Lush Wash That Man Right Out Of My Hair Shower Gel is a new shower gel that recently launched in the UK and is now available in the US and coming to Lush stores shortly. I’m a lover of Lush Shower Gels so I snatched this up during a recent UK order about a month and half ago.
Like I need more shower gel. I’m such an addict.
If you’re a child of the 80’s you likely remember the commercial for Cairol Loving Care with the catchy little jingle, “I’m going to wash that gray right out of my hair!” Or if you’re an old movie fan like me you remember the original version from South Pacific, “I’m going to wash that man right out of my hair!”
Honestly, this is the dumbest name for a shower gel evers. It’s a shower gel, not a shampoo, so why you washing that man right out of your hair?! I’m so confused, someone hold me. I will say in Lush’s defense they have always fondly recommended their shower gels as shampoo from time to time (but this wasn’t recommended as such) however, as much as I want my hair smelling like Snow Fairy I wouldn’t recommend it as a shampoo because it makes my hair like hay likewise for their other shower gels.
Anyway, name aside, this is delighted.
It’s loaded up with soothing lavender, jasmine, rose petal, guava and fig. It kinda makes me sleepy and relaxed whenever I use it as the soothing, relaxing scent of lavender mixed with sweeter floral and fruit notes makes it a very comforting fragrance. I should say I don’t like lavender very much but this has a slight sweetness that makes the scent very, very appealing. It smells a lot like Lush Angels on Bare Skin!
Sadly, this is in shower experience. Must Lush Shower Gels have a strong, lingering fragrance out of the shower but Wash That Man Out of Your Hair seems to be in shower only experience as I didn’t catch much of a fragrance after exiting the shower and drying off.
This one is my in my nighttime shower routine. It’s soothing, comforting and the beautiful soft slightly sweetened notes of herbally lavender make for a very relaxing shower.
Available now lush.com.