This year the Lush shower gels have had a bit of a transformation. Not only are they available in their normal bottle format, they have also been created in a Naked format. A Naked shower gel means that is has absolutely no packaging and is basically a solid shower gel (pretty impressive). I decided that for my Berry Berry Shower Gel review I would compare the two different formats and see how I get on with them both.
The scent of this shower gel is the same in both formats. It is quite an unusual scent and not one that I can say I have smelt before from Lush. The scent of this shower gel is a lovely fresh crisp fruity scent. If you like fruity shower gels like plum rain you are going to love this shower gel. I personally wasn’t a huge fan of this scent, I found it a little to bitter for me but thats just down to the fact I much prefer very sweet scents.
I’m going to start off with the bottled version of the Berry Berry shower gel. The consistency of the shower gel is very luxurious and thick. I found it very easy to lather up and a little really does go a long way. The scent really lingered with this shower gel and I found I could still pick up on the scent long after I have used it which I loved (I would I loved it more if I had liked the scent a little more).
Now for the Naked version of this shower gel. You use the Naked shower gel a little like you would a soap, but don’t get confused it definitely isn’t made the same as a soap. I found the the Naked shower gel lathered up very well. I did however find that this meant it was very easy to use more than you actually need and although the Naked version is meant to last a lot longer than an average bottle I found I ended up using it much quicker than a normal bottle of shower gel. The consistency of the Naked version was even more luxurious than the bottled version and actually preferred how this one felt on the skin. The scent also lasted very well which again was lovely to see.
Overall the Berry Berry Christmas shower gel is a lovely addition to the Christmas shower gel range. I personally much preferred the bottle version. As I do a lot of traveling I find the Naked version to be quite impractical. I also did not like how quickly the Naked version was used up (due to using to much and it going squishy when left in the bathroom), however the scent and feel of the Naked version are just as beautiful as the bottle version.
To watch my video about the 2017 Christmas range click here.
PRICE (bottled): 110g – £5.95, 275g – £11.95, 550g – £19.95
PRICE (Naked): £11.75 each
RATING (bottled): 4/5
RATING (naked): 3/5
INGREDIENTS (bottled): Sodium Laureth sulfate, cranberry infusion, sodium cocoamphoacetate, glycerine, water, lauryl betaine, sweet wild orange oil, fresh blueberry juice, bergamot oil, olive leaf absolute, cornstarch, lactic acid, Maltodextrin, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, perfume, limonene, linalool, citral, colour 42090
INGREDIENTS (naked): Cranberry Infusion, propylene glycol, sodium Laureth sulfate, sodium cocoamphoacetate, sodium stearate, lauryl betaine, sweet wild orange oil, fresh blueberry juice, bergamot oil, olive leaf absolute, cornstarch, Maltodextrin, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, perfume, limonene, linalool, corral, colour 42090, black specerit wax
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