Lush Mud Flats Soap Reviews
Product Type: Lush Bath / Shower
Newest Review: ... un-impressive and not like something you'd want to clean your skin with - but Rhassoul mud isn't just any mud! I bought ... more
Customer Lush Mud Flats Soap Reviews (7)
by - written on 11/04/08, updated on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 980 readings)
I have an announcement to make...I am no longer a Lush virgin! I regularly visit a nearby shopping centre (Meadowhall) which has a Lush store but I've never ventured inside - partly due to a fear of spending a fortune and partly because the other half wouldn't be too impressed waiting for me. Well, last weekend whilst traipsing round I spied a Lush stall. I was instantly attracted by the words 'FREE SAMPLE' so headed over to take a look...and quite literally walked away with a little bar of soap to try. After reading countless dooyoo reviews about the glorious products that Lush have to offer, I was really excited about testing my goody. Stood at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Mud Flats soap was one of the first miracles I encountered by Lush. (Unfortunately,now it seems to be Retro meaning it's only available through Mail-Order) Mud Flats (the chunk I had) looked like a brick of mud - darker than in the picture shown. It looked really un-impressive and not like something you'd want to clean your skin with - but Rhassoul mud isn't just any mud! I bought some,took it home and began using it daily on my face (I know,soap isn't for the face - but I didn't have a cleanser at this point) and body. Within about a week I noticed that my skin was much brighter and clearer and the spots I'd been getting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/09 (Very useful, 113 readings)
I've been quite intrigued by this Lush Mud Flats soap but wasn't sure if I would like it since it's not really the type of soap I would initially go for. I like sweet scents and this one didn't really have anything of what I usually like in it but I wanted to try it for the skin benefits this soap was supposed to have. One slice of this stuff is £2.45 from Lush shops and online. It's a mud coloured soap and some of its ingredients are: rosemary, salt, tea tree, sage and Moroccan clay. It's lemon scented and also has hints of other smells in it but I can't quite put my finger on it. I do like to use mud and clay masks for my face as part of my face ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/08 (Very useful, 183 readings)
As far as Lush soaps go, I tend to buy the soaps that look the prettiest and smell the nicest. At the end of the day they're just soaps and although I have a couple of favourites, they're mainly favourites because I like the smell and not because they're any better than any other soap. However Mudflats is slightly different. I didn't buy this soap because it looks pretty (it doesn't. It looks like a lump of dried mud) or because it has an enduring scent (more on that later) but simply because its classed as "the purifying, cleansing herbal one" and I needed something purifying and cleansing. I've been lucky in that I've never suffered from spots much on my face Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/08, updated on 13/08/08 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Mud Flats is basically a huge slab of mud...but in the form of a soft soap. Made with Rhassoul mud and scented with a nice citrusy scent, Mud Flats is designed to help banish spots on your body (chest, back, arms and shoulders). I bought a nice biggest chunk from my local store about 2 months ago after reading about it in the Lush Times. I had a big sniff at it and it smelt quite delightfully citrusy and fresh, slightly like Avobath (although I am informed that it's like Narcotick Shower Gel). I cut my soap into small and manageable chunks as and when I need them so that's what I did with Mud Flats. During my bath I used my chunk to wash with ... Read the complete review
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