Sunday, June 12, 2016

Lush Review | Sea Monster Fun

Hi, Today I've got a review of the Lush Sea Monster Fun to share with you. I've never really seen anyone review a Lush Fun product before so I'm excited to share what I think of this highly over looked product. My favourite thing about this product is that it promotes creativity, which was just want I needed.

Lush Review | Sea Monster Fun

Lush Sea Monster Fun - Deep Sea Shapes

Fun is a multi use product, it can be used as a bubble bar, shampoo, body wash and even to wash clothing. It's a vegan product which just adds to it's merits and would make a great all round product to take traveling. The Sea Monster Fun contains a mixture of Seaweed Absolute, Lime and Lavender oil which create a lovely fresh scent and fits the name of the product really well. On first opening the wrapper I was hit with a wave of this scent and it was so awakening, great for first thing in the morning.

Lush Review | Sea Monster Fun
I decided to copy the suggested sea monster from the packaging as I had no idea what I wanted to make. I know it's clique but I did have a lot of 'FUN' making my little sea monster (he's cute right?), I felt bad about using him. The product is a little messy to form at times but that just adds to the experience. It did seem to bubble when over worked and leaves coloured residue on your hands, but it's only soap so it washes off easily. As you can see I still had lots of product left after sculpting. I don't have kids but I can see how perfect this product would be for a child to make bath time more enjoyable.

Lush Review | Sea Monster Fun

I put the Fun to the test for a few of the suggested uses, I started with the shampoo option. If you saw my last post 'I'm Going Cruelty Free' you'll know I'm trying to switch out some old products. I've been tempted to buy one of the Lush shampoo bars so figured it was as good a time as any to try a different approach to washing my hair. In conclusion I found Fun to be just as effective at cleaning my hair as my normal shampoo, I love that it's a natural product so should eliminate the build up of nasty chemicals on the hair. A small piece lavered up really well and cleaned my rather long hair root to tip. I tried it without conditioner to see how moisturising it could be. I think I'd still want to use a conditioning product but it didn't leave my hair in knots which was a pleasant surprise.

Secondly I used this as a bubble bar because that is one of my favorite forms of Lush product and I wanted to compare the formula. It was a lot harder to get the product to dissolve in the water due to it's texture but the amount of bubbles and the colour of the water where just as impressive as any bubble bar and I only used about a 6th of the pack. The Lush Sea Monster Fun retails at £5.00 for a 200g pack, I think this is reasonable considering how many uses the product has and it's the same price as a bubble bar. I am going to pick up another one to take on my travels over the summer.

Have you tried any of the Lush Fun range?

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  1. I never knew they did 'Fun' products in Lush! This would be perfect for kids like you said, but there's no harm in having a bit of fun with it yourself - especially as it's got so many uses!

    Megan / Lazy Thoughts

  2. Oh my god, your dragon making skills are so on point! I've never used FUN products, but when I finally move to get a place with a bath, totally buying some! I can imagine this being such a great way for parents to get their kids to be creative and actually enjoy bath time! xx

  3. Ahhh, this is so cute! I'm so glad I read this post because I always look at those bars but never can understand what you're supposed to do with them! Will definitely have to try them out now! :D

    Charlotte x

  4. I've had the pink and the red one and I absolutely loved them! They're so good! Would recommend them to anyone!

    Love, Amie ❤
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