushies make out, at least I didn’t […]Read more "LUSH American Cream Review"
I was really excited to try Lush’s Oxford Street exclusive shower roulades when I first spotted them amidst the washcards and shower jellies. A shower roulade is a regular Lush shower smoothie except they’ve ditched the tubs and rolled them up in a washsheet (paper made from soap!) which they then slice much like a […]Read more "LUSH Enzymic Roulade Review"