My latest post on Now Smell This is a review of LUSH’s limited edition So White Shower Gel and Yog Nog Soap. You can read it here.
Suppose you’ve just gotten up from a sleepless night. It could have been due to a bad head-cold, or to anxiety over an impending deadline, or to noisy neighbors. No matter what the cause, you might be looking a bit wan and weary.
Here are five beauty products that I reach for when I’m feeling a little groggy and my face needs a discreet boost…
My latest post on Now Smell This is a review of LUSH’s Tender is the Night Massage Bar. You can read it here.
My friend T. just sent me a link to an article about the latest development in LUSH’s lawsuit against Amazon UK. It hinges on Amazon’s refusal to stop selling products by a company called Bomb Cosmetics. The products themselves are complete rip-offs of LUSH products. See for yourself:
As much as I love LUSH’s body lotions, fragrances, lip balms, and other assorted product collections, I’ve never had much luck with their haircare. Sea Spray Hair Mist is one exception; Curly Wurly Conditioning Shampoo is another. It’s a shampoo designed for, yes, curly hair, and it’s packed with typically LUSH ingredients like lemon juice, papaya, eggs, several nourishing butters (cocoa, shea, avocado) and lots and lots of real shredded coconut.
Just two or three months ago, every glossy women’s magazine was encouraging us to create “mermaid waves,” “goddess hair,” or “beachy texture” with a salt-based hair-spritz product. Most of the products they recommended were ridiculously overpriced, full of damaging ingredients, or smelled like a piña colada, so I was able to pass…until I came across LUSH’s Sea Spray.
My latest post on Now Smell This is a review of LUSH’s Rose Jam Shower Gel. You can read it here.