Sunflower Solid Deodorant from Lush

Sunflower Solid Deodorant.pngAt the risk of sounding like a cocky know it all, there aren’t very many Lush products that I haven’t heard of. Even though I may not have tried a product, I have at the least heard of it.

Oxford Street’s Sunflower Solid Deodorant was a game changer of a product for me. It had been completely missed by my Lush radar.

The last time I visited the flagship store I came across it, after giving it a quick sniff, I picked up a 100g bar of it to buy. Finding it was a complete accident, I was actually looking for some Princess dusting powder.

Finding it made me ridiculously happy because although it is technically an old Lush product, it was completely new to me. This wow-factor, Lush revelation feeling normally only happens to me when a new seasonal range comes out, I was buzzing!

The Sunflower is probably my favourite smelling Lush solid deodorant out of the few I have tried. Although not as strong in scent, it reminds me of the (pictured below) Sunflower bubble bar. The Sunflower bubble bar was available earlier this year as a mother’s day Oxford Street exclusive, I’m hoping they decided to bring it back as it’s a beautiful product.

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I honestly hadn’t really ever got on with any Lush solid deodorants prior to trying the Sunflower version. I am still trying to persevere with T’eo solid deodorant which is why I haven’t completed my review on it yet. I am trying very hard to give it a fair chance however scratching my armpits to bits every time I try it, is not what I want out of a deodorant.

When I first picked up the sample piece of the Sunflower solid deodorant in Lush Oxford Street, I was surprised at how smooth it was in comparison to the T’eo deodorant bar.

It has a very similar consistency to a bar of soap. With the heat of my body it gradually melts, gliding easily on to my underarm area. When I say melt it is very, very gradual. It’s not the same ‘melt’ as a Lush massage bar.

Once on your skin it feels just like a roll on deodorant does. It’s both deodorising and hydrating, with a light but refreshing lemon scent I really, really like it. Some deodorants are so over powering, this one is however a soft but zingy citrus scent.sunflower solid deodrant wrapped

I have been using the Sunflower solid deodorant almost every day since I got it back in March/April. I cannot believe how long it is lasting, I can see it lasting another 6 or so months at the least.

If you do get hold of some Sunflower solid deodorant I recommend keeping it in its paper packaging or getting a Lush tin for it. I find this keeps it from drying out like my Aromaco solid deodorant did.

A sceptics first question on solid deodorants is, does it work? In regards to the Sunflower solid deodorant I say yes. It’s the perfect product for deodorising your under arms. It however isn’t an antiperspirant, if you’re looking for something to stop sweat too then you’ll need to combine the Sunflower solid deodorant with something else.

A lot of people think that antiperspirants and deodorants are the same thing but they aren’t. One stops you from sweating as much, while the other deodorises unpleasant under arm odours. A good Lush product to pair the Sunflower solid deodorant with is one of their dusting powders. This works the same as talc and once you start using it you’ll wonder how you ever coped without it.

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4 thoughts on “Sunflower Solid Deodorant from Lush

  1. I would love to try it! Aromaco’s smell didn’t do it for me, and i got tired of having to scrape the top layer off of my T’eo bar so now i just use dusting powders until i find something better. I’m assuming its an oxford street exclusive?

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