Flopsy Face Wash Jelly – Lush Review 

Last Christmas (2016) Lush released their first face was jelly. Although the concept really excited me I ended up not being a fan at all due to the scent of the product. When Lush announced they would be releasing a similar product as part of their Easter range I was once again excited to try the product out and kept my fingers crossed that this time I would love it. 

Firstly I was over the moon to find out that this time I adored the scent of the face jelly. There is nothing worse than really looking forward to trying a product and then not liking the scent at all. Containing carrot infusion, zesty lemon and bergamot oils the Flopsy face wash jelly has a lovely fresh uplifting zesty scent. 

The Flopsy face jelly is very much a novelty product. Designed to looked just like a cute bunny face It can be used as a mask for the perfect selfie shot (although I find this looks a little scary). I personally am a huge fan of a novelty product and love something a little out of the ordinary. 

Using the face wash jelly is fairly simple. You can either rub the jelly over your face, or between your hands to create a lather and then use this lather to wash your face. I personally found it a little easier to break small sections off and use these instead of the whole product. 

I found the Flopsy jelly left my skin feeling fresh, soft and very cleansed. The jelly also left a very subtle scent on the skin. 

Although I enjoyed using this product, I do much prefer to use a generic cleanser. However I am looking forward to seeing what other fun designs Lush release in this format. 

RATING: 3/5 

PRICE: £7.95 for 200g (2017 price) 

INGREDIENTS: Fresh carrot infusion, glycerine, Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, propylene glycol, carrageenan extract, sodium cocoamphoacetate, perfume, kaolin, almond oil, titanium dioxide, gardenia extract, lemon oil, bergamot oil, buchu oil,Butylphenyl methylpropional, limonene

Please contact lush for a full, accurate and upto date ingredients list.



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