When you mention Lush, the majority of people will instantly mention their favourite product on offer. Whether this is a skin care favourite, a body scrub, face mask or the ever popular bath bomb. There is a product for everyone at Lush, and they not only continue to be inventive and creative in their products, they also remain firmly committed to their strong values as a company.
I love Lush, plain and simple. They have amazing staff, with an abundance of knowledge, they always make you feel welcome, even if the store is completely packed with customers and they take the time to understand what you are looking for. Recently I took a journey to Lush for a few new things, and decided to indulge in a few Christmas products.
Not that I have a bath every week, but when I do, I really like to make it as luxurious and lovely as I can. I picked up one too many Christmas bath bombs and can’t wait to share with you my choices!
This is a beautiful little bear shaped bath bomb, made with cocoa butter. If you pop this bear into the water, it will infuse your bath with a warm and creamy vanilla scent, perfect for these cold nights.
You can’t get any better then a classic bath bomb. Lush describes this as a hot and spicy bomb. Filled with sicilian lemon oil, mustard and ginger powders as well as coriander seed and clove bud oils.
Quintessentially christmas, the cutest little bath bomb.
This too has sicilian lemon and lemon myrtle oils as well as gorgeous cocoa and shea butters. This is one to make your skin silky soft.
The magic of Christmas
You certainly get your money’s worth with this little star. Simply hold this under running water and let the bath fill up with bubbles, cinnamon leaf and clove. You can reuse this until it is gone, and each time you will be left feeling full of christmas spirit, and smelling of deliciousness and a happy season.
This is a lovely and delicate bath oil. Tree-D easily melts away as it transforms the water into a pool of almond oil and Fair Trade organic cocoa butter. This contains scents of tangerine and grapefruit.
Which is your favourite for Christmas?