REVIEW: LUSH Seanik shampoo bar

A few days ago I went to a Lush store in Amsterdam and bought a few products to show you guys! Today I’m reviewing the Seanik shampoo bar!

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Description

This solid seaweed, sea salt and lemon bar gives great shine and volume, with an uplifting summer scent for that buoyant feeling. We’ve added a combination of Irish moss gel (made from bushy red seaweed), with protein-rich Japanese nori seaweed and fine sea salt to give hair some oomph. Lemon oil makes your hair shine, and we’ve added the heady tropical scents of mimosa, jasmine and orange flower essential oils. – Lush

Packaging

The shampoo bars from Lush don’t have packaging. Lush recommends you to buy a bar tin (available in every Lush store) and to keep it in a cool and dry place. Not only is it better for the environment, but it’s also very convenient for traveling!

Texture

The Seanik Shampoo Bar looks like a blue coloured soap made of sprinkles and seaweed.

Scent

It has a light fresh scent that smells like a walk on the beach and citrus. I love it! It’s not very strong and perfect for people with a sensitive nose.

Ingredients

Lush shampoo bars only contain natural ingredients and save synthetics.

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Irish Moss Gel, Perfume, Nori Seaweed, Fine Sea Salt, Lemon Oil, Mimosa Absolute, Orange Flower Absolute, Jasmine Absolute, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Limonene, Colour 42090

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Performance

I love this shampoo bar! Don’t worry if it makes your hair feel a bit stiff when washing it. It lathers up easily and will leave your hair soft, shiny and squeaky clean! I recommend using the Seanik shampoo bar if you have flat or dull hair that needs more volume and shine. It’s also perfect for people who want their curls to look bouncier. I normally have to wash my hair every day, but whenever I use a shampoo bar I only have to wash it every two days! If you’re looking for a conditioner to use in combination with the Seanik shampoo bar, I recommend the Lush Veganese hair conditioner.

How to use

Wet both hair and the shampoo bar. Glide the shampoo bar down the length of your hair about three times (or more if you have very long and thick hair like me). Work into a lather and rinse thoroughly. According to Lush it lasts 80 washes, which is equal to three bottles of 250g liquid shampoo from a drugstore! Again, make sure you keep the shampoo bar in a cool and dry place.

Price

£ 5.75 / 55g

Rating

9/10

Have you ever tried a shampoo bar? What do you think?

Next review: Lush Veganese hair conditioner! Stay tuned!

All pictures are made or edited by me or from the original website!

10 thoughts on “REVIEW: LUSH Seanik shampoo bar

  1. Most people I talk to don’t know that fast hair growth shampoos (obviously with no sulfates, no parabens and no DEA) are even a thing. Hair styling enthusiasts now may have longer hair and achieve more alternatives. Certainly worth investigating.

    Whether you’re thinking about hair loss, hair damage, preventing skin disorders, hair growth, hair health at large, the same rules actualize.

    As a rule of thumb, you will want to avoid hair products and treatments that contain chemicals like parabens, DEA and sulfates.

    What is healthy for your hair is beneficial for your skin as well.

    Obviously your content above hits the nail in the head for multiple reasons. It stays away from the common errors and errors too many fall into- buying defective alternatives. Thank you!

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        1. Ah I know what you mean! I actually had a job interview at Lush a week ago, but I didn’t get the job. I know enough about their products, but I wasn’t ‘aggressive’. It was a group interview of 30 people and I hated it!

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          1. It’s ok that you didn’t get the job. You don’t need’em! Maybe you aren’t willing to invade someone’s space to make a sale because from my experience, they literally grab your hand and just start slathering product on it. And by then, I am trapped. Lol Is that what they teach?!

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