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It's no secret that we love a good Lush haul. So when our last scoop of Glossier's Mega Green's was up, we jumped at the chance to get acquainted with Lush's Jelly Face Masks. And thus we did. What did we buy? FOMO, Bunny Moon, and 1000 Millihelens. We also got Rosy Cheeks, Let the Good Times Roll, and Wiccy Magic Muscles while we were at it. 

Quick sticks review - Bunny Moon leaves your skin even-toned, bright and smooth - LOVE! 1000 Millihelens, Let the Good Times Roll, and Rosy Cheeks all smell INCREDIBLE but have a so-so effect on oily, problem-prone skin. FOMO is lovely, but there's not enough to differentiate it from the other jelly masks. Wiccy Magic Muscles works beautifully after a strong, maybe-pushed-it-too-far yoga session. Note on all: if you're not a fan of synthetic scents, these products aren't for you. More on ingredients below. 


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We're interested in knowing how well you gelled with Lush's jelly masks. Did they work for ya? @ us on Instagram with your feedback, and keep your ears and eyes peeled for a sneaky birthday giveaway coming your way soon. 


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ingredient check


Since April of 2017, we've committed to visibly listing all potentially harmful ingredients in the products we mention in our posts. Please remember that natural doesn't mean 'safe', and synthetic doesn't mean 'harmful'. You can read more about this and our other policies in our Mission Statement.

Bunny Moon, 1000 Millihelens, FOMO

TalcCoumarin, Perfume

Let the Good Times Roll

Talc, Perfume

Rosy Cheeks

Benzyl AlcoholButylphenyl Methylpropional, Perfume

Wiccy Magic Muscles

Cinnamyl AlcoholCinnamal, Coumarin, Eugenol, Isoeugenol, Benzyl Benzoate, Perfume