I went to LUSH last week and one of the things that I came out with was this unattractive looking lump.
Looks like something I’d need a poopa scoopa for to be quite honest.
It smells foul too… whenever I have this anywhere near me, I keep getting flashbacks of when I used to empty my ashtrays. I’m really selling it to you aren’t I?
I can forgive it all this though if it helps my scalp as it claims…
[stextbox id=”custom” bcolor=”b0c4de” bgcolor=”e6e6fa”]Snake Oil treats dandruff and it smells like it means business. Melt it on to your fingertips, then massage it right into your scalp. Leave the lavender, tea tree and peppermint oils to do their work for twenty minutes or so, and then wash it off with Soak and Float shampoo.[/stextbox]
My hair is coloured, if it strips the colour… it’s going in the bin. I was told in the store that it would be fine with coloured hair… but the SA was a male student with dreads and a vacant expression. I’m trying really hard not to discriminate.
Have any of you guys tried the LUSH Snake Oil Scalp Massage Bar? I’m usually a bit rubbish with anything that I need to put on my scalp. When you have hair longer than a buzz cut, how the hell do you actually get the product onto your scalp and not just all over your hair?
You can buy the LUSH Snake Oil Scalp Massage bar instore or online. I paid £4.15.
By the way, I’m on the 4th wash with the Body Shop SLS Free shampoo/conditioner combo and I’ve promised myself 7 washes minimum with each new brand to give it a fair trial. So far, it’s not looking that amazing…