Lush soaps Sea Vegetable and Ice Blue are some of the company’s oldest originals. With scents like peppermint and lime, are the soaps more aggressive than they should be? Or will they pick up your morning?
By Roxana Hadadi
I’m somewhat of a soap convert, and I blame Lush. I used to be a strictly shower gel kind of girl, and I think most women are; that’s not sexist, but are men really using loofahs as regularly as we are? But about two years ago I started veering back into the world of soap, primarily inspired by Lush’s many offerings. I like the variety of fragrances; I like the ingredients. Plus, is anything as gratifying as finishing up a bar of soap? It’s like finishing up a lipstick. I finally feel like I’ve returned on my investment.
So this week we’re going to look at Lush’s Sea Vegetable and Ice Blue soaps, which were provided to me by the company for review. The soaps are a bit like summer transitioning into winter: Sea Vegetable is made with seaweed and lime, whereas Ice Blue is peppermint and citrus. And as it gets colder and colder in Maryland, it just seems appropriate.
How do Lush Sea Vegetable and Ice Blue soaps compare? For my review, read on!