I don’t think a week can go by without spreading a little bit of Lush love! Is that bad? I treated myself to a lot of different bits and bobs from their new stock this month which you can read about here however I also brought some of my old favourites too that I wanted to share with you.
Dream Cream is a much loved product over on The July Journal. I have actually written a full in depth review that you can read here but it has been a little hidden gem that has helped with my eczema and dry skin. The formulation is cooling, moisturising and nourishing for the skin which is brilliant if you find yourself needing to scratch your eczema often. This brings me onto the next product which is Ceridwen’s Cauldron. A luxury bath melt with oatmilk, cocoa butter, rose absolute and sandalwood that help dry and sensitive skin feel a bit more loved. I have been told you drop the muslin pouch into the bath water which releases the creamy oatmilk. You can then use the muslin cloth to help wash your sensitive skin. I haven’t seen this product talked about much so if you would like a review, please let me know.
The Blackberry Bath Bomb has recently been my favourite. Bergamot is used in aromatherapy to help anxiety, depression and nervous tension. If you have read any of my other posts, you will also know the scent is quite relaxing and uplifting. The formulation of the bath bomb also includes frankincense oil to slow down the breathing and induces a feeling of wellbeing. Fun fact for you; Blackberry was apparently the first bath bomb that Lush created! I was gifted the Comforter Bubble Bar* and Think Pink* by my friend, Peter. He has just started a vegan food blog and enjoys talking about games and films so please check him out, his blog is The Gamer In The Kitchen. The Comforter is definitely one of my favourites with the oh so famous blackcurrant Ribena scent and Think Pink is always a nice little treat when your needing a pick me up.
Have you picked up anything nice from Lush recently?