If I can't find pineapples in season, I'll buy these. Usually I'll use them when cooking a ham, or if I want to grill them for a touch of sweetness. I also use the juice for cooking (and, let's face it, alcoholic beverages).
They're good, and I've never been let down by this product.
These are all great products, and I've repeatedly purchased the full sizes.
They smell citrusy, without being overwhelming, and they don't seem to irritate sensitive skin (unless I'm having a major flare up, in which case I may get some minor burning).
The cleanser lathers nicely, so you only need one pump (or dollop in this case) for your entire face/neck, and the lotion goes a long way too. The lotion is more of a gel, and it offers a cooling effect, as well. The spray... I'm not sure it actually works as a primer or setting spray, or if that's just me, but it does feel wonderful on the face.
If you're hesitant of the full sized products, give this a try first. There's another kit that includes a facial scrubby (happy to report it's latex free!), and the charcoal exfoliant stick, which is equally awesome.
I have an extremely sensitive scalp (seborrheic dermatitis), and find that I generally have to swap shampoos frequently, as they irritate my scalp.
That's not the case with this.
I can use it consistently, and it never causes burning or itching, and I don't have to swap between multiple products just to try and prevent pain.
It makes my hair feel incredibly clean, and I love the smell of it. It is a minty scent (which isn't overwhelming), which rejuvenates and awakens, without a lot of that extra tingling you often get with mintier products!
I should mention, I've used it with colour treated hair too (like vibrant colour treated hair - blue, purple, green, etc.), and it doesn't seem to strip it.
It is a bit pricy, but it's a Lush product, so you know it's ethically and economically attained, and you don't use much of it at all (I also have long, thick hair).
The chocolate is, expectedly, delicious, and the extra bits are just enough to make it different and fun, in comparison to other chocolate bars on the market. It can be a bit painful to eat, as it is a massive freaking triangle, but that's half the fun.
I don't get these often, but if you enjoy real milk chocolate, and have never tried it, get one! Just don't be scared by the price. :)
This is my favourite exfoliant I've ever tried! It doesn't burn my sensitive skin, and it seems to clean my skin without ripping it off or overdrying it. It is on the pricier side, but I'd say it's worth it. It also lasts quite some time, so that's a bonus.
It is a bit weird to people, knowing they're touching their face directly onto the product, but that really doesn't bother me. You can always wipe it as you see fit.
10/10 recommend though.
If they're still selling it, you can get a trial pack, with this, a rubber-esque cleansing device (happy to report it's latex free!), and other products from the Rainforest of the Sea collection. The mini products also last a while, so if you're on the fence, I'd say go this route. :)
They're sturdy enough, and do what they're intended to do (and even what they're not - I'm looking at you, clean ears!). They're affordable, as well. The only thing I don't like about them, is the cotton bits are sometimes quick to fall apart, or they are already a cottony mess when you receive them. Otherwise, they're a good product.
To be honest, all of the H2Ocean products are great. For the longest time, I was making my own salt water solution to heal my piercings. I was sold after a piercer used some on me, and that initial hot skin feeling immediately disappeared (if you have piercings, you know what I'm talking about!). I always keep a bottle of their spray saline. I've also used their tattoo aftercare, and I love it. They seem small, but a little goes a long way. It helps with the itchiness in healing, and seems to be hypoallergenic, as I have some pretty temperamental skin. 10/10 would recommend all of their products.