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Lush Christmas Haul


In case you all have not heard, Lush launched their Christmas products. Only joking! Who doesn't know that Christmas is now stocked; it seems like everyone is doing their Christmas Lush hauls now. I was not really a bath bomb person until I picked up the Fluffy Egg at Easter. Now I'm hooked! I thought that I'd join in with my little Christmas Haul.

The Comforter Shower Cream

- Snug berry hug -

How did I not discover this deliciousness earlier?! It is like concentrated Ribena; so sweet. It's the perfect pick me up after a long, tiring day. The main three ingredients are: cassis absolute, bergamot oil and cypress oil. I need to go and by the biggest bottle they have available.


Magic Wand Reusable Bubble Bar

- Make a wish! -

Anything that smells sweet and like candy floss is good to me. It reminds me of the first Lush bath bomb I bought; the Fluffy Egg. I like that it's reusable, the sales assistant said she had herd of people getting up to five or six baths with it. Realistically, I feel that I might get four baths out of it.


Popcorn Lip Scrub

- Moisturise and scrubs your lips -

I am aways in need a good lip scrub to exfoliate my lips. I don't have particularly chapped lips, but I always love the feeling after of super soft lips. It's also good for before I use liquid lipsticks to make sure they apply nicely. There is the interesting taste of both the sugar and sea salt combining which reminds me of my favourite sweet and salty flavoured popcorn. The main three ingredients are: virgin coconut oil, popping candy and polenta.


So White Bath Bomb

- The fairest of them all -

It looks so simple, but smells so delicious! The plain white exterior might not excite so people, what with all the other richly decorated bath bombs, but the smell is divine. It smells strongly of crisp and fresh apples. The main three ingredients are: neroli oil, bergamot oil and rose absolute.


Frozen Bath Bomb

- Let it go -

To be honest I bought this purely on a whim; Frozen is my love! The Lush description is so cute, 'Do you want to have a bath bomb? Do you want to splash and play?' Who didn't read that in tune with 'Do you want to build a snowman?" The main three ingredients are: grapefruit oil, rose oil and neroli oil.


Golden Wonder Bath Bomb

- A wonder to behold -

The staple of a Lush Christmas. I was told that the top Lush christmas product was the Golden Wonder, and that I would not be disappointed by it. I actually just shook it and it sounds hollow in the middle. Hiding a surprise? I am probably going to save it until the end, or if I do cave in then buy a new one. The three main ingredients are: lime oil, sweet orange oil and cognac oil.


Five Gold Rings Reusable Bubble Bar

- On the fifth day of Christmas... -

The glitter all over these reminds me of my Sparkly Pumpkin, it gets EVERYWHERE! I like the idea that this will last me for five baths. I plan to take them off one by one, instead of just dunking it and letting it dry. The main three ingredients are; vanilla absolute, tonka absolute and gardenia extract.


Oatifix Fresh Face Mask

- Hydrate, exfoliate and treat -

I am slowly, but surely, making my way through all the Lush face masks and Oatifix is my latest. I have wanted to try this for a while but just picked up others instead. It looks like it will me more of a 'scrubby' mask than the others I've tried. The main three ingredients are: fine oatmeal, organic illipe butter and Fairtrade banana.

I now feel like a hoarder with too much stuff. I am quite happy with my selection, considering this is my first Lush Christmas, and I have no experience if any of the products I picked up are good. I can't wait to use them all coming up to Christmas!

Have you picked up any Christmas Lush products yet?

Louise x x

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