Lush Reincarnate Solid Shampoo Reviews
Product Type: Lush hair care products
Newest Review: ... they don't need to contain anything like as many preservatives either. Most of Lush's solid shampoos come in round ... more
Customer Lush Reincarnate Solid Shampoo Reviews (10)
by - written on 19/10/07 (Very useful, 302 readings)
First Impressions The idea of using a solid shampoo can seem rather novel to beginners. I must admit that I myself approached lush’s solid hair care range with high suspicion at first. We have spent of much of our lives squeezing liquid products that to discover alternatives is a bit of a shock to the system. Unfortunately Reincarnate’s appearance does little to inspire confidence in the buyer. It is a browny, yellowy colour and with its speckled appearance looks rather like weathered sandstone. The smell is a rather peculiar one. Supposedly it is similar to incense and spice but I cannot detect this. It is near impossible to describe its actual smell however, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/12 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Gradually, I am trying to work my way through all of Lush's products and an item I have tried recently is the Reincarnate solid shampoo. Lush are perhaps best known for their scented soaps and their bath products, but they also have a considerable haircare range. Solid shampoo sounds like a bit of a bizarre idea, but really it's no stranger than the solid equivalent of shower gel - i.e. soap. Like soap, you rub the shampoo bar between your hands and apply the resulting lather to your wet hair in the shower. Alternatively, you can apply the wet shampoo bar directly to your hair and work up a lather that way. I've used several shampoo bars from Lush over the ... Read the complete review
by popmusicfan - written on 22/02/12, updated on 22/02/12
I have used this solid shampoo a few times in the past. It has now been discontinued and can only be purchased from Lush Retro. Boo! The shampoo smells quite nice, although it wouldn't be a scent for everyone. Some people I have spoken to about it have said that it smells like cake and I would agree with them. It smells like one of those cakes with the currants inside it, yum! The shampoo comes in a solid block and you just cut off a small piece of it at a time. You only need a small amount of it each time as the shampoo itself forms a rich creamy lather and a little goes a long way with this. I would recommend keeping the shampoo somewhere where it's dry as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/10 (Very useful, 116 readings)
Isn't is just the way, I loved Lush's Hard shampoo bar, it was perfect for my hair, lathering well and leaving my hair clean and shiny. But after my last bar began to run out, I tried to order another bar from the Lush website, only to find out it had been retired. And so the hunt was on to find a perfect replacement and seeing as I've recently started using Henna to colour my hair, I started with Reincarnate. ==What Lush Says== Reincarnate brings your sad scalp and your fading dark hair colour back to life! It is the love child of two of our earlier shampoos and combines the scalp treatment of Rhassoul mud from the Moroccan Atlas Mountains with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/09 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I got a bar of Re-incarnte for my birthday and i was bit reluctant to use it! It does not look appealing and it doesnt have a great scent ulike most lush products. I went onto my lush store and asked about the product and I advised to use it, as I have natural brunette locks and the henna in the shampoo will give me great shine and help make my hair more antural and give it some life! So I bought some Veganese conditioner to make it soft after the wash and to give my hair a scent. So In the shower - Re-incarnate does not come in the rounded shape alike the majority of lush shampoo bars. I found It rather bulky to hold in the shower and not as easy ... Read the complete review
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