Lush Prince Shaving Cream Reviews
Product Type: Lush Hair Removal
Description:Brand: Lush / Creams / Type: Shave Cream / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... soft, smooth underarms. Prince costs £5.50 for a 100g tub and £9.95 for a 220g tub. This is pricey, but in line with other ... more
Customer Lush Prince Shaving Cream Reviews (11)
by - written on 24/09/12 (Very useful, 70 readings)
If you read my reviews regularly you will know that I am trying to sample every single Lush product. This becomes slightly more difficult when it comes to the products designed for men! Having said that, most products from Lush, even if designed for men or women, are pretty much unisex. In the case of the Prince shaving cream, it's pretty explicit that it's aimed at men. However, I shave too - albeit not my face! - and I saw no reason why I shouldn't give this product a go myself. Lush state that this is their most "exquisite and sophisticated" shaving cream. Its full name is Prince Triple Orange Blossom: orange flower absolute, sweet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/11 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I bought this shaving cream a couple of months ago as I thought that it would be an interesting product to try after I ran out of my normal gel. It claims to help moisturise your skin while you shave which I thought was a bonus, and it smelt really nice. I tried some on my hand in the shop and it had a nice silky feel. When I next shaved my legs, I rubbed a small amount of the cream onto my calves - I kept the amount small as I've used other Lush moisturisers and a little tends to go a long way. The first thing I noticed was that it was kind of 'sticky' and resistant to the water, a bit like vaseline. I am a bit of a cheapskate with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I don't normally use shaving foam, as I find it dries my skin, but on one of my frequent trips to Lush, I was recommended a shaving cream for my legs. There were four different ones to choose from and I went for 'Prince' because I liked the smell best. I was told that as this is a cream and not foam, it would moisturise my skin rather than have a drying effect, I bought a 100g tub at a price of £4.99. The tub it comes in is one of Lush's standard black pots, and it can be purchased in the 100g that I went for, or a larger size of 225g at a cost of £8.95. As with all Lush's black pots, if you collect five of them you can return them to the store in exchange for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/10 (Very useful, 51 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 24/02/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I received some of Lush's excellent men's products for christmas in a hamper and one of those products was a tub of Prince shaving cream. It comes in a 100g pot and is black in colour so it does manage to look ever so slighly masculine even though it comes from one of the girliest shops around. Inside the pot the cream is a light beige colour and it has a very thick and gooey consistancy. The smell coming from the cream was quite nice and a bit ususual for a man's shaving cream. It was citrusy and almost flowery but it wasn't overpowering and I really liked it. To use the cream you just need to get some and slather it across the areas you ... Read the complete review
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