Lush Shaving Soap Review – Strawberry D’Fluff

Lush Shaving Soap

Lush Shaving Soap

D’Fluff Strawberry Shaving Soap from Lush is one of my favourite new products. If you read my blog you may have realised my passion for Lush products, who doesn’t love Lush though?, and I recently attended a Lush blogger event trying, making and learning about their products which I wrote about here.

Lush Shaving Soap As goes with the Lush brand it is cruelty free, none of their ingredients were tested on animals or bought by anyone who has tested it on animals. The Lush shaving soap is  a combination of natural ingredients and safe synthetics mixing their shaving soap with fresh strawberries, Fair Trade organic cocoa butter, rose absolute and organic rose hip oil. To give it the d’fluff light texture is also contains coconut oil, golden syrup, and egg whites.

Lush Shaving Soap

The product advice is that it can be used on any part of the body and to simply smooth the soap on the area wanting to be shaved. Whilst shaving to rinse the blade often or alternatively use as a body wash. My first use of this product followed this advice and wasn’t the most successful; it used a fair amount of product and clogged up my razor. Second attempt I applied the lush shaving soap with slightly dampened hands giving it a creamy texture that made the product go a lot further, my shave really smooth, and kept my razor clean.

Lush Shaving Soap

The Lush shaving soap smells amazing, not overwhelmingly strawberry as there are other fragrances such as rose in the ingredients. As there is coco butter in the soap after shaving your legs are really moisturised and  are left super smooth, soft and with a healthy shine finish. It is a very gentle, creamy consistency if applied with slightly damp hands so if you suffer with any soreness after shaving I would highly recommend trying this out.

Lush Shaving Soap

Lush Shaving Soap*

Lush Shaving Soap - D'Fluff

9.2

QUALITY

9.0/10

BUY IT AGAIN

10.0/10

PRICE

8.5/10

Pros

  • Good Results
  • Ethically Sound
  • Fairly inexpensive
  • Natural/Fresh
  • Lasts 1 year

Cons

  • Few instructions
  • Doesn't Lather
  • Smells more of roses than strawberries
Mary Oliver

Mary 24 CRAFTY CREATIVE CLUMSY UK beauty, fashion, lifestyle blogger and vlogger I started this blog in summer 2013 to create my own little space to write relatable content on my personal style for the everyday girl. Yorkshire based lover of tea, floral prints and skater dresses.