I got a sample of this in my effort to try and use every Lush product. I liked it despite not actually having the younger combination skin this is aimed at. Rose essential oil is great fro repairing skin. I bought some for my daughter and she loves it . It is quickly absorbed and leaves skin feeling well fed and soft. I liked the fact it smelled slightly rosy a bit like the Melvita moisturiser I tried .
I've never really been one for moisturising my skin, but I've been told that I should so I went out looking for a light moisturiser that wouldn't make my face greasy as I have quite oily skin. I found a light moisturiser in Lush's Vanishing Cream; I found that I only needed a small amount and that my skin absorbed it very quickly. It made my skin feel really soft which was great, however it made my skin ridiculously greasy which was really disappointing.
In all honesty, this moisturiser was disappointing on a many levels:
The price.. At £17.50 for a 45g pot it is disgusting that Lush think they can charge that much for a moisturiser. The smell... It's absolutely vile it has a really strong smell of rose water which makes me feel quite ill. It made my face so greasy I had to wash my face in the end. In fact the only positive thing I can say about Vanishing Cream is that it's extremely light.
All in all Vanishing Cream isn't worth the money. I got a sample of it and I wouldn't even get another one of them again let alone spend £17.50 on a full pot. Absolute rubbish!
This moisturiser is great,so light and vanishes into skin so quickly.
my skin was left soft and feeling moisturised.
I had qute a generous sample of this but i dont know if i could justify paying the expensive price,products have to make a big impact on me to justify a paying a large amound.
I have tried less expensive but just as good moisturisers.
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