Review : Lush BIG Shampoo

Lush BIG Shampoo  

About the product :- 

A volumising shampoo made with seaweed and sea salt. While the salt lifts the hair and adds body, it also softens the hair alongside extra virgin coconut oil and protein-rich toothed wrack seaweed. Lemon and lime allow the hair to shine as they allow the cuticles on your hair to lie flat, meaning they reflect more light.

How to use :-

Use a small amount on wet hair and work it in well to build lather. Rinse !! Follow up with a LUSH conditioner for soft tresses

Ingredients :-

Sea salt, coarse, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, lemon infusion, fresh, organic, seawater, fresh, Seaweed Infusion, sawn sea oak, Lauryl betaine, Lime juice, fresh, organic, coconut oil, extra virgin, Neroli essential oil, Mandarin essential oil, Fair Trade vanilla absolute, orange blossom absolute, * Limonene, methyl ionone, perfume.
* Naturally occurring in essential oils.

My thoughts :-

Lush big shampoo is one of the lush’s popular & much raved product , suitable for all hair! Its a very special shampoo, as it contains sea salt, seaweed and lemon, which allow you to thoroughly clean your hair without weakening it.

People with fine hair swears by it , so I gave it a try & im glad to say that it really does what it says !

I love the smell, very relaxing & mild neroli & citrus , that lasts foreverrrrrrr ( One of the reason why I love lush is b’coz of their smell )
it definitely gave my fine hair lots of volume but at the same time it was balanced and bouncy.

As well as being a volumising shampoo, this shampoo is a clarifying one too.
I would not recommend to use this on a daily basis because my scalp became slightly dry/itchy ( possibly due to the sea salt in this product)

So I consider it as a weekly pampering treatment for your hair 🙂

Sea salt is also full of minerals & de-greases hair , removing dead skin cels & dirt without stripping natural oils for a fresh , squeaky clean feeling. Sea salt with seaweed infusion balanced with extra virgin coconut oil & avocado butter for soft nourished locks. & finally fress citrus juices are squeezed in for incredible shine. It’s no wonder this one is a best seller !!

This shampoo can be found in the Lush shops and Lush website

Price:- AED 137/330g

What do you think? Have you ever tried it !



Beauty Hacks : Tea Tree Oil

Hey Lovelie
Today’s post is on
~ How do I use tea tree “essential” oil ~
First of all lets put some light on whats tea tree oil ~
Tea tree oil Is also known as “Melaleuca oil” It has been used for centuries by cultures around the world to heal wounds.


Its: antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antiviral, balsamic, cicatrisant, expectorant, fungicide, insecticide, stimulant and sudorific substance.

Wow!! Sounds super HG right ?! 😀 Ands smells great too The magical healing and disinfectant properties that is in the oil can be used as a cure for almost all tropical infections and diseases!!
✨How i use it ✨

Acne :

one of the best home remedies for acne.Tree oil has powerful antibacterial properties ,Just apply a drop of this wonderful oil straight on your pimple using a Q-tip before going to bed (do it for couple of nights) and see your acne healing. (Don’t apply Tea Tree oil all over your skin, target only your acne breakouts.) You can also add about 10 drops of the antibacterial Tea Tree oil to your regular face wash.

Muscles pain :
Tea tree essential oil can provide relief from muscular pain, aches, and sprains because its strong chemical properties can work as an anti-inflammatory (add few drops into your bathtub and just relax for good 10-15 minutes)

Flu :
Diffuse through the air, add a drop to the pillow, or gently massage into the feet to absorb the properties into the blood stream quickly.

Treat the common cold by inhaling steam infused with the oil, or massage into the feet and over the chest or other areas of concern.

Brush Cleansing:
effectively and safely disinfects and cleans your brushes quickly & kill germs .Add two drop of tea tree oil per 1/4 cup of warm or hot water in your container of choice and soak or spray your tools. Rinse with sterile water and let dry.

Dandruff cure :
Tea Tree oil benefits include dandruff cure.Tea Tree oil has been used as an effective treatment for dandruff for many years. Just add a few drops of Tea Oil mixed in with your usual shampoo; wash and rinse out as usual.

Dry/Itchy Eyes:
Although no essential oil should ever be put IN the eye, you can still benefit from the oil by diffusing it or placing your head over a steaming pot of water with a drop of melaleuca in it.

Facial Mist :
great face freshner , just after your workout
fill your spray bottle with rose water/drinking water & add 3-4 drops of tea tree essential oil … and spray it when you need that freshness kick … ( you can use this as your DIY homeMade Deo too) 😉

However, it is not meant to be ingested, and is poisonous. It is meant for topical application only!

I would like to officially announce that I am not a pro beauty expert 😀 but everything is based on my personal experience !

Hope you enjoy this post! Lots of Love Zeee !! ❤️

Review!!! LUSH MOVIS “the bread soap”

Hey my beautiful glamista’s
I Have been busy with few stuff lately !!

So, Recently I visited the best store “LUSH”

I was really excited to see the ‘Rose Jam’ shower gel is back.. Yay 😍

& finally stocked it up before it goes out of stock.. LoL

And my next purchase was ….

Movis is inspired by Mo Constantine, one of the founders of Lush, who loves to bake when she has a spare minute away from designing new products for consumers to feign over. And true to form, this soap really does look like a slice of freshly baked bread.

It’s made using a combination of wholemeal bread, sunflower and coconut oils, wheat bran, wheat germ and cocoa butter; a mixture that isn’t far off what you’d use to create an edible loaf of bread. These ingredients, combined with sugar and a whole lot of water, create a unique but equally wonderful product.

My thoughts on it :

Super weird,
super squidgy, but super brilliant. it’s consistency is very different to what you’d expect from a soap. It’s very soft and bendy, similar in consistency to a slice of cake,This is honestly the strangest textured soap I have ever used- it’s basically like washing with a piece of bread, but it’s (b)utterly wonderful. It’s almost sponge-like but lathers up very well. It leaves your skin feeling very clean and smoooooooth (and smelling bread-like!) and I use it on my hands and feet too as well due to its soothing/cleansing properties. 😍😍

You guys should definitely give it a try..😘😘 i will surely repurchase it ❤️

Do let me know your thoughts on this bread guy…

Much love

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