Lush Rub Rub Rub shower scrub is packaged in a large 330g black screw top tub, and the bright electric blue mineral-rich sea salt scrub is packed with goodness, as the sea salt has natural antiseptic and exfoliating properties.
Rub Rub Rub can be used in a few different ways; on damp skin for a really gentle scrub, on dry skin for a really good scrub that gets rid of ingrown hairs and dry skin, or you can even use it as a volumising shampoo and scalp scrub.
This salty scrub also contains a dash of lemon juice, as well as the lovely scent of mimosa blossoms, and when it is used on damp skin, or a little water is added after using it on dry skin, it froths slightly to become a delightful shower gel that leaves my skin feeling smooth and soft with a lingering scent that lasts for a while after you’ve stepped out of the shower.
Being a salt scrub, the consistency does begin to change after the first use, with it becoming thinner and more runny the longer you keep it. Whatever you do, try not to get any water in the tub during use, as this will cause the salt to dissolve a lot quicker. Also, avoid using this scrub on any open wounds, shaving cuts, or freshly waxed skin, as it can aggravate the wound and will sting.
I find it works well to add volume to my fine, limp, oily hair, especially when a little of the scrub is mixed in with my usual oily hair shampoo. If you have naturally dry hair, I wouldn’t recommend using this product on your hair, as the salt will dry your hair out even more.
Lush Rub Rub Rub Shower Scrub is available online or from Lush Stores.