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Q:How long does this soap and all other soaps stay good?Asked on 1/26/2015 by Amanda from Louisiana
A:All of our LUSH soaps are good for 14 months from when they are made!Answered on 2/13/2015 by Meg from LUSH Direct
A:There is no expiration date on any of the soaps from Lush. Personally, I
would think the soaps, unused, would be good up to six months if not longer.
In the past, I have opened soaps and put them in my clothes drawers or
closets and let them make my clothes smell pretty. An aired out bar of soap
seems to last longer than a bar of soap that I opened and used right away.Answered on 1/26/2015 by kc_train from Kansas
A:I think the trick is to slice the soap into smaller pieces, thus keeping scent fresh. Keep them stored in a closed plastic bag. The scent stays a long time. Most of the soaps melt away with standard use of course, like any soap does. For example I have a piece of sexy peel (lemon peel) soap. I love the fresh lemon scent. The small piece in my shower is about 2 weeks old and once i place it under water and work a lather up, the scent is still good. Hope this helps...
ChristineAnswered on 1/26/2015 by Anonymous
Q:Does the Cinnamal come from cinnamon? I've seen this in other products as well. I have a mild allergy to cinnamon (even though I love the stuff) and I just want to know if I need to avoid cinnamal or just cinnamon oil and the like.Asked on 1/2/2015 by Bootz from Maine
A:Hi there! Thanks for your question!
Cinnamal naturally occurs in cinnamon oil as well other essential oils (such as lavender and chamomille)
Since Snowcake doesnt have cinnamon oil in it, you should be alright, but you should talk to your doctor and ask before you use it just to be safe.Answered on 1/2/2015 by Anonymous