Glittery pink bubble bars just seem to be my thing! I’ve tried and loved both the Candy Mountain and Pink Pumpkin Bubble Bars, and after trying something more adventurous, I decided to go back to my roots by picking up the Rose Jam Bubbleroon!
I rarely get to try Lush’s bath range, so when I stayed in a hotel with a bath, I raced down to Lush to pick out a bath bomb and bubble bar to test out. After looking at which bath bombs looked the prettiest, as well as having a scent I enjoyed, I settled on The Experimenter for my first bath art.
Lush’s 100 gram shower gels are my little shower luxuries. I’ve tried Beautiful, Snow Fairy, Plum Rain, and now Happy Hippy!
While in Japan, I picked up the Candy Mountain Bubble Bar from Lush Cosmetics, to treat myself to a relaxing bubble bath after two exciting days in Disneyland. Since we don’t have a bathtub at home, every chance I get to have a bath, I run to Lush to pick up something new to try!
After watching a documentary on what micro-plastics do to our waterways, I decided from now on I only wanted to purchase exfloiators that contained natural scrubbing agents (no plastic beads thanks!)
It’s no secret that I get sucked in because of pretty packaging. You would have thought a ton of glitter would have made me wary (hello glitter bomb), but it’s good looks got the better of me.
I recently bought another delicious lip scrub that makes skincare just as fun as GlamGlow’s Gravity Mud, except this little pot is cruelty-free!
I’ve wanted to try Lush products for a little while now, particularly after I decided to transition to cruelty-free makeup. Which is why when I realised Lush had released a Valentine’s Day collection, I knew I had to get my hands on something from the pretty pink range.