Hello to those who take care of yourself!
Lush is my favorite brand. Today I’ll tell you about my experience with a multifunctional product - Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub.
An exfoliating shower scrub that can also be used to wash, volumize and add shine to hair. Packed with mineral-rich sea salt, Rub Rub Rub can be used as a gentle scrub on wet skin, or on dry skin for a really good buff before you get in the shower. Sea salt, a natural antiseptic as well as exfoliant, is combined with lots of lemon juice to leave your skin feeling rejuvenated and it also adds shine and volume to hair.
I’ve got my scrub in a gift box, so it’s mini version.
It comes in a classy Lush pot made of recycled plastic. The screw cap can be removed completely.
My pot was lying near the other products in the box, so it looks a little bit shabby now.
All the Lush pots have a sticker with a man who created the product. Jerry was making my scrub, so thank you, Jerry!
Volume: 130 g
Expiration date: 10 months after opening
Fine Sea Salt (Sodium Chloride) , Sodium Laureth Sulfate ,Fresh Organic Lemon Juice (Citrus limonum) , Water (Aqua) , Sodium Cocoamphoacetate , Jasmine Flower Infusion (Jasminum officinale) , Mimosa Absolute (Acacia decurrens) , Orange Flower Absolute (Citrus Aurantium amara) , Jasmine Absolute (Jasminum grandiflorum) ,Lemon Oil (Citrus limonum) , Lactic Acid , Lauryl Betaine ,*Limonene , Lilial , Fragrance , Blue 1 , Red 28 .
The scrub is preservative-free!
Texture and scent
The first thing I’ve noticed is the color!
It’s bright blue, which is my favourite color, by the way.
There’s nothing special about the texture. The oodles of sea salt was diluted with water. It looks the following way:
The fine salt, which could’ve been treated somehow, isn’t harsh. The scrub lathers alright.
The smell is also amazing and quite clear. I felt a jasmine scent.
As soon as you open the pot, the scent is heard all over the room.
How to use
The manufacturer advises to use it in two ways:
If you want a gentle scrub, use it under running water like a shower gel. If you like it rough, get a big handful straight from the pot, rub onto a dry body then into the shower.
Here it is, I’ve applied it
Started spreading it out
The scrub polishes, but doesn’t damage the skin, yet it seems so soft and smooth that I want to touch all the time. But the only complaint I have about it is that the skin is not moisturized after use.
I don’t like when my skin is dry, but I want to apply some moisturizer or even oil.
I feel the scent for about an hour.
The scrub works well for feet also. I use it this way to get smooth feet.
This product could also be used as shampoo.
Lush produced the similar in properties shampoo earlier, called Ocean. The products contain almost the same ingredients actually, but the size of the salt is bigger in “Ocean”.
The scrub leaves the hair and scalp squeaky clean, but I can’t say I liked it. It’s impossible to run through the hair, as it’s utterly de-oiled. Nothing changes even when I use some mask after that, it feels so dry.
Additionally, I’ve applied the scrub only on the roots. I carried out this experiment 3 times, but didn’t like it.
I thought that I’ll be washing my hair less frequently due to this shampoo-scrub, but no miracle occurred.
I read that some girls use it as facial scrub also, but I don’t want to try this. Besides, I’ve got many face care products.
Lush products are something special to me. These scents are really strong and the products are not common in use.
Once I’ve tried Lush, I couldn’t stop using it! It’s a bit pricey, but I won’t stop buying these products.
I guess, I’ll purchase one more scrub in the same volume I can’t say that this scrub is in the category of must have things, but I enjoy it.
Moreover, I like that it’s cruelty-free!
Will I repurchase it? Yep!