A couple of weeks ago, I featured some Lush Christmas products
to show you guys what they have got in store for the next couple of months but also to process in my mind what everything is and what ingredients the products contain. I visited the Lush
shop this week to check out the festive collection for myself and it is all looking so good! Although, I didn’t want to buy too much for now (I’m going back in November when I’m feeling more Christmassy!), I did treat myself to a few bath products!
As you can see, I bought a Dashing Santa bath bomb (£2.95), a Christmas Eve bubble bar (£2.95) and an Ickle Baby Bot (£1.95). I know the bath bombs are more exciting to use but I find that some can really irritate my skin so I have to be careful with which ones I buy but my favourite type of product from Lush are the bubble bars. I think they are the best Lush products because you can break the bubble bars into chunks and get a few uses out of them. I usually break them in to quarter or a third, depending on the size of the original bar but a small blob of it bubbles up really nicely! There are so many that I want but I went for the Christmas Eve bubble bar as it has a nice jasmine and ylang ylang fragrance – familiar fragrances for a relaxing bath!
Doesn’t Dashing Santa bath bomb look absolutely perfect to get you in the mood for Christmas! It fizzes gently and turns the water a orangey red colour with a sparkly gold shimmer. In the solid form, it smells really subtle but when dissolved in the bath, it releases a mix of citrus fragrances. This bath bomb contains mandarin oil, bergamot and orange flower.
Ickle Baby Bot isn’t from the Christmas range but the little cutie has been on my wishlist since the Summer
so I thought I’d finally pick one up. It is super cute! I don’t know why it has taken my this long because at £1.95, it’s one of Lush’s cheapest bath bombs. Ickle Baby Bot bath bomb is a soothing blend of lavender, chamomile and sandalwood. There is a Christmas equivalent of the Ickle Baby Bot which comes in the form of a white polar bear (also £1.95) and I’ve heard lovely things about it, but I wanted something more colourful this time!
Which Lush products do you recommend? What’s the best Lush product you’ve ever tried?