Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub

Would you just look at the texture of Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub - doesn't it look exactly like a blue Slush drink? As a child I lived for Slush Puppies and still to this say dream of owning a Slushie machine...dream big. Anyway to rid my skin of dry patches which were born from one too many Winter layer I have began loading up on body scrubs with my most recent purchase being Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub.

"An exfoliating shower scrub that can also be used to wash, volumise 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."

Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub

Basically Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub is a somewhat liquid based scrub that contains oodles of sea salt that foams and creates a slightly oily base when applied to wet skin. It smells great - slight aquatic yet fruity at the same time, much like daydreams of exotic beaches are made of. Unfortunately that is where my praise ends - Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub didn't offer much in terms of exfoliation, I felt like I really had to scrub manually with my hands to garner any kind of result and then worried that by doing so I would irritate my skin - less than ideal. Having stated this I do think it is only fair that I point out this could be the ideal texture for sensitised skin as it is really gentle, you would have to use it daily if not twice a day to really reap the reward of softer skin. The other problem I experienced was the really loose texture - wet hands and a slippery scrub do not make ideal partners. I lost more scrub down the drain than I care to mention, utterly frustrating and costly. The three times I began to try Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub I was so underwhelmed that I ended up following up with a quick rub over of Lush Ocean Salt which says it all really.

Above you will have noticed that Lush have stated you can use Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub on the hair and scalp which I would say is this products redeeming feature. Yes it is quite oily so you will want to apply and massage this into the scalp before shampoo rather than after. As someone who's hair grows tired of shampoo rather quickly and more often than not has lank hair this has been a revelation. Instantly spruced up hair with more volume than I could dream of, not to mention it gently exfoliates the scalp - removing any product build up to boot. As this does contain a high concentration of sea salt I would recommend spacing out use to avoid drying out the hair, following up with a hefty dose of conditioner.

Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub £8.75 via Lush - link.