Thursday, 11 June 2015

Lush charity pot | Review

I know I did a lush review last week but if you have been reading this blog for a long time, then you will obviously know that I am obsessed with lush. I might make this a weekly thing, would you like to see more lush product review? Let me know in the comments.

So about a year ago I got a tiny pot (About the size of a coin) of the lush charity pot to try. This cost me £1 but it smelt so good that I stupidly thought that was worth it. Fast forward a year, I re discovered it in lush and ended up buying a 95g pot of it for £6.95 which I thought was such a good price for this lovely body lotion.

The charity pot is quite a sweet scent but its not overpowering.
 The ingredients are:
Water (Aqua), Fair Trade Olive Oil, Glycerine, Organic Jojoba Oil, Moringa Oil, Fair Trade Colombian Cocoa Butter, Stearic Acid, Fair Trade Shea Butter, Triethanolamine, Geranium Oil, Rosewood Oil, Ylang Ylang Oil, Fair Trade Vanilla Absolute, Fresh Aloe Gel, Cetearyl Alcohol*, Citronellol*, Coumarin, Geraniol*, Linalool*, Limonene, Perfume. 

Once again that means absolutely nothing to me as I don't have a clue what some of the ingredients are, but for anyone curious then you can look up the different ingredients. Its also vegan so everyone can use, i know that one I used last week had honey in it, I think. Some vegans eat honey and some don't so I really love the fact the lush give the customers this information.

Now the thing I love most about this body lotion is that it has coca butter and shea butter in it. It smells so good and it makes my skin feel so soft.  Unlike other body lotions I have used, this one feels really light on my skin and doesn't take hours to dry. It's also great for dry skin, it really helped the dry skin on my hands and I always make sure I use this after work because when I get home my hands are always really dry.

I would really recommend this to anyone who's looking for a great body lotion that works really well and smells divine. Have you tried the charity pot from lush? What products would you recommend I try next? Let me know in the comments.

Bye for now xxx

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