Lush Crash Course in Skin Care Reviews
Product Type: Lush body care
Newest Review: ... the "leftovers" (usually about half the pot!) in the bath by applying it to my elbows, feet, and knees for a ... more
Customer Lush Crash Course in Skin Care Reviews (10)
by - written on 08/06/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
This is a face mask with a difference, only natural ingredients are used and it's freshly made. This means that you'll be getting the best of the vitamins and nutrients, but it causes the product to have a short life span of around 2-3 weeks. It will need to be kept refrigerated to keep it preserved for longer. If it is not kept chilled the ingredients will go off and the face mask will be un-useable. Bear this in mind and save it for the last stop on your shopping trip - you don't want it starting to go off in your bag as you spend the day hitting up the shops! Lush say "All skins need tender loving care. A blend your mum would create is she knew what ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
As you may have noticed from my others reviews, I am a bit of a Lush addict! I love their range of Fresh Face Masks, and have worked my way through most of them by now. Crash course is one of my favourites. This was originally recommended to me as being suitable for my sister's very sensitive skin. It is a very calming, soothing face mask, and smells delicious, so I decided to get us both a pot to try as I didn't want to miss out! As with all of Lush's Fresh Face Masks, Crashcourse contains no preservatives. This means it needs to be kept in the fridge or freezer at all times. This is not a marketing ploy- the face masks really will go mouldy if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/01/09 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Well I decided to try this face mask on New Years Eve. Not because I was going out somewhere I wanted my face to be stroked, but because I hate New Years eve- its cold, its dark and there is a long and frozen wait for a night bus home if you have not re-mortgaged in order to afford a black cab home (who by the way "will not go south of the river..." (Yup, I live in London). So my evening in needed to be time well spent. I wanted to feel better and I wanted to be occupying my time. (Just try going to bed early on NYE, its virtually impossible!) I had bought this face mask among other Lush products that were to fill my evening. It was not cheap- the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/07 (Very useful, 409 readings)
Trying face masks can be a bit hit and miss, especially when they promise to make your skin super clear and wipe away all the dirt that lies beneath. Then when you actually try it for a couple of weeks, it doesn't seem to have much effect or makes you break out. Having tried a few face masks, more natural based than synthetic, I found one that I really got on well with. Unfortunately, for some unknown reason it went out of production and I was on the look-out for something new... Lush, the natural bath and cosmetics company then came into mind. Not the first place I would go for a face mask, as they tend to be much more expensive than your typical ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/06 (Very useful, 266 readings)
Since getting Lemony Flutter cuticle cream a few months ago, I must admit I'm becoming a bit of an addict when it comes to Lush products and if I'm in Dundee for the day, then a visit to the Lush shop there is a must. I've had a few problems with my face lately and was recommended to try this product as I have sensitive skin and I thought a mask would be a good idea to make my skin silky smooth and rid itself of impurities. ***Background*** Lush is a company that specialises in making and selling beauty products made of fresh natural ingredients that do not contain animal ingredients. They make the products by hand and you will see on ... Read the complete review
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