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Lush Cosmetics Is Bringing Back Hot Oil For Your Hair

Lushies, rejoice: Lush Cosmetics is officially (re-)launching an all-new line of hot oil treatments for your hair.

Hitting stores in North America today, Lush is serving up some brand-new hot oil treatments and reviving an old favorite — fans of the eco-friendly brand might remember Hair Doctor, which delivered some seriously shiny locks back in 2015. Not only is the Lushie-loved hair mask back, but it's now joining a lineup of four other healthy hair and scalp treatments. Score.

Like so many Lush products, the ingredients behind the new hair masks are oh-so-good for you (and the environment. But, along with the masks makeup, the best aspect of the treatments is how the hair and scalp treatments are made. The new line fits in with Lush's naked products, meaning they're sold sans packaging to eliminate waste. The oil treatment comes as a solid (like your beloved beauty bar) along with the stick used to mix up the hair mask, sort of like a good for your strands popsicle.

Since there's no packaging to print instructions, Lush illustrated the directions for how to use the hair treatments right on the stick: One, simply boil some water and place the treatment in a mug or heat-proof bowl. Two, add one cup of hot water to the treatment and stir gently, making sure all the product is dissolved off the stick. (This will take about five minutes and you’ll end up with a pudding-like consistency.) Three, wait for your treatment to cool and apply to your dry hair.

Leave it on for 20 minutes and then wash as usual. (The handy-dandy pictures on the stick make the line easy to use, no matter which language you speak — a cool and inclusive bonus effect that's helping to make Lush beauty borderless.)

Take a look at the new, vegan, eco-friendly, and totally borderless treatments. Then, nab one (or two) of your own for $10.95 each at lushusa.com.

With the help of good for your scalp ingredients like cooling peppermint oil, calming chamomile blue oil, and soothing rosemary, hair doctor helps stimulate growth and deliver shine.

Packed with "explosive spearmint" and sea salt for mega volume, Yuge lives up to its name.

Powered by chamomile and lemon juice to deliver shine that would give Ms. Monroe a run for her money, this treatment helps brighten blonde.

Formulated with olive oil, cinnamon leaf, and peppermint New helps stimulate growth and give your tired strands new life.

Made with almond and avocado oil, Damaged is your SOS treatment. Call this baby in to rescue abused strands.


Source: http://www.allure.com/story/lush-cosmetics-hot-oil-hair-treatment

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