Let The Good Times Roll Product Review

Hello all! The snow is melting away fast :/ I do not want it to go because I want a white Christmas for the first time ever! Anyways, I decided today was the day to finally post my thoughts about Let The Good Times Roll LUSH facial cleanser. This product was a part of the holiday collection in 2012 and was so popular and successful, that they made it a year round product. And let me tell ya, it is really great!

So here are some pictures of my cleanser plot:

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Positives:

  • Phenomenal aroma – carmel popcorn it is! To me, it smells like I am rubbing graham crackers all over my face.
  • Great texture – this cleanser is very light and airy I like to say. I think it differs from other LUSH facial cleansers because it is mazed based. (which adds to the graham cracker take).
  • A little goes a long way – I really think you can salvage this little pot of product for about 6 months.
  • Great results – I switch Angels on Bare Skin and this one weekly. I really like the results I get from both but the Let The Good Times Roll does brighten up my skin. Let’s just say, if I were to go on a trip and could only fit one, I would pick Let The Good Times Roll!

Negatives:

  • Small packaging – I do not think you can buy this cleanser in a larger or any other size. The only size I have seen and purchased has been the one above, the 3.5 ounces. I know with other cleansers, you can pick the price and tell them you want that much! Hopefully in the future, you will be able to do that with this cleanser.

So as you can tell from the number of positives and negatives, I really love this facial cleanser. I was so happy to hear they were bringing it back full time and purchased it immediately! It came out around the same time as Rose Jam this year. Let me know if you have tried this cleanser and your thoughts!? Tata for now!

The Medicine Cabinet Storage

Hello all! I hope everyone is getting off on a good start to the week. For me, I only have a week of school left! How exciting! Then I get to shop, shop and shop more for Christmas presents.

I have been meaning to show my LUSH face products in my medicine cabinet:

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These are all the LUSH goodies in my face collection:

  • Let The Good Times Roll facial cleanser
  • Angles on Bare Skin facial cleanser
  • Coal Face facial cleanser
  • Ultraband facial cleanser
  • Celestial facial moustirizer
  • Skin Shangri La moustirizer
  • Ultrabalm
  • Mint Julep lip scrub
  • Gorgeous facial moustirizer sample
  • Full of Grace
  • Breath of Fresh Air toner
  • Eyes Right eye cream
  • Grease Lighting spot treatment
  • 9 to 5 facial cleanser
  • Sparkle toothy tabs
  • Lemon Flutter cuticle cream sample

I never realized how much that is! I switch the products I use daily. For instance, if I am in the mood for something sweet I use Let The Good Times Roll and Gorgeous (which I finally splurged on in my last haul). Angles on Bare Skin is also a great everyday cleanser. I highly suggest it. Also, if you have never tried any LUSH moisturizers, they are seriously phenomenal. This LUSH section is the bottom shelf in my medicine cabinet.

I also think it is cool to show what beauty products I have above my LUSH stash:

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For the bottom shelf I have all of my contact stuff (contacts, contact case, contact solution, etc.). Also on this shelf are my teeth whitening tools, cotton swabs and lotion wipes (I am still contemplating whether I like these).

I also have a few Victoria Secret lotions (one is a self tanner in the smell Love Spell and the other is just a normal lotion). I also have a Pacifica self tanning lotion in Coconut Pearl. I also have some Neutrogena body oil, St. Ives exfoliating whips, Pssst! dry shampoo, Clean and Clear morning burst facial cleanser, H2O toner and Neutrogena toner.

I use all of these products weekly. But normally, the LUSH shelf is the most used!

Tata for now! Let me know if y’all enjoy these types of posts.

LUSH Haul

Since it seems a lot of my followers love haul posts, here are some recent LUSH purchases this past month.

I decided to splurge and take a chance to try some of the Retro products. The Retro and non- Retro products that I purchased included…

  • Rose Jam shower gel (now a part of the Christmas collection)
  • Ibiza Party hair shampoo
  • Gumback Express shower smoothie
  • In The Nude bath melt
  • Schnuggle body butter
  • Let The Good Times Roll (non-retro, can get in stores)
  • sample- Sea Vegetable soap

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I have tried all of the products. My favorite and most used would be the Rose Jam shower gel (smells exactly like the Rose Jam bubble bar) and the Schnuggle body butter.  Schnuggle is phenomenal because it is used outside of the shower and since I am not a huge lotion fan, I use it almost daily. It is similar to other body butter or massage bars but the nice thing about Schnuggle is that it leaves your skin moist but not sticky like other lotions do.

Ibiza Party is also a pretty good shampoo. Originally, I purchased it because LUSH claimed it “helps with de-tangeling” (which is totally false). But another reason I purchased it is because it helps with dry scalp and is a great combination to the scalp treatment from LUSH, Superbalm.

Gumback Express is an interesting product. it drew me in because I am a lover of almond and banana items, which are the main two ingredients in this one of a kind shower smoothie. Even though the smell is a tad bit funky, I enjoy using this at least once a week to exfoliate. The almond chunks really do the job well.

Let The Good Times Roll is one of my all time favorite products from LUSH because it smells phenomenal and the holiday season is quickly approaching. I highly recommend this facial cleanser for anyone who loves sweet smells (or likes eating graham crackers). It is not harsh on the skin so I believe that it will work nicely for all skin types.

For information about In The Nude– visit my bog bellow “In The Nude Bath Trio”

To learn more about each product visit: http://www.lushusa.com

Tata for now! If you have any questions for me or want to know any more about the products I did not go into detail with, comment below! 🙂

Rockstar Inspiration

With one of my favorite facial cleanser’s returning this fall, Let The Good Times Roll, I have decided to write this blog about where some of the LUSH products names have originated.

Let The Good Times Roll is one of my favorite facial cleansers because of the smell, texture, and ingredients. It smells exactly like graham crackers, cinnamon, and holidays, especially Thanksgiving and Christmas. The consistency of this cleanser is phenomenal because it is like putting fresh graham cracker crumbs all over your face. No wonder Let The Good Times Roll smells and feels like this, the main ingredients are maize, polenta, cinnamon, popped corn oil, and flour. According to LUSH Times it smells like buttery caramel popcorn! Overall this is one of my favorite LUSH products because of the familiar smell and memories it brings up, which stands out from many other LUSH products.

Interestingly, Let The Good Times Roll was inspired by song and many other LUSH products. For example, the honey-toffee body wash, It’s Raining Men, was inspired by The Weather Girls because “LUSH-ies” believed that while lathering up with this shower gel, made them want to sing to the heavens because of the smell, texture, and overall experience. Another example of a product relating to song is the lotion, Sympathy for the Skin, which consists of mashed bananas, almond oil, and vanilla. This lotions name was inspired by The Rolling Stone’s song, Sympathy for the Devil.

In the PR field, I believe that naming various beauty products after musicians and songs is a great way to introduce and sell products to the consumer. For example, someone who has a passion for The Rolling Stones would have a greater interest trying a lotion that somehow relates to their music rather than a lotion with a more generic name such as, banana lotion. Naming products after memorable musicians can also be a great way to generate news for LUSH. For example, if The Rolling Stones were coming out with a new album, they could give out samples of this lotion to every costumer in support of this new album. Another idea, would be to create an Instagram/Twitter competition where people post creative pictures of them using Sympathy for Skin and the winner would get a year supply of one LUSH product, or something along those lines.

What do you think? Is it a good idea to name products after songs?

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picture credit: http://www.unnomdeguerre.com/fashions/lushs-let-good-times-roll-cleanser-back-popular-demand