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Lush-a-licious

The last thing we did before leaving Philly was stop in at Lush. I was out of shampoo and figured if we were going to be near a store, I'd rather shop there than order online and pay shipping. In the end, we got ripped off $16 for parking but I was able to actually touch and smell and sample, which you can't do online or from the catalog.

Admittedly, I was a very bad girl. I grabbed a basket. That was the first mistake. Way too easy to over-shop when you don't have to juggle stuff in your hands.

I ended up with:
  1. Ocean Salt Scrub-- a product I've used before and loved.
  2. Jungle Solid Conditioner- this is a newish product and I'm curious to try it out. No packaging!
  3. Veganese Conditioner- amazing stuff
  4. I Love Juicy- the most incredible shampoo for oily hair ever
  5. Karma Komba- a solid bar shampoo, no packaging, great for travel
  6. Seanick- another solid shampoo bar
  7. Each Peach Massage Bar- yummiest smelling ever
I am a spoiled, spoiled girl.

I used the Seanick shampoo and Jungle conditioner that night. My hair was fantastic. So soft, lightly scented and CLEAN.

glass_lion, I know you don't often splurge on yourself but this stuff is soooo good.  I think it's totally worth the cost because the stuff does what it is supposed to do, uses no chemicals, it lasts for a really long time AND it's environmentally sound.

So I went ahead and found there's two Lush stores in your area: one at 400 Pine Street in Seattle and one in Bellevue Square.

Wayne manages to take the worst pictures of me but I'll share it anyway

Comments

purplejuli
Jul. 31st, 2008 04:52 pm (UTC)
I agree... it's stupid, but if that's the biggest criticism of their stuff, that's not a big deal.

I've loved everything I got from them with the exception of Coolaulin conditioner. It smelled like smoke and was supposed to smell like coconut.
redqueenmeg
Jul. 31st, 2008 04:57 pm (UTC)
Y'know, I've found that with other coconut-flavored products from other places too! It's like "coconut" means "burnt coconut" when it comes to cosmetics.

I got used to it after awhile but it was odd.

It was this stuff http://www.ihealthtree.com/queen-helene-hand-body-lotion-cocoa-bt-16oz.html

I found it at Costco because I am cheap. :D