Even More From Lush?!!

There seems to be a continuous flow of 'Lush' related posts popping up on here recently. But what can I say really?! I'm a sucker for a fabulous bath bomb and a relaxing pamper.... and there's nothing wrong with that! 

Even as a type this post, I have a cinders bath bomb tucked away in my drawer ready to use later tonight, and man am I excited for that! There's nothing better then having a soak in a beautifully scented hot bath when the weather is chilly and is a great way to destress after a busy week. 

Not only do I love Lush products, but I also love the company's values and ethics, and I think that really helps in making their products even more appealing.

So, what have I been using recently?

Now, Lush's Butterball is a classic product that everyone seems to love (and with good reason)! But during the festive season, Lush bring out their Butterbear, which is essentially the same product but in a highly adorable format! An amazingly scented and nourishing bath bomb thats in the shape of a bear.... I mean what's not to love?!

After a bath using the butterball or butterbear, my skin just feels intensely nourished and silky smooth, and that's thanks to the wonderful ingredients it contains: including cocoa butter, ylang ylang oil and cocoa powder. 

The Sakura bath bomb is a product I'd never tried until I was bought one for my birthday back in October. It smelt incredible - fresh and floral - and I thoroughly enjoyed using it in my bath. It didn't do anything particularly incredible to the bath water it self - there were no bright colours or bubbles - but the scent it created left me feeling completely calm and at ease.

Inspired by the Japanese Cherry Blossom, the Sakura bath bomb is made as a celebration of spring and contains ingredients such as, mimosa and jasmine oils, orange flower and lemon oils. A highly calming and uplifting fragrance for anyone to enjoy.

I'm 100% positive that I'll be back through the doors at Lush once again very soon, so when that happens, what do you think I should try this time?


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