Friday, 16 March 2012

Angels with dirty faces.

After spending forever in Lush in Leeds, I decided to give two products a go myself. I've heard so many good things about Lush stuff, don't get me wrong I've tried the odd bath bomb and somehow once ended up with a free make-up pot.. But I thought it was time to take the plunge and give their skincare range a go. As you know I'm forever windging about my skin. I've never been happy with it and probably never will be but I do like to look after it. I picked up two pots of facial clenser, one for everyday use and the other (as advised my the Lush expert) for use a couple of times a week.



So my everday clenser is Angels on bare skin. I have seen a few blogs raving about this, and it has some fab reviews on Lush's website. It has the strangest texture but smells divine! It has actual bits of lavender in, so make you feel refreshed and smelling fab. You take a pinch in your hand, wet your hands and rub together to get a pastey texture, then use as a normal clenser. This could be used as an exfoliator too, because it is slightly bitty and will help to remove dead skin cells!



This is my clenser to use every few days. As you can see its called Dark Angels, I'm not sure if this was made to use alonside the other one, but I'm mixing it up a bit! I was advised to only use this occassionally as it is for super oily skin, and it helps to remove oil. Now, my skin oilyness has improved dramatically over the past few years, but I do still get the odd oily patch. I don't want to strip all the oil from my skin and make it worse so this is for my oily day. I haven't tried this one yet but it does look fun.


My favourite part about Lush products? They are very much against animal testing and are 100% preservative free (therefore have a use by date!). I really don't know why I haven't given Lush products a go before. I was given a free Lush newspaper when I picked up my face wash, and there are so many things I want to try. Next up is their fake tan massage bar thing..

Do you have Lush fav's?

Katie x

P.S my spell checker isn't working - appologies for the spelling mistakes!
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  1. This both sound good. I have always wanted Lush, but I have never gotten it, but maybe I should!

    http://everydayrachel21.blogspot.com/

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  2. I'm the same, I've heard so much in the blogosphere about Lush products, but I've only tried the bath bombs. I wonder if they'd be suitable for sensitive skin considering the strong fragrances? xx

    http://sugaryspiceandallthingsnice.blogspot.com/

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    1. They do some fragrence free products too! I have really sensetive skin and ive been okay. Maybe go in and have a chat to the experts :) x

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  3. I used to use angels on bare skin and loved it! There's not a lush in my town though unfortunately


    Laila x
    thekittenswhiskers.blogspot.com

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  4. The black charchol face scrub looks so strange, but if it's lush I'd defiantly try it :)
    I just love lush!

    Shannen Xx

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    1. It smells like Lemon strangly! x

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  5. Might need to try this out :)

    Love your blog, now following

    Emilie xox

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  6. These look really good, great review! I've never tried any lush products before, I have only just found your blog and am now a follower. :-) xx

    http://thebeautyoflouise.blogspot.com

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    1. They are lovely!! you should defietly give them a go! Following back :) x

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  7. I'm seeing Lush products pop up on everyones blog and I really need to get myself to Lush and check them out cus they look so good! I have oily skin too so this post was really interesting for me! Fab blog by the way! :)

    http://beautybyemma.blogspot.com

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  8. Angel's on bare skin is one of my all time favourite Lush products. I love it. x

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  9. You have inspired me! I'm going to go and have a look in lush now! Lovely post :)
    Kendall from www.trendswb.blogspot.com xx

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