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Lush Blousey Shampoo Review

Hello!

Today I will be reviewing Lush’s ‘Blousey Shampoo’.

I always begin with the cons so that I can end on a high note.


Blousey Shampoo (100g)

Rating: 1/5*

Cons:

THIS SHAMPOO IS NOT BLOOMING MOISTURISING!!! I don’t know if it is because I wasn’t using enough of the stuff or what – the ingredients definitely would make the shampoo appear to be moisturing but for some reason, it just isn’t… at all! If anything, my hair felt less moisturised with this shampoo than it has using the ‘Seanik Shampoo Bar’, which I would definitely recommend over ‘Blousey’. I think it might be that you’re either not supposed to thoroughly rinse the shampoo out, which is something I can’t resist doing, or that you’re meant to use an awful lot of the shampoo at a time.

This shampoo looks disgusting. I know that it is an all natural product, but I’m just being honest here – it looks really gross. It is a sort of… light brown, gloopy, thick liquid.

You need to use a lot of this shampoo for it to even clean your hair. This is coming from someone with quite short, above the shoulder length hair, that is straight, very thin and fine. It just doesn’t spread very easily at all, and seems to sink in too quickly. This means that the product gets used up pretty quickly considering how expensive it is.

There is not much of a lather with this shampoo. I don’t actually have much of a problem with this, aside from the fact that it makes it more difficult to spread around. As long as I can feel the product, I dont really need a lather.

It is incredibly expensive… for the smallest sized pot (100g), this shampoo costs £9.75.

The smell of this product is very strong, which some people might find off-putting.

The smell of the product is also quite sweet in my opinion, which again, some might find off-putting.

The scent of this shampoo is definitely somewhat feminine, meaning most men might want to avoid giving it a go.

This shampoo is made from bananas primarily. This makes me feel kind of guilty using it, considering how many hungry people and even animals that there are in the world.


Pros:

This shampoo, to me, smells gorgeous. It smells like a mix between a general soap smell (like Dove or something), and a rosey smell. It is hard to describe, and at first I really was not keen on the scent, but I grew to really love it by the end of my tub.

This shampoo does feel moisturising when it is actually in your hair – it isn’t until you rinse it out that it feels less so.

This shampoo leaves your hair squeaky clean, literally! My hair feels very cleansed and beautifully fragranced after using ‘Blousey’.

This product is from Lush and is entirely vegan! Lush is a fantastic ethical brand in my opinion, and buying this shampoo would help their cause. 🙂



Overall Conclusion:

Overall, I think that this shampoo does not do what it says that it will do, that it is extremely overpriced, and that it is a waste of nutritious food that could be better put to use – especially considering that Lush is supposedly an ethical company!

The shampoo does smell lovely and does leave your hair feeling very clean, but those are the only positives I can honestly really say about it.

I would not really recommend this shampoo, it does work really well for some people though and the smell alone might be enough for someone to fall in love with it – I’d advice getting yourself a sample of it online if you are interested, rather than investing in a tub of the stuff.

Overall, I’d rate this product 1/5*, which is the lowest rating I have given a product yet! I feel bad doing so – I do really love Lush, and this product does smell really good. I just feel that this product is very wasteful.

– Storm

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Lush Limelight Toothy Tabs Review

Hello!

Here’s another Lush review – today it will be fore Lush’s ‘Limelight Toothy Tabs’!


Limelight Toothy Tabs:

Rating: 2/5*

Cons:

These toothy tabs do not contain any fluoride, which some people won’t be keen on!

With these particular toothy tabs, almost every single time I brush my teeth with them, I needed to use 1 toothy tab to actually clean my teeth and then an additional toothy tab to freshen my breath, meaning most days, I used 2 toothy tabs every time I brushed my teeth!

The after taste of these toothy tabs, in my opinion, is not very fresh at all, and I really do not like it much.

When brushing my teeth, I’d find that loads of little pieces of toothy tab would fall out of my mouth and be wasted in the sink, because it is difficult to fully crunch up the tabs in your mouth.

A few times when I tipped over the small bottle to dispense a toothy tab, two or more toothy tabs might fall out, sometimes meaning some would drop into the sink. These toothy tabs could do with a bit of a better container in my opinion.

The coating on the toothy tabs is very sherbety, and it might feel unusual to have a sherbet sensation in the mouth while brushing your teeth for some people.

These toothy tabs look very, very green. They look a little bit like they’re mouldy to me! This can be slightly off-putting, and I definitely wouldn’t think of their appearance as looking particularly clean or fresh to be honest.

If you don’t buy a sample of the toothy tabs and decide you do not like them too much, then you have quite a few to get through! These bottles hold quite a lot of toothy tabs, and there is only one size that you can buy.


Pros:

These toothy tabs do taste of lime, which is really lovely!

These toothy tabs also smell strongly of lime, which is what drew me too purchasing them in the first place. They are, in my opinion, the best smelling toothy tabs out of all of the ones available at the moment!

They don’t contain fluoride which, although I also stated as a con, for some people this may be a very positive thing.

They are from Lush, which is a fantastic store!

The base colour of the toothy tabs is a very pale lime green, which looks absolutely delicious.

They are 100% vegan, and all of the ingredients are stated clearly both on the bottle and online on Lush’s website – the vast majority of the ingredients used are natural and easy to understand. This is something I love so much about Lush.


Overall conclusion:

Overall, I don’t think I am too keen on Lush’s toothy tabs, and do not think I will repurchase any in the future. The main reason for this is that I actually would like my toothpaste to contain fluoride, at least for the time being, because it is what the dentist recommends – and they know better than I do when it comes to teeth!

I think that as far as toothy tabs go, these are not too bad – they smell lovely, they taste pretty good, and their base colour looks nice. I really do not like the fact that I had to use 2 each time I brushed my teeth in order to achieve the level of freshness I like after doing so. I also think that the coating is a bad idea – I don’t think a sour taste in the mouth is nice, and I also think that this is what caused the toothy tabs to look a bit.. mouldy…

Overall, I’d advise anyone who is interested in these toothy tabs to expect to need to use a couple at a time, and to go for a bottle with less of the coating – I know it is tempting to go for one with lots of coating because you feel like you are getting more for your money (which is what I did,) but trust me on this. The less coating the better. Also, don’t expect for breath to be extremely fresh, even after using 2 tabs. I’d recommend getting a sample of these toothy tabs (if you want to try a fluoride free, vegan alternative to toothpaste) before purchasing a full bottle of them.

Overall, I’d rate these toothy tabs a 2/5*, because although I do not think I would use them again, as far as toothy tabs go, they’re not bad.

– Storm 🙂

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Lush Seanik Shampoo Bar Review

Hello everybody! 🙂

I’m back again with another review! Today will be Lush’s ‘Seanik Shampoo Bar’.

I hope you enjoy! 🙂


Seanik Shampoo Bar

Rating: 5/5*

Cons:

There are pieces of seaweed in the shampoo bar. When these pieces come into contact with water, they become kind of gooey and gel-like in texture, which can look pretty gross.

If you don’t want to deal with using a shampoo bar that has begun falling apart, this might not be the best shampoo for you. As I neared the end of my bar (when I probably had around 20 washes or so left of it,) the middle of the bar got used up in my hair, leaving a doughnut shaped shampoo bar. This itself was difficult to work with, but then when that started breaking up, it just became even more difficult. Eventually I was left with about 5-10 tiny pieces of shampoo bar which I used up the final time I shampooed my hair with Seanik. Again, using a falling apart shampoo bar is pretty tricky to do, but I wanted to use it all up!

This shampoo bar does sort of smell like the sea, which although some people might like, it can get a bit much after a while. It has a very salty, sea-like, fresh, slightly floral smell to it.

Residue of this shampoo bar will absolutely cling for dear life to the bottom of whatever container or surface you choose to store it in/on. I rinsed out my square tin that I was keeping my shampoo bar in once I had used it all up, and even after thorough rinsing whilst rubbing the bottom of the tin, there is still some tiny pieces of shampoo bar and residue stuck to the bottom of it.

As soon as the center of the shampoo bar is gone, using the shampoo bar will cause your hair to become tangled and knotty, and the lather will not be anywhere near as light and fluffy. Sometimes you will even need to re-apply some of the shampoo bar to get a thick enough lather to feel like your hair has been thoroughly cleaned.

When I did finally rinse out my tin, there were still some small pieces of shampoo bar left, but they were so small that it seemed pointless to keep them. This means some product was wasted!

While using any small shampoo bar pieces in the shower, often pieces would fall onto the shower floor, which would be a bit of a pain and means that a lot of shampoo bar was wasted here.

If pieces do fall on the floor of the shower, and you want to salvage them, they will be very difficult to get a grip of and to pick up!


Pros:

This shampoo bar lathers up immensely! Just a few strokes on the hair and you will have enough lather to clean your hair thoroughly. What I would do is swipe the shampoo bar around the rim of my entire hair line, to make sure my roots had an even distribution of shampoo.

The colour! Seanik is a beautiful blue that looks brighter than any images you will see of it online. It is such a beautiful looking shampoo bar!

My hair always feels really soft after using this shampoo bar.

This shampoo bar is very clarifying.

I find the lather produced from shampoo bars to be much easier to rinse out that of the lather products by your more standard shampoo. This saves some time in the shower!

I always leave the shower feeling beachy and fresh after using this shampoo bar, as though I’ve just been to the beach for a swim in a clear blue sea.

This shampoo bar is so affordable for how far it goes. I have probably had this shampoo bar since January sometime, so that is at least 3 months that it has lasted me, and I almost exclusively have been using this shampoo bar for that duration. It only costs £5.95, £1-£2 a month for your shampoo is not bad!

The shampoo bar being in a solid format is incredibly useful. It is easy to take these with you in a tin if you would like to go on holiday etc.

Using this shampoo bar leaves your hair quite light, soft, voluminous, textured and fluffy (in a good way!)


Overall conclusion:

I think that this shampoo bar would be great to use in the summer – it really does feel more like a summertime shampoo to me, because of how beachy it makes your hair feel. It is a brilliant shampoo, and in my opinion it could be used regularly, although, as stated before, the beachy hair feeling can get a bit much sometimes. I especially feel like this shampoo bar would be great for hair that lacks texture and volume, or for anyone who loves summer, beaches or great hair!

Overall, I would rate Seanik a 5/5*, only just! I would not exclusively use this shampoo bar personally, because I start to feel like my hair has salty sea-like buildup or something after using only this bar for a long period of time! I think it is good to have a couple of different shampoos anyway, so that you can have a choice whenever you take a shower.

– Storm 🙂 

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Lush Veganese Conditioner Review.

Hello! 🙂

I am going to be reviewing Lush’s ‘Veganese Conditioner’ today!


Veganese Conditioner (100g)

Rating: 5/5

Cons:

This conditioner smells very lemony, and some may think it smells a bit like household cleaner because of that. If you don’t like the smell of lemon scented household cleaners, like washing up liquid, this conditioner isn’t for you!

You need to use quite a bit of this conditioner for it to really work. I’d have to squirt the bottle a minimum of 3 times to get enough conditioner on my hand for my hair, and I have very, very thin, straight, fine hair, that is above shoulder length!

The name and appearance of the conditioner is slightly off putting! It being called “Veganese” makes me feel a bit like I’m putting salad cream or mayonnaise in my hair or something. 😦

It runs out pretty quickly. It has only lasted me 1 month, and although it is a small bottle, my hair, again, is very fine, thin, straight and quite short, so usually conditioners will last me quite some time.

It can be quite difficult to know how much product is enough. You have to work it in really, really thoroughly. What I do is I work the product into my hair thoroughly, and then check my hands to see if there is any product on them at all. If there isn’t even a single small milky sud in my hand, I know that I need more product. It takes practice and is definitely a matter of trial and error.

It is quite plain coloured, and in that sense is a bit of a boring conditioner and product, especially for Lush!

If you really do not like voluminous hair, this conditioner will annoy you! It leaves your hair very fluffy and with a lot of volume, which sometimes can be a bit irritating and difficult to handle, even for me!



Pros:

This product is vegan!

Compared to the solid conditioner ‘Big’ that I tried out, this conditioner is amazing and works really well.

I personally really like the scent. It smells quite floral, lemony, very light, fresh, and like Spring!

I comb this product through my hair whilst rinsing it out, and while doing this, my hair feels incredibly smooth, silky soft and luxurious!

It is a very light conditioner and will leave your hair fluffy, silky and soft.

It is a Lush product, which is definitely a pro.

When I’ve used this conditioner, I can’t stop playing with my hair all day – it just feels so lovely and soft and smooth!

This conditioner adds tonnes of volume to my hair – sometimes maybe even a little too much! It leaves your hair very fluffy and voluminious – great for anyone who’s hair needs help in that department!

This conditioner is very cheap! It is actually the cheapest vegan hair conditioner that Lush sell.


Overall conclusion:

Overall, I really, really like this conditioner. It does go really quickly, but the only other experience with a Lush conditioner I have is with the solid conditioner ‘Big’, and this conditioner definitely surpasses that!

I would really recommend this conditioner for people with very straight, thin, fine, short hair, or anyone who really wants more volume for their hair. I would not recommend it for anyone with quite thick, long, curly hair in large amounts!

Overall, I rate this conditioner a 5/5*, because although it did run out quickly and was difficult to determine how much was needed for my hair, it does work SO well, the effects are incredible and are 100% noticeable. Highly recommend!


As of 24/04/2017, I have tried and reviewed all of Lush’s vegan conditioners that are currently available on the Lush UK site! I have given both Sugar Daddy-O Solid Conditioner and Veganese Conditioner a 5/5* rating.

If I had to give one of them 1st place as my favourite, and the other 2nd place… This is an incredibly difficult decision!!! Veganese is an amazing conditioner, it truly is. So is Sugar Daddy-O… Veganese left my hair feeling more amazing than Sugar Daddy-O did, but both did leave my hair very soft and smooth. Veganese also gave my hair a ton of volume – but Sugar Daddy-O left my hair smelling INCREDIBLE after use, and I also loved how transport friendly it was. Sugar Daddy-O also left my hair looking amazing!

I think I’m going to give Veganese 1st place and Sugar Daddy-O 2nd place, although this was an INCREDIBLY difficult decision! My reason for this is that purely as a conditioner, Veganese did a better job at moisturising my hair and making it physically feel healthy. Sugar Daddy-O did make my hair LOOK better then Veganese did though, and smell better too! It is also much more pretty to look at, easier to determine how much is needed during application, and is more travel friendly 😉 At the end of the day though, conditioners are used to moisturise the hair. Any down sides or bonus’ other than this point are just extra notes.

So Veganese Conditioner is officially my favourite conditioner from Lush out of the vegan conditioners available on the Lush UK website, as of 24/03/2017! I’ll have to stock up on the 1kg version as it is the best value for money!

– Storm 🙂 ❤

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The Lush products I won’t review no.4.

Hello readers! 🙂

I am back with another Lush post, so if Lush isn’t your cup of tea, this is your warning!

I thought I’d write a post on the products that I won’t be reviewing. 

This might seem a little bit random, but some of the reasons behind me not wanting to review these products I feel may be of some value to fellow Lushies. The products I have chosen to not review are generally items that are comedogenic.

This post will only be including Lush’s products under the Makeup, Perfume, Gifts and Spa categories, so that it will be a little shorter.


Products>Makeup>Face

For the colour essentials, unfortunately every product apart from ‘Eyes Right’ contain comedogenic ingredients. I have acne, so I like to avoid using pore-clogging ingredients on my facial area, so as not to make it any worse. This means that I won’t be using any of these colour essentials products. I will be giving ‘Eyes Right’ a go though!

All of the colour supplements from Lush are also comedogenic unfortunately, so I won’t be trying any of these anytime soon.

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: N/A

Products I have reviewed from this section: N/A



Products>Makeup>Eyes

For the liquid eyeliners, they are all vegan, and I will love to experiment with them all!

The cream eyeshadows are also all vegan, and I look forward to trying them out too!

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: N/A

Products I have reviewed from this section: N/A


Products>Makeup>Lips

I am excited to say that all of Lush’s makeup products for the lips are vegan! I am really looking forward to trying all of these colours out.

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: N/A

Products I have reviewed from this section: N/A



Products>Perfume>Gorilla Perfume

‘Hellstone’ from Volume 2 and ‘The Smell Of Weather Turning’ from Volume 1 are both non-vegan, and are only vegetarian. This means that I won’t be giving these two a go unfortunately.

‘Karma Gift’ I feel should be covered in the next section (Gifts,) so I won’t be covering that now.

All the other products in this category are vegan-friendly, and I will love to start giving them a try.

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: N/A

Products I have reviewed from this section: N/A



Products>Gifts

I personally wouldn’t buy any of the items in this section for myself. I prefer to pick and buy individual products rather than pre-packaged items for myself. For this reason, I won’t be buying any of the gift boxes in this section. I also prefer products that can be used up rather than actual permanent items, so this means I won’t be buying anything in this category at all.

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: N/A

Products I have reviewed from this section: N/A



Products>Spa>Treatments

Again, I don’t think I’d ever spend my own money to treat myself to a spa experience. I’m sure they are wonderful, but if I’m going to buy myself something from Lush, I prefer for it to be an actual object that I can use up. Therefore, I won’t be reviewing any of the spa treatments or music CDs anytime soon.

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: N/A

Products I have reviewed from this section: N/A



That’s all for the Lush products I won’t be reviewing! Some of the products that I have written about might not be available to purchase anymore, due to them being Kitchen products. There will also be some products that I did not include, such as exclusive products not currently in the Kitchen, Oxford Street exclusive products, Spa products etc, that can be bought in other locations other than the Products section on the UK Lush website. 

I’m so excited for all of the Lush products out there for me to try!

– Storm 🙂

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The Lush products I won’t review no.3.

Hello readers! 🙂

I am back with another Lush post, so if Lush isn’t your cup of tea, this is your warning!

I thought I’d write a post on the products that I won’t be reviewing. 

This might seem a little bit random, but some of the reasons behind me not wanting to review these products I feel may be of some value to fellow Lushies. The products I have chosen to not review are generally items that aren’t vegan.

This post will only be including Lush’s products under the Hair category, so that it will be a little shorter.


Products>Hair>Treatments

For the hair treatments in Lush, ‘H’Suan Wen Hua’, ‘Kinky’, ‘Shine So Bright’ and ‘Roots’ are all only vegetarian and are not vegan. This means that I will not be using these products.

I will also probably not be using the ‘Jasmine and Henna Fluff-Ease’ treatment. This is because I have been trying for around 2 years now to grow out my natural hair, and this product contains the ingredient ‘Red Henna Infusion’. Now, although they claim that this product will not affect the colour of your hair, after some research online, some customers have said that the product has given their hair a very slight red tint after several uses. It’s not worth the risk to me!

The rest however, I am very excited to give a go! 

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: N/A

Products I have reviewed from this section: N/A


Products>Hair>Shampoo

‘Fairly Traded Honey’, ‘Jersey Bounce’ and ‘Curly Wurly’ are all only vegetarian and are not vegan, so I will not be trying any of those three shampoos from Lush.

All the other shampoos in this section, I am extremely excited to try out! I absolutely love the idea of Lush shampoos and definitely want to get my hands on some ASAP!

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: Blousey

Products I have reviewed from this section: N/A


Products>Hair>Shampoo Bars

The only non-vegan shampoo bar is ‘Honey I Washed My Hair’, which I will not be trying. I will also not be trying ‘Copperhead’, because it contains the ingredient ‘Red Henna’. I am growing out my natural hair and am enjoying the colour of it, so I am avoiding any hair colourants! Finally, I’ll not be reviewing the ‘Round Tin’, simply because I do not find products so fun when you can’t use them up!

The rest of the shampoo bars are completely vegan, and I look forward to trying them all out.

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: Montalbano, Karma Komba, Lullaby, Jumping Juniper

Products I have reviewed from this section: Seanik


Products>Hair>Conditioners

‘American Cream’, ‘The Plumps’ and ‘Retread’ are all only vegetarian and are not vegan friendly, so I will not be using these products.

All of their other conditioners, I am very excited to give a good go!

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: Sugar Daddy-O Solid Conditioner

Products I have reviewed from this section: Big Solid Conditioner, Veganese



Products>Hair>Styling

‘Hair Custard’, ‘Sunny Day’ and ‘Queen Bee’ are all only vegetarian and are not vegan. I will not be trying them in the future.

Also, ‘Veerappan’ is for dudes, so I won’t be using this!

I am excited to give all the other hair styling products a go – I never use any products in my hair, but seeing what is available in Lush is encouraging me to try it out.

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: Dirty Styling Cream

Products I have reviewed from this section: N/A


Products>Hair>Colour

Again, I have been going natural and have really been enjoying my hair colour. I am not looking to change the colour of it anytime soon, so I am most likely not going to try any of the products in this section. 

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: N/A

Products I have reviewed from this section: N/A


That’s all for today! The next post will be on products in the ‘Makeup’ category that I won’t be using.

– Storm 🙂 

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The Lush products I won’t review no.2.

Hello readers! 🙂

I am back with another Lush post, so if Lush isn’t your cup of tea, this is your warning!

I thought I’d write a post on the products that I won’t be reviewing. 

This might seem a little bit random, but some of the reasons behind me not wanting to review these products I feel may be of some value to fellow Lushies. The products I have chosen to not review are generally either not too healthy for you or are not vegan.

This post will only be including Lush’s products under the Face category, so that it will be a little shorter.

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Products>Face>Cleansers

I personally will not be trying the ‘Kalamazoo Beard and Facial Wash’. It does sound like a lovely product, and maybe I will test it out sometime in the future, but I do think it is intended for a beard, which is something I do not have!

I also will not be trying ‘Ultrabland’, ‘Ocean Salt’ or ‘Ocean Salt Alcohol Free’, as none of them are vegan, so I feel it is unethical to purchase them.

Finally, I won’t be a lot of the cleansers in this category, due to them containing comedogenic, pore-clogging oils and butters. When I first learnt about comedogenic ingredients, I got up the list of ingredients for a random Lush product (it was actually Movis,) and searched every single ingredient – and whether they were comedogenic.

After I was done, I noticed that any ingredients that were comedogenic were either butters or oils, so now if I want to use a Lush product on my face, I first check if any of the oils or butters are comedogenic, and if they are, I will not use that product.

I have tried some of these comedogenic cleansers, and will continue to use them until they are finished so that I can give them a review. I don’t think I will choose to purchase any comedogenic products for my face in the future. I think all of Lush’s products are lovely, but I do not think they are worth using if it means increasing the risk of developing acne!

The following Lush cleansers all contain comedogenic ingredients: Movis, Ocean Salt – Self Preserving, Ocean Salt – Self Preserving and Alcohol Free, Let The Good Times Roll, Fresh Farmacy, Coalface, Dark Angels and 9 To 5. This actually means that I will only be purchasing the following in the future: ‘Grease Lightning’, ‘Angels on Bare Skin’, ‘Herbalism’ and ‘Aqua Marina’.

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: Coalface, Herbalism

Products I have reviewed from this section: Aqua Marina, Ocean Salt – Self Preserving, Grease Lightning



Products>Face>Toners

None of these are comedogenic, and they are all vegan, so I look forward to trying these all out!

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: N/A

Products I have reviewed from this section: Tea Tree Toner Tab, Dream Steam Steamer Tab



Products>Face>Moisturisers

This is a very disappointing selection of Lush products for me.

‘Skin’s Shangri La’, ‘Gorgeous’, ‘Cosmetic Lad’, ‘Vanishing Cream’, ‘Enchanted Eye Cream’ and ‘Million Dollar Moisturiser’ are all only vegetarian and not vegan, so I will not be purchasing any of these in the future.

Incredibly, every single other moisturiser in this section, besides the ‘Full Of Grace Serum Bar’, contains cocoa butter – an extremely comedogenic (pore clogging) ingredient. This means that I will not be purchasing any of these in the future either. Unfortunately, the ‘Full of Grace Serum Bar’ also contains slightly comedogenic ingredients, so I won’t be purchasing this either!

I am so disappointed with this category from Lush – I’d really love to buy all my skin care from them. Hopefully they will come up with a moisturiser that contains non-comedogenic butters and/or oils, or maybe a water based moisturiser.

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: N/A

Products I have reviewed from this section: Imperialis Moisturiser


Products>Face>Masks

‘Mask of Magnaminty’, ‘Ayesha’, ‘BB Seaweed’, ‘Cosmetic Warrior’, ‘Love Lettuce’, ‘Brazened Honey’, and the ‘Mask of Magnaminty – Self Preserving’ are all only vegetarian and are not vegan, so I will not be purchasing any of these.

‘Oatifix’, ‘Cupcake’, ‘Catastrophe Cosmetic’ and ‘Rosy Cheeks’ all unfortunately contain comedogenic ingredients, so I will not be purchasing them.

This leaves just ‘Cup O’ Coffee’ and ‘Don’t Look At Me’, both of which I will be reviewing in the future.

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: Cup O’ Coffee

Products I have reviewed from this section: N/A



Products>Face>Teeth

Okay, so none of the teeth products from Lush contain fluoride, which for some people might be great! For me however, I like to follow dentist’s recommendations and use a toothpaste that contains fluoride. I have tried Lush’s teeth products, and they do seem to clean my teeth very well. I just feel like dentist’s probably know best, and they recommend I use fluoride toothpaste.

This means that I will not be purchasing any more teeth products from Lush in the future!

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: Limelight Toothy Tabs

Products I have reviewed from this section: Chou Chou I Love You… Toothy Tabs


Products>Face>Shaving

I don’t really have any significant facial hair… so I do not plan to buy any of these products to be used on my face!

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: (N/A because I wouldn’t use shaving products on my face)

Products I have reviewed from this section: (N/A because I wouldn’t use shaving products on my face)


Products>Face>Lips

‘Orange Flower’, ‘Sunkissed’, ‘Whipstick’, ‘Honey Trap’, ‘Lip Service’, and ‘It Started With A Kiss’ are all only vegetarian and are not vegan, so I will not be purchasing these in the future. 

I am however excited to try out the rest of the lip products in this section!

Products I have purchased and am currently reviewing from this section: Buttered Brazils Lip Balm

Products I have reviewed from this section: Popcorn Lip Scrub



That’s all for Lush’s Face products that I won’t be reviewing! The next post will be on Lush’s hair products that I will not be reviewing in the future. 

Have a wonderful day!

– Storm 🙂