Dampen your skin with warm water. Break off a piece of your cleanser, and mix with a little warm water to create a paste. Massage onto your face and body, rinse thoroughly and pat dry. Follow up with your favorite LUSH moisturizer, and enjoy your soft, smooth skin!
This product does not contain animal products of any kind.
This product does not contain animal products of any kind.
Herbal cleanser for troubled skin
Battling with oily, blemish-prone skin? Cleanse with Herbalism and experience the power of herbs. Its gently exfoliating, deep-cleansing base of kaolin clay and rice bran mops up excess oils, and a toning blend of rosemary, nettle and chamomile leaves skin feeling fresh, clean and calm. This gentle green giant contains chlorophyllin, which is extracted from alfalfa plants: it’s rich in nourishing vitamins and minerals, and helps to balance out your skin’s oil production. Say hello to clear, balanced skin!
- Oily skin no more! Use Herbalism all over your body for balanced, matte skin.
- Have a sensitive side? Oily skin can be sensitive, too! We’ve included rose absolute to soothe and calm as you cleanse.
- Best used fresh: Our cleanser rolls are preservative-free, so be sure to use it up by the best before date on your pot!
= Natural ingredients = Safe syntheticsGround Almonds (Prunus dulcis) , Kaolin , Glycerine , Chlorophyllin Water (Aqua) , Nettle, Rosemary, Rice Vinegar Extract (Urtica dioica, Rosmarinus officinalis) , Rice Bran (Oryza sativa) , Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides) , Rose Absolute (Rosa damascena) , Chamomile Blue Oil (Matricaria Chamomilla) , Sage Oil (Salvia officinalis) , Fragrance
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Q:Does the herbalism cleanser help with white and blackheads?Asked on 5/8/2015 by Kristen from Oklahoma
A:Herbalism is great for helping clear up skin.Answered on 5/15/2015 by Lana from Lush Direct
Q:What other product would you suggest to use in combination with this product? Also, how often would you suggest using Herbalism?Asked on 5/5/2015 by CLP from Chicago,IL
A:This would really depend on your skin needs, I recommend emailing us at email@example.com.Answered on 5/15/2015 by Lana from Lush Direct
A:If you mean a similar cleanser because the store is out, etc., I use coal.
Or I use grease lightening for a little extra cleansing. I've used
herbalism exclusively for months and my skin doesn't dry out or anything, I
love it. I swear it keeps me out of the dermatologists. I love all lush
products, really. I can say the same for coal, sea salt, etc.Answered on 5/5/2015 by Anonymous
Q:I was wondering what "fragrance" was in Herbalism. Can you give me any more specifics on it?Asked on 4/7/2015 by Sara from Delaware
A:Fragrance is an all-encompassing term for the blend of essential oils that we use to perfume a product. Depending on where fragrance falls in the quantitative ingredient listing, the scent can be either lighter or stronger. If the term is listed in green print online it is made of all natural ingredients, and if it is listed in black it contains one or more safe synthetics.Answered on 4/10/2015 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
Q:In the past two weeks my face has broken out on the top of my forehead, and around my nose. I have oily skin and get blackheads around my nose. Someone had said Mask of Magnanimity worked really well for her blemishes. I was just wondering if I would have better luck with Herbalism or the Mask of Magnanimity? What is the difference between the two products? Is one suppose to help more with acne than the other?Asked on 4/7/2015 by Casey from Joppa, MD
A:Herbalism is a daily cleanser, whereas Mask of Magnaminty is a deep-cleansing mask so both have different designs in terms of how they will treat the skin. Herbalism is a fantastic daily cleanser that will work to prevent breakouts, and Mask of Magnaminty can be used one or twice per week to help draw out any impurities from deep in the skin. Both are fantastic for skin that is prone to acne!Answered on 4/10/2015 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
Q:I'm pregnant, is this product safe to use? I looked at all of the ingredients and it seems ok, but I'm afraid I'm missing something.Asked on 3/27/2015 by Lea
A:Congrats! If you're concerned, I would recommend printing out the ingredient list and getting it approved be your doctor.Answered on 3/27/2015 by Kels from LUSH Direct
Q:I've been thinking about trying out Herbalism since I do have oily acne prone skin and I wanted to know if I should try out any other products for a skincare routine (regime)? Also are there samples for Herbalism? I'm not sure if i want to buy a full size until i'm sure it works well! Thanks for your help!Asked on 3/22/2015 by Kelly from Los Angeles, CA
A:You can also check out Tea Tree toner water, Vanishing Cream facial moisturizer, or even Mask of Magnaminty face and body mask. You can definitely go into any LUSH shop location and ask for a sample of Herbalism to try! :)Answered on 3/27/2015 by Kels from LUSH Direct
A:Out of all lush cleansers Herbalism worked best for me. Try the small jar before the full size for sure.
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 3/23/2015 by Anonymous
A:I've been using herbalism myself for about 2 years & I love it! It's really
cleared up my skin I don't have as much breakouts as I used to I would
highly recommend itAnswered on 3/22/2015 by Anonymous
Q:I have EXTREMLY oily skin which gets VERY shiny and gross during the day, I also have acne and lots of blackheads. I have tried so many products for oily skin that don't work- will this one be any better? I use Fresh Pharmacy at night and alternate it with ocean salt in the mornings, as well as tea tree toner spray. I was thinking of using herbalism in the mornings- will it prevent my face from getting so oily??Asked on 3/19/2015 by Erin
A:Herbalism is packed with natural sebum balancers such as rosemary and nettle, so it would do a great job of helping to balance the oil you have on your face. We also use kaolin clay and rice bran to absorb any excess oil as well. You also definitely want to moisturize your skin as well - our Enzymion sounds like it would be a great option for you. It uses a ton of fresh citrus and fruit juices to help tone the skin and mop up excess oil. Enzymion does an amazing job of mattifying the skin as well!Answered on 3/20/2015 by Meg from LUSH Direct
Q:So I have had trouble skin for a while (oily, blackheads, whiteheads, and a few cysts) and I heard of Lush and found this and Dark Angels for my kind of skin and was wondering what the difference was between the two? Does one help better with acne than the other?Asked on 3/3/2015 by Fio
A:Dark angels has Powdered Charcoal as an ingredient which is one of the best natural detoxifying agents in recent skincare. Dark angels does leave your skin unified and detoxed where as Herbalism is better for sensitive breakouts. Herbalism uses Kaolin clay and Rice Vinegar to softly unclog pores and absorb oil. It really depends on whether your prefer to detox your skin or deep cleanse it. Both work great for oily skin and both quell those pesky breakout! Dark Angels tends to be more exfoliating on the skin. I hope this helps!Answered on 3/21/2015 by Alexander from LUSH Direct
A:Hi! So this may seem crazy but I have a very similar skin profile! I don't suffer with cysts, but I definitely identify with blackheads and oily, clogged skin! Dark Angels is charcoal based so it's a great antibacterial! It also has some sugar crystals that exfoliate and allow the Dark Angels to REALLY get into your pores and get clean. Herbalism is such a good, gentle cleanser that makes your face feel squeaky clean! The kaolin clay and rice powder absorb all the oil that accumulated while you slept and refreshes your face removing all the sweat and dirt from the gym! I honestly recommend you get both. My suggested routine would be to use Herbalism every morning and Dark Angels every night. The Dark Angels will clean all your makeup and grime, activate the antibacterial properties of the charcoal and let it get down into your pores. Rinse your face with cool water and apply a moisturizer. In the morning, cleanse with Herbalism to give yourself a fresh canvas to start the day. Use herbalism after the gym or between washes. When your breakouts clear, use herbalism twice a day - just do a Dark Angels treatment once a week for maintenance, or go back to the routine if you have a breakout! Enjoy, Lushie! <3Answered on 3/5/2015 by Anonymous
Q:If I used this product daily, about how long would it last?Asked on 2/23/2015 by Inger
A:Since a little bit goes quite a long way with all of our products, a pea sized amount is the perfect amount for the face! Our fresh facial cleansers are good for 3-4 months from their made by date, so depending on how much you purchase, it could last you for those full 4 months!Answered on 2/27/2015 by Meg from LUSH Direct
Q:I had a bad breakout and I started using this product for a little over a week. I see no results. Normally I use Ocean Salt, then I wash my face with Herbalism, then I use the Breath Of Fresh Air toner water, and sometimes use Celestial as a face moisturizer. Should I try using this product alone to start seeing my acne go away?Asked on 1/17/2015 by Dana from Hopatcong, NJ
A:Hi there, thanks for your question!
Sorry to hear that. If your cleansing routine isnt working out for you I would try using just one cleanser, then a toner. Sometimes using a face moisturizer on top of 2 cleansers and a toner might over power the oil control. I would try just using one cleanser and see how that goes!
Hope this helps!Answered on 1/19/2015 by Anonymous
Q:Can I use the Herbalism everday both day and night?Asked on 12/23/2014 by Scarleth from United States
A:Hi there! It totally depends on your skin type. If you do have sensitive skin, I would recommend using it once a day or once every two days! If not, use it as often as you would like!Answered on 12/31/2014 by Anonymous
A:It depends on your skin type. If you have sensitive skin, then only use it
once a day or once every two days. I use it every night, and then
moisturize. I have acne-prone skin and using it every night doesn't make my
acne worse.Answered on 12/24/2014 by Anonymous
A:It is fine to use your Herbalism day and night if you've got a serious breakout. However, I would say using it this way should only go in three day intervals with three or four days of using Herbalism once a day at night and employing a more gentle cleanser in the morning. Typically when you wash your face before bed you won't need such a deep cleansing for the morning. I would honestly say a more gentle cleanser, like Angels on Bare Skin or Aqua Marina, would do much better in the morning when you're face has only rested on a pillow (and has not been under makeup or had to endure environmental contaminants). Less is more when it comes to your delicate facial skin. If you cleanse deeply day AND night you may be irritating your skin and bring on a rash or acne type breakout. One last thing, if you're not doing it already, extend your facial care down your neck to the top of your chest :) You'll be happy you did as you get older. Merry Christmas!!Answered on 12/24/2014 by Vassar from Lake Stevens
A:Yes! Herbalism is awesome but I use it in the morning because it does a really good job of soaking up excessive oils even throughout the day and clearing your pours, while I use 'coal face' bar cleanser at night. There is a slight possibility if you use herbalism both morning and night it will dry out your face if you aren't using a moisturizer. Hope this helps!
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 12/23/2014 by Anonymous
Q:I'm thinking about buying this product because of the specifications and how much reviewers liked it. My main question is, can I use this in conjunction with other products like Coal Face? I know they're both cleansers, but would it make sense to alternate, or just stick to one the whole time? Like, will the combination of Coal Face and Herbalism do more harm than good if they're both used on the same day (one in the morning, one at night).Asked on 11/21/2014 by Paul
A:I can see no reason why you wouldn't be able to use them in conjunction! In situations like this, it's always best to listen to your skin. If you're finding that it's making your skin too dry, you could always just stick to one!Answered on 11/25/2014 by Serena from LUSH Direct
A:I would alternate between herbalism and coalface. Herbalism might be better to use in the morning because it's gentler and will help soak up oil throughout the day, and coalface could be used at night for a deeper cleanse at the end of the day.
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 11/22/2014 by Anonymous
Q:So I've been using the Herbalism cleanser for a while now, and I'm wondering if anyone has travelled with it before? I'm flying out of state in January and only bringing a carry-on, and I'm wondering if I have to pack it as a liquid. I'm inclined to think I wouldn't have to, but has anyone had any experience with it?Asked on 11/20/2014 by Bree from Raleigh, NC
A:I would err on the side of caution and bring some in a 3.4 ounce container as the TSA requires small containers for all "liquids, aerosols, gels, creams and pastes" and I think Herbalism would be considered one of those!Answered on 11/26/2014 by Haley from LUSH Direct
Q:Does this have to be refrigerated?Asked on 11/12/2014 by Dana from Santa Clara
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 11/13/2014 by Anonymous
A:No, Herbalism does not need to be refrigerated, just make sure to use by the best before date!Answered on 11/14/2014 by Anonymous
A:No, you don't have to refrigerate it! And it should have a best buy date on it.
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 11/13/2014 by Anonymous
A:No. it doesn't need to be refrigerated. I keep it in my bathroom and the
largest available size lasts me about 3-4 months, as I use it everyday. It
never had any bed smell and I never had any bad reactions to it after
keeping it at room temperature.Answered on 11/12/2014 by Anonymous
Q:Does this help with acne scars?Asked on 10/27/2014 by Haley from Denver, CO
A:The ground almonds in the Herbalism Cleanser will exfoliate your skin and ultimately fade scars over time. Exfoliation increases the rate of skin cell regeneration.Answered on 11/6/2014 by Farinaz from LUSH Direct
Q:I use a full coverage liquid foundation every day. Most cleaners don't remove the makeup to well. How is this cleanser on removing foundation & makeup?Asked on 9/26/2014 by Nina from New York
A:This cleanser may remove some makeup, but is more so recommended for people who experience oily, acne-prone skin. If you are looking for a cleanser that is good to use as a makeup remover, I would recommend Ultrabland. The essential oils, honey and beeswax is what makes Ultrabland great for removing any makeup or residue that is built up throughout the day.Answered on 9/27/2014 by Anonymous
Q:does it help your oily skin throughout the day?Asked on 7/20/2014 by newbie
A:Yes, this is perfect for oily skin and leaves your skin feeling matte!Answered on 9/25/2014 by Anonymous
A:It certainly does. My skin is super oily so I use morning and night and it keep my face in perfect balance.Answered on 8/5/2014 by Michaela from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Q:I've started using Herbalism and it has been rapidly clearing my skin since. I wanted to know if long term users had experienced a reduction in hyperpigmentation as well? As my skin cleared of actual acne I realized a lot of whats left on my skin is dark spots left from previous acne and I am not sure whether to continue use of this product or not.Asked on 6/26/2014 by A Curious Lass from United States
A:Exfoliating is a great way to help fade dark spots, as it allows skin cells to regenerate and push to the surface. Herbalism is a great exfoliant, so you should see results over time with regular use.Answered on 9/25/2014 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
A:I found that it helped lighten those spots within the course of 3-6 months.
I also paired this with the Tea Tree Water toner and and the Vanishing
Cream moisturizer (tee tree is amazing for skin discoloration so that
probably helped a lot as well.)Answered on 6/26/2014 by onigirimelon from Minneapolis, MN
Q:How does this product compare with Fresh Farmacy?
I am 16 with very oily and sensitive skin and am very prone to blemishes and acne. I wish to even my complexion, calm the acne and oils, and get rid of the blotchy blemishes. which product would work better?Asked on 6/22/2014 by Mariana from Seattle, WA
A:Fresh Farmacy is geared more towards those with sensitive, acne-prone skin so if you consider your skin quite sensitive it might be a better choice for you. Herbalism is a little bit more intense, as it will also work to exfoliate the skin in addition to cleansing it. Both are fantastic in fighting acne.Answered on 9/25/2014 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
A:Honestly, I think that fresh pharmacy might work better to calm to oils and
balance out your skin. But exfoliating is a big part of a skin routine to
get some of the oil out of your pores and scrub off dead skin cells. I
would say that you should buy some of the herbalism (not a lot if you can
go into a physical store) and use the fresh pharmacy most of the time but
use the herbalism one or two times a week just to keep your pores extra
clean. Hope I helped!Answered on 6/24/2014 by Anonymous
Q:I have back acne, does this product work on body acne?Asked on 5/27/2014 by keke from alexandria, va
A:Herbalism is a face and body cleanser great for acne prone skin. Give it a try and see if it works for you!Answered on 9/8/2014 by Anonymous
A:Yes this stuff works great on the back. I get breakouts on my back mostly in the winter months, but I've been continuing to use Herbalism well into the summer so far. I started using it in February, and it immediately started working its magic on my back, and even chest. Now I don't feel like I constantly have to cover up my chest and back with clothes because my skin looks so great!Answered on 6/13/2014 by Brigida from Reno, NV
A:Hi Keke!! I noticed it controlled my pimples, and reduced the ones I had on my face during mother nature month... :0) been using the cleanser for 2 weeks now, and noticed it is gradually reducing my post acne marks. I know this doesn't answer your concern, but I hope it helped a little... & I think you should try herbalism!! Good luck!! :0)Answered on 6/9/2014 by The smeller from Texas