LUSH Lip Scrub

Prep your lips with a buff and polish at the start of your makeup routine to ensure your lipstick glides on and stays put. Just apply with a clean finger, and let the exfoliating caster sugar and softening jojoba oil scrub away dead skin and infuse moisture to rejuvenate your smile. Bubblegum lip scrub won’t leave any greasy residue; just a sweet candy taste that you’ll enjoy licking off. Lip-smackingly good.

-LUSH, UK

I bought 3 pots of this lip scrub on my last trip to the UK a few months ago, thinking that considering there are no LUSH stores in Cyprus, I will stock up to make sure I have enough to last me.  I am still on my first pot and I am using it EVERY DAY!  This stuff goes a long way!

From the very first time I used it I noticed that my lips felt amazingly soft.  Not only did it exfoliate any bits of dry skin I had, but it plumped my lips up and brought a lovely, healthy redness to them.

I bought mine in Bubblegum flavour and when I smelled the tester in the store I instantly fell in love with its sweetness! It REALLY smells like bubblegum!  What is great is that it also taste like sugary bubblegum and as you read by the description from LUSH, UK above, it is made with sugar which is the exfoliant in the scrub.

After each use your lips are left with a lovely jojoba film so this stuff not only exfoliates but moisturises too.

This lip scrub is a doddle to use. Your finger easily picks up just enough sugary and jojoba goodness simply by lightly touching the top of the mix. You then just rub it into your lips and when you feel you have rubbed enough you are done! Now to remove, I just lick my lips 😜 but you can just wipe it off with a tissue. I always apply a dr.organic lip balm afterwards just to lock in the moisture and then I’m good to go!

You could replicate this scrub and make your own if you are a DIY person but as it retails for only £5.50 for 25g would it be worth the hassle?

My Rating:

★★★★★

 

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