Lush Creme Anglaise Reviews
Product Type: Lush body care
Description:Brand: Lush / Lotion inspired by Creme Anglaise / Type: Body Butter / Texture: Rich Cream / Texture: Cream / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... is certainly the impression I get from the lotion itself. Though it comes in one of Lush's standard black pots (which should ... more
Customer Lush Creme Anglaise Reviews (5)
by - written on 18/07/10, updated on 27/10/11 (Very useful, 135 readings)
Crème Anglaise On my last visit to Lush as I was testing various products I decided to purchase 'Glorious Mud' body scrub and mask and a Ma Bar but I also asked for a sample of this wonderful smelling luxury cream called Crème Anglaise. This is a real luxury product at the rather exorbitant price of £25 for 225g. Why on earth is this stuff so expensive? This Creme Anglaise is made with some very expensive ingredients which include an infusion of saffron which is the world's most expensive spice. This is what gives the cream its gorgeous golden colour. Saffron is the spice use in paella to give it the flavour and lovely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
My favourite store, Lush, has a wide range of body lotions which I love to use as they are very effective and luxurious. One of their newest lotions is Crème Anglaise. This is one lotion I would never have considered purchasing for myself because of its extremely high price tag. The lotion costs a whopping £26.25 for 225g - compare this with Dream Cream, for example, which costs just over £10 for the same amount. However, after Christmas 2010 I got a free 100g pot as I spent over a certain amount in the online sale, and I was glad of the chance to sample this. Crème Anglaise is Lush's most decadent and luxurious lotion. It is made with an infusion ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/12 (Very useful, 70 readings)
I love body moisturisers and I love Lush but one thing that I really, really love is Lushes body moisturisers. I'd gone off the boil with buying products from Lush recently, mainly because I already own most of the shop. One product that I hadn't gone near before was Crème Anglaise and the reason for this was the price. But on a recent visit to the shop, loaded with my birthday money, I felt that it was time to get a bit of in my life. What does the product do? The product is essentially a light body butter has been specifically designed to moisturise and comfort the skin while soothing the senses and to leave you feel completely cared for and relaxed. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10 (Very useful, 231 readings)
This is the latest body lotion from Lush. It's a thick cream with a pale golden cream colour to look like creme anglaise which is the inspiration behind it. It's scented with vanilla, saffron and orange oil with an almond and cocoa butter base, and smells like a delicious rich dessert. It's not quite custard, but I can smell the similarity. The saffron comes through strongly and I can detect a honey-like scent as well. It's much stronger than most Lush lotions I've tried and lasts on your skin for ages. It works as a perfume as well as a moisturiser, and I'm sure you could just apply it to your wrists/neck and use it solely as a perfume. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/10 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Creme Anglaise is one of Lush' newest products. It is a body lotion. It comes in the usual black pot - this one is 225g. I'll mention the price, since it seems to be a sore point for some and I wouldn't want to make you pine for this wonderful lotion without knowing the price in advance - it costs £25.00. I'm well aware that that is really steep, but I think this product is worth it and I'll explain why later in the review. So, anyway. This lotion, when you open the pot, is a creamy off-whitey sort of colour and is a thick sort of consistency. It smells overwhelmingly vanilla-ey and creamy and exactly like the kind of ... Read the complete review
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