Its very rare that I rave solely about one product, however I couldn't resist sharing the miracle worker that is Lush's 'I Love Juicy' Shampoo. This is a product I have been familiar with for a few years now, however, I stopped using it as I couldn't justify spending around £10 a week on shampoo alone (as I end up using two of these little bottles!). But after a particularly bad hair week, I decided to re-purchase it to see if it could re-vitalise my hair.
I discovered it whilst watching Ingrid from Miss Glamorazzi's 'Favourite Lush Products' video, where she mentioned that its a wonder product for anyone with oily hair. I have incredibly oily hair, and ever since the age of fourteen, I have washed it practically every day to try and rid the grease. (I am aware that washing it daily doesnt overly help the situation but I really cannot leave it any more than one day). So, when I heard that it would help keep your hair cleaner for longer, I was incredibly curious. I absolutely cannot recommend this product enough. Firstly it smells incredible, and the scent lingers in your hair all day, which is something I personally love. The scent is claimed to be 'Mango, Papaya, Kiwi and Pineapple', however my scent detection isnt that fantastic and to me it just smells fruity and musky, which is quite unusual. When I use I Love Juicy, I can leave my hair two days without washing it, which is quite a refreshing feeling. The oil seems to completely disappear from my hair, which is more than I can say for most dry shampoos that I try!
As I said, my only gripe with this otherwise fantastic product is the price. I have always thought that Lush was a little ambitious with their prices, I understand that they offer premium, handmade, fresh products, but I don't understand how a 100g bottle of shampoo can cost 5.25?! Especially if I am using it frequently, it ends up costing around £10 a week, which is difficult to justify. Which is why, I only use this when my hair is feeling particularly in need of a 'pick me up', which is around once a week.
What do you think? Do you think its a little on the pricey side?