I’d read about this on Divya’s blog sometime last year and it stuck in my mind since she’d mentioned it to be a good buy for dull and lifeless hair. So when my hair went through a bad patch last winters, I picked this up from the Lush store along with Lush I Love Juicy Shampoo. And I’m glad I picked this up or else I may have been terrorized by my limp hair.
About Lush Veganese Conditioner :-
Lavender and lemon all-round conditioner for all hair types. Our vegan customers have quite enough to put up with without having rough, dull, tangled hair. The majority of Lush products are vegan, but making a vegan conditioner without lanolin (from sheared sheep’s wool) took us a few years. Absolutely refusing to be beaten, Helen Ambrosen finally found a formula that reached her high standards, using agar seaweed gel as a hair softener with lavender and lemons for shine. It’s an effective conditioner for you to use. Vegans and everyone with fine hair should choose this one and stick with it.
My experience with Lush Veganese Conditioner:-
- Packaging â€“ This comes in a transparent plastic bottle with a flip top lid.
- Color & Texture â€“ This shower gel looks like a normal creamy brown moisturizer. Its quite thick but not as thick as American cream which was a task to get out of the bottle when almost over. This is slightly runny. I did notice a tiny bit of lather but nothing too intense.
- Fragrance â€“ This smells like lavender and I love that! It doesn’t last too long though which is the only point against them.
My sole reason for getting this was the thought that this could be the better half of Lush I Love Juicy and help in sprucing up my lifeless mane and calming the strays that kept popping out of everywhere.
Did this help in smoothening my hair? Yes definitely! I could feel and see the difference withing 3 washes.
Did this help in livening up my hair? Yes, it did help add volume and didn’t weight down my hair at all.
Did it help calm the wayward strands? Not really..I noticed that they seemed lesser than usual while at home and at work. But the minute I go out in the sun it takes just 20mins for more cranky strands to squeeze their way out for a tan 😉 So where this is a nice conditioner and all, it may not be the best for super hot summers.
Pros of Lush Veganese Conditioner: –
- The fragrance is very pleasant and not at all strong
- I luve the 100gms packs for travel.
- Available in Lush stores and online as well.
- It actually does smoothen the hair.
- Helps with frizz provided the weather isn’t scorching hot.
- Formula is not too thick that you need to wrestle with the bottle to squeeze the product out.
- Doesn’t leave any residue on the scalp and hence my mane feels quite light after usage.
- Adds a bit of shine to the hair.
- Helps add volume.
- Lush doesn’t test on animals.
Cons of Lush Veganese Conditioner:-
- Doesn’t help reduce frizz in summers.
- Quite pricey.
- Effectiveness: 4/5
- Fragrance: 4/5
- Packaging: 4.5/5
- Price vs. Quality: 4/5
Â Have you tried Lush Veganese Condtioner ?
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