Lush Seanik Shampoo Bar Review
I bought Lush’s Seanik Shampoo Bar on a whim one day when I was near Liverpool Street station. I don’t usually go into Lush and I’ve never bought a shampoo bar before but I suppose you only live once haha!
When talking to a member of staff at Lush he said it is meant to last about 80 washes, which for the price is pretty cost effective. However, and I speak from experience, do not store it directly in the shower or it won’t last that long (I might add, I did this out of lazy complacency rather than lack of thought).
I usually rub the bar into my scalp about three times and it foams nicely, but you can always lather the bar in between your hands. The scent is bearable, it’s sort of lemony but it also reminds me of the soap you’d use in public toilets. The smell doesn’t really linger though, so I can’t complain too much!
I bought this shampoo bar with the aim of achieving more voluminous and texturised hair. The sea salt in the bar does help with that as it works in a similar way to a sea salt spray, but the seaweed and Irish Moss helps soften the hair so it’s not as drying as some sea salt sprays.
I think the Lush Seanik Shampoo Bar would be good for people wanting to achieve more volume and texture to their hair, especially if their hair is on the oilier side, as I’ve found that the shampoo has clarifying properties.
I do like Seanik, it does what it’s advertised to do well. The only thing that puts me off slightly is the smell, but that’s not too bad.
Have you ever tried Lush’s Seanik?
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Irish Moss Gel, Perfume, Nori Seaweed, Fine Sea Salt, Lemon Oil, Mimosa Absolute, Orange Flower Absolute, Jasmine Absolute, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Limonene, Colour 42090.
*The shampoo bar is a vegan product and is not tested on animals*