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These Are The 9 Products From Lush That Are Actually Worth It

Yes, the Intergalactic bath bomb **is** actually the bomb.

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1. The Dream Cream Body Lotion

Since I've tried it, I don't buy anything else. In over a year, I'm only at just the beginning of my third pot, since there's no need to use very much. At the beginning, I didn't really like the smell, but I realize now that I like more natural smells that don't make you dizzy. It's super hydrating and nourishing, and as far as creams go, I can say that it is wonderful. — Jennifer Padjemi

Get a 8.4 oz tub for $29.95.

2. The Ocean Salt Face and Body Scrub

I love abrasive scrubs. There, I said it. I have thick skin that can handle scrubs, and I am a little obsessed with the idea of having clean skin every day. For that reason, Ocean Salt is perfect for me. The sea salt deeply cleanses, and the coconut and avocado oil leave the skin soft after rinsing. My only issue with it is the price — it is a little too expensive. — Pierre d'Almeida

Get a 4.2 oz container for $21.95.

3. The Mask of Magnaminty Face and Body Scrub

It has become my self care mask, especially after an exhausting week and a wined-up weekend. I often use it on Sunday nights, and wow, it's so purifying. The essential oil of peppermint has this powerful, almost spicy effect on the skin during the first minutes. Then, you have to wait a bit for it to calm down, and after rinsing, it leaves the skin truly soft. I've used it when I had a zit that was starting to develop, and when I applied this mask with a little tea tree essential oil, it disappeared right away.

You should definitely moisturize your skin afterwards, and if you have sensitive skin, do a skin test with it first. Also, remember to put your tub in the fridge to make it last longer. — Jennifer

Get a 4.4 oz tub for $14.95.


4. The Intergalactic Bath Bomb

It may sound a little gimmicky at first with all the color and glitter, but eventually, you'll give into enjoying a bath in such beautiful water. I don't take baths every day, but when I do, I want to get the most out of it. And this is the perfect bomb to do that. It also includes so many essential oils (grapefruit and cedarwood, for starters) and leaves your skin soft.

Just be careful of the residue this bath bomb might leave behind — if you don't want a rainbow tub for a month, you have to clean everything off immediately after the bath. — Jennifer

Get these for $7.95 each.

5. The Honey Lip Scrub

I put on lipstick almost every day, and this delicious-smelling honey scrub (I want to eat it every time!) saves my lips. After each use, they are well hydrated and really soft without any chapping. — Jennifer

Get a 0.8 oz container for $10.95.

6. The Big Shampoo

To be honest, I was not that enthusiastic about using a shampoo made of coarse sea salt. But despite its surprising texture (you get used to it), "Big" is actually an excellent surprise. The product is very efficient (you don't use very much of it at a time, and even less so if you're alternating with another shampoo), but it is also very rich in coconut oil, so it acts both as a cleanser and as a conditioner. I save time on my hair routine by detangling most of my knots even before I use conditioner. — Pierre

Get a 10.9 oz bottle for $29.95.

7. The Handy Gurugu Hand Lotion

I am a huge hand lotion fiend, and I had been told that Lush's hand lotions were not bad. And so Handy Gurugu has become my guru. I apply it especially in the morning, and I don't need to use it again until the next time I wash my hands; it is nourishing but not greasy (even though there is a ton of shea butter in it) and the one pot lasts for a long time. I've had it for three months, and there is still half left. — Jennifer

Get a 3.5 oz container for $21.95.


8. The Salted Coconut Hand Scrub

At first, I didn't understand the point of exfoliating your hands, but when you think about it, we use our hands for just about everything and should treat them well. After using this scrub, it felt like my hands regained their youth in five minutes. And the smell — it's all sea salt and coconut, and it smells SO. GOOD. — Jennifer

Get a 4.5 oz container for $16.95.

9. The R&B Hair Moisturizer

If, like me, you have natural hair, you know that hair care does not stop after shampoo, or even after an after-shampoo mask. R&B does its job well by reviving my curls without forcing me to shampoo again... and it smells extremely good. My personal advice: use it on damp hair rather than fully wet hair — Pierre

Get a 3.5 oz container for $25.95.

This post was translated from French.