If you were an apple, you’d be a fine-apple… ūüććūüėČ (one that wasn’t harmed in the making of LUSH’s Gorgeous, obvs)

LUSH’s Gorgeous is… just that. I don’t use it often because¬†I got it for my mum,¬†but I do enjoy¬†slathering some onto my face every now and again as a refreshing treat.

Personally, I can’t really tell you much¬†about this product¬†because, as I said, I don’t use it a lot. However, it costs ¬£40something — that I am aware of! ūü§£

Gorgeous, as far as I know, is¬†great¬†for balancing the skin-tone…¬†My mum has hyper-pigmentation sun spots, so this is good for balancing out the skin-tone, or so I’ve heard…

A light but highly effective face cream. We‚Äôve filled this with freshly-juiced fruits, cold-pressed and organic oils to leave your skin feeling like velvet. Made fresh in small batches, we’ve used fresh pineapples, which contain enzymes to refine pores, fresh organic lemon and orange juices encouraging the skin to stay matte and to help remove dead skin cells, and orange blossom honey water to soothe and moisturise

LUSH’s Gorgeous, like most things, smells delightful… If I had to tell you what it smells like, I’d say a fruity and juicy Orange scent. I absolutely love¬†LUSH, its¬†products and their fragrances¬†live up to its name, LUSH!

I’ve used it a couple of times, each of those times I’ve noticed that, like Enzymion, it dries into my skin very quickly. However, unlike Enzymion (which dries matte), this one leaves a dewy glow.

Look, it’s major expensive in comparison to the other creams I’ve bought for myself and worked well. I don’t think paying ¬£40+ for it (if I was going to use it for myself alone) is justifiable.¬†However, my mum’s the one who’s been using it every day, and I’ve¬†noticed a brightness in her skin, and her dark spots are less noticeable.

I’ll be sharing¬†her entire beauty regime soon, because I’m sure it’ll help plenty of you.