Antiphilitron

2 out of 5 rating

i wouldn’t recommend if you have dry hair like me.

for oily and normal hair

500g £6.65 250g £3.90 100g £2.05

Ingredients: fresh lemon peel decoction, sodium lauryl ether sulphate, fresh lemon juice, cocoamphocarboxy-glycinate, lemon oil, lauryl betaine, perfume, methyl & propyl paraben.

This was more of a clarifying shampoo, good for getting the greeen out of blonde hair if one swims alot in chlroined water. Great lemony scent. This was a bit harsh on my hair and left tons of tangles. Just not for my hair type is all.

Lush 1999 description: Antiphilitron is for getting your hair clean when other shampoos don’t quite cut the mustard. What its fresh lemon juice, lemon oil and organic lemon peel mixture is good at is really getting hair squeaky clean, washing away grease, city grime or country muck and even chlorine from swimming pools. It also slices right through the silicones that get dumped on your hair by modern shampoos that make your hair smooth and shiny at first but then build up to make it a bit sad and lifeless. Fresh lemons make Antiphilitron smell fantastic, they perk up your hair and scalp and they help to revive your sleepy head in the morning. To greasy hair and grubby hair we say get Antiphilitron and get lively!

Snow Fairy solid shampoo

This is a solid, round shampoo bar like Lush makes, only this is pink, with a silver star and is made in the popular Snow Fairy Christmas shower gel scent.

Here are some other, past Christmas products with the Snow Fairy scent. If you’ve tried any of these you know what this shampoo bar will smell like 😊.

Lush Hair Marshmallows shampoo

I became familiar with these at the 2018 Lush Creative Showcase.

I have recorded a sink demo for you, it shows me shampooing my hair at the sink with the black one.

I explain each one in detail in my video.

Here is a photo of all four by Daniel_james_campbell on Instagram