Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Purchase of the Week! H'Suan Wen Hua.

Hi everyone, I thought that I would make a series of blog posts about the favourite thing I purchase each week and tell you my first impression of it, where it's from, what it is, how much it was, etc. So the first one is the H'Suan Wen Hua.

What is it and where is it from? A hair treatment from Lush. Here is what the Lush website says about the product: "Mega-moisturiser for super-conditioning care to feed your hungry hair. It's Lush salad dressing for the head; a nutritious treat to make hair more healthy and pleased to be alive! Avocados are nutritious and softening, balsamic vinegar gives amazing shine, and watercress infusion is exceptionally high in vitamins and increases the tensile strength of the hair. H'Suan Wen Hua means The God of Hair in Cantonese (we think), and our intention is to give you the hair of a deity. Use it on days when  you'd like your hair to be worshipped."

How do you use it? On the container it says: "Apply loads to dry hair, massage in and leave for 20 minutes, then shampoo out and condition normally." 

How much was it? £8.50 Not a bad price considering I will get between 4 and 6 uses out of it!

What does it smell like? A little bit like gingerbread but more herby and plant-like. It is a quite nice smell.

I am very excited to try this product as I have heard good things about it and my hair is in need of a treat!

For those of you who don't know what Lush is, it is a company that uses only natural ingredients for their products and don't test them on animals. Also, most of their products are suitable for vegans. Check out the Lush website for more information.

Have you tried this product? If so, leave you thoughts on it in the comments section! I'd love to hear from you!