Monday, 3 November 2014

Beauty: Lush Haul

Latest Lush Haul:

The Christmas Penguin bubble bar is William's favourite. He used it straight away and loved how many bubbles were made! It has a very uplifting scent which is perfect for the mornings. (£3.25)

Shoot For The Stars makes your bath water multicoloured before settling down into a deep blue. If you like the scent of Honey I Washed The Kids then you'll like this too. (£3.50)

Wizard bubble bar which is meant to banish stress and help you to recover. Perfect to the over indulging party season, or for stress inducing assignment deadlines. (£3.25)

The Melting Snowman bath melt which is 'Christmas spice scented' helping you to shake off festive fatigue. He looks cute though, so I may save him until last. (£2.25)

Butterbear is a delightful little bath bomb which is made with cocoa butter and leaves your skin soft and moisturised. Its great for tackling dry skin in the colder months. (£1.95)

After I'd purchased these, I went back for the Holly Go Lightly bubble bar, Sparkly Pumpkin bubble bar and Snowman fun.

Whats your favourite Lush product? Did you buy anything from the Halloween or Christmas range?

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  1. I picked up Butterbear and the Penguin bubblebar too! They smell gorgeous! Don't forget to enter my Makeup Revolution Giveaway here!
    Mary-Ann xx
    Angel Flicks

  2. Amazing haul! I just love lush! I will be getting a lush haul soon, I love their Christmas collection :)

    Melissa || x x

  3. These pieces look adorable! I've been eyeing these pieces up for weeks, I REALLY want them...but I can only use shower products.

    Sarah xo || time to see the stars ||

  4. I really need to get to Lush! Haven't been in since the Christmas stuff has come out!


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