I am back with a review of another LUSH product. It’s the most expensive skin care product that I have bought ever and among all the LUSH products that I have tried, this is the one that has disappointed me. Read on to know why.
There are many reviews of lush products meant for oily acne prone skin here on Wise She which are as follows:
- LUSH Fresh Farmacy Face Cleanser Review
- Lush Tea Tree Toner/Lush Tea Tree Water Review
- Lush Crash Course In Skin Care Mask Review
- Lush Cup Cake Mask|Lush Sacred Truth Mask & Lush Honey Face Mask Review
- Lush Herbalism Cleanser Review
- Lush Mask Of Magnamity review
About Lush Vanishing Cream:-
The low fat moisturizer, making your skin troubles vanish. If you have acne, oily skin, spots on your T-zone (forehead, nose and chin) you could use a pot of our new Vanishing Cream. It’s not magic, though, it’s beautifully traditional natural science. We make it with a new low-fat base, so it’s light as a feather and sinks in. There’s no cocoa butter; although we love it, we know it’s not for everyone. Instead, we use shea butter and deeply softening linseed gel, with low-fat camellia, grapeseed and jojoba oils. Of course, you don’t have to have problem skins to use it; if you’d like a comforting, balancing moisturizer that keeps your skin clear with lavender, neroli and geranium essential oils, then walk this way. But if your skin torments you every day, making you over-oily, spotty, red or sore then you definitely need this. Use it with Herbalism, Angels on Bare Skin, Fresh Farmacy, Tea Tree Water, or a new Tea Tree Toner Tab.
- Price– Rs 2640 for 45 gms
- Ingredients– Linseed Infusion (Linum usitatissimum), Water (Aqua), Rose Water (Rosa centifolia), Lavender Honey Water (Lavandula augustifolia), Organic Grapeseed Oil (Vitis vinifera), Honey (Mel), Organic Jojoba Oil (Simmondsia chinensis), Witch Hazel Extract (Hamamelis virginiana), Fair Trade Organic Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii),Camella Oil (Camella japonita), Lavender Oil (Lavandula augustifolia), Neroli Oil (Citrus amara), Geranium Oil (Pelargonium graveolens), Glycerine, Tincture of Benzoin (Styrax benzoin), Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool, Stearic Acid, Cetearyl Alcohol, Triethanolamine, Methylparaben, and Propylparaben and Perfume.
- Packaging– Like most LUSH products it comes in a small black tub with screw top lid.
- Texture– The cream is very light and skin does not feel oily at all after applying it.
- Smell– Has a very subtle scent of lavender.
My experience with Lush Vanishing Cream
I have acne prone skin and could never find any moisturizer that suited my skin. I bought this on impulse along with Fresh Farmacy, Grease Lightning, Tea Tree Water-all the products that LUSH claims to treat acne. This a very light moisturizer that does not feel heavy when applying and gets absorbed very easily and does not make my face oily. A small amount goes a long way and one tub will last months. It has never broken me out nor does it clogs my pores. I got this in winter because my skin gets super dry and I did not find it moisturizing enough. But the biggest issue for me is the unhygienic packaging. I just don’t like sticking my fingers in the pot every time considering all the bacteria and germs left behind in the tub. Also it does nothing on my existing blemishes which it claims to Vanish.
Pros of Lush Vanishing Cream:-
- Does not cause acne
- Does not clog pores
- Very light, gets easily absorbed and controls oil.
Cons of Lush Vanishing Cream:-
- Not moisturizing enough
- Unhygienic Packaging
- No effect on existing blemishes.
For me the cons of this product outweigh the pros and after finishing the existing tub, I will not be buying this again.
Have you tried Lush Vanishing Cream?
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