LUSH is overrated?

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Re: LUSH is overrated?

Post by Guest » Sat May 04, 2019 12:43 pm

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Sun Jan 27, 2019 6:15 pm
Haven't touched Lush since I got into K-beauty. 10x better quality and shelf life and effectiveness with only a fraction of the price compared to Lush. Not to mention the big amount of samples they give you and how most K-beauty brands and sellers have a rewards program and discounts. I'm obsessed with Nature Republic rn.
Those have different ethical values though. Lush, and other brands like them are focusing on being low waste, of having greener ingredients, and being against animal testing. Most Korean brands are incredibly wasteful in terms of all the samples, the over-packaging and most do not have any ethical certifications. Brands like Innis Free and Nature Republic green wash. The products are in no way green, and both support animal testing by selling to China. There are some cruelty free and vegan Korean brands, but still a lot of poor packaging.

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Re: LUSH is overrated?

Post by MushroomPie » Thu Sep 05, 2019 10:20 pm

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MushroomPie wrote:
Sun Jan 27, 2019 6:15 pm
Haven't touched Lush since I got into K-beauty. 10x better quality and shelf life and effectiveness with only a fraction of the price compared to Lush. Not to mention the big amount of samples they give you and how most K-beauty brands and sellers have a rewards program and discounts. I'm obsessed with Nature Republic rn.
Those have different ethical values though. Lush, and other brands like them are focusing on being low waste, of having greener ingredients, and being against animal testing. Most Korean brands are incredibly wasteful in terms of all the samples, the over-packaging and most do not have any ethical certifications. Brands like Innis Free and Nature Republic green wash. The products are in no way green, and both support animal testing by selling to China. There are some cruelty free and vegan Korean brands, but still a lot of poor packaging.
I realized this and now I'm using DECIEM. I miss lush, but it's really out of my budget rn. At least DECIEM is cruelty free, mostly vegan and seems to be more eco-friendly and cheaper than beauty. Much less harsh, simple and effective.

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Re: LUSH is overrated?

Post by CinnamonBun » Tue Sep 17, 2019 8:39 pm

Guest wrote:
Sat May 04, 2019 12:43 pm
MushroomPie wrote:
Sun Jan 27, 2019 6:15 pm
Haven't touched Lush since I got into K-beauty. 10x better quality and shelf life and effectiveness with only a fraction of the price compared to Lush. Not to mention the big amount of samples they give you and how most K-beauty brands and sellers have a rewards program and discounts. I'm obsessed with Nature Republic rn.
Those have different ethical values though. Lush, and other brands like them are focusing on being low waste, of having greener ingredients, and being against animal testing. Most Korean brands are incredibly wasteful in terms of all the samples, the over-packaging and most do not have any ethical certifications. Brands like Innis Free and Nature Republic green wash. The products are in no way green, and both support animal testing by selling to China. There are some cruelty free and vegan Korean brands, but still a lot of poor packaging.
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