Welcome back to my coverage of new haircare from LUSH Cosmetics! As I mentioned in New LUSH Haircare Part 1 (see here), LUSH is launching eight new products in their haircare lineup. In my last post, I covered new shampoos and conditioners that were inspired by bananas, blooms, and bees. In today's post, I'll be covering new hair treatments that are infused with leaves of mint and water from the sea!
A healthy scalp is like healthy soil. Hair, like a garden, thrives in a good environment. With this in mind, LUSH Roots Hair Treatment is a revitalizing treatment for both the scalp and hair. It has a mint infusion and mint oils to stimulate the scalp, and olive oil and honey to strengthen hair. The mask is scented with sweet orange and neroli oils to add an uplifting fragrance in addition to the mint overtones. LUSH Roots is targeted to those with fine and thin hair (in which case I am the perfect test subject), though it should be a nice treatment for just about anyone. The creamy gel-like texture should be massaged into the scalp for 15-20 minutes. It takes some effort to work into dry hair at first, but becomes easier as more hair gets coated. The mask imparted a definite cooling and invigorating feeling to my scalp during the entire time. (To be honest, I didn't massage my scalp for the entire recommended time; I let the mask sit on its own and I could still feel it working). The mask readily washes off in water; I like to use a little shampoo to remove any residual oiliness at the roots, since my scalp produces enough on its own. Overall, I really enjoyed the treatment; it felt actively refreshing. I'm so happy that LUSH made a hair mask specifically for fine hair. A good scalp refresher to stimulate hair growth with a light moisturizing effects on the ends is exactly what my fine hair needs.
LUSH Roots Ingredients - Fresh Mint Infusion (Mentha piperita), Water (Aqua), Cetearyl Alcohol & Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate, Citric Acid, Propylene Glycol, Honey, Peppermint Oil (Mentha arvensis), Sweet Orange Oil (Citrus sinensis), Spearmint Oil (Mentha spicata), Grapefruit Oil (Citrus paradis), Nettle Absolute (URtica urens), Neroli Oil (Citrus Aurantium amara), Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Olea europaea), Limonene, Linalool, Citral, Fragrance, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.
LUSH Sea Spray Ingredients: Carrageenan Extract (Chondrus crispus), Sea Water, SD Alcohol, Glycerine, Fine Sea Salt (Sodium chloride), PVP, Fragrance, Limonene, Linalool, Neroli Oil (Citrus Aurantium amara), Grapefruit Oil (Citrus paradis), Rosewood Oil (Aniba rosaeodora), Hydroxycitronella, Geraniol, Citral, Farnesol, Benzyl Benzoate, Methylparaben.
LUSH Roots hair treatment ($19.95 for 8.4 oz.) and LUSH Sea Spray hair mist ($12.95 for 3.3 fl.oz.) will be available in-store on Black Friday! As someone with hair that could use a little volumizing, both of these products are right up my alley. Thanks for reading! Have you ever tried LUSH hair products? Will you be looking for LUSH haircare on Black Friday? What are your favorite hair masks or salt sprays?
P.S. For more new LUSH Haircare, check out LUSH New Haircare Part 1 (see here) and my review of LUSH Shine So Bright (see here)!
Disclosure: This post contains product(s) sent to Cute and Mundane for consideration by PR. The ideas and opinions in this post are genuine and my own.
you are teasing me with all these new product posts. so excited to test these things out! ahhhhReplyDelete
Hi Victoria, thanks for the comment! They're launching soon--- hope you get to try them!Delete
Finally trying out Jumping Juniper has really opened up the gates for me to try more LUSH hair products! I'm glad to hear about these two products because I've been wanting something for the scalp and I'm always game for a new "sea spray" type of product. =D Thanks for the reviews - both sound beautiful!ReplyDelete
Hi Liz, that's so exciting! I hope you have a chance to try the spray. It seems to be one of those things you can easily test before buying; I think the effects are a bit different from my B&B, so it's worth a spritz!Delete
mint and blue sea....ReplyDelete
Happy Thanksgiving! Dovey!
Hi Mallard Duck, Thank you so much! Happy Thanksgiving to you too!Delete
Roots sound really interesting! I think my daughter would love it because she teases the heck out of her hair since it's so fine. And that worries me because it so not good for her hair.
Hi Tracy, I can't stand the knots from teasing, but otherwise I would if I could! I like volumizing lotions and drying my hair instead!Delete
Have never used one of them but gonna definitely try it !ReplyDelete