Welcome to a brand new blog post! During lockdown, I tried Ultraplant by Lush out for a fair few weeks, so I thought that today, I would tell you all about my thoughts of the product.
Just to give you a tiny bit of information, Ultraplant is a Vegan plant based light cream cleanser that is great for the skin. This cleanser can be applied at any time of the day when you need to take care of your skin. The best way to use this, is to take a tiny scoop of this amazing product, massage it over your face and then remove via using a warm damp cloth.
List Of Ingredients:
Organic Jojoba Oil, Orange Blossom Water, Glycerine, Sunflower Wax, Candelilla Wax, Organic Agave Nectar, *Linalool.
I loved the texture of this product. I love any form of light Cream Cleansers, as they are rich enough to nourish the face, but not too rich or thick that there is still product on your face after removing. Sometimes, when I try creamy sort of Balm to Oil Cleansers, I find that I end up trying to dig the product out of the container and then as soon as it is on my hand, it's dripping a tiny bit before I have even massaged it due to the warmth of my hands, but that didn't happen to Ultraplant.
It took me a long while whilst trying out Ultraplant to figure out my opinion on the scent and what it reminded me of. After a while, I realised that it reminded me of the Frozen Bath Bomb that Lush used to sell a few years ago. (If you remember the Bath Bomb, then let me know down below.) I love the citrusy notes that the Orange Blossom Water as they helped me to feel invigorated when I used this product first thing in a morning during lockdown.
Ultraplant improved my skin in a couple of ways. I have quite dry and dehydrated skin, therefore the Organic Jojoba Oil helped to rebalance the oils in my skin, therefore after using for a couple of weeks, I noticed that my skin was less dry and looked better. The Oil also helped with the texture of my skin. Ultrplant also ensured that my skin wasn't extra dry, or, irritated when cleansing after wearing makeup, unlike other cleansers. It just left my skin feeling fabulous. A fun fact about Jojoba Oil, is that it's the nearest oil to your skin's natural oil (sebum).
Would I buy it again? Yes, I think that I would as a treat for my skin every now and again. It is on the more expensive side for a cleanser but you do definitely get your moneys worth and I think that it would be a great option for when your skin just feels that little bit down or for when the weather gets colder.
Have you tried this product? Let me know down below!
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