The Dragon Brought Moisture To My Hair | Lush Wasabi Sham Kui Shampoo & Aga’s Conditioner

As some of you probably already know, I recently went to Lush Liverpool Spa to check out all of their delicious smelling exclusive products, and whilst I was there I managed to stop by their Haircare Department to check out some of the new and very interesting products that they had on offer. Well after giving everything a good sniff, I eventually picked up a Bottle of the Wasabi Sham Kui Shampoo and a Bottle of the Aga’s Conditioner, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of them.

Here’s what Lush say about both very interesting sounding products.

The Wasabi Sham Kui Shampoo.

Hey Kui, with the fine Hair! This stimulating Wasabi Shampoo will turn your Follicles on and promote growth. Add to that a combination of fresh Horseradish, Caffeine Powder and Menthol Crystals and you get a burst of cool tingles as you massage over the Scalp while the gentle scent of Rose, Gardenia, and Sicilian Lemon Oil soothe your senses. Hand Harvested Sea Salt will give your Roots a volumising boost while Fair Trade Olive Oil, sourced from the women-led cooperative Sindyanna in Israel, improves the tensile strength of the Hair Shaft which helps to prevent breakage.

The Aga’s Conditioner.

Blonde Locks need a brightness boost? Aga’s got you covered. Packed full of juicy, shine-inducing Plums, this toning Conditioner with Biotin will soften and strengthen for swishable, strokable Hair. Violet hues take care of Yellow tones and brassiness, while Linseed Gel and Argan Oil offer luxurious yet lightweight hydration that’ll have you basking in the breathtaking Blonde of your dreams in no time. To highlight cooler tones use this fresh and fruity Conditioner weekly, or for Silver worth shouting about use with every wash.

A circular puddle of dark green shampoo, on a white background.

A picture of the Lush Wasabi Sham Kui Shampoo.

The Lush Wasabi Sham Kui Shampoo.

It’s scent.

I really liked it’s scent, as even though it contained Wasabi Concoction, Epsom Salts, Hand Harvested Sea Salt, Fresh Horseradish, Organic Agave Syrup, Fresh Wasabi, Caffeine Powder, Sicilian Lemon Oil, Rose Oil, Organic Sweet Orange Oil, Fresh Lemon Juice, Menthol Crystals, Gardenia Extract, and Fair Trade Olive Oil, I thought that it had a very deep and fruity yet ever so slightly medicinal citrus scent to it that kind of reminded me of if they had blended their Prince Charming Shower Cream with a Bottle of Cough Syrup.

It’s consistency.

I really liked it’s consistency, as even though it was called a Shampoo, I thought that it felt incredibly thin and watery, and was more like a thin and watery Facial Serum rather than a thin and watery yet ever so slightly balmy Shampoo.

What it did when I used it.

I really liked what this did when I used it, as once I had started to massage a little bit of it into my Hair, it turned from a thin and watery Facial Serum into a thin and creamy yet ever so slightly frothy Shampoo that spread really easily through my Hair. I also really liked that as I was massaging it into my Hair, that it started to create a really nice yet ever so slightly strangely satisfying tingling sensation that lasted for quite a long time.

It’s results.

I really liked it’s results, as not only did this leave my Hair feeling incredibly squeaky clean, silky soft, smooth, volumised and intensely hydrated, but it also left it looking much shinier and healthier for at least two or three days after I had used it.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a tall cylindrical Plastic Bottle with a clickable Lid that looked beautiful sat on my Beauty Shelves.

A circular puddle of dark purple conditioner, on a white background.

The Lush Aga’s Conditioner.

It’s scent.

I absolutely loved it’s scent, as even though it contained Linseed gel, Glycerin, Organic Virgin Plum Oil, Argan Oil, Cupuacu Butter, Fresh Plum Juice, Plum Balsamic Vinegar, Osmanthus Absolute, Petitgrain Oil, and Sicilian Red Mandarin Oil, I thought that it had a delicious deep and sour yet ever so slightly  fruity Plum scent to it that kind of reminded me of a sour version of their Plum Rain Shower Gel.

It’s consistency.

I really liked it’s consistency, as even though it was called a Conditioner, I thought that it felt really thick and creamy yet ever so slightly balmy, and was more like a thick and creamy yet ever so slightly balmy Body lotion rather than a thick and creamy yet ever so slightly gloopy Conditioner.

What it did when I used it.

I really liked what this did when I used it, as once I had started to massage a little bit of it into my Hair, it turned from a thick and creamy yet ever so slightly balmy Body Lotion into a thin and creamy yet ever so slightly frothy Conditioner that spread really easily through my Hair.

It’s results.

I absolutely loved it’s results, as not only did this leave my Hair feeling incredibly silky soft, smooth, bouncy and intensely hydrated, but it also left it looking much shinier and healthier for at least two or three days after I had used it.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a tall cylindrical Plastic Bottle with a clickable Lid that looked beautiful sat on my Beauty Shelves.

My overall thoughts.

Overall I would have to rate the Lush Wasabi Sham Kui Shampoo an eight point five out of ten, and the Lush Aga’s Conditioner a nine point five out of ten. I really liked the Lush Wasabi Sham Kui Shampoo, as I absolutely loved it’s deep and fruity yet ever so slightly medicinal citrus scent, it’s consistency, what it did when I used it, it’s results, and it’s packaging, but I just thought that it was a little bitt strange that I was using Wasabi in my Hair as it’s not something that you would usually find in a Shampoo. I really liked the Lush Aga’s Conditioner, as I absolutely loved it’s delicious deep and fruity yet ever so slightly sour Plum scent, it’s consistency, what it did when I used it, it’s results, and it’s packaging, but I just wish that it came in a Shampoo and that it was a little bit easier to get hold of as i’ll definitely be buying more of it.

If you would like to check out the Lush Wasabi Sham Kui Shampoo or the Lush Aga’s Conditioner for yourselves, then you can find them in the Haircare Department of the Lush Liverpool Spa store.

Have you checked out the Lush Wasabi Sham Kui Shampoo or the Lush Aga’s Conditioner yet? What did you think of them? What’s some of your favourite Haircare products? Please let me know down below.

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Luke x

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