Thursday, 27 January 2011

Review: Lush Lemony Flutter

A couple of weeks ago I decided to buy a few bits from Lush
Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter being one of them
I don't particularly pay much attention to my hands but after my bestie telling me that your hands show your age as you get to the point when it matters I thought I'd better start being nice to them...

I really love the packaging Lush products come in
The black pots are so recognisable and stand out on my 'dressing table'
One day I'll own a white wooden dresser....
The butter is a thick consistency and yellow in colour
It smells like lemons, which I personally adore
Anything citrusy and I'm on it! 

What Lush say:We made Lemony Flutter to soften your cuticles; it's our thickest cream out there. It's so good at softening your cuticles and nourishing your nails that LUSH customers have been using it to soften and nourish lots of other body parts like their feet, elbows and knees

What I say: I've really enjoyed using this. I slather it on most nights (when I remember) before I go to bed as I do find it can be a bit greasy on my hands and this can be an issue during the day, I put this down to the thickness of the cream. I love the smell and texture :) 
As well as using this as a hand cream I do pop a bit on my elbows and knees as mine tend to get quite dry, especially elbows, and it moisturises a treat. Overall I've really enjoyed Lemony Flutter and will definitely repurchase when I run out.

Does anyone know if this is included in the 5 black pots scheme thingy Lush do?

Well there was my first in depth review, hope it wasn't too craptastic!

Much Loves


  1. Great review, I love the smell of that stuff, not too overpowering but enough to leaving lasting scent after it has been rubbed in :-)