Discover why LUSH uses watercress in H'Suan Wen Hua hair treatment

 

5 facts about H'Suan Wen Hua

  • NAME The miracle hair treatment from LUSH is called H'Suan Wen Hua named after the Chinese God of Hair

  • SALES H'Suan Wen Hua sales in the UK have been boosted recently due to an Australian customer endorsement being picked up by The Daily Mail and OK! Magazine

  • INGREDIENTS The range of fresh ingredients used to create the “life changing” H'Suan Wen Hua include an infusion of our fresh Dorset watercress, avocado, balsamic vinegar and organic free range eggs

  • HOW TO USE A fresh treatment to be used straight onto dry hair. Covered and leave for 20 mins before washing as normal

  • BENEFITS zinc and sulphur help by keeping bacterial infections affecting the scalp and hair away. Vitamin E helps with hair growth by increasing oxygen and circulation to the scalp to make sure cells stay healthy. Vitamins C, K, and A are also good for promoting a healthy scalp and can lead to hair growth and healthy hair.

 
 

In the news

Watercress is in the news again this week both here and also the other side of world in Australia due to a hair-care product produced by Dorset based cosmetics company LUSH.

A rather impressed customer took to Instagram to share her experience of the product and how it had transformed her hair. Irish tattoo artist and podcast host Lindsay Hamilton @mermaidajade started using H'Suan Wen Hua after styling her hair in dreadlocks for six years when she went to return her hair to its previous state she tired the moisturiser and was blown away by the results claiming it has completely transformed her hair.

H'Suan Wen Hua has received a flood of positive reviews and glowing recommendations online, and currently enjoys a 4.6/5 average rating on the Lush Australia official website and the story has been picked up by The Daily mail in Australia and OK! Magazine in the UK.

What Lush say….

The LUSH website describes the watercress-containing hair treatment called after the Chinese God of Hair H'Suan Wen Hua:

 See more reviews   HERE

See more reviews HERE

“Want to replenish your roots and strengthen your lengths? This restorative herbal hair and scalp treatment is the answer to your prayers.  Work into the scalp and allow fresh bay leaf infusion to stimulate your roots, fresh watercress to soothe the skin and spicy cinnamon leaf to boost circulation to the hair follicles, encouraging healthy hair growth. Stroke through the ends to saturate your locks in fibrous bananas and protein-rich, free range eggs, both of which will strengthen, protect and deeply condition. Moisturising fresh avocado and shine-enhancing balsamic vinegar are a match made in heaven for locks seeking repair, vibrancy and great comb-ability - just don't let the effects go to your head.

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5 reasons why watercress is great for hair:

  1. The presence of zinc and sulphur help by keeping bacterial infections affecting the scalp and hair away.

  2. Watercress is packed with Vitamin E which helps with hair growth by increasing oxygen and circulation to the scalp to make sure cells stay healthy

  3. Vitamins C, K, and A are also good for promoting a healthy scalp and can lead to hair growth and healthy hair.

  4. Watercress is mineral- and antioxidant-rich (packed with vitamins A, B1, B2, B6,)

  5. Iron, calcium and minerals like iodine that are great for the scalp.

Who supplies the watercress?

One of the key ingredients is our own Dorset watercress. The fresh watercress is made into an infusion and added to the hair treatment. Each batch is made fresh with collections straight from our farm to the factory in Poole.

To find out more about watercress and how we grow it the team from LUSH visited this week and met James and Gabby.

 The team from LUSH HQ visit to learn about how we grow watercress

The team from LUSH HQ visit to learn about how we grow watercress

Find out how it is made at LUSH KITCHEN or for upcoming stories on this and other products containing watercress follow LUSH on their social media channels:

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