Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Lush Recycling Programme





The Lush recycling programme is one of my favourites because not only are you doing your little bit but you get a free face mask out of it too. Over the weekend, after I'd used up my second pot of Dream Cream I gave them all a good scrub and went in to Lush Southampton to return them. The Lush recycling programme has been going for a number of years. They're made from polypropylene plastic and every pot you recycle gets cleaned, melted and re-moulded to make more black pots for your favourite products. If you go onto the Lush website you can read more about their recycling programme and watch the video which I found really interesting. 

I picked up BB Seaweed as my free face mask as I'd been given two samples of it last month and really liked it. BB Seaweed is a calming facemask with fresh seaweed, ground almonds, rose absolute and aloe vera which all helps to sooth and soften the skin. I'll give it a proper review once I've used it a bit more but so far I'm really liking the effects on my skin. Don't forget to save and clean your pots so you can pick up a free face treat too!


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  1. I completely forgot Lush did this, need to start saving my pots!! xx
    Glossy Boutique

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    1. You do! And really wash them out, the sales assistant in my local lush almost made me wash them out again in store even though they were spotless!

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  2. Isn't it save 5 and you get 1 free? Or have they changed it now? :)

    Jess @ JuicyyyJesss*

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