Monday, 26 January 2015

Little Lush Haul

Hi Ladies. I've decided to do something new on my blog. Instead of saving up things I buy and doing one huge haul (which is time consuming for me to write and for you to read!) I thought I would just do small hauls more often of bits and bobs I pick up as and when I buy them. The first haul instalment (that has a nice ring to it...) is from Lush; one of my all time favourite shops. Their bath products are second to none and whilst considered to some a luxury, for me they have become a necessity! The first product is Honey I Washed The Kids soap. My all time favourite Lush scent and something I have repurchased many times. I've just finished by bottle of It's Raining Men shower gel (which has the same scent) and thought instead of buying it again I'd revert to my old ways. The ingredients are English Honey, Sweet Wild Orange Oil, Beeswax and Bergamot Oil.The scent is incredible and lasts all day. If you haven't smelt it before I urge you to right away! The soap is £3.40 per 100g and I bought roughly 200g. The second product is Twilight bath bomb, another re-purchase. Lush bath bombs are my favourite of their products and this one smells and looks beautiful. The main scents in Twilight are Lavender Oil, Tonka Absolute, Benzoin Resinoid and Ylang Ylang Oil. It's an incredibly relaxing scent and perfect for having a soak in the bath after a long week. Twilight is £3.35. The final product is Dragon's Egg bath bomb. This is sitting as my room as I speak and it is doubling up as an air freshener- it's all I can smell! The main scents are Lemon Oil, Bergamot Oil, Jasmine Absolute and Popping Candy. It is the most wonderful, uplifting scent. It's not a bath bomb I've tried before so I can't wait to try it! Popping candy and confetti sounds most intriguing! Dragon's Egg is also £3.35. It sounds quite pricy for a bath bomb but they are so big that you could cut them in half and get two baths out of them. 
So there's my little Lush haul! I'm sure it won't be long until the next one!
Lots of love,

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