I just read the Lush kitchen menu for this week and this is on it. Hope that helps. There seems to be rather a lot of confusion regarding the use of Sweet Japanese Girl Solid Cleanser; a premise even I was stumped about to begin with. Although it's title should have been somewhat of a clue as to why it's been made, mixed reviews threw up many questions regarding it's official purpose. However, spurred on by the thought of a challenge, I relished in finding out the best way to utilise this product, and reached some quite intriguing conclusions.
Sweet Japanese Girl [DISCONTINUED]
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Sweet Japanese Girl Facial Cleanser and Scrub
I've been using this "cleanser" or exfoliator, as i'd like to call it about 2 times a week for the last month or so. This is quite rough on your skin if you have a sensitive type like mine. I would buy this product over and over again if I could. I'm so sad that it is discontinued.
Lush description: Regular readers of the Lush Times will know all about Noriko, our Japanese Lush skincare specialist who spent a while last year working on new products. She and Helen developed Sweet Japanese Girl together. We hand make each one in a Japanese sweetmeat mould, it's sweet little face with its chubby cheeks represents beauty.