Have you heard what’s happened? Candy Floss now gives a sweet clean. No, not that sugary funfair treat. The sugar in this Candy Floss gently exfoliates the skin. Don't fear! It’s still got that same great scent you crave thanks to comforting clove bud and Fair Trade vanilla absolute. For clean that’s really the boss, make sure the label says Candy Floss.
Shake a generous handful of Candy Floss out and just add water for a thick, creamy lather with paradisaical sweet fragrance. Air miles aren't glamorous, so the raw beet sugar we use has an average field-to-factory journey of 28 miles (all in the UK).
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About 1 year ago
It never ceases to amaze me that Lush's range of showders are not sold in stores (barring Oxford Street, of course) because I think that if more people were aware of their existence, Lush would make a killing. In my opinion, both varieties of showder (candy floss and lemon sherbert) far exceed most, if not all, of Lush's shower gels, creams and jellies, which I am aware is a bold claim to make - but believe me, I have tried them all.
About 2 months ago
I didn't realize how much I needed this in my life. Make sure you use a decent size helping in the shower (avoid using it directly under running water until you're ready to rinse or else it will melt away). The scrub effect is gentle, it lathers and becomes so so soft. It smells just like candy! It reminds me of a less sickly sweet version of snow fairy. It also paired really well with the American Cream limited edition shower gel, I smell like sweet cotton candy and it is unreal.Read More
3 weeks ago
About 3 weeks ago
It’s a flowery kind of sweetness rather thank it being sickly, which is a plus in my books. And the after scent is very subtle. But my skin has been left super smooth while still feeling natural and not sticky. A good handful is enough to do the full body, and the scrub is subtle enough when used. Definitely a new must have :)
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