Lush Imperialis Cream Reviews
Product Type: Lush body care
Description:Brand: Lush / Texture: Cream / Type: Moisture Cream / Subcategory: Moisturiser / Skin type: for all types / Finely crafted, balancing moisturiser to conditi / great for combination skin / Imperialis is a good value, finely crafted moisturiser for all kinds of ... more
Newest Review: ... or as a base for makeup, as it simply dosen't absorb fast enough. Unlike many Lush products, it has no special keeping ... more
Customer Lush Imperialis Cream Reviews (6)
by - written on 03/11/07 (Useful, 96 readings)
I have quite oily, spot prone skin but oil free mousturisers such as clean and clear tend to dry my skin out too much if I use them twice a day. So I decided to try this cream, as a heavier overnight mousturiser. I sent off for it from the Lush Website & it arrived promptly. The packaging is quite basic - a black plastic tub with the name and ammount of cream written on the front. The first thing you notice when you open the tub is the amazing smell! This is literally the BEST smelling facial mousturiser I have ever used - floral and citrusey but not too overpowering. It is also an attractive pale pink color. I washed my face, and applied as usual. At ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I have always had a problem with oily skin and, being a big fan of many Lush products, decided to try this one. I asked the shop assistant what would be suitable for my trouble t-zone and she recommended Imperialis. It comes in a 45g tub and at £10.75 is not the cheapest of moisturisers, but taking into consideration what you would pay for a premium brand, is acceptable. On the plus side, a little goes a long way with Imperialis, I found that covering the end of my finger was enough to do my whole face, with another small dab needed to smooth into the neck. It is unusual in that the colour is unappetising and it has an odd scent - by no means ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/09 (Very useful, 506 readings)
I'm keen to try and use natural cosmetics and beauty products so when my previous face cream ran out, I wanted to try a Lush moisturiser as I'm a huge Lush fan anyway. My skin is what would probably be described as normal - not too greasy although I get occasional spots and greasy patches round my nose, and not too dry although I get dry patches in the winter sometimes. When I explained this to the girl in the shop, she recommended that I try Imperialis. ++THE PRODUCT++ Imperialis is quite thick and appears rich. I expect a tub to last me a while as I only need a small amount. The cream is a pale pink colour so I imagined it would be rose scented, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
As part of my 'Lets try Lush facial skincare regime' mission I embarked upon, I was recommended Imperialis by the lovely sales assistant, to help my 40 odd year old, combination skin. For £10.48 for 45g of product, this seemed like fairly good value for me - considering what I would normally pay, and have paid in the past for premium skincare - I actually got the whole regime, cleanser, toner and moisturiser for around the price of what I paid for my last moisturiser! Again, Lush makes the products fresh and should be used within 14 months. The product itself is a light, soft peachy-pink coloured cream, with a floral scent, but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I myself have mainly teenage type skin (oily/spotty) that is very sensitive and can get dry patches in winter. I used to use Celestial but after finding it made the dry patches worse and my t zone REALLY oily i decided to try out Imperialis. I love the simplicity of the black pots with what that specific product is used for and the ingriedients- i don't like a lot of packaging. I also always like to look at the sticker saying who made the product in any pot i buy! Anyway, opened up the pot to find a reasonably normal lookign pink substance which had a lovely floral smell to it which didnt smell too strong either. Asmoisturisers scare me from having oily skin i dabbed a .. Read the complete review
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