This is for those of you who really like to scrub your skin to feel clean, with black sugar and charcoal to exfoliate, and rhassoul mud to deeply cleanse. We also use cold pressed avocado oil and vegetable glycerine to moisturise and soften your skin after all that scrubbing, leaving your skin feeling balanced and fresh. Sandalwood and rosewood oils give a rich, earthy fragrance and have a cooling and antiseptic effect on the skin. We buy our powdered charcoal locally in Dorset. It’s a great way to exfoliate and is deeply cleansing, whilst black sugar is in here to scrub away any dead skin cells, leaving you with bright, refreshed skin.
Silt (Rhassoulerde), Persea Gratissima Oil (Bio Avocadoöl), Glycerin, Charcoal Powder (Kohlepulver), Sucrose (Schwarzer Zucker), Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Parfüm, Santalum Austrocaledonicum Wood Oil and Fusanus Spicatus Wood Oil (Sandelholzöl), Aniba Rosaeodora Wood Oil (Rosenholzöl) *Linalool, *Farnesol.
Lush is relatively new here. Not a lot cities have actually a shop, and although there’s a German online shop I personally like to purchase things I can look at before. Especially in the beauty area.
On a nice stroll through Dortmund, both of us got hung up at a Lush store. We delved along the products before we decided on this product. We both purchased it.
Dark Angels is, blatantly said, fricking amazing. I’ve never used a product with made my skin feel so clean directly afterwards. It felt really good.
But that’s not the only thing. Using it twice a week for a while now, my skin stopped being so oily.
Best thing about it? It’s vegan.