As I stated in my last Lush product review, I've been a fan of Lush products for a long time now, and today I'm going to do a review on Lush's Herbalism face and body cleanser.
I've been mixing up my cleansers for a while now, veering towards more natural products and remedies. I used honey as my cleanser for a while, which I liked but didn't completely do the job for my oily, acne-prone sensitive skin.
I've been recently using Black African Soap from Shea Moisture (check out my haul here!) and I loved it but still wanted to explore my options.
When I went to Lush recently, one of the girls working there told me that Herbalism was perfect for my type of skin and would help with my breakouts.
Lush describes Herbalism as ''gently exfoliating, deep-cleansing'' and ''helps to balance out your skin’s oil production.''
Some of the ingredients in Herbalism include, and I've put the ingredients in bold, are:
"Nettles, rosemary and rice bran vinegar work to cleanse the skin, removing dirt and grease, leaving bright and beautifully clean skin. Chamomile blue oil and rose absolute are used for balancing skin tone. Rice bran and ground almonds will gently exfoliate the skin and when mixed with water, the almonds create a soft cleansing milk. Our chlorophyllin is extracted from alfalfa, which is rich in vitamins and minerals and is great for revitalizing the skin."
Have you tried Herbalism? Did you like it/would you recommend it? Let me know below!