Lush Snow Showers Shower Jelly Reviews
Product Type: Lush Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: Lush / Type: Shower Gel / Infused with elderflowers /
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Customer Lush Snow Showers Shower Jelly Reviews (15)
by - written on 04/10/11 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I have a bit of an obsession with Lush and my bathroom shelf is stocked with many bottles of Lush shower gel, cleansers, shampoo and conditioner. One of my favourite Lush items is their shower jelly, as it is a unique product and has a novelty fun factor to it. This Champagne Snow Showers Shower Jelly was released as a limited edition Christmas item, and I have just finished using my second lot of it. This was previously available from Lush high street stores, online at www.lush.co.uk, or via mail order, although I don't think it is being released again for this Christmas. It cost £2.95 per 100g. Product description: "A luxuriously refreshing, milky- ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
When entering Lush stores, I'm always fascinated by the shower jellies that they have to offer, and after trying the Whooosh one, I was very impressed. During the Christmas period, I stocked up on various limited edition goods so that they could last me up until next year. This was one of those items - Snow Showers. If you are unaware of what shower jellies are, they are basically a shower gel for your body but in the form of a jelly. They are very strange but make your shower a whole lot more fun! You only need a very tiny amount of the jelly and then you can either apply it straight on to your body and rub or you can get a loofah and rub it into that. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I am a big fan of Lush's shower jellies- they are fun and a bit different to your typical shower gels. I get particularly excited about the festive jellies they bring out at Christmas time, as I love Christmas and I love being able to use the scents I associate with it all year round. Christmas 2009 brought two limited edition jellies bursting with festive goodness: Strawberry Santa & Snowshowers. Snowshowers doesn't look like the most exciting of products. It is a plain creamy white colour, and looks relatively dull when compared to the exciting lilac swirls of Joy of Jelly, for example. However the dull appearance was immediately forgiven as soon as I ... Read the complete review
by non_sense - written on 12/01/10
Over the Christmas period a large number of Lush products seem to have found their way into my house. Being one of only a handful of dooyoo members never to review any Lush items I thought I'd have a go too :-) I wouldn't normally buy anything from Lush myself, I get a headache from just walking past the shop. My perception of Lush was of overpriced, overscented products that would only appeal to students or people who like to drop fizzy things into their bath. I'm not saying this view is correct, that's just the impression I got! The Product =========== The Snow Showers Shower jelly is by appearance, a jelly. It doesn't smell too ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/10, updated on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 70 readings)
After reading many good reviews over the last couple of weeks about Lush shower jelly i decided to grab the 2 Christmas versions for an extra present for my girlfriend, last night i was lucky enough to get the opportunity to apply the Lush Snow Showers jelly to my girlfriends back, and also wash my hair with it. The Packaging ************ The product comes in a clear plastic tray/tub like a supermarket's pick your own salad tub with a hinged snap shut lid, a small printed label on the top of the tub informs you that it's: Lush Handmade Cosmetics - Snow Shower, a luxuriously refreshing, milky white snowy shower jelly scented with oranges and ... Read the complete review
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