Lush | Seanik Shampoo Bar


I came across Lush shampoo bars a couple of years ago now and instantly fell in love with one in particular, seanik. I am a big fan of beaches and the feeling of being by the sea at summer, and this shampoo just brings all them feelings into one little bar. 

The bar contains seaweed and sea salt, which makes it smell literally like the sea, however, it also has lemon in it which makes it more refreshing. Now the main reason why I love this shampoo is the smell but it has other qualities that make it great as well. My hair is naturally fairly curly and this shampoo brings my curls out a lot better. I also believe it makes my hair shinier which could be because of the lemon. 

The shampoo also says that it is supposed to give volume and whilst many other people have said that it has done just that, I haven't found it to add volume to my hair but don't see that as a downside. 

Although the shampoo is very little it lasts for a very long time and the size comes in handy if you wanted to take it away on holiday.

have you ever tried a lush shampoo bar? Do you like them?

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10 comments:

  1. That scent sounds amazing! I'm actually a Lush virgin :(

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  2. Ive never tried a shampoo bar! It sounds really cool, I will definitely check this out the next time I go to Lush
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    Elizabeth x

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  3. I am using the lemon yellow coloured one at the min and I LOVE it! They are so handy too :)
    Jennie Emma
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  4. Looks like a very nice product
    Would like try one soon
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  5. I've never tried one of these, but i've always been intrigued on how they work. May have to get one of these next time I go to lush x
    han // emandhan xo

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  6. I have not tried this particular shampoo bar, but it sounds great. Lush always has delicious smelling products.
    xx

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