Saturday, 2 March 2013

Lush Haul | Skincare & Bath Bombs

Hey Dolls! Just like most other beauty fanatics, I can't get enough of Lush products. I can't think of one product I've tried and haven't loved, and it's an absolute bonus that they're made with 100% natural ingredients and aren't tested on animals. I was out shopping yesterday (shock horror) when the familiar scent of a Lush store came my way and I gave in. With the intention of only having a look around I didn't expect to come out with a full bag of products but hey, you can never go wrong with a Lush haul! Since having my face mapped by Dermalogica at the beginning of the week, it dawned on me that I needed a whole bunch of new skincare products and I thought what better place to start than at Lush?! Of course I sneaked a few cheeky bath bombs in there too because what trip would be complete without them?

Not only do I love the products from Lush but the staff in there are so lovely and helpful. They never pressure you into buying things and are always willing to answer any questions you have. For what they are, I think Lush have very reasonable prices. I picked all of this up for under £25, and I also found out about the '5 clean pot free face mask' offer which means I'll be back down there in no time as I have countless empty pots of product. As you may know if you read my blog, I'm very much into my skincare. I have so many products I don't know why I even picked up more to add to my collection. Skincare wise, I picked up the 'Cupcake', 'Oatfix' and 'Mask of Magnaminty' fresh face masks, the 'Tea tree Water' toner and the 'Grease Lightening' spot treatment. Both the 'Cupcake' and 'Mask of Magnaminty' face masks are re-purchases for me. I absolutely swear by them for keeping oily skin and blemishes at bay, and I religiously stock up whenever I run out or they pass their sell by date. I picked up the 'Tea Tree Water' after hearing about its antibacterial properties and its ability to eliminate oil around the T-Zone, and the 'Grease Lightning' spot treatment after hearing so many great things about it. As I mentioned previously, the staff in Lush are so unbelievably helpful. The woman in there told me that 'Grease Lightning' can also be used as a serum after cleansing and before moisturising. I've never included a serum in my skincare routine so this is definitely something I'll be getting back to you lovely lot about. Luckily I have pretty good skin but do get the occasional spot, so I'm almost excited for this to happen (dare I say it) to give this a bash. 

Who can resist a bit of Lush pampering at bath time? I've raved about how much I love their 'Sex Bomb' but I felt I needed to branch out a little more and try something different. Being faced with such an array of options, I was stuck for choice but eventually I went for 'The Comforter', 'Melting Marshmallow Moment' and the cheap as chips 'Ickle Baby Bot'. All of these carry the most amazing scents, and you really get your moneys worth as they've all been designed to break apart which means more bath bomb bubble baths! I particularly love the marshmallow one as the scent is absolutely to die for but am looking forward to giving the other two a go. Recently I've been suffering with sleepless nights, so I'm hoping the camomile in 'Ickle Baby Bot' can help me out. As for The Comforter', it's something very popular among the blogging community so I'm hoping it lives up to its expectations! As always, if anything impresses me I'll write a review in full. I can't get enough of Lush and I definitely feel another haul coming on soon as I spied alot of products I simply must try. What are your favourite Lush products?


  1. Great haul! I love lush x

  2. Sex Bomb Is my all time favourite bath bomb :) love the comforter too! I need to get myself to a Lush asap! xx

    1. Sex bomb is just the best! Can't wait to try the comforter xx

  3. The cupcake mask is, by far, the best face mask I have ever used!


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