A Review: Lush Fresh Farmacy Facial Soap.

It’s Friday and I’m talking about Fresh Farmacy Facial Soap… say that five times fast!

It’s been a decent week over here. Things are really busy with work, and it’s a little stressful, but I am trying to practice healthy ways to cope with my stress… such as, taking a break and getting some fresh air, instead of sitting and stewing for an hour.

It’s a tiny bit helpful in the middle of lots of uncertainty and worry.

But, let’s talk about the soap 🙂

I’ve shared that I’ve been on a journey with my skin over the past two months. I went on a HUNT for skincare products that would clear up my red, irritated skin. So, I bought a few things from LUSH including Fresh Farmacy, even though it had mixed reviews.

This is a bar soap that has soothing calamine powder, balancing lavender oil and cleansing tea tree oil. This is the second product with calamine in it that has really changed my skin!

I have been using this soap twice daily in combination with some other acne-fighting products and wow, my skin has had SUCH a turnaround.

I’m going to post one giant blog post next week that has ALL the products I’ve been using for my skin, along with which ones really made a difference and which ones were just meh.

This one is one that I really liked and could tell a huge difference. It’s also vegan, self-preserving, and package-free, which I love!

What are some of your favorite products from LUSH?

This beauty review is not sponsored — nor are any of the reviews on this blog. I am a beauty and skincare junkie and enjoy sharing the products I love right here! For more reviews and similar posts, please subscribe to the blog by clicking subscribe on the right side of your screen. Cheers! 

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