Okay, hands up if your a Lush lover! That will be me and most others reading this post. As some of you know I went down to London last week and I couldn’t help but have a wander around the new flagship store on Oxford Street. Firstly, I would like to say a massive thank you to Bella who was the lovely sales assistant who took me round the whole store, explaining the products to me and suggested various products to try. Sit back, grab a cuppa and enter the world of Lush exclusives for the next five or ten minutes!
Rose Jam Bubbleroon*, Milky Bath Bubble Bar – £3.75 and Intergalactic Bath Bomb – £3.50
The Experimenter – £3.75, Cyanide Pill – £3.50 and Yoga Bomb – £3.75
There were so many new bath bombs and bubble bars to pick from that I really struggled to decide which ones to get but I narrowed it down to four bath bombs and two bubble bars. Let’s start of with my favourite which is called ‘Yoga Bomb’. I saw a demo of this because it looked rather boring however it was amazing. This is the one if your looking for a calm, relaxing bath after a stressful day/week. The bath bomb smells quite floral but remains citrus scented at the same time much like an incense stick. It swirls orange and purple shades for about 15 minutes in the bath as well as including some gold glitter to perk you up. My next favourite is Intergalactic which has a new smell of peppermint. The bath bomb also includes popping candy which is right up my street. According to the lovely sales assistant, it is meant to create your very own bath galaxy so I can imagine it has some, if not a lot, of glitter.
The Experimenter and Cyanide Pill are bombs which were talked about a lot of the internet so I decided to pick these up to give them a go. If you have ever had a bonfire then this is what ‘The Experimenter’ smells like but a lot sweeter. It includes vanilla and tonka that gives the sweet tones of the bath bomb. On the other hand Cyanide Pill is a much sweeter almond scent. The bath bomb includes almonds and rosewood oil that gives it the rather sweet scent. It also includes a lot of silver glitter that breaks away has the bomb is fizzing away.
The two bubble bars are ‘Rose Jam Bubbleroon’ and ‘Milky Bath‘ which are both completely different from each other. The Rose Jam Bubbleroon* is very much like the Rose Jam shower gel that is limited edition. It has rose absolute and rose oil which all aids towards the rose scent. I have already crumbled half of it under water and the amount of bubbles that come out is insane as well as how pink the bath is! Milky Bath includes orange oil, skimmed milk and cocoa butter all perfect for dry, sensitive skins. The orange oil is such a mood lifter as well.
Comforter*, Lord of Misrule – £4.75 and Yuzu and Cocoa – £4.75
If you have been a long time reader of my blog then you will know that I have a bit of a thing for shower gels and collecting them all therefore I couldn’t resist picking up these minis. Comforter* has a lovely blackcurrant scent to the cream. Cassis absolute and bergamot oil is used in the formula for and uplifting fragrance. It also has some sliver and blue toned lustre to the formula which makes it all the more exciting to shower with. Lord of Misrule smells heavenly with vanilla absolute to make it sweet, I think this is what makes me love this shower gel whilst Yuzu and Coca smells strongly of chocolate orange. The cocoa butter makes it another winner for dry skins and the grapefruit and bergamot oils brighten up your mood.
Have you been to Lush Oxford Street yet? Stay tuned for Part 2!