Lush, Salted Coconut Hand Scrub

Hi girls!

Today I have for you the review of a hand scrub that has officially became part of my hand and nail care routine: Salted Coconut by Lush. I love Lush‘s products, but I don’t buy them very often because I find them quite expensive.


Salted Coconut comes in two sizes: 130g (11,95€) or 300g (23,50€). It is sold inside a black recycled plastic box. I own the smaller size.

The product description on Lush’s official website says:

Superbly soft skin and scrubbing go hand in hand. This creamy coconut and sea salt exfoliator is the perfect way to keep your paws in tiptop condition. Apply a generous dollop to wet hands and scrub all over or use when your hands are dry for a rougher cleanse. Sea salt is a wonderful natural exfoliant, packed full of restorative minerals to cleanse and treat the skin, whilst coconut oil deeply hydrates without making your hands sticky. Those who love the sweet smell of the outdoors will love to get stuck into this scrub – fragranced with the smell of sweet gorse.

I love Salted Coconut for many reasons: first, I love its smell, which is sweet and intense but not too strong. Hands will be smelling good for hours and hours after using this scrub! The second reason why I love this product is that it works perfectly, because it is highly exfoliating but still very delicate on skin. It is great also for dry hands!

Here you can read the ingredient list, which is totally vegan and cruelty free.

Fine Sea Salt, Glycerine, Fresh Lemon Infusion, Organic Silken Tofu, Japan Wax, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Argan Oil, Cupuacu Butter, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Perfume, Neroli Oil, Hydroxycitronellal, Amyl Cinnamal, *Geraniol, *Farnesol, *Limonene, *Linalool.

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

I think Salted Coconut is one of the best hand scrubs I’ve ever tried, and I’ll totally recommend it to you. I’m like everything of this product, except for its price, which is really high for me.

Have you ever tried any product for hands and nails from Lush?






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