Tuesday, October 9, 2012

LUSH H'Suan Wen Hua Hair Moisturizer: Photos + Review!

I love a good conditioning treatment on my hair, and today I wanted to share one I've been using recently.  LUSH H'Suan Wen Hua Hair Moisturizer is a deep conditioner consisting of avocado, watercress, and olive oil.  You slather it into dry hair, wait 20 minutes, and rinse it out.


I've found both pros and cons to this moisturizer.  I love the smell and how soft and moisturized my hair feels after I use it.  I'm not left with a greasy residue, which I like.  The jar says to "rinse" this out when you are done with it, but I use a shampoo to keep it from being to heavy.

My hair definitely loses a little volume after I use this product, as it is a heavy cream.  Also, with somewhat long thick hair, I end up using a big chunk of this tub every time I use it.  I think I'll only get about 5 uses out of this jar.


I've been using this every once in a while when I have a day or two that I know I can just let my hair do what it wants and be a little flat afterward.  It really nourishes my strands, but isn't something I would want to use multiple times a week or before I want to style my hair a certain way.

I have very fine hair and I think this conditioner would probably be better suited to people with a coarse texture and curls!  I've found a way to make it work for me, but ultimately it is not my miracle treatment.

H'Suan Wen Hua retails for $19.95 and can be purchased wherever LUSH products are sold!

What is your favorite deep conditioner?
xx, Allison

2 comments:

  1. Looks nice!:)

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  2. I have quite thick hair with some curl in it so I might try this out! =)

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