Lush Suan Wen Hua Hair Moisturiser Reviews
Product Type: Lush hair care products
Description:Brand: Lush / Subcategory: Treatment / Texture: Cream / Type: Moisturiser / What it does: Restores, Moisturises, / This one is named after a Chinese hair god; use it to restore your hair's yin and yang to a perfect balance /
Newest Review: ... follow you around a little bit though! I applied this product to DRY hair like the Lush assistant told me to. I left it on ... more
Customer Lush Suan Wen Hua Hair Moisturiser Reviews (10)
by - written on 07/08/02, updated on 07/08/02 (Very useful, 510 readings)
I am sitting here stinking. My kids have been round spraying the air with deodorant, I stink so badly. In fact, I can hardly stand it myself. I smell just like the contents of the bins belonging to the filthiest students you could ever imagine. Oh, and the bin’s been left out in the sun for a couple of months. With the lid off. Get the picture? So why? Well, no, I am not dirty myself. Well, my mind may be, but my body isn’t too bad. The problem is Lush. Yes, the Lush I am always raving about. Lush that is beautiful, colourful and sweetly perfumed. Except, it appears, for the H’Suan Wen Hua hair moisturiser, that is. This stuff ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/08 (Very useful, 384 readings)
Living in a hard water area is always going to play havoc with your skin, hair and scalp and much of the time, despite changing shampoo and conditioner in the hope that my hair will become soft and sleek. Every now and again I like to treat myself to a hair mask or a conditioning treatment which I leave in for a certain amount of time to give my hair and scalp an extra conditioning. A hair mask or conditioning treatment is a bit like a face mask in that you hope to get rid of the impurities and product build up that could be causing unnecessary problems such as a dry scalp or greasy roots. My own stylist at my local salon told me that I should actually use a ... Read the complete review
by popmusicfan - written on 23/02/12, updated on 23/02/12
This is a gorgeous hair treatment from Lush. I was given a generous sized sample of this from the Lush store in Manchester Arndale. This hair treatment is suitable for all hair types. My hair type is coloured and dry and this treatment worked a treat to restore my usually dry/ damaged hair into stylish shiny locks. The treatment is rather thick and gloopy in consistency and it's an off white colour. I would describe the scent as very much a Jasmine scent - a gorgeous oriental scent with a touch of spice. The scent is lovely but it's VERY strong and you can smell it on your hair days after using it. I don't mind that though as I love it's scent, although some ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/11 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I am going to be bridesmaid for one of my best friends next week so recently I have been trying out plenty of intensive conditioners in a desperate attempt to get my hair in tip top condition ready for her big day. One of these conditioners is the H'suan Wen Hua conditioner by Lush. What is the purpose of the product? The purpose of the product is to give an intense moisturisation to thirsty locks and improve its overall condition. The product contains natural ingredients which promise to nourish and strengthen the hair. It also claims to leave your hair completely soft and coated with a beautiful shine. How does it work? The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/08 (Very useful, 237 readings)
Before I start there is only one thing I can advise you about H'suan Wen Hua- ask to smell it before you buy it. If you do not like the smell in the tub you will not like the way it makes your hair smell! And it is VERY strong smelling. Having said that, I love the smell. It's like a... actually I don't what it's like! It contains bay infusion, watercress infusion, free range eggs, bananas, avocado, balsamic vinegar,extra virgin olive oil, rosemary oil, cinnamon leaf oil and some other bits and bobs, so basically it's a spicy herby salad dressing sort of smell! And all these random sounding things are basically there to make your hair amazing! I've ... Read the complete review
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