How was your weekend? Here at Valencia we had our strong day, the day of Valencia, and we have celebrated it!!!!
And today I bring you my review of serum Full of Grace by Lush. If you don’t know, I’ve been banishing for a while many products containing chemical formulation, parabens, silicones and sulfates. So I started to try Lush, but I have to say that my first impressions do not correspond to the last ones.
I will develop this concept in a later post, but today I come to speak of this serum that, the first time I tried I felt wonderful, but after 3 pills I’m not going to buy it more.
According to its website, it’s “A deeply hydrating facial serum solid sliding through the skin regenerating but while leaving a slight feeling.
We have created a blend of oils to nourish the skin and have mixed with Portobello mushrooms for their vitamin and mineral protectors. Blue chamomile oil and calamine powder soothe the skin, while helping control oil.
Heat the stick between your fingertips or swipe his face directly. It will melt and excellent ingredients go absorbed”.
Well, it is true that you have to heat it up with your fingers, but I prefer to slide the bar (solid, as you can see) directly in the face. It is a serum for use at night, with fresh clean face. It is very oily, you fat is slightly expensive, but the next day you no remainder.
The first time I used it I thought my face was radiant and so juicy, so without hesitation I bought the second (and third bar, which is what I’m finishing), but I’m not sure if it produces the same effect. I don’t know if they have changed the formulation, but the last two pills have not lasted anything.
In addition they have melted and broken (I have it in a silver box they sell for solid shampoos), and I haven’t noticed the radiant effect of the first time.
It has very pure ingredients: Shea Murumuru (Astrocaryum Murumuru) Calamine in Manteca Cupuacu (Theobroma grandiflorum) Extract Rose Petals Fresh (Rosa centifolia) Perfume Mushrooms Portobello Fresh (Agaricus bisporus) powder, but then you can see not so pure ingredients, like many alcohols, and the dreaded Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, although they haven’t tested in animals.
It smells like roses, very good, but as I say I want to try other different serums, such as Vitamin C of Mad Hippie, since Lush does not give me the same result as before, it runs out more often and I prefer betting on products with cleaner formulations. It costs 12,50 € each bar of 20 grams.
What do you think? Have you tried it? Do you like it, or do you recommend other better, with cleaner and better ingredients? Happy start of the week!!