One of my *unofficial* goals for 2015 is to relax more. As the great Leonardo da Vinci once said, ‘Every now and then go away and have a little relaxation. To remain constantly at work will diminish your judgement.” What is more relaxing close to home than a luxurious bath? This year I will review products from my fav shop that makes fresh and handmade beauty goods, Lush! So draw up a bath, get a good book and a glass of wine, and let’s relax!
Drum roll please… (I’m a little late to start talking about them… but the Halloween products are out at Lush! The Christmas products are out too, but we’ll get to those later. I have lots of them in my pile ready to be tested!) The haul for Halloween this year was small, and I only got the Lord of Misrule bath bomb and the Sparkly Pumpkin bubble bar. The Sparkly Pumpkin is a signature Halloween Lush product and is pretty great in my opinion. It smells fantastic, an uplifting blend of juniperberry, grapefruit and lime oils. It’s more like a candy/morning smell than a pumpkin smell. The glitter on the exterior shimmers in the bath and it creates SO many bubbles using the entire bar.
The bubbles and the scent stick around the entire bath – and the water stays a vibrant orange. The only trouble is the glitter sticks to the tub if you don’t bother to wash it all away while it is still wet. Also, I feel like not much glitter stuck to my skin as compared to other Lush products that have glitter. A negative in my mind, but others may prefer it.
My local Lush store has sold out of the Halloween products, but you can still get them online as of today! I’ll certainly be picking it up again next year!
Halloween Lush Products I’ve tested:
Mother’s Day Lush Products I’ve tested:
Easter Lush Products I’ve tested:
Other Lush Products I’ve tested:
Blackberry Bath Bomb, Twilight Bath Bomb, Sakura Bath Bomb, Phoenix Rising, Honey Bee Bath Bomb, Space Girl Bath Bomb, Big Blue Bath Bomb, Granny Takes a Dip Bath Bomb, Rose Queen Bath Bomb, Ickle Baby Bot, Sex Bomb Bath Bomb,
*This post is not sponsored
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