6 July 2016

Lush Scrubs

If you saw my Lush skincare post the other week you would have seen that I am a new Lush skincare convert. I am in love with ultrabland and all that it has done for my face. My skin has never looked so good. I have also been trying out some scrubs and I can tell you that I am still in love with Lush. You may remember from some of my previous posts that I am super fussy when it comes to body scrubs. I like them to be gritty and actually feel like they are doing something. Lush scrubs pass my standards. 

Lush Ocean salt review

Lush rub rub rub review

Ocean salt was recommended to me when I went into the store to moan about my skin. Its good for dry skin as it contains "avocado butter, coconut oil and seaweed absolute to keep your skin soft, smooth and conditioned". I use this once a week to get rid of any dead skin and it leaves my face soft and it feels so nourished. Definitely doesn't dry your skin out. I struggled for ages to find a face scrub that didn't break me out in a weird rash or give me horrific breakouts. It also contains limes steeped in vodka which is pretty cool. I don't recommend getting it in your mouth though. This can be used on your body too but I tend to keep it for my face and use rub rub rub for my body.

As you can see Rub Rub Rub is very well used. I am very nearly out and it's very sad. It smells incredible and leaves my skin feeling super soft. I prefer to use this on dry skin as it's more gritty and feels like it works better. I slather this on my body, mainly my legs, before jumping (haha I wish more like walking slowly holding onto my grab handles and trying not to die) into the shower. Then I wash it off, shave my legs and then spend the rest of the night stroking my legs and making every body in the vicinity feel how soft they are. Now my favourite ever scrub is the Sanctuary Spa Hot Sugar Scrub. I think that still may be top as it feels soo good but this one is definitely a close second. Plus it's blue and that's my fave colour so it was meant to be.

What is your favourite scrub?
What else do I need to try from Lush?


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