Monday, 8 September 2014

Lush skin care products for oily/combination skin!

Hello once again,
Today I am going to be doing a post on some lush products for oily/combination skin and give you an insight on how to use them! 

The products that I'm going to post about have been designed for the needs of oily/combination skin and will make up a skincare routine.

First of all the most important thing is to clean your face and to do this I recommend using 'Angels on bare skin'. This product contains 'Kaolin'-which absorbs grease and dirt and 'Lavender'- to calm the skin. This product is £6.40 for 100g or £16 for 250g and leaves the skin feeling clean and fresh.

After I recommend scrubbing your face with 'ocean salt' a face and body scrub. This product contains 'avocado butter, coconut oil and seaweed absolute'- keeping skin soft and smooth and 'seasalt'- which is rich in minerals. It costs £13.25 a pot which is quite a lot but I found this product really effective at removing dry, patchy skin.

Next I would use a face mask to help clean, calm and clear the skin, a good one from lush for oily/combination skin is the 'mask of magaminty'. This product contains 'peppermint oil'- to stimulate and  'marigold' and 'chlorophyllin'- to treat the skin. This product costs £5.25 for a small pot or £9.25 for a large pot. I really enjoy using this product as it's really refreshing and is self preserving and lasts longer than the fresh face masks!

Once I have washed off the face mask, I like to pat my face dry then apply some moisturiser. One that I have been enjoying is 'imperialis' as after the oils have been removed from my face by the others I don't want to put oil back into my face and this product is just right for that! It costs £12.95 for 45g which is pricy and the smell isn't the best but this is a really nice product and I would defiantly recommend! 

 To finish off my skincare routine when I have spots and blemishes, I think 'grease lightning' to help clear them up. This product 
contains 'rosemary', 'thyme', 'antioxidant witchhazel' and 'tea-tree'- as they are all antibacterial. This product costs £6.25 each and only comes in one size. It is in a clear, jelly like form which is easy to apply but is begs applied before the spot has fully appeared if possible!

All of these products are available In store or online at Lush and if you ask in store or online when ordering something for a sample of a product you would like to try they are almost always happy to give you a sample to try to see if you like it first!

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  1. I love LUSH products! Might have to try these ones out! Abi :) MyW0rldMyView

  2. I adore LUSH too! I haven't really delved into there skincare range just yet (with the acception of the Tea Tree Water - BEST THING EVER :D) but with your recommendations I may try these out too. Especially Grease Lightning!

    Tilly xx

  3. I really want to try some of Lushs' skincare. Which one would you recommend the most?

    1. I would recommend the mask of magaminty face and body mask! It's really refreshing and cooling on the skin!

  4. these sound like great products! I love lush, but I've never tried these! x

  5. I love Lush! Will have to give these product ago! I've tried the Cupcake mask and it's great if you suffer from breakouts. Fab post!

    Roxie x

  6. Wonderful post...I like your blog.^^
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    Lovely greets Nessa

  7. Great post! I've been meaning to try out the Lush face masks for a while!