They have gone and done it again! LUSH Cosmetics has once again sent me something that lathers to check out and review and I was certainly happy to do so; as if I would ever turn away bubbly bath products!
Right off the bat I noticed that this time around they got the packaging right on. The box was still a little bit bigger than the soap but not erroneously so like the last time. Plus they used store bags to stuff it for protection as opposed to new paper. The soap they sent is called 13 Soap (Unlucky for Dirt) which retails online for $6.95 for 3.5 ounces of foamy goodness.
The soap makes use of their new base without palm oil (if you did not read the first LUSH review, you can get it here) and also consists of oregano, sunflower oil, coconut oil and honey, not to mention a slew of additional natural ingredients. The soap smells fresh and clean.
The soap gets its name because it is an anti-bacterial soap. So, bummer for grimy germs, but with winter about to set in around these parts there is nothing better than added defense against them!
My only concern on the ingredient list is Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, based on yesterday’s discoveries it nerves me some that they use this but I will continue to research the ingredient SLS due to my unease. At just under $7 this homemade soap is a bit pricier than comparable sized and type handmade soaps.
With all of that in mind I am granting the LUSH 13 Soap a Three and a Half Leaf Rating!