I have used this hair moisturiser for more than two years now so I have gotten the opportunity to see how it relates to my hair in different weather conditions. R & B by Lush has a unique scent that is quite pungent so, you can literally smell your hair and smell ‘of ‘ your hair which might be a turn off for some.

I, for one am not particularly a big fan of scented products but I can tolerate and appreciate a well blended natural smell. This product usually comes in two sizes at most Lush stores. 100 grams at £11.25 and 225 grams at £19.95. Sometimes, I feel I want a size in between because I want more than 100 grams but at a price less than £19.95. It just feels like two extremes.

In summer, R & B softens, moisturises and gives me some curl definition after styling. It makes my braidouts feel and look fantastic. As can be seen below.

Unfortunately, this picture was taken under bad lighting so bear with me!

On the other hand in winter, R & B softens and moisturises my hair but it does nothing to define my curls and my hair constantly feels damp. I realised that the reason might be because glycerine is the second most used ingredient after Oat Milk in the product.

Glycerine is a humectant. This means it helps attract moisture (water) from the environment to the hair. So what happens when there is a lot of moisture in the air like during Winter? It results in my natural hair taking in too much moisture, losing any curl definition and shrinking whenever I decide to wear my hair out. 

In Winter. I hope you can see the difference.

Concerning my price and package rant earlier I am certain that I am not the only one that feels that way, however, I really like this product and I will recommend it for curly/textured hair types. Lushs R&B are made fresh daily at Lush Stores and can also be ordered online or bought in store. 

If you have used this product before, let me know what you think in the comment section below. 

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