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January 07, 2010

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Jenn

If I had $21, I'd be all over that!

Susan Ramey Cleveland

Might have to try it out. I oil down with baby oil after each shower, before I dry off. That helps, but I have to admit that since the weather has turned so awfully cold, my legs have begun to itch.

Dee Sharon

Yeah, there is a store where I live. Will go there when the snow stops :). My backside can use it, arms, etc. Thanks for the scoop.

Sheri

My DH uses a soap from Nubian Heritage that works really well for his skin problems. It's not sold in stores in our area, but it is sold in northern NJ Target stores. If you ever want to try out another product let me know & I'll send you a bar. . .it's not as expensive as the product you found; but we buy it 15 bars at a time for the free shipping.

Will keep this info handy in case DH decides to try out something different.

sherri

It sounds great...I'll check out the website...love the post title too!

jeorg

a lady at my local quilt shop once shared with me her itchy nightmare. I totally related since I am the itchiest person in earth. she uses Johnson and Johnson baby soap in the tub. and it WORKS. no itch.

Christine Thomas

I like it when someone else is willing to spend the $$ so I don't have to experiment. It sounds totally intriguing; thank you.

Carol

I'm going to get some of that...we have a store here and my legs are driving me nuts! Thanks Nicole!

Miss Jean

I wonder if this would work for my mom. She itches - like all over all the time. They think it has something to do with her leukemia and immune system. She's 86 and the poor thing has tried everything. They have her on cortizone and it only works partly and has made her gain weight. I'll see what they say. Thanks for the heads up.

Sue Phillips

Hi there, l've been using lovely lush products for years here in the the uk. Buffy is great and so are the massage bars for dry skin, and all natural,
Sue..

Dorrie

I may have to try one of these!

Patty

Dry skin??!! You bet...I live in the desert and work in the operating room (no humidity!). Have been in our local LUSH store right before the holidays (my first visit). The products all have great names and the smells are enticing! I found it all overwhelming and had to have one of the salegirls give me a tour. I found out that many of their soaps don't lather, but it's not the lather that makes you clean so you don't need it (the lather). Their massage bars are not just for massage but have natural oil in them so can be used in lieu of a moisturizer. When I first tried them on my hands (which between handwashing and working with fabric, they could snag many a pair of pantyhose) my hands seemed greasy, but it didn't last for more than a few minutes. I will head over to LUSH this weekend so I can "slay my backside" with some Buffy.

Thelma

I ordered two bars and got a storage case for free! Thanks for the info, I'll try anything once.

Gari

My sister works in Carmel, I'll have her check this out for me. thanks

AnnieO

One reason I love the L'Occitane store's products is their proportion of Shea butter--it really conquers that beyond dry feeling. Lately my legs have been itching and it isn't just the 1/4" stubble I've been ignoring...one of these bars sounds perfect for all my parts and appendages. Thanks for the heads up!

Anne

Thank you for this post! I have missed Lush ever since I left Sweden for the US. I love some of their bath bombs and the "After 8:30" Mint Chocolate massage bar is to die for.
Thanks to your post and by visiting their website I just found out that they have a store location in Annapolis mall so guess where I'm going tomorrow..? :-)) And I'm definitely going to try Buffy the slayer too.
I always read your blog as I'm a true admirer of handsome Ozzie. :-)) Have a great weekend!

Lisa D.

I love Lush's bubble bars for an occasional splurge, but it sounds like I need to try a Buffy bar for my dry, itchy legs! Thanks for the tip.

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One reason I love the L'Occitane store's products is their proportion of Shea butter--it really conquers that beyond dry feeling. Lately my legs have been itching and it isn't just the 1/4" stubble I've been ignoring...one of these bars sounds perfect for all my parts and appendages. Thanks for the heads up!

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