Lush Skin Nanny Reviews
Product Type: Lush body care
Newest Review: ... that this cream is unsuitable for vegans, as it contains animal derived ingredients - though like all Lush products it is ... more
Customer Lush Skin Nanny Reviews (8)
by - written on 14/06/12, updated on 14/06/12 (Very useful, 156 readings)
Believe it or not, it is currently summer in the UK (I have heard the term 'Juneuary' used to describe the recent weather) and as a precaution I always like to have some form of SPF to use on my face this season. In the past I've always gone for Factor 50, but decided to relax this recently as even the UK's hottest days rarely require this level of protection, particularly as I spend as little time outside as possible. As a fan of Lush, I was keen to sample their only moisturiser with SPF (they used to make others but they have been discontinued) and purchased a pot of British Nanny (formerly known as Skin Nanny) with a high SPF of 30. British Nanny was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/10 (Very useful, 129 readings)
Skin Nanny is a moisturiser with SPF, meant for 'mature' skin. I'm only 23 so my skin hasn't reached mature in skin terms quite yet (I remember reading on some other product that 'mature' means age 25 and over!). I would not have bought this moisturiser if I had gotten the samples in a shop, but I got a sample of this and two other moisturisers with an order I made with Lush Online, as that was the special offer at that time. My sample came in a screw-top tin like the tins used for the lip balms, with stickers on the lid and base with the Lush logo and product name on the top. On the bottom sticker is the made by initial and date, and the use by date, as well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
What is Lush? Lush was formerly known as 'Cosmetics to Go' and quite appropriately changed its named which I think suite it best because the only way to describe their products is they smell and look 'lush'. All the products are vegetarian and a lot are vegan. Nothing is tested on animals and they make sure every ingredient is sourced from companies that also do not test on animals. They support many charities and often do limited edition items to gain money for charities or campaigns. They make a lot of 'naked' products, which come with no packaging. Their bags, wrapping and even the stuff that comes in the boxes to protect gift sets are all made from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
As part of my new skincare routine I decided to start incorporating a night cream. I looked to LUSH who don't sell any creams that are specifically night creams, but some that can be used that way. There are quite a few to choose from and I narrowed it down to Skin Nanny - I would like to try the others but at £25 for a go, I could only afford the one but I'm very pleased with the one I picked. My reason for a new skincare routine is because the winter had left my skin (particularly on my face) very dry and flaky. From the moment I applied this, I noticed a difference and so did my boyfriend. From using this just once my skin looked moisturised, glowing, and even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/09 (Very useful, 184 readings)
Having really dry and sensitive skin I'm always on the look out for new moisturising products. Even although I find one which I feel does the job and suits my skin it's almost as if, through time, my skin either gets drier again or becomes immune to the moisturising effects of the products I am currently using. Of course it is true, that I do like to experiment as well and regularly try out new products. I recently received a gift set from Lush, which included a number of sample size products, I was so excited as I really love Lush products and, of course, the prospect of reviewing the various products is always an exciting outlook too! The first ... Read the complete review
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