Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Lush Charity Pot Review

lush charity pot review
 Hi Lovelies 
Its sure starting to feel like autumn here in the uk at the moment, long gone are the nice sunny and warm days, they have now been replaced with rain, shorter days and cold weather. All year round I like to take care of my skin but even more so when the colder weather comes to the UK because when the colder weather comes here its not an it takes time thing it comes practically over night. My skincare routine changes a little bit once autumn/winter comes and I make sure I take care of my skin daily.

Lush has many skincare products to choose from and I love many skincare products from lush because lush is grantanted to be cruelty free and vegetarian or vegan. They have such a range to choose from that you can be in the shop for up to 30 minutes deciding what you want.

lush charity pot vegan
Lush Charity Pot 45g - £3.50
Also available in different sizes.
Cruelty Free

First Impressions 
First thing I noticed about this product was the name and the name basically means what this product is all about, a charity item. The charity pots donate all the money (minus taxes) to charity and the charities they donate to are different on different pots, the pot I got is for the international tibet network who are campaigning to end the human rights violations in tibet. I love lush for involved they are with charities they are a company that other companies should take note on.

I love the design on the tub and its easy to open and shut which is always a bonus for me. They have different sizes of this to choose from so they can be easy to travel with when on holiday. 

My thoughts 
This cream is very creamy and you don't need much product for you hands. It goes into the skin nicely and soaks in without feeling greasy. This cream is also a body cream and I have used this on my areas on my body that need the extra love and thats my knees, elbows and my feet and I can say they worked just as well on those areas as it did on my hands.

The smell was very nice and the scent is shea butter, rosewood oil, moringa oil and ylang ylang oil. The smell stays on your skin all day long and not only that it keeps your skin feeling soft too. 

I have nothing bad to say about this cream and it literally does what it says on the tin. Another bonus of this cream is that its self preserving seeing as its a mostly natural product.

lush charity pot review
Rating 10/10

All money goes to charity (minus tax)
Can be used on hands and body
Pleasant long lasting smell
Helps keep skin soft


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  1. Becca Fletcher12 October 2016 at 13:34

    I think I'l have to buy a pot of this for my youngest sister. She gets seriously dry hands and nothing seems to work for her.

  2. Joanne Wiggins13 October 2016 at 10:59

    It's great that they are donating all the money to charity, definitely makes me want to go and buy a tin now x

  3. Cattitude & Co.13 October 2016 at 11:20

    I love these little pots from Lush, always a nice add-on!

  4. This sounds fabulous and I love that the proceeds are going to a charity, it's great to see brands giveback! x

  5. Stephanie Merry13 October 2016 at 12:19

    I've not tried much from Lush before but this sounds lovely - thanks for sharing x

  6. I love that they are donating all the proceeds to charity!

  7. Sarah-Louise Bailey13 October 2016 at 19:10

    I love the charity pots they do and they are so often different, it's always interesting to see what the next one will be. x

  8. Charlotte Evans13 October 2016 at 19:20

    I've never thought about buying this tbh but it sounds like a beautiful product, great post! xx

  9. Milly Youngman13 October 2016 at 21:27

    I love that they donate to charity with purchases of this - I always spot it by the tills but yet to buy it so far - but it sounds lovely!

  10. Wow, this sounded like a really nice cream. It will definitely be a reliable one to fall back on.

  11. this is probably the first product ive heard where all proceeds go to charity. its amazing

  12. I love the charity pots - such a nice way for a brand to give back.

  13. Rhian Westbury13 October 2016 at 22:38

    I've never actually bought a charity pot from Lush before but it's so nice they donate so much to charity x

  14. Chilling With Lucas14 October 2016 at 11:29

    Sounds amazing and really impressed it all goes to charity x

  15. I think that is great that they donate everything to charity, rather than just a percentage.

  16. I think that I must be the only person that does not shop in lush!
    The smell can be overpowering in the shop and i walk out sneezing!
    But i know they are popular:)

  17. Christine Dodd14 October 2016 at 17:36

    Ylang ylang is a really heady scent so I bet it smells gorgeous

  18. Kathryn Watson14 October 2016 at 17:44

    Lush always make beautiful products but this makes it more special xx

  19. I love lush products and Its really nice to see them involved with all these charities.

  20. Fashion and Style Police14 October 2016 at 21:42

    I hear a lot about Lush everywhere. I should try one of the products.

  21. Harriet from Toby & Roo15 October 2016 at 15:21

    I didn't know they were making these - might grab some for Xmas presents, they are lovely!

  22. Rachel has some of this and I havent ever tried it, so now might be the time to steal it!

  23. Melanies Fab Finds15 October 2016 at 16:06

    That's really good of Lush to do a charity item and to donate all proceeds to charity. I didn't know they did that.

  24. Hannah Heartss15 October 2016 at 16:15

    I love lush but never tried this. I love that it's vegan too x

  25. I always pick up a charity pot! I love the smell so much& always carey the tin around with me! Gorgeous! 10/10 is the same for me! :)

  26. Anything with Shea Butter in works well for me, and the charity aspect is such a good thing.