BEAUTY: A very pink themed Lush haul.

Wednesday, 16 March 2016


I’ve turned into one of those people who just has to pop into Lush to ‘have a look’ if I am walking past. This happened recently I ended up walking out with a couple of things. I didn’t do crazy with the spending. I’m sure a lot of you agree that it is very easy to get carried away and end up with a basket full of delightful smelling treats, which in a way end up becoming an air freshener for your bathroom until the time comes to use them!
 I unintentionally went for a pink theme with this little Lush haul. Starting with the ‘Fluffy Egg’ bath bomb. Purchased mainly because a) it was one of the cheaper bath bombs and b) it smelt bloody amazing. (I tweeted about how I couldn’t stop sniffing it when I got home!) I believe that this particular bath bomb is part of their Easter range & priced at £2.95 it is I think one of the more affordable items from the collection (I mean it’s all affordable it, just in that price range where you don’t leave the shop thinking, oh gosh how much did I just spend on bath bombs?)  If you are fan of the sweeter, candy-like products Lush have to offer then this is for you. Like Snow Fairy at Christmas? You will love this.  Your bath will turn bright pink which is always a nice pretty bonus – prefect for those bath Instagram shots.
Sticking with the bath theme (and pink) I also grabbed the Creamy candy bubble bar which is part of their permanent range. Again another of the cheaper products from Lush as it is also £2.95 but unlike the bath bomb, you can make this last by using it multiple times. That’s the great thing about the bubble bars, you don’t have to use them all up at once! I usually go for the comforter bubble bar, which actually smells very similar to this one but as I still have some of that left, I decided against getting another. The Creamy Candy bar has almond and cocoa butter in it to help moisturise your skin which is a welcome added bonus.

Finally I decided to pick up one of my old favourites, the Rock Star Soap. I haven’t had this in such a long time but the scent brings back multiple memories – Which I realise sounds a bit odd considering you use it in the bath/shower. But it was the soap I bought a lot when I lived in New Zealand for 3 months, and the one I also used around the time of getting married. So you can understand why! The soaps are priced by weight so this particular block of it cost me just over £4 I think. Which is a bit ridiculous when you think about how much you’d spend on a regular bar of soap but the vanilla scent is so worth it.
Have you bought anything from Lush recently? I want to ‘visit’ the Lush kitchen sometime soon and purchase myself some old/discontinued products. Katy from Rotten Otter has multiple posts featuring Lush Kitchen if you are interested to know what it’s all about.
Much love,