Lush Pow Wow Lip Scrub Reviews
Product Type: Lush Lip Care
Description:Brand: Lush / Scrub / Type: Lip Scrub / What it does: Exfoliates,
Newest Review: ... that the popping candy serves no practical purpose and is just there for a bit of a twist on Lush's regular sugar lip scrubs. ... more
by - written on 29/06/12 (Very useful, 19 readings)
A couple of years ago Lush introduced their lip scrub range. Their lip scrubs are little 25g glass pots full of sugar which is coloured and can be used to scrub over your lips gently to get rid of dry skin and soreness. Lush states that using one of their lip scrubs will make your lips extra kissable! They cost £4.95 each. The Pow-Wow lip scrub was available as part of the 2011 Christmas range. Personally I never did understand its Christmas connotations. Colourwise it is a snot green and Pow Wow always makes me think of a comic superhero! The lip scrub is also scented with a lime scent, again not particularly Christmassy. The lime scent made me think of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
It's that time of year again - Lush have released their Christmas range! Ever since I became a fan of Lush I have looked forward to this time as Lush always make such an effort with their festive products. They always bring back some old favourites but each year they also release some brand new products, usually based around a particular theme. Unlike the last couple of years, which were inspired by fairy tales and Christmases from around the world, this year's collection is based around fun and innovation with more than a slight nod to Willy Wonka and his factory which makes many delicious delights - for instance one of Lush's gifts this year is called Billy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Although the pow wow lip scrub doesn't look very festive I had to buy it anyway whilst I was stocking up on Lush seasonal products as I am obsessed with lip scrubs and balms and this was one that I hadn't tried before. For some reason even though Lush are promoting pow wow as a seasonal product for Christmas they have decided to colour it green and not a nice shade either and I really did find this to be off putting when deciding to buy it or not. Once you get over the hideous colour then the actual scrub is okay and although quite good it isn't really up to their usual high standards. I do like that it is a bit different from the majority that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/13 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I have managed to overcome my Lush addiction - oh yes, it can be done! That said, I do still receive lovely Lush gifts sometimes from friends who are aware of my past obsession. One gift I received previously is this Pow Wow Lip Scrub, which was released as a limited edition seasonal item and is currently unavailable for purchase. Product description: "Our festive lip scrub to make sure that you are ready for any mistletoe action. As you start to rub this on your lips the popping candy in this scrub makes using this an event. You'll get the snap, crackle and pop effect as soon as you get going. Then, whilst you're enjoying the sound effects, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/12 (Very useful, 69 readings)
==Lush Pow Wow Lip Scrub== I am lucky enough to have a mother in law who knows how much I love all the Lush products and every year at Christmas and birthdays she will always buy me a large hamper of Lush products. This Christmas was no different and included in my hand picked hamper was this Pow Wow Lip Scrub. I have been a big fan of the other lip scrubs from Lush but up until now have not tried this particular version of scrub. As I say I was bought this for a Christmas present but having had a look in the Lush Times product paper I can tell you that if you wanted to buy it, a little pot containing 25grams will cost £4.75p which isn't ... Read the complete review
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