Usually I spend a good amount of time sniffing their products and making a long mental list of things I want, then leaving sadly with one item. However this time, in celebration of my birthday, I decided to spoil my self and picked up a few items. I'm going to be truthful and mention that their products are a bit too expensive for what they typically function as, but they're fantastic for days where you need to relax.
|Please excuse their messiness: I stored them in an old Glossy Box.|
I picked up four things and decided to indulge in mostly bubble bars because honestly baths are all about the bubbles. So far I've only used the bath bomb and was surprisingly pleased but I'll give a superficial review on each product. Here are the items with links to the site:
On the site, this soap had a fairly high rating and also in other social networks, this is probably one of the most hyped products found at Lush. As you can tell from the punny name, this soap has a warm honey scent and is filled with caramel undertones; I find myself constantly sniffing this wonderful bar. I used a small piece in the store as a sample and I saw that it lathers quite well and still smells as good wet as it is dry. If you buy soaps, I recommend cutting them up in pieces so it can last longer, instead of becoming the typical mushy mess that happens with most bars. Can't wait to try this in a shower!
Rose Jam Bubble Bar:
Another group of scent that I love are rosy scents. Most floral products tend to be overbearing but with this, I found it to be pleasantly sweet. As you can tell from the image, this bar is made up of two semi-spheres so I would prefer using this over two baths.
Twilight Bath Bomb: This piece is probably what triggered the whole Lush purchase. I went in looking for a bath bomb and I fell in love with this gem. An employee asked me what scent I was looking for and when I said Vanilla, she picked this up and said that it had Tonka bean, which mimicked the same scent. She ended up showing me other similar scents, but I had already had my heart set on this one. Of all the bath bombs, I noticed that Twilight was the biggest in size, so when I got home I decided to break it in pieces. Once I opened it up, I saw that it's interior was blue and had tiny glitters grounded into it. When used in a bath, this took a long time to melt (something I appreciated) and turned the water a nice dusky purple and left my skin feeling soft and lovely. I smelled good the following day so I'll definitely repurchase!
Ma Bar Bubble Bar:
The last piece I got was this wonderful bar that looks like a desert you'd want to devour. What made me buy this was the fact that it smelled like Honey I Washed the Kids Soap, so pairing them together would me smell like honey goodness! I still haven't tried this but the little square of brown sugar is tempting me.
That's all the things I've got. So far this is probably the third time I've been there and each time have enjoyed their services and products. I'll definitely continue to visit but avoid spending too much. I hope you guys liked this post and tell me what you think of Lush or what are your favourite products?