A hair moisturiser by lush

wishing you a happy saturday πŸ•Š here is a post to share a bit about a hair moisturiser by lush, a beautiful natural beauty care and skin care brand who create hand made (and a lot of vegan) beauty care products with fresh ingredients and eco friendly packaging. i bought a hair moisturiser by lush called the r and b moisturiser just a week or two ago to help to look after and keep my hair as nourished as possible as it is quite long (and light to medium brown and wavy) and although i sometimes use a natural oil just in the tips of my hair to help to keep it moisturised, i didn’t have a nourishing and leave in kind of moisturising product made especially for hair, with natural ingredients. i hope the post could be helpful in case you could love the lush brand and lush products a lot too, or could be looking for a hair moisturiser too to help to look after hair as much as possible.

a hair moisturiser by lush

the r and b hair moisturiser by lush came carefully packaged in a card board box in the post, and is packaged in a recyclable and round 100 g carton, made with recycled plastic. as noted by lush, the r and b moisturiser helps to revive the hair and balance the scalp, is a leave-in moisturiser, which is full of beautiful butters, oils and herbs, and is for all dry or curly hair types. a couple of the natural ingredients noted include oat milk, avocado butter, fair trade olive oil, extra virgin coconut oil, organic jojoba oil, orange flower absolute and jasmine absolute and the moisturiser is a light cream colour, quite thick and soft with a beautiful creamy and floral scent of jasmine. in case you could love jasmine a lot or natural beauty care products with a creamy and floral fragrance the hair moisturiser could be just right for you too.

as noted in the instructions, you can scoop up a little of the hair moisturiser with your fingertips and apply on dry hair (for afro or very curly hair) or after conditioning and before drying your hair (for straight, dry hair). after the moisturiser came in the post i tried applying the moisturiser both ways (on long, wavy hair) and found both to be so helpful, although also found it could be a bit easier to apply carefully on dry hair just to help to make sure i am using the right amount (not too much and not too little). i love the creamy and floral jasmine scent more and more each day, and the r and b moisturiser has helped a lot in nourishing and helping to keep hair moisturised, especially in the ends of hair where it can sometimes be a little more dry.

a brief summary of ideas noted

πŸ•Š wonderful points: recyclable packaging, quick and easy posting, carefully made with a lot of natural ingredients including beautiful butters, oils and herbs, a creamy and soft texture, with a beautiful creamy and floral jasmine scent, helpful and easy to apply, suitable for different hair types, nourishing and moisturising, helpful for looking after ends of hair

πŸ•Š helpful note: the r and b hair moisturiser is quite creamy and floral and is made with jasmine just in case you could be allergic or sensitive to quite floral scents or jasmine flowers

in case you could be hoping to check the r and b hair moisturiser on the lush website, or to find out a bit more about the hair moisturiser (and other kinds of natural beauty care and skin care products made by lush) a link to the homepage of the website is here

have you tried a natural hair care product by lush before too, or is there a different kind of natural and nourishing hair care product you often use and enjoy using a lot ?

sources: r and b hair moisturiser by lush packaging

please note: in case you could be hoping to check more natural beauty care or skin care posts for products made with natural and nourishing ingredients, please check the categories or the cloud of tags (just on the right hand side of the page)

disclaimer: please note, the post is not sponsored, endorsed by or affiliated with lush although i hope noting a bit about the brand and sharing the r and b hair moisturiser in a post could be helpful πŸ•ŠπŸŒΈ

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