Thursday, 22 October 2015

A Lush Haul

I recently stopped in Lush to stock up on some of their products including some Limited Edition Christmas stock and thought I'd share my purchases with you.



Snow Fairy

One of Lush's most popular items Snow Fairy is only available over the Christmas period. Available in 4 sizes, (100g, 250g, 500g and 1kg) I opted for the 250g size available for £7.95. I love sweet scented products and have mostly brought from the Christmas range recently. Snow Fairy  has a sweet candy floss scent. Whilst the scent is vibrant, it is not overpowering. Having never purchased snow fairy before I was surprised to see that within the pink shower gel was blue glitter. It didn't leave any traces on my skin but was great to look at.

Star Dust

The Star Dust bath bomb is shaped as a star and is cream/white in colour. Priced as £2.95, this bath bomb has a strong vanilla scent and also contains rosewood. I really like vanilla scents and was pleasantly surprised to find a product where Vanilla was the predominant smell. Star Dust is not one of the most spectacular bath bombs to view in the bath, but that doesn't seem to be its aim. The scent for me is enough to qualify a repurchase. In the bath it turns the water into a creamy foam and also contains small colourful stars.

Melting Marshmallow Moment

This is one of my favourite Lush products. Priced at £3.95 this bath melt, shares its scent with Snow Fairy and has that candyfloss sweet scent that I love. This bath melt turns the water pink and is super moisturising. I have dry skin and find that this particular Lush product leaves my skin feeling super hydrated.

Milky Bath

I have seen this in Lush a few times now and thought I would give this a go. Shaped like a bottle of milk and predominantly cream in colour this bubble bar is priced at £3.75. Containing orange oil and skimmed milk, it left my skin feeling really hydrated. The lid contains cocoa butter and its glittery appearance added to my enjoyment of the bubble bar. I used this over two baths and was really pleased with the amount of bubbles it created.

Luxury Lush Pud

The Luxury Lush Pud bath bomb is part of the Limited Edition Christmas range and cost £3.95. Containing lavender and ylang ylang oils, this bath bomb is perfect after a long day when you need to unwind. I wouldn't usually choose a Lavender scented product but was drawn in by its appearance. Shaped as a traditional pudding this bath bomb is predominantly pink in colour with little islands of colour in various places. To add to the Christmas feel it also has a holly and berries on the top. In the bath it created mainly pink water with swirls of colour appearing in the bath water. If you want a relaxing bath with lots of colour, I would highly recommend this product.

Father Christmas

The Father Christmas Bath bomb is part of Lush's Christmas range and is priced at £3.65. The Father Christmas bath bomb creates a surprise in the water as it leaves a holly green centre. I wasn't expecting that! With a freshly spun candyfloss scent, this is one I would repurchase.

Intergalactic

The Intergalactic bath bomb is one of my favourite Lush products. Costing £3.95, its main scent is Peppermint and Cedarwood. I wouldn't usually pick a bath bomb with a Cedarwood scent but quite like the overall minty smell this bath bomb creates. This bath bombs selling point for me is what it does in the bath. A vibrant blue/teal this bath bomb sends the water teal whilst also boasting swirls of yelling white and pink. The popping candy and golden glitter make this a beautiful spectacle.

Candy Mountain

The Candy Mountain bubble bar costs £2.95 and smells of vanilla and candyfloss. With a sweet scent I usually make this bubble bar last two baths. Creating lots of bubbles in the pink water, this bubble bar creates a divine bath.

What's your favourite Lush product? Let me know by leaving a comment below!

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