I am an everyday user of Lush lip scrubs because I have an awful habit of biting my lips in my sleep. I choose Lush lip scrubs over all others not only because of Lush’s ethical buying policies but because they give instant results and with minimum effort.
The 25g jars of Lush lip scrubs can easily slip into your handbag with all of your other daily essentials. They are the quickest and easiest way to exfoliate dry or chapped lips whenever and wherever.
The Kiss Lip Scrub is a part of 2017’s Lush Valentine’s line, my first experience with it was Valentine’s 2016. Scent wise, I think The Kiss is probably my favourite of the Lush lip scrubs, it has a wonderfully sweet sherbet scent and it tastes really good too. Although Lush lip scrubs aren’t made to be eaten, it won’t hurt if you end up accidentally swallowing a bit.
What sets the, The Kiss lip scrub apart from the rest is the inclusion of red edible hearts. Although from an exfoliation perspective they are purely decorational I think they add a little romance to the scrub, this product not only exfoliates and softens your lips but looks cute and fun too.
Colour wise it’s very similar to Lush’s Bubblegum lip scrub. Bubblegum shares its scent with the Snow Fairy shower gel so is immensely popular, I however prefer The Kiss because it’s a much softer formula. Although it contains near on the same ingredients, I just find The Kiss to be slightly more gentle which is better for me considering I like to use a lip scrub daily.
The only negative thing about it is that it doesn’t seem to last as long as the other Lush lip scrubs. After 5 or 6 months the scent starts to fade a little which doesn’t match up with their use by date which is labelled as lasting just over 12 months. Overall I however really do like this product, a little goes a long way and I plan on buying another pot before Valentine’s 2017 is over.