So a few weeks ago, I went shopping in Stratford, and visited Lush. I always enjoy going into Lush, the people who work there are always so lovely and give amazing recommendations – so I thought i’d share the few things I brought. Also, I will add a little twist by showing how they look in the bath and what I thought of them, incase youre on the fence of buying them.
Right that’s enough rambling, lets get started.
The first thing I picked up was the Dragons Egg Bath Bomb. I brought this a few years ago, however I made a very stupid mistake. I left the bath running and we ran out of hot water. I’d been faffing around making hot chocolate and getting my bath-time set up all nice so didnt even think to check the water, before dropping it in. So unsurprisingly, its not so fun in cold water aha.
However I have learnt my lesson, so brought it again as my experience was a bit sad last time. The smell was lovey, its so sweet and reminds me of sugary lemon sweets you might get find in old fashioned sweet shops. I also loved how colourful it is on the inside. It looks a bit plain in its white shell, but inside is a mix of red, blue, pink and yellow, which turns the bath into a lovely orange colour at the end. However, this did have a lot of fine glitter in and i’m not the biggest fan of glitter, so if you’re not either then I’d skip this one.
Next, I purchased the Baby Bot bath bomb. This one is so adorable, and smells like lavender and chamomile – making it perfect for sleep and calming anxious minds. Although the picture below doesn’t do it too much justice, it turns the bath a beautiful, bright blue colour, adding to the calmness of it all. However, although it smells lovely in the water and as it is, the smell doesn’t really stay on your skin afterwards. I’m not too bothered though because although it would’ve been nice, it did make me clean and calm so its still done its job.
Finally, I purchased the Sex Bomb Bath bomb. Firstly, it has such a lovely light, floral, jasmine scent. The smell stays on your skin ever so slightly after getting out of the bath, but it doesnt really last that long. Next, although it does turn the bath a beautiful colour, the rose in the middle does turn into a weird gooey flubber thing once it comes apart from the bathbomb itself (if youve tried this before then you’l get what i mean) . Like i kind of get where they were going with the whole idea of it – but it was weird feeling a slimy blob tough my thigh. However if youre into bathbombs leaving bits floating in the bath, you might like it.
Thanks for reading, let me know which LUSH product is your favourite in the comments below! x
2 thoughts on “Mini LUSH haul- March 2018”
I love the bubbleroons!
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Ooh I saw those but never got one, might have to pick one up next time x
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