Lately when I've been thinking about new blog posts, I realised there are so many awesome products I reviewed in the past but possibly not to my best abilities. So I've taken it upon myself to do some 'rereviews'.
For those who deem these kind of posts as 'lazy', fear not as they won't be extremely regular.
You can view my original review where I first fell in love with this shower gel here.
What www.lush.com says:
A shower gel to leave you feeling minty fresh and alert. Dirty Springwash leaves skin feeling invigorated - perfect after a workout at the gym. Spearmint and menthol create a tingling effect on the skin, and stimulates the mind. Thyme adds a herby note to the fresh scent.
On a trip to Guildford earlier in the week, I knew I had to make a stop by Lush as something was missing from my shower. If there's one thing I can't make it through the summer without, it's this.
This one was originally made for the 'dirty' boys but it's really a universal scent. It's loaded with spearmint oil and menthol crystals to give you that minty fresh scent. I will admit, it is an odd one. But when mixed with it's other ingredients I find that it steers away from the chemically mint scent that mouthwash is renowned for.
One thing I never noticed in the ingredients list before was fine sea salt. This shower gel is completely smooth so it won't irritate sensitive skin. I'm not sure why it's in there but it's definitely not for exfoliating.
There really is nothing better after a hot day than jumping into a lukewarm shower and using this. It would also be perfect to wake you up and get you ready for the day ahead. It really gives you that refreshed clean feeling.
It lathers up with barely any effort at all and it feels wonderful on the skin. Though I do find, whilst it doesn't dry my skin out, it doesn't leave it as soft and hydrated as other Lush shower gels that contain more nourishing oils, so definitely follow it up with a good body lotion.
This is one of my ultimate Lush staples and will always be a favourite of mine, especially in the warmer months.
£4.50 / 100g
£8.95 / 250g
£15.45 / 500g
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