Luscious Lush!

As I said in my previous blog, taking a bubble bath is the most relaxing moment anyone can take. Sometimes it’s ok with just the water and bubbles, but what’s even better is with a heavenly scent.

Since the beginning of 2016 ,or before that can’t really remember, I have been loving the shop Lush. Those of you who haven’t heard of lush before, it is a shop that sells a range of handmade beauty products that smell sooooooooooooooooooooooooo good and help your skin massively.

I thought it would be nice if I would share some of my favourite lush products that I have been using/used:

  1. Intergalactic

Ever wondered what bathing in deep space would be like? Invite the cosmos into your bathroom with this sexy, interstellar bomb and become the guardian of your own galaxy. An awesome mix of refreshing peppermint and neon colour sends your mood rocketing, while popping candy takes you on a trip around the Milky Way. Constellations swirl and pop, creating vibrant lustre vortexes in the night sky. Before you leap too far, rogue layers of vetivert and cedarwood take hold, evoking the warmth of human contact far from home and a hint of 80s aftershave. Return from your intergalactic brief encounter as the grounding scent brings you gently back from orbit.

 

 

2. Pink Flamingo

Being a flamingo lover I saw this and fell in love with it, it only seemed unfair to not buy it.Birds of a feather bathe together! Slip into something more fruity with this cocktail-inspired reusable bubble bar, filled with fragrant rosewood and ylang ylang. To set the mood for all kinds of nude, softening butters and refreshing bergamot leave you feeling in the pink. Let the bubbly flow!

3.  Yoga Bomb

Take a journey of the self as reassuringly soothing sandalwood oil creates a sanctuary of calm in your bath. When you plunge this meditative fizzer into the water, slow mesmerising shades of oranges, purples and turquoise will unfurl. At the same time deeply relaxing olibanum and ho wood release, fragrancing your body and surroundings. It’s the ideal atmosphere to lie back and contemplate life. The most relaxing bath bomb I’ve ever had.

4. Think Pink

My first lush product! No thinking cap is needed to realise that this candy-flowered bath companion truly adores you. Pop it into warm water and revel in the pinkened sweet tonka and comforting Fair Trade vanilla pool that unfolds. A sunny note of neroli oil complements soothing lavender to create a cheerful, yet calming heart-spangled soak.

5. Bubblegum Lip Scrub

Prep your lips with a buff and polish at the start of your make-up routine to ensure your lipstick glides on and stays put. Just apply with a clean finger, and let the exfoliating caster sugar and softening jojoba oil scrub away dead skin and infuse moisture to rejuvenate your smile. Bubblegum lip scrub won’t leave any greasy residue; just a sweet candy taste that you’ll enjoy licking off. Lip-smackingly good.

6. Full Of Grace

A deeply moisturising facial serum in solid form that glides on to leave skin feeling renewed without heaviness. We’ve created a skin-feeding blend of oils and mixed with Portobello mushrooms for their skin-protecting vitamins and minerals, whilst chamomile blue oil and calamine powder calm the skin – and the latter controls greasiness too. Warm on the fingertips or glide it across the skin like a massage bar, allowing the bar to melt and all the beautiful ingredients to soak in.

7. Apandapand

Get them while they’re fresh. It’s easy peasy lemon squeezy to wash away the blues with this grapefruit soap. Grab a slice between your hands, give it a rub and lather up to release your fruity side. And remember, when it comes to a slice of this soap, size matters. Grab a big one. We really do put the whole fruit in…

8.  The Experimenter

If you’re looking for adventure… you’ll find it in The Experimenter, starring vibrant colour, popping candy and Fair Trade vanilla absolute from near the Rwenzori mountains in Uganda.

An enigmatic and comforting romance of… deep, complex vetivert notes that enthrall your senses before creamy vanilla and tonka provide a sweet antidote.

It’s everything you’ve always wanted to do … and with a plethora of five bright colours, it’s the only one you’ll ever want to do it with again.

The most thrilling bath number ever staged. It’s unbelievable, it’s sensational, it’s The Experimenter.

9. I love Juicy

Packed with fresh fruit to deeply cleanse and clarify hair. This is a fruit cocktail for the hair to cleanse and refresh it, softening seaweed to leave your locks super-shiny once they’re extra-clean. Freshly juiced pineapples, kiwi, mango and papaya are full of enzymes that help break down excess sebum (oil) on the scalp, leaving hair looking and feeling fresh and clean.

10. Rainbow fun

The only thing that could improve rainbows up above the street, is if they were as close to you as your shoes are to your feet.

So watch them smiling over the sky and turn your head to grin, then quickly run to your bathroom and take this Fun bar in.

Make the seven colours into any shape you’d like, then run the water, settle in and take them on a hike.

Over belly button, then heads and shoulders too, a juicy blend with lemon oil will make skin feel brand new.

Cheery lime and grapefruit oils are bursting from your palm, Fair Trade vanilla sweetens and chamomile adds calm.

 

Hope you found this list useful. If you have anything else to say plz comment below. Also I would love to hear which lush product is your favourite. Thank you for reading!

Still searching for my dream…

 

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Luscious Lush!

  1. grace de cani says:

    I love all of those bath bombs and think they’re all amazing. I don’t have that many at home because I can never choose which one to have! But now i know exactly what i want. I love the descriptions, especially the intergellactic, sexy!!!! This blog definitely gave me an idea of what to buy! Just wondering whats a facial serum????

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