No, it’s not made with sausage..it’s made to fool the eye and look like one though. This is a facial cleanser along the lines of Lush ‘Angels on Bare Skin’ and ‘Dark Angels’ facial cleansers. It’s used in the same way. You wet your face with warm water, break of a dime sized chunk, rub it between your fingers and smooth on your face. Using it to gently exfoliate your face.
Then rinse off with warm water.
This German Sausage is made with potatoes, and oatmeal, both of which are said to sooth red or bothered skin.
Basoil , sage, rosemary, oatmilk, lavender
Skin is soft and feels clean.
4 out of 5 rating
This is a facial cleaner scrub, a limited edition for Christmas. Though most people like the “Let the Good Times Roll”, Buche De Noel is much more interesting and is more appropriate for my kind of skin. It’s more moisturizing then LTGTR. It is chock full of various goodies; Almonds, oranges, cranberries, brandy, cedarwood. It has a holiday kind of vibe to it. It’s a coarser faical cleanser than other Lush facial cleansers like let the good times roll, herbalism and angel’s delight. I liek the chunkiness of it. It’s perfect for my skin.
Ingredients: Ground Almonds (Prunus dulcis), Kaolin, Glycerine, Fresh Satsumas (Citrus reticulata), Dried Cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon), Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao), Brandy, Almond Essential Oil (Prunus dulcis), Vetivert Oil (Vetiveria zizanoides), Cedarwood Oil (Juniperus virginiana), *Linalool, *Cinnamal, Perfume, Nori Seaweed (Algae), Candy Pine Tree
*Occurs naturally in essential oils
Lush Times: Buche de Noel was around last Christmas, but it went by the name of Santa’s Rice Porridge. It’s back this year with a few tweaks; it’s still fresh and preservative-free, but it’s a fresh cleanser now. We make it like a nutritious pudding with a twist.