Lush Whoosh Shower Jelly Reviews
Product Type: Lush Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: Lush / Type: Shower Gel / Cream
Newest Review: ... they are so wobbly - perhaps to be expected you may say but they have a life of their own. One second your holding it and the ... more
Customer Lush Whoosh Shower Jelly Reviews (27)
by - written on 14/04/08, updated on 07/10/10 (Very useful, 157 readings)
Recently I was in Lush with my best mate and she bought me some of this to try as it's her favourite product. Me I was sceptical. I mean a slice of jelly in a cardboard box? I love Lush but I'm more than a little aware that it's not really economical and based on luxury at a cost so I thought this was going to be another product that works out just over £2.00 for something like 2 uses lol Now don't get me wrong I'm not complaining about the prices.. exactly. It's just after shopping there for years and adoring the shop and trying most things on offer I'm now at the stage where I know what works out a good buy. This didn't look like it would be! Appearances can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/06 (Very useful, 217 readings)
Lush’s newest concept is the shower “jelly”. This is more solid than a bath gel but not as solid as a bar of soap. It is actually almost the same consistency as the dessert jelly you’d get out of a box of Jell-O®, with the main difference being that it won’t melt if not refrigerated. Its also not slimy like the jelly you might imagine, and although it jiggles like Jell-O®, it isn’t so wobbly as to keep you from grabbing a chunk of it. I decided to buy some of the “Whoosh” jelly and here’s what I think of it. First of all, I should mention that the idea here is to scoop out a bit of this jelly, put it on a flannel or puff, and then use it like you would any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/13 (Very useful, 9 readings)
As a fan of all Lush products, I have for some reason never tried a shower jelly. However I was bought a gift set for my birthday this year and it included a lovely pot of Whoosh. Quite frankly the shower jelly's are a little weird, they are like edible jelly and wibble and wobble about in the pots. Lush sell two jellies - Sweetie Pie and Whoosh. They are sold in 100g pots which cost between £3.25 and £3.50 each. The plastic pots they are sold in are clear and simple but do the job and for £3.25 you get a decent amount of jelly. The Whoosh itself is a dark turquoise colour and as the name suggests jelly like. As soon as you lift off the lid you get ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/13, updated on 29/05/13 (Very useful, 20 readings)
I bought this a couple of weeks ago, purely because it looked and sounded quite cool and really unusual, and I couldn't wait to try it! It is basically a shower gel in jelly form which might not appeal to some people but I was really intrigued and it actually isn't as messy to use as I was expecting it to be! It is available in several different colours, all of which have different scents and ingredients. The one I have is called 'whoosh' and it is an aqua blue colour and Lush describe it as a 'seaweed jelly'. It comes in two different sized pots with the largest being 240 grams and this costs £6.50 and the smaller one is 100 grams and this costs £3.50. I got ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/12 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I've read lots of reviews about Lush products but until recently had never tried any. We recently went away for a night and the town where we stayed had a Lush store, needless to say I bought a few things home with me to try, One of them was a little tub of Whoosh Shower Jelly, which cost £3.50 for 100g's. The jelly is sold in a little clear plastic re-usable tub with a screw top lid, the label on the lid has the Lush logo on it along with Whoosh Shower Jelly, it also informs the customer that this product is useful for renewed focus, jet lagged or revising for exams. The label on the side of the pot gives the fragrance which is lemon, lime and ... Read the complete review
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