1. Lemony Flutter: I already had some but have never really reviewed it. This stuff is great for your cuticles. I have been using it religiously for about four months now and I have not broke a nail. It smells good and lasts a good 6-8 months the cost is $14.95 a little high but if you are a blogger you know how we do tend to abuse our hands. This stuff comes right in as a rescue. If you are just a polish maniac then you would benefit too, because I bet you do your nails at least five times a week if not every day. Great product.
2. The second product I bought was the Helping Hands Hand Creme. This product was made for people who are constantly washing their hands, like nurses, but they realized that it was such a good creme they started selling it to the public and sold like wildfire. I use it maybe twice during the day and my hands are softer than they were with the other creme I was using. At night, I use Bath and Body Works Body Creme in Sleep. The aroma just helps me sleep, which I have a lot of problems doing, I can't use it during the day so I needed something for day and the Helping Hands was just perfect. It has a light smell of rose. Not overpowering and after just two four days of using it. It is my favorite hand creme ever. The cost was $17.95, a little pricey but I think it is going to last a long time since a little goes a long way. The only downfall is that unless you carry a tote bag you can't really carry it in your purse but you can ask the girls at Lush to give you a sample jar and you can just through that in your purse.
4. The fourth thing I bought were two bath bombs. Just because I sometimes like to take a bath and love the way these smell and leave my skin smooth. These are not a necessary item. It was just a little splurge for me. One is lavender one is rose. Cost. $4.95.
5. Lush has the same kind of policy MAC has with their back to MAC. When you collect 5 black pots you can take it in for a fresh face mask. These are refrigerated and do have a shelf life. I had 5 pots so I got mine for free. Since my skin has not been acting up I bought the Catastrophe Cosmetic. As you can see it is loaded with blueberries. It provides deep cleaning without drying the skin. I haven't gotten around to using this. I am going to today but I have used most of their masks and never had a break out. They have several different masks and you are sure to find one that suits your skin. Cost: Free.
7. I thought I was done but I did buy one last thing, It is called a sugar scrub. Cost $4.95. it is an exfoliator for your skin and since I am peeling like a leper right now from my vacation. I thought I would try it, The sales guy said it was great for getting rid of acne on you back. Which I don't have but he did tell me was also good for cellulite. HINT. HINT. I have some on my arms and in the booty area but come on. I am 48 it is a rite of passage. So, this stuff smells good and did take care of alot of the peeling skin I had. I guess better start on that cellulite now. It was just funny because he was telling me he had and then he a big breath and whispered to me "a cellulite problem." I just looked at him and said I know. He was really funny.
Overall, Lush is a great middle of the line brand. They have alot of other products. They came out with a small makeup line and I am dying to try it out but buy the time I got to the store they were sold out of almost everything. Most of their product are vegan. They donate monies to charities and their sales people are well trained. If you haven't tried any of their products and are in an area where there is a Lush store check it out. Most Macy's have Lush in the store and there are free standing stores. You can go to their website at Lush.com and request a catalog or simply browse through their products on-line and you can order from the site.
Hope this review helps and if you have used Lush products please share with us. I would like to know what kind of experience you have had with them and what products you've used that are good or bad.
Till later, Ciao,