Product Type: Lush body care
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Magic in a tub
Lush Dream Cream
Member Name: bakewelltart
Lush Dream Cream
Advantages: A little goes a long way, it's very smoothing on irriated skin.
Disadvantages: It's expensive.
I have been shopping in Lush for a long time now but I usually just limit myself to bubble bars and bath bombs as I find their products can be a bit pricey for everyday use. When I popped in to the Edinburgh store after Christmas, they had a selection of the gift sets reduced so I treated myself to one that contained, amongst other things, a tub of Dream Cream.
As a sufferer of eczema I was dubious of trying the Dream Cream in case it irritated my skin but I needn't have worried, it is the most soothing cream I have ever used. I find a little goes a long way too so a pot lasts for ages.
It works like magic on any patch of dry skin, my daughter was born with a strawberry birth mark so I used Dream Cream to keep it moisturised as if it dries out it can end up bleeding quite badly, it looks much better now and her skin is nice and soft.
It also makes a good nappy rash cream as it is so soothing.
The ingredients are;
Oat Milk, Rose Water, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Cocoa Butter, Glycerine, Stearic Acid, Triethanolamine, Tincture of Benzoin, Rose Absolute, Chamomile Blue Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Lavender Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol, *Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool, Perfume, Methylparaben, Propylparaben
*occurs naturally in essential oils
as you can see it's packed with natural things and it is suitable for Vegans.
A 240g pot of Dream Cream costs £10.95 which sounds expensive but it lasts ages so I feel it's worth paying for.
Lush state it's their number one product and I can see why.
Summary: Although it's pricey I think it's well worth the money.