It seems like a long time since I wrote a Lush post, a few weeks maybe, I'm addicted. I think I need to go to Lush Rehab, is that a thing? Today I'm here to talk to you about another one of Lush's scrubs, and it's another positive post, are you surprised? My love for Lush is like some people's love for food, it's something I need everyday. I don't think there's been a day in the past month where I haven't used a Lush products at least once a day. Does that make me madly, truly, deeply in love with Lush?
Anyway, back to the scrub! This is Lush's Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub. How have I only just noticed how catchy the name is? I can't stop saying it now. Rub Rub Rub is a bright blue scrub, a bit like the ocean, which links to it being a sea salt scrub. It has a citrus scent, which isn't overpowering, with hints of jasmine creating a blossom scent. I really like the scent as I find it really refreshing, which I love as it's like it's refreshing your skin too. It's described as a hair and body scrub, and although I've only used it on my skin, I can see it giving your hair a hell of a lot of volume and make it shiny as lemon juice is great for that too.
The amount of product you get in the pot is very generous for the price. It retails at £8.75 for 330g, which doesn't seem like a lot in the pot, but when you start to use it you realise that it's actually a very good amount. I've used this scrub a lot in the past two months, and I'm not even half way through it. I can see this lasting me a while. You don't need to use loads of product, as it goes a long way. I find this scrub really exfoliates the skin, leaving it smooth as all dry patches are removed, which is perfect for the winter season as my skin gets so dry.
If you're looking for that perfect all round scrub, this is the product for you. It can be used on the body or face to exfoliate and remove dry skin, or in your hair to add volume and shine. I am definitely going to be trying this in my hair soon as it's so flat and dead due to being dyed way too many times, oops! I'm nearly au natural now, I promise!
What's your favourite all rounder scrub?