Lush Rehab Shampoo Reviews
Product Type: Lush hair care products
Newest Review: ... it a few times since our return from holiday but it still had that stiff feel to it. I picked up this sampke when Ipopped ... more
Customer Lush Rehab Shampoo Reviews (12)
by - written on 10/04/08 (Very useful, 523 readings)
I am a huge fan Lush shampoos which I use for a purpose rather than for an every day or every other day shampoo. When your hair needs that little something else, I always find Lush have something to combat that problem. The problem with my hair is that whilst it is lovely and blonde there is a lot of it and I tend to have greasy looking hair at the roots which means I need to wash it every other day to keep it looking clean and with living in London, I am always concerned my hair never looks as clean as it should do. However in saying that, I often find that with all the washing of my hair it often leaves me with a dry scalp and I am sure that I have tried everything Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/12 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Rehab Shampoo This is one of Lush's liquid shampoos. They have a large range of shampoo bars as well as liquid shampoos. This is the fourth of their liquid shampoos that I have tried. The one vaguely liquid one I have used previously is 'Big' which is sort of liquid but in a tub rather than one of the bottles as it is not exactly liquid another is Daddy- O and then Cynthia Stout all of which were good in different way. A BIT ABOUT LUSH'S PHILOSOPHY Lush only buy ingredients from companies that do not test on animals. They invent their own products and fragrances and make everything fresh by hand. They use as little preservative and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Rehab is a liquid shampoo by Lush. As with all products created lovingly by Lush, it is packed full of natural ingredients and smells deliciously fresh. The brands products are all handmade so you'll feel extra special when you use them and they never test their products on animals. The shampoo's purpose is to send over processed hair into rehab for some much needed rest and relaxation. Most of are guilty of abusing our hair these days. I know I certainly am. I like to change the colour of my hair so I smoother it in hair dye. My hair is unruly and so I blow dry and straighten it to within an inch of its life before back combing it excessively to get volume. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/10 (Very useful, 116 readings)
I am one of those women who has been colouring their hair for years. My natural colour is dark brown and it is currently dyed a darker brown with more of a reddish tinge to it. However, in the past my hair has been blonde, light brown and any of the shades in between. As much as I try and take good care of my hair, it has naturally become weak and slightly brittle especially during the winter. As I spend quite a bit of time outside my hair can tend to suffer especially in those cold months and this winter my hair looked worse than normal. It was dry, brittle and not looking the healthiest it could have been. My hair has been dried out by the dying and it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Lush have some wonderful hair care products and this shampoo is the first I ever tried. Aimed at dry and damaged hair this is a little rich for my hair now but if I overdo the straightening then it is just perfect! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THE SHAMPOO ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Rehab is a liquid shampoo which comes in a clear plastic bottle. The lid is a flip top one- so its easy to open in the shower. As I prefer the smaller bottles I chose the 100g one which cost £4.50. There is a black label bearing the Lush logo around the bottle, here on closer inspection you have the all-important ingredients and description of the product. The most important instructions on ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Lush Rehab Shampoo
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Lush Big Natural Shampoo - Leaves hair bouncy and shiny. Hard to rinse. Salt lumps are excessive.
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