Hi everyone, today we are going to read the LUSH Honey I Washed The Kids Soap Review. If you have read my previous LUSH products’ reviews, you already know I love LUSH. So let’s start talking about one of my favourite soaps from LUSH.
Claims for LUSH Honey I Washed The Kids Soap
Best-selling honey toffee soap-sation
Honey I Washed the Kids is one of our best-selling soaps because it’s simply irresistible. People who fully intended to walk past a LUSH shop find themselves unable to resist its sweet caramel fragrance. You’ll inhale, drool, pick up a big chunk and immediately want to wash yourself all over with it. It’s so gentle, buttery and scrumptious you’ll have a hard time keeping it to yourself. The honey water and aloe are so softening and moisturizing, you can use our toffee-scented sensation on the whole family.
How to Use
For hands, and use all over naked bodies. Get sudsy in the bath and shower. For optimal longevity, keep LUSH soap in a well-drained soap dish (away from water) between uses.
The Bee’s Knees: We use real Canadian honey and beeswax in every batch of our honey temptation.
Sweetly Scented: Sweet orange oil gently perfumes your skin as you wash away.
What the Buzz: Sore, sensitive skin will benefit from softening honey water and aloe.
Water (Aqua) , Rapeseed Oil (Brassica napus) , Glycerine , Honey , Sorbitol , Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera) , Sodium Lauryl Sulfate , Sodium Stearate , Fragrance , Sweet Wild Orange Oil (Citrus sinensis) , Bergamot Oil (Citrus Aurantium bergamia) , Titanium Dioxide , Sodium Chloride , Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides) , Sodium Hydroxide , Aloe Vera Extract (Aloe barbadensis) , EDTA , Tetrasodium Etidronate , *Limonene , *Linalool , Amyl Cinnamal , Citronellol , Lilial , Beeswax (Cera alba) . *Occurs naturally in essential oils
$ 7.95 for 3.5 Oz.
In Detail LUSH Honey I Washed The Kids Soap Review and My Experience
This comes in a paper packaging, because LUSH makes sure its going environment friendly in every way possible so they have implemented this naked packaging policy. The paper packaging has a label which mentions all details about the product. Now the first thing that I notice about this soap is its fragrance. It smells like really sweet, soft and sober honey, toffee caramel mixed with some really mild creamy citrus.
The soap itself is creamy beige in colour with a toffee top in a honeycomb pattern. When I am showering, all I want to do is use this soap because it smells so good. It lathers really well with a sponge or a loofah. It gives this really creamy foam which I totally love. This soap makes my skin really squeaky clean and does not dry it out at all. This also contains Titanium di oxide which is a sun protecting agent. So in these summers, even if I forget to put on my moisturiser someday, my skin won’t suffer as much. In addition, it makes my skin really soft and when used regularly, helps reduce tanning.
No wonder why this is one of LUSH’s best sellers. Amazing quality combined with wonderful natural fragrance is sure to win everyone’s heart. LUSH soaps tend to be a tad bit on the pricier side, but its because they use all natural ingredients. The synthetic ingredients they use are basically “safe synthetics” which means its not going to harm the environment in any way. So if you are going to LUSH, make sure to get a sample of this soap and I am pretty sure you’ll be going back soon to purchase it.
PROs of LUSH Honey I Washed The Kids Soap
1. Made of natural ingredients with some amazing oils.
2. Smells like really sweet, soft and sober honey, toffee caramel mixed with some really mild creamy citrus.
3. Makes the skin squeaky clean without drying it out at all.
4. Has a sun protecting agent – TiO2.
5. Makes skin really soft.
6. LUSH never tests on animals.
CONs of LUSH Honey I Washed The Kids Soap
1. LUSH products are not available directly in India.
1. If you love sweet toffee caramel, honey and milk kinda smells, you need to get this.
2. If you have sensitive skin, this is very good to try.
3. Keep this soap bar away from water so that it doesn’t melt away.
4. One can also try cutting it into smaller pieces and using it.