Wednesday, 24 February 2016

First Impressions: Lush Seanik Shampoo Bar

"This solid seaweed, sea salt and lemon bar gives great shine and volume, with an uplifting summer scent for that buoyant feeling. We’ve added a combination of Irish moss gel (made from bushy red seaweed), with protein-rich Japanese nori seaweed and fine sea salt to give hair some oomph. Lemon oil makes your hair shine, and we’ve added the heady tropical scents of mimosa, jasmine and orange flower essential oils."

I love Lush shampoo bars and I think that they're a great product that is good for your hair and actually quite cost effective in the long term. I have had 3 different types of shampoo bars now and the last one disappointed me. Not because I didn't like it, I just found that it didn't last long at all (it was the Montalbano one). Maybe this was because I didn't have the tin to keep it in, but it just crumbled apart and became very hard to use within a couple of weeks. I'm hoping this one will last longer as I do think they are really worth the money. 

The Seanik shampoo bar (£5.95) is made up with sea salt to help exfoliate the scalp and lemon oil which will refresh and invigorate. Meaning that this is a very fresh (almost sealike wink wink) shampoo bar and that feeling transfers onto your hair to make it feel very clean and refreshed. It describes itself as having a "summer scent" but I find it quite mild, pleasant and very fresh. I have found lately that using this gives me clean and shiny hair, but also that I can leave it longer in between washes than I would usually get with my bog standard shampoo. That's great for the lazy girls like me out there who cannot be bothered to wash their hair every other day. 

I would highly recommend checking this out if you have never tried Lush shampoo bars before. This one seems ideal for a range of hair types with essential oils to combat dryness but with sea salt and lemon to make it clean and shiny. Out of the three I've tried, this one seems to suit my hair to most and I'd say my favourite so far! 

Til' next time! XOXO


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