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Lush just dropped a vegan version of UltraBland (its holy grail cleanser)


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Grab your wallets because UltraPlant is here and it's the vegan version of the cult favourite, UltraBland.

Calling all skincare junkies and animal lovers. The day has finally arrived that Lush has dropped a version of its cult favourite cleanser that will have you jumping for joy.

The cleanser is called, UltraPlant and it's really a jack of all trades. It's the makeup removing, skin-clearing godsend that you've been waiting for your whole life.

The product's formula is jam-packed with a bunch of goodies to give you the skin you want and deserve. It includes jojoba oil (a gentle and non-irritating product that's good for all skin types) and agave syrup, which is a plant-based ingredient that is a good alternative to honey and hydrates your skin. Instead of using beeswax (like the original UltraBland), this product contains candelilla and sunflower wax.

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This cleanser has a wax-like consistency that really works to grab onto that makeup and banish it from your poor little pores. This base allows the cleanser to really shift the makeup and pull the gunk, grime and dirt away.

According to Lush, "This 100% natural vegan cleanser boasts six beautiful ingredients, including sebum balancing organic jojoba oil and calming organic agave oil. Each ingredient has been carefully selected for their benefits, to leave your skin nourished, balanced, hydrated and protected. We don't mean to toot our own horn, but we think it might be one of the best cleansers we've ever created.⁠"

Now I don't know about you but if Lush says this is one of the best cleansers the brand think's it's ever created then I obviously need it.

The reason why UltraBland was so popular is because it's really helped a lot of people with problem skin. It will essentially clean the slate of your skin after a month of use or a full 28-day skin cell cycle. The only downfall? Those who only use vegan products weren't able to use it, until now of course.

When can you buy it and how much does it cost?

This cleanser is pretty affordable and retails for $24.95. You will be able to purchase it online or from Lush retail stores now!

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