LUSH Sea Spray Review

My hair is naturally wavy and for years I’d suffered from either tons of frizz, greasiness or the dreaded crunch. I honestly did not expect this to work. At least not as well as it did. I tried lots of “sea sprays” but they often dried out my hair too much, left residue, felt greasy or smelled awful. This sea spray leaves my hair shiny and it smells incredible.


I purchased this product in the hope that it would tame my wavy/frizzy hair. It did do this which is great HOWEVER I did find downfalls with it.

  • Pros:
    Easy to use;
    Adds shine, texture, and volume to the hair;
    Doesn’t make hair crunchy;
    Compact, non-breakable, recyclable packaging;
    Smells floraly-citrusy;
    At $12.99 it is quite accessible;
    It lasts a few months if you don’t use a lot of products;
    Cruelty-free, which is always a huge bonus to me;
    Can be used on damp or dry hair.
  • Cons:
    Strong and lingering fragrance. On the bottle is says about smelling of neroli and grapefruit… mine smells a bit powdery;
    Hair looks greasy if you apply too much product.

How to use it:

The bottle also features tips on how to use the product.


My method for more curls, including this product:
1: Shampoo as usual;
2: Get out of shower and scrunch your hair;
3: When damp, apply seaspray;
4: When dry, apply seaspray if needed.

LUSH is also transparent about their ingredients, so here’s a list for anyone else who’s interested.

Carrageenan Extract (Chondrus crispus) , Sea Water , Fragrance , Glycerine , Fine Sea Salt (Sodium Chloride) , PVP , Fragrance , *Limonene , *Linalool , Neroli Oil (Citrus Aurantium amara) , Grapefruit Oil (Citrus paradisi) , Rosewood oil (Aniba rosaeodora) , Hydroxcitronellal , Geraniol , *Citral , *Farnesol , *Benzyl Benzoate , Methylparaben . *Occurs naturally in essential oils



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