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Lush Lemony Flutter

posted Wednesday, 21 May 2008

I had a little time to kill while waiting for a friend in NY this past February.  As I headed towards Penn Station, I noticed a Lush store and popped inside.  I had never tried any Lush products, but have always heard good things about them.  Although I'm not a crunchy granola type at all, I visited both the New Age shop and the health food store near one of my old places of employ quite frequently to sniff the candles and to buy soap and Dr. Bronner's products.  Lush reminded me of a less-stoned version of the former.  Immediately I was accosted by a friendly sales associate who chattered on about how natural and wonderful their products were, listing ingredients and their properties.  Part of me was interested, and part of me wanted to run screaming from the shop. I stayed and sniffed and ended up buying a tub of Lemony Flutter cuticle cream.  I loved the lemon scent and since my cuticles are always a wreck, I thought it was a good idea.

I've been using Lemony Flutter nightly for the past 2 1/2 months and it does make my cuticles very supple. If they're rough and hard, I tend to chew them (I know, gross) but if they're nice and soft, I don't.  Well, not so much. :)  Lemony Flutter is also a great moisturizer for scaly elbows and feet, but it is a bit greasy, so don't use it and then put on your best silk blouse.  It's best for bedtime use, or on a day when you plan to hang around the house in your sweats.