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Halloween Lush Haul

Special seasonal Lush products are my favourite Lush products. Whether it is Fluffy Egg at Easter or Snow Fairy at Christmas, I love it all! Though, I have yet to find that signature product that represents my Halloween. I knew there had been a few new releases for this year, so I had to go a hauling'.

Lord of Misrule Bath Bomb
I believe that the Lord of Misrule is a fan favourite at this time of year, but that the bath bomb form is new. I have quite a few Lush shower creams I'm trying to work through which is why I picked up the bath bomb form. This smells very earthy and slightly warming? I find it kinda hard to identify smells. Some of the key ingredients are: patchouli oil, black pepper oil, and vanilla absolute

Monsters' Ball Bath Bomb
I feel like this is the new Halloween product that I had seen others talking about. This smells very sweet and sour, which I really love. The smell of the lime is so uplifting. This reminds me a lot of my favourite Soap & Glory scent 'Sugar Crush'. Some of the key ingredients are: lime oil, neroli oil, and olibanum oil

Boo Bath Melt 
This was the one product that I knew I wanted to try out. He just looks so cute and like a marshmallow! It smells not to sweet with a heavy floral under tone. I've never used a bath melt before but I'm so into trying it. Some of the key ingredients are: Fair-trade organic cocoa butter, ginger oil, and mimosa absolute.

Overall, I think that the Monsters' Ball has the most potential to be my Halloween favourite.  I'll have to wait and try it before making that final verdict. But, the Boo Bath Melt has also got major potential.

What is your favourite Lush Halloween product? 

Louise x x

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