3.19.2014

Review | Lush Ultrabland facial cleanser

Two weeks ago I was lucky enough to be invited to the very first Lush Bloggers event in Melbourne. I was so excited to be invited not only because it was my first blogger event, but because I have been a long time lover of Lush products!

At the event we learnt so many amazing things about the companies views and ethics, which made me fall even more in love with not only Lush products but the company as a whole. Lush were generous enough to give us a goodie bag full of there top selling products, along with that we got to choose our own three products to take home as well. Today I will be reviewing Lush's Ultrabland cleanser which was one of the best selling products I received.





As described on the container, Lush's Ultrabland facial cleanser is:
 an ultra-effective, ultra-gentle face cleanser. A rich, soft, oily cleansing cream that cares gently for all skin types.

This product was demonstrated for us while we were at the event, and I found it really interesting that you didn't need to add any water like most cleansers.  You only need to use a small amount - about the size of a 5 cent piece.

The consistency of the cleanser is thick and oily, and has a very subtile honey and almond scent to it. If you are used to cream and foaming cleansers this product will be new to you.

I have been using this cleanser out for approximately 2 weeks and have found it does a very, very good job at removing all dirt, oil and makeup from your face. Of course I always double cleanse to make sure absolutely everything is off my face before I continue with the rest of my routine, and after double cleansing with Lush's ultrabland cleanser I used Bioderma to check nothing was left over - and I'm happy to say the cotton pad was clean!

It is very rare to find an extremely great cleanser that removes everything, so if you have not tried Lush's ultrabland facial cleanser I suggest you go and grab one immediately! I know I will be getting a new tub when mine runs out.

What do you think of Lush's ultrabland facial cleanser?