Lush Haul

Hey guys and dolls,

I guess I am a bit of a lush freak but the idea of going in but I have one rule. I cannot spend over £25. That’s my max spend in Lush, especially if you’re a Lushie and wanting more and more of their products. If my sisters, mum or another family member that’s part of my life wants one they’ll be included within the £25.

Down to the good stuff.

When it comes to the products themselves I adore sweet fruity smells and what tickles my nose, and if I call my friend Jade or my university friends such as Aimee and Megan this time round and go “Oh my god this smells beautiful.” That’s when it goes to my basket. I also haven’t had a bath with these yet but I cannot wait to try them.

So we went to the Chester shop because that’s the nearest one unless we go to Liverpool. If I am up in Glasgow where my boyfriend lives I’ll go to the Glasgow one.

Blackberry Bath bomb.

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This is one of the new purchases for me but one of the staff told me that this is a bath bomb that helps anxiety, depression and nervous tension because the ingredients include Bergamot which is used in aromatherapy. Plus it also includes frankincense oil as well. So induces a feeling of wellbeing.

Dragons Egg Bath Bomb

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This is my all-time favourite when it comes to bath bombs from Lush. It makes the bath into a nice gold citrusy colour and it crackles and fizzes in the bath too. It has lemon sherbet (one of my favourite scents) and Jasmine.

Intergalactic Bath Bomb

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Again another re-purchase and when this is dropped in the bath the bath water goes beautiful with all the colours. Basically, you have your own galaxy within your bath. It has glitter inside the bath bomb so it looks like you have your own constellations of stars. The scents included in this, I had to look it up because I totally forgotten, Cedar wood, hint of 80s aftershave and, peppermint and grape fruit oil.

Mmmelting marshmallow

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This is an impulse buy, as you do by the counters and it smelled really sweet. I never tried a bath oil but for 2.00 you can’t really go wrong now can you? The oils include extra virgin coconut oil and almond oil. Then marigold powder, marshmallow powder, chamomile powder and I guess its moisturising as well since we have coco butter organics Shea butter.

Catastrophe cosmetics.

Adding this into the mix, and I know its cheating but I brought this when I went to Glasgow when I was last up there thinking that there isn’t any way that I am going be around lush anytime soon until Aimee and Megan in Chester on the 29th”and I said that I’m down. There was a chocolate one too but I didn’t like it as much as this one. The staff member was like this is best for oily skin (which I have) and I loved how soft my skin was after the taster too. I brought it straight away. The fruity sense of blueberries, talc, almond oil,  and chamomile blue oils too. I don’t have a picture for this one because I stupidly used this on pretty quickly. Do’h.

Charity Pot

Of course I do buy a charity pot which went bigger and for £3.00, I am not going to complain about that. I always buy a charity pot.

Thats it my loves, Sorry for the MIA recently. A lot has happened but I hope you enjoyed this post.

Loads of love,

Alexandra