I am a complete Lush addict! I've used Angels on bare skin, loved it, and then started using Ultrabland as well which is FAB!! Great at getting makeup off!! And I use their moisturiser, too - Vanishing Cream - great for my combination/ teenage skin (if only I was a teenager... long gone, though..!). God, if I listed what I used, it would bore you to tears!! Needless to say, I've always had a lot of trouble with my skin, and it's been miles better since I started using Lush products!
i am generally very scathing of lush, it is so upsetting to the nose to visit the shop. but ds has been enjoying the soap so i have extended my range and now have something called sympathy for the skin, which is amazingly nice.
Triffictits, I'd recommend Vanishing Cream or Enzymion if you have oily skin - I'm using the former at the moment, and love it - it seems to have balanced my skin out a treat.
As for Ultrabland, everything rational tells me it shouldn't work on my oily/ combination skin, but it does! It's kind of an oily/ greasy texture, and you clean it off with a hot flannel (like Liz Earle hot cloth cleanser, I suppose!). But it actually clears my spotty skin up! I love it! If you go in and ask for a tester, they're usually very good at making up a little pot of anything for you (moisturisers included) I didn't go in to Lush for years, put off by the smell, but now I'm kicking myself, because basically, I could've sorted my rather embarrassing skin out years ago!!
By the way, we use their soap instead of shower gel now, and feel very virtuous about not using all of those plastic bottles!!
Right next on my list is Ultrabland and then I am going to try out the moisturiser! I bought some soap too because i sometimes get little spots on the top of my back - can't remember its name - something that had 'mud' in the title, so hoping that will be good too. I need to work on using soap instead of shower gel - cant stand the mess that soap leaves when its put back in soap dish!
i'm such a lush addict. got into using Baby Face cleanser, which is the same principle as Ultrabland but in solid bar form. I haven't actually tried the latter, but as soon as i have some spare cash i'll give it a go.
Ultrabland is marvellous and lasts for ages. Also use Angels on Bare Skin as a regular gentle scrub. Found out by accident one day that if you mix a little blob of each together the scrub sticks to your skin better, and if you then rinse off with a muslin cloth or flannel and hot water can get absolutely glowing skin as a result. Better and cheaper than any other cleansing metod I've tried.