I just want to say I love all of your videos! Your voice has such a nice tone and you describe the products so well (a lot of Lush reviewers say "I don't know it just smells really good" over and over)! :)
hello! can you recommend a body soap for somewhat sensitive, acne-prone skin? i tried sandstone which was working at first, but i think it might be too much exfoliation (which made me break out more). but maybe i could alternate between sandstone and something else?
The funny thing was that as soon as I read acne-prone I thought “Sandstone” right away LOL But then I read further. I find that Honey I Washed The Kids has been great on my sunburn, so it should be good on your sensitive skin :) Also, rub Sandstone between your hands and then apply gently onto your skin because I think this is a great body-acne-fighting soap :) Hope this helps!
should i store my solid shampoo and conditioner in an air tight container or in an open one? which is best? i'd like for them to last as long as possible. thanks
I dry my shampoo off before I stick it in the tin, but I think drying it off and then putting it in a ziploc bag would be good too :) My boyfriend likes to put his shampoo/conditioner on a little rack in his shower so it dries off :)
I just wanted to apologize for being kind of on hiatus lately and not posting any new videos and not a lot of photos. I also wanted to let all of you know that I have loads of videos ready to be edited then uploaded and I am very excited to share them with you!
If you were wondering, I am in the exam process at school and I am also moving out! I have lots of shifts scheduled at LUSH and everything is going very smoothly. Unfortunately, this leaves very little room for social media and I am sorry if I cannot reply to your messages quickly.
Hey, I see you're kindly giving advice to confused people, so I hope you don't mind me asking... I'd really love to buy some Lush facial cleaner and maybe a mask and some other products, but I'm not sure what I should get. I have acne, but I'm currently using topical retinoids, so my skin is also dry and sensitive at the same time - crazy combination, I know. What products would you recommend? Thanks in advance! :)
Definitely Ultrabland! I’d be scared to use a bunch of other products while on medication!