“ Brand: Lush / Type: Gift Set - Massage Bar, Deodorant, Balm / What it does: Repairs, „
The Cyclists Repair Kit is a limited edition gift set from Lush, produced in conjunction with Sustrans, a group which promotes cycling throughout the UK. The idea behind this kit is that it will 'repair' someone who does a lot of cycling, and I just had to get hold of it, even though I'm not an outdoor sort of person - I use the exercise bike at the gym, does that count?!
The kit comes inside a black box made from recycled black tubs. This is a great little box for storing tins from Lush when the rest of the kit is used up. The products included in the box are:
Aromaco - chunk of natural patchouli deodorant, works surprisingly well for a natural deo. 4/5
Wiccy Magic Muscles - mini version of the relaxing cinnamon massage bar. Wonderful for soothing aching muscles. 4/5
And the following, supplied in little Lush tins which can be returned to the store for £1 off the full-size product:
Ultralight - SPF10 moisturiser, not strong enough and slightly too heavy for me, but would suit dryer skin. 3/5
Ultrabalm - Versatile balm for everything for soothing scrapes and acting as a barrier to hair dye, to moisturising lips and helping perfume to last longer. 5/5
Handy Gurugu - Shea butter hand cream, rich and moisturising. 4/5
King of the Mods - Citrusy hair gel. 4/5
I really liked this kit as I'm a fan of most of the products included, and it gave me a chance to try new ones such as Wiccy Magic Muscles and Ultrabalm. The kit is unisex so you could give it to anyone, male or female! To be honest they wouldn't have to like cycling or exercise, it would actually be a great kit for taking on holiday as it contains small samples of moisturiser, deodorant and hair gel - ideal for a suitcase.
As an extra bonus, the product contains a 10% off voucher that can be used in Lush in-store or online, during any month except December.
This is a great little kit and I recommend picking one up while you still can! It costs £9.95 which is value for money considering what you get.