18 November 2010

Review: Lush - Veganese Conditioner


They say ~ The majority of Lush products are vegan, but making a vegan conditioner without lanolin took us a few years. Absolutely refusing to be beaten, Helen Ambrosen finally found a formula that reached her high standards. Agar is really softening and conditions the hair follicles. Using agar seaweed gel as a hair softener, she created a perfect vegan conditioner with lavender and lemons for shine. Vegans and everyone with fine hair should choose this one and stick with it.

I say ~ I dont have fine hair, nor am I vegan. But, I like this conditioner all the same. I swap it about with Lush's American Cream conditioner so my hair doesnt come acustomed to either. Its worth noting that this doesnt have any silicones in it and so takes a while to get used to. This conditioner is so softening and is good for tangled hair I find. The scent is completly of lemons but its not a sour smell, more fresh. Doesnt really leave you smelling of lemons either! It is quite good for waking you up as well! This is a thin sort of conditioner in consistancy and it looks a little yellow / grey toned, I imagine that is down to the lemons though!

8/10

£3.50 - 100g

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