It's a like a candy store. When I walk into a LUSH, I can't help but succumb to its bright colors, fragrant scents, and general charm. If you can believe it, I can easily browse a Sephora and walk out with nothing. That's a piece of cake. LUSH, however, is a weakness of mine. I went in to get a bar of shampoo and walked out with a couple extra things. The things is, I don't even feel bad about it. They're products are cruelty free and environmentally conscious, and work for me. I don't have difficulty using things down to the last drop. Without further ado, here's my little LUSH haul.
I picked up LUSH Seanik bar shampoo (reviewed here). This is my fourth repurchase, at least, and that's not counting the ones I bought for my mom. I've never had a shampoo that suds up, clarifies, and decongests my scalp as well as this. I've noticed decreased hair fallout since I've been using this. Who doesn't like thicker hair? LUSH Mask of Magnaminty (reviewed here) is one of my favorite masks. After running out of my last tub, I figured I would try some more cost effective mud masks. From that experience, I realized that I missed Mask of Magnaminty. This time, I got the smaller sized tub. I only apply a thin layer of mask and this tub should be last through the four month expiration date, even with frequent use. My final item is LUSH No Drought dry shampoo. There's no doubt that I'm excited about No Drought. I prefer dry shampoo in powder form (as opposed to aerosol) and this is great so far. It works in well and has a really nice natural citrus scent. I have a feeling that this is going to be yet another staple for me.
Finally, if you're familiar with LUSH products, you might know that they put stickers with the likeness of person who made you product (see below). I've always thought this was fun and made each product more personal. LUSH is also really good about providing the expiration dates of each product, which is important since each has fresh ingredients mixed in. To be honest, I don't take the expiration dates to be hard and fast rules. I think they're 'safe' dates and if you store the products well (like in the fridge for Mask of Magnaminty), you'll be good for a while longer.
I've started digging into each of these three products already. With two staple products and one will-be-staple product, you can say I'm a happy LUSHie. While there, I asked for samples of LUSH R+B hair cream, LUSH Veganese conditioner, and LUSH Ultrablam. I'm looking forward to testing them out too! Thanks for reading! Have you hauled from LUSH recently? What are your favorite LUSH products?