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Excellent

“Great for my T zone”

published 12/06/2013

Great for T zone skin

None unless you have VERY dry skin

Lush Enzymion As one of Lush’s greatest fans I spend a lot of time and money trying their different products. Most I buy from my favourite Lush shop in Derby but others I buy when travelling around to different places where I find a Lush shop and still others I find on Ebay or buy from the...

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“Fresh-faced fruity fun!”

published 25/03/2011

light, refreshing, good day cream, non-greasy

not very hydrating, still prone to oily patches la...

After using Lush's cleansers and seeing good results I thought I'd give their moisturising lotions a try as well. Enzymion is one of the cheaper options from Lush and costs £12.25 for a 45g tub. One pot of this lasted me for around 7 months so even though this was my first 'expensive' moisturiser...

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Super

Lovely ingredients, great for oily skin

No sunscreen, expensive

As you will know if you read my reviews regularly, I am trying to work my way through every product made by one of my favourite companies, Lush. Lush are probably best known for their soaps and solid bath products, but they also have a considerable skincare range, including a number of facial...

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“Are you feeling fruity?”

published 18/07/2004

Smells yummy and makes your skin feel amazing, doe...

The packaging and the naff lid that doesn't stay o...

In the last couple of weeks I’ve become a Lush addict! I've spent too much money in my local Lush lately so here's a review of one of the many products I have purchased. I love my Clinique products, but amazingly I've found something that works better. I was using the Dramatically different...

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Excellent

“I'm feeling fruity!”

published 31/05/2007

Lives up to its claims - Delicious fruity smell

no SPF - slightly pricey - no good for sensitive o...

Who are Lush? **************** Lush are a small company based in Poole, Dorset , and established in 1995. They were originally part of the team that developed products for The Body Shop way and then branched out on their own as Cosmetics to Go, now they have settled down and all grown up and are...

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Excellent

Stops oily breakthrough without being drying

A bit expensive until you realise how little you n...

This moisturiser is for oily skin and is designed to stop shine, as well as having decongesting ingredients. I have oily skin but most mattifying moisturisers seem to be chalky on my skin or dry it out too much, whereas Enzymion sinks in perfectly and allows foundation to go on smoothly over the...

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Excellent

“I love this cream!”

published 24/02/2005

Smells lovely, keeps shine at bay.

no SPF

At last, moisturiser for oily skin that doesn't smell like strange chemicals, this is delicious and fruity and made of organic and natural ingredients, it's not too expensive and you only need a small amount to cover the whole face, it's got a sort of gel-lotion like texture, and it always feels...

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Super

“Lush's oddly named cream!”

published 22/07/2003

Moisturises oily skin

costly

Enzymion is a Lush facial moisturiser for an oily skin type. The description on the pot is: "fruity moisturiser to liven up oily skin" It comes very smartly packaged in a black tub , very unisex, with the usual Lush logo and info on the lid. One minor little point is that I found the lid a bit...

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Satisfactory

published 31/05/2007

im not to sure about this because it`s cream and the person could only be just saying that its good and she may use a lot at any one time and so i dont think that it is that good to tell the truth.

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