Lush does not discriminate - Dirty Shaving Cream can be used by both sexes... whether you're a gentleman and want to shave your face or a lady who wants silky smooth legs. Here's a product you can both use. =)
''A hydrating cream for the perfect clean shave. It helps your razor blade glide over your skin, soothing any irritations along the way. We’ve steeped oats in hot water to produce oat milk, which is very soothing on irritated skin, then added shea butter and safflower oil, which sink easily into the skin and don’t leave it feeling greasy. Honey, with its pacifying and softening qualities, is also in there to take the sting out of shaving. (Lush UK)''
Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Oat Milk, Safflower Oil, Shea Butter, Stearic Acid, Glycerine, Cetearyl Alcohol, Triethanolamine, Honey, Tincture of Benzoin, Cedarwood Oil, Lavender Oil, Sandalwood Oil, Tonka Absolute, Lanolin, Perfume, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.
I usually just use shower gel (or shaving foam on rare ocassions) for shaving and I know that's not the best thing for dry skin. Shaving makes the skin even drier and then I have to moisturize like crazy. It was nice to try something else for a change. Dirty Shaving Cream has a yoghurt like consistency and smells - well, interesting. It doesn't make me wanna buy Dirty perfume, but it's not unpleasant at all. It's rich in oils and it makes the blade really glide over the skin leaving it smooth and soft. Even when you rinse it, the skin stays somewhat nourished and protected but not greasy. Those of you with extremely dry skin might still have to use moisturizer after shaving, but Dirty will help a little. It's not my holy grail Lush product, but it does the job very well.
You can buy Dirty Shaving Cream in Lush stores from ~ $13.95/ £5.50/ €8.95 for 100 g. Prices vary from country to country.
*Product was sent to me for reviewing purposes.
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