- Let the Good Times Roll- discon? Dry scalp question, international travel question
- March 9th, 2013
1. According to my local Lush facebook page (Rochester, NY, USA) "Let the Good Times Roll" is being discontinued. I find this to be really odd, seeing how it was popular enough over the Christmas season to be expanded into a year-round product. If this is true, I'm pretty bummed because I was using it as a gentle exfoliator this winter twice a week and was pretty happy with the results. (I have dry, sensitive skin)
I also heard the A Million Kisses is being discontinued (thought I read that on the Lush UK site a while back) and Glorious Mud is being discontinued(?) according to Lush Times.
2. Any tips for dry scalp that isn't Superbalm? I tried a free sample, got a huge headche and results seemed comparable to Snake Oil, tried it a second time, may have used too much, and made myself sick. I use Snake Oil once a week and Jasmine and Henna once a week as treatments. I shampoo with Tricomania and Curly Wurly throughout the week and put small amount of R & B in my hair to smooth my hair before work. I bought Roots to see if that will help the winter dryness. Any other ideas?
3. I'll be traveling to Lithuania for nearly two weeks in July. (There are no Lush store in Lithuania and it's a short trip.) In the spring and summer Aqua Marina is my cleanser so I can't imagine havingtoo much trouble at the airport. However, I use Ultrabland at night and Celestial is my mositurizer. Has anyone had trouble using the black sample containers, or any small container with soft Lush products?
(Tags needed- hair treatment: Roots, hairtreatment: Superbalm, cleanser: Let the Good Times Roll, all of the toothy tabs, Putty for your hands)