Lush Soft Shampoo Bar Reviews
Product Type: Lush hair care products
Description:Brand: Lush / Type: Hair Shampoo / Citrus bar for shine, body, and bounce in soft water areas /
Newest Review: ... my hair and keeping it shiny, there are other, cheaper shampoos that do the same thing (both from Lush and other stores). The ... more
Customer Lush Soft Shampoo Bar Reviews (8)
by - written on 23/07/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Soft Shampoo Bar I went to the opening of the new lush store in the arndale in manchester and they were having this offer as it was a new store, where if you spent £20 you got a free goodie bag. So I bought the items that I forgot to get last saturday and this is one of the products that was in the goodie bag. And I am really glad that this was in it, as I was one of those products that I wanted to try, but didn't know whether to get it. One thing I am not sure about is that on the bag that I got this in, it says that it is the soft shampoo bar. But the picture on the site on here is blue, and mine is pink (Maybe they changed the colour or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Even though I am such a but Lush junkie before a few weeks ago I had never tried any of their hard shampoo's and the reason for that is I basically couldnt understand how you used them and I though £5 for one application was way to expensive but after readin some reviews here on Dooyoo I realised my assumptions were totally wrong and went to Lush to buy a bar or two to take to the gym with me. I ended up buying two shampoo bars from Lush that day which Ive been alternating at the gym ever since and the one Im going to review today is "Hard Shampoo - Soft" how contradicting is that name by the way! Useful Information: Price: Around ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/09, updated on 17/07/09 (Very useful, 406 readings)
Having been recently converted to the Lush shampoo bars, I thought I would review one which I buy to take away with me when I go to Scotland, and to other places which have soft water. I know some reading this may never have tried these bars but they are something I wouldn't be without. At first I have to admit being totally sceptical. I like Lush products in general, but some are pricy alternatives, and the cost soon mounts up if you use them exclusively. They do, however, sell some products which are marginally cheaper to use than conventional alternatives, and which have unique benefits as well. One of these has to be the collection of solid ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 117 readings)
At one time I used to be a real Lush addict and whenever we went anywhere where there was a branch of this wonderfully fragranced shop I would be in there treating myself. Sadly the last few things that I have tried have resulted in me having to write to Lush to complain so, adding this fact to the high prices, I have changed my allegiance to the Body Shop! Mind you I shall still pop into a Lush shop when I see one just for a sniff! When it came to Christmas last year I received some items that Dave had bought for me when we were in Edinburgh last autumn - he buys stocking fillers from about September onwards and I end up with a bag full of smellies and other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/12/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I have tried a number of Lush's solid shampoo bars and when I found out that two of them, the Soft bar and the Hard bar, were being discontinued a few months ago I ran out and bought one of each. They are designed for use in different areas of the country - the Soft bar for soft water areas, and the Hard bar for hard water areas. I chose the Hard bar in anticipation of my move to London (this bar is currently languishing in a cupboard as this move sadly hasn't happened yet), and the Soft bar for use at home in the North East. I've almost come to the end of this bar so I decided it was an ideal time to review it. The Soft bar is bright blue in colour, and seems ... Read the complete review
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