Lush Spice Curls Soap Reviews
Product Type: Lush Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: Lush / Soap / Type: Soap / Working for: curly hair / With a blend of ground paprika, cinnamon, fresh ginger root and cayenne pepper, it's no wonder we have called it a spice curl! Come out of the shower with a new zestful feeling!
Newest Review: ... think this soap may have been discontinued recently but you may still be able to find it in Lush's "Retro" range ... more
Customer Lush Spice Curls Soap Reviews (16)
by - written on 18/12/08, updated on 18/12/08 (Very useful, 175 readings)
When my daughter came back from shopping the other day she handed me a small bag of Lush goodies that she'd chosen for me as a thank you for watching my granddaughters' while she was out. One of the items she'd picked out was a lovely looking brick red coloured bar of soap called Spice Curls. I needed soap at the time so decided to use this one instead of the bar of Dove I had ready to be unwrapped. As soon as I opened the little bag containing Spice Curls I was aware of the very strong scent of this soap, it put me in mind of Old Spice aftershave a little although the smell itself is not the same but reminiscent. It has a very spicy aroma which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
This was probably one of the most interesting soaps I tried from Lush. It has now been discontinued, but this review may be helpful to some as there's still the odd pieces available through eBay. This soap used to cost in the region of £3 for 100g. Spice Curls is orange in colour, and very bright. It has a very earthy, spicy scent which is a far cry from many of Lush's candy/sweet smells. Some people amy hate it, others may adore it. I find it okay, although it's not my first choice in soap. I can pick out parprika and cinnamon amongst other things. The soap doesn't create a particularly large amount of lather, and you need to work it up quite a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/09 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Well seeing that I have been really naughty and neglected dooyoo for a fair few months. I thought I had better get back to doing a few review as I have missed it and hoping to find more time to write and read all these good reviews. What better way to get into the swing of things than to write a review on a lush product? I am a mega lush fan and have been trying a lot of different products this month and my favorite to date was deffo this one. Spice curls soap has been out for a far few months but I have never seen it before. I was on holiday in Cornwall and decided to have a quick look in their local lush shop and thats when the small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Spice Curls soap is made by Lush who produce hand made products using natural ingredients. This particular soap seems to mainly be aimed at the ladies although I would definitely call this soap a unisex soap and my other half has no qualms about using this is I leave it in the bathroom or by the shower. The price is £2.69 per 100g (as of June 2009) and this is quite a reasonable price for the product that you receive. As all Lush soaps are produced in large blocks and then cut down to smaller sizes in store you may find that you will get just under or just over 100g and the price will be adjusted accordingly. Also, because of being cut from a block ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I received this Lush soap as a present from a friend as part of a gift bag she got me from Lush. I must say, when I first saw and smelt this soap, I wasn't too impressed. It's a very bright soap in a terracotta type of orange colour and the scent was very strong and spicy... Not something I'd go for and I definitely wouldn't have bought this for myself. It's available for £2.69 from Lush online and in their shops. I'm not really a soap person as I've got quite sensitive skin and I often find soaps too drying for my skin. Since I usually go for soft scents like flowers, fruit or sweet dessert smells, I didn't like this one when I first smelt it. The ... Read the complete review
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