The Best Exfoliator I’ve Ever Used

lush rub rub rub review, beauty blogger

Can you believe that up until very recently I was a Lush virgin….. Yep that’s right, even though I live in a town with a Lush store and have walked past it for years with that fragrant smell wafting out, I had still never tried a single Lush product. Well that all changed a few weeks ago when I was kindly given a sample of their Ayesha face mask and fell in love it. It suddenly hit me that I could well have been missing out for so many years…..

I decided to go back and buy the full size Lush face mask but ended up buying the Lush Oatifix face mask instead (also great) and the Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub, as I’d seen a few people recommend it and my usual exfoliator was running low.

Going by the name of this blog post you can probably already guess my opinion on the Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower gel. I toyed over whether I should write about this concoction as it’s not a new product and like I say, I’m totally late to the party when it comes to Lush so you guys probably already know what I’m about to tell you…. But, then I thought, do you know what, I don’t care if you all know about this product and how great it is, I think its the best exfoliator ever so I have to write about it.

lush rub rub rub review, beauty blogger

Rub Rub Rub is a blue coloured scrub crammed packed with tiny grains of sea salt that exfoliate your skin, and boy does this stuff exfolitae! I have never felt my skin so smooth in my life and I’ve used a lot of exfoliators! It felt so soft I wanted to keep touching myself (Oi Oi, not like that!) as it was just so silky.  It smells quite citrusy due to the lemon juice in the ingredients but it’s not at all over powering and is quite a refreshing scent.

The only downside to this product is the design of the packaging. I took it in the shower with me (as it is a shower scrub after all) and once you take the lid off it quickly fills with water which is hard to get out the tub without throwing half the contents down the drain! No biggie but worth a mention, just do your best to keep water out of it.

Although I’ve not tried it yet, Lush Rub Rub Rub can also be used as a shampoo that creates volume and shine due to the sea salt – brilliant!

lush rub rub rub review, beauty blogger

I’m going on holiday tomorrow so I have used loads of this stuff today to remove all my dead skin cells before I hit the sun. However clumsy Leah made an apperance and I managed to drop my tub (the large one too) and it split open in my shower! Bad times. RIP Rub Rub Rub 🙁

You can buy Lush Rub Rub Rub in-store or online for £8.95 for 350g or £14.95 for 665g.

Are any of you a Rub Rub Rub virgin…?  If you are, sort it out. Pronto.

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