LUSH

Hello, worth-itian/s! 😉

Welcome to Good Friday on Beauty Bae, where I’ll be reviewing anything and everything “Good”.

I’m virtually (and not violently) kicking things off with a review of LUSH’s ‘Let The Good Times Roll’. Who remembers the good times? Who can forget the good times? What is better than the good times? Nothing.

I have to say that, although I look like some type of LUSH Connoisseur, this is the first time I’m trying this…

My brother bought it for himself and told me about it! Oh, the shame of being a “beauty” blogger but having to be told by your own brother that you should try something…

Anyway, I tried it, and I’m now able to cast my honest (non-Robert Rinder) judgement. I rest all cases, especially the luggage ones!

‘Let The Good Times Roll’ has some pretty good ingredients in there… #BADUMTSCHHHHHHHHHHHH! Slam that symbol so hard it disjoints from the drum kit, bae! đŸ„đŸ’–

This face and body cleanser is a gentle treat for the skin, leaving you soft to the touch with a buttery popcorn fragrance. Maize flour and polenta gently exfoliate, whilst cinnamon powder stimulates and leaves you feeling fresh and revived, with beautifully soft skin. This gentle yet scrubby cleanser will soothe and soften your skin, giving it a natural glow.

Maize flour is aMAIZEing on the skin by the way… It’s basically like corn starch.

Anyway, LTGTR smells like cookie dough… It’s very sweet.

Even after you wash it off and dry your face, there’s still a sweet fragrance that sticks around… That’s one of the only things I can think of that might not be to everyone’s taste. Having said that, if you want to smell like cake or biscuit batter, this is the one.

Another thing that I think might “take the biscuit” for some people is the fact that it’s a little too gentle and soft…

What I mean is, if you’re into scrubs or cleansers that are rough enough to take off dead skin and impurities but not harsh enough to damage the skin, this one isn’t for you. If that’s more your thing, you need something like Ocean Salt or Dark Angels.

On the flip side, this one is good for those who suffer with sensitive or dry skin but want their skin to look soft and moisturised.

One thing I love about brands like LUSH: they don’t test their products on animals – and only purchase ingredients from farmers who don’t test on animals. 💖