I Love Juicy Lush Shampoo

Over the past year or so, I’ve been trying to transition from a mindless consumer to a thoughtful one – I want to know where things come from, how they were made, what impacts their companies have. It’s so important to me that no animals suffered so I can have my products.

This week, I’ll tell you about my shampoo, which I get from Lush (have I mentioned how much I love Lush? SO much.) If you don’t know, Lush is a company that’s 100%  committed to cruelty-free, vegan products (sometimes they use honey – which vegans debate. I, personally, am pro-honey. More homes for bees!) They also make efforts to be environmentally friendly, and helpful of multiple charities! In particular, they have a product called ‘charity pot’; it’s a tub of moisturizer with a charity of your choice on the front, and all the proceeds go to the charity! (not the profit, everything!)

Anyway, I absolutely adore Lush. This shampoo is all natural, and it leaves my hair feeling silky smooth. Also, it smells just ~lovely~.

But here’s the BEST part (as a financially strained student): It lasts FOREVER. Yes, this bottle cost about 40$; however, I’m not even halfway through, and I’ve had it for about six months. To start, I bought the 10ml bottle and it lasted me almost two months!When you compare that to about 10$ a month that I used to spend, it’s a lot of savings.

Anyway, this shampoo has been incredible for me. They also have many other scents and shampoo recipes, so if this one’s not your thing, try out the others!

What are you favourite vegan, cruelty-free products?


  • Thanks for the info on Lush, I had no idea they were such a responsible company, xmas shopping ideas here….

  • Well, you know how much I love LUSH products. They are the absolute best. Presently I’m enjoying one of their soap bars. I have travel-size shampoo and conditioner bottles, but I’m going to have to get myself this larger shampoo. I’m curious to try it. Other brands I’ve discovered that you might enjoy that produce everything from cleaning products to bath products to toothpastes, and so on:

    Green Beaver

    You can find them online at places like Well.ca and
    Healthy Planet Canada. But local stores also carry some of these products, so check there first. I have found almost all of these products at supermarkets and pharmacies, and I no longer have to order online.

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