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Review on Lush R&B Hair Moisturizer

Hey guys! Hope everyone enjoyed their holiday weekend! I'm back to review Lush R&B Hair Moisturizer. I've been hearing some great things about this product but just haven't gotten around to trying it. I was in Lush one day and one of the employees who was natural made a sample for me and swore by it. She said it became her staple product and I couldn't wait to try it out for myself! Here is what the hair moisturizer looked like.

Directly from Lush's website, it describes R&B " Enjoy some of our smooth R & B hair stylings to control your frizzy, flyaway hair. An instant best-seller, our easy-to-use “hair finisher” uses softening ingredients of organic avocado butter, oatmeal, olive oil, extra virgin coconut oil, jojoba oil and candelilla wax because they are extremely effective for conditioning the hair and scalp. Three of our UK shop managers came up with R & B to revive and balance their wayward follicles. It works well with African American or curly hair because it conditions with a lot of moisture. And once you smell the seductive orange blossom and jasmine fragrance, your hair will truly get its groove back."  

This moisturizer is so amazing!! I am so going back to Lush this week and picking this up! When I tell you from the moment I put this stuff in my hair until the time I went to bed, my hair was super soft and stayed moisturized the whole day! I was so impressed by this so much! I always have to use a couple different products in my hair to get what this one product and some water did. I just can't get over how my hair was. I'm like in love with this moisturizer lol! This is 22.95 and worth every single penny! Have you ever tried this hair moisturizer? What were your thoughts? Comment below and let me know!!

~** Drea Notes **~

I have become a master at the grill! I manned the grill all by myself this weekend and did a really good job!!
I've been super busy but will be posting more soon!


  1. This product sounds great. I love the ingredients in it. I need to learn to use the grill. I'm afraid of it lol

    1. You should try a sample if you're near a Lush. I'm afraid of propane grills but I'll do charcoal ones anyday lol! Thanks for stopping by Tanya!

  2. This sounds very promising!! I bet it smells great too!
    I don't think I can ever get to using a!

    1. It really is! I had enough in the sample to use twice. It smells so good, I really smell the Jasmine but it's not too strong. The hard part about grilling is getting it started, I use so much paper and matches lol! Thanks for reading Lily!

  3. This sounds lovely! I go through so many hair products that simply just don't work, so it is really nice that Lush give samples to try. I'm going to look into this one.

    Keisha xo

  4. I'm still going through hair products to see what works and what doesn't. I've been having some luck so far. I love that about Lush, you can try it before making that purchase. Let me know when you do try it out! Thanks for reading Keisha!


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