All-round lavender and lemon conditioner for all hair types. Our vegan customers have quite enough to put up with without having rough, dull, tangled hair. The majority of Lush products are vegan, but making a vegan conditioner without lanolin (from sheared sheep’s wool) took us a few years. Helen finally settled on using agar seaweed gel as a hair softener with lavender and lemons for shine. Vegans and everyone with fine hair should choose this one and stick with it.It use agar seaweed gel as a natural hair softener instead of lanolin, and blend in generous helpings of lemon oil to create the perfect vegan conditioner to leave us with tons of gloss and shine.They also added in the scalp soothing effects of lavender and rosemary to keep  sorted on top.

When I first bought this product i was unsure of it,but since it has no lanolin or heavy products it conditions my hair perfectly. When you put it on your hair it feels so light. I thought my hair would be so tangled, but it actually wasn’t surprisingly. I have an oily scalp and dry hair, so it leaves me with a normal hair look with a little moisturizing factor to it, but who cares love my hair is all shining and not oily again. It smells like fresh squeezed lemons with a slightly tangy note. You only need to use a tiny amount as long as your hairs not super thick. I would say that I have normal hair and it works wonders.

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Once my hair had fully dried, I began to notice a beautiful, glossy shine that I hadn’t seen for a very long time. Not only did it soothe my scalp but helped my hair feel more manageable and look better. With multiple uses, my hair only improved and I was able to wear it down without straightening it .
Try to use with a Lush Home Rehab Shampoo, for the best results as i am now for many years or so whenever i wanted my hair to be on the right track. it comes on smaller bottles but if your hair is real thick then you end up finishing withing a month or so, its expensive but i must say worth a paying.
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 The Main Ingredient

Lemon Oil (Citrus limonum)

Lemon oil is antiseptic, cleansing and fungicidal and could be helpful in boosting the immune system and fighting infections. Its uplifting aroma is makes a zesty top note in our fine fragrances and it’s a refreshing addition to our product perfumes. Their Marilyn hair treatment, I Love Juicy shampoo, and Veganese conditioner all contain lemon oil for its cleansing properties and its ability to lighten blonde hair.

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The product is good and you will find in your nearby Lush Homes Outlets. I am turning Veganese, I think I’m Veganese. I really think so. Lemon for shine, seaweed for softness and herbal infusions for the scalp. A fresh, light conditioner for all hair types (not just vegans!)


Lush produces creams, soaps, shampoos, shower gels, lotions, moisturizers, scrubs, masks and other cosmetics for the face, hair, and body using only vegetarian or vegan recipes. Solid shampoos as well as “Toothy Tabs” which are solid toothpaste tablets are also available for purchase online and in a retail store. Lush is also known for their bath bombs which are solid bars of sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, essential oils and natural butters that fizz out and can produce an array of colors. As of July 2012, Lush began selling their “Emotional Brilliance” makeup collection, which includes liquid lipsticks, liquid eyeliners, and cream shadows. Lush also launched their first mascara, Eyes Right, under the “Emotional Brilliance” line.[12]

Lush products are 100% vegetarian. They are 83% vegan and 60% preservative-free (though these numbers fluctuate, as the product range changes frequently) and often contain fruits and vegetables such as grapefruit juice, vanilla beans, avocado butter, rosemary oil, fresh papaya and coconut. However, some products contain lanolin, milk, eggs, honey, and beeswax. Parabens are used to preserve a number of the products.[13]