Shampoo Review: LUSH Copperhead Shampoo Bar

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Since J.R. Liggett’s old-fashioned shampoo, which I liked bringing to camping trips when we were exploring the great outdoors almost every weekend, my hair is seeing a new bar shampoo. It’s the other hair wash product I got from LUSH. It’s called Copperhead, one of LUSH’s newest handcrafted shampoo bars. Daddy-O turned out wonderful for my colored-treated hair, yet I like alternating shampoos to give my hair rest periods like spring cleaning.

Copperhead contains freshly ground coffee mixed with henna, moisturizing roasted cocoa extract, agar agar seaweed gel, rosemary, fresh lemon juice and vanilla scent. The amount of henna in this bar is for loads of shine, safe for color-processed hair and great for natural dark hair, said the store assistant

LUSH Copperhead

The scent from the Copperhead bar is intimidating at first. Earthy and herby notes overpower the sweet notes of vanilla. After using the bar, the scent of Copperhead in the hair is fresh and, hahah, likable.

A bar is enough for 80 washes or so, LUSH says. However, it might not last me 80 washes because my hair seems to enjoy more a good, thick lather. My hair appears more vibrant, feels airy, doesn’t flatten out, even through hot and humid beach weather..

Copperhead is package-free. I like eco-friendly ideas, so it’s fine with me. I recycled one of my used Bench Fix hair product containers into my perfect shampoo bar dish and traveling case.

LUSH Copperhead Shampoo Bar Use a shampoo bar like you’d lather up with an ordinary soap.LUSH Shampoo BarsLUSH Copperhead Shampoo BarAt the LUSH store.

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