My obsession for Lush is still growing and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Originally heading to Lush for Christmas presents I realised that there was the whole heap of things that I still needed in my life.
Candy Mountain is a sugary-sweet, vanilla scented bubble bar. With its strong scent and eye-catching exterior, I was quickly swept into my basket.
It’s another new Lush product to me and after doing a little bit of research, I was sad to learn that it’s a seasonal product. The scent it one of my favourites from Lush so far and it’s a product that I may have to stock up on them before they swiftly are taken from my life.
In comparison to other Lush seasonal Bubble Bars, this is such a bargain at £2.95 and it’s such good value for money.
Another Christmas product is the Butter Bear Bath Bomb.
This has the most subtle scent of all the products I had the pleasure of picking up. It’s a perfect little bath bomb to help sooth and soften your skin.
As I mentioned, there’s not a strong scent to this one, but it’s lovely all the same. The scent has vanilla flowing through with a hint of cocoa powder and it’s so relaxing. It’s a really moisturising bath bomb and it’s an absolute bargain at only £1.95!
The Dragon’s Egg Bath Bomb
is probably my favourite bath bomb that I’ve used so far. As I’ve mentioned a few times, fruity scents are by far my favourite, there’s something about them that instantly makes me feel relaxed. When I first smelt this lemon scented bath bomb, it was quickly popped into my bag and taken to the till.
Not only is the smell delicious, but as you pop it in your bath, the colours quickly change from milky white to a bright orange colour. The Dragon Egg bath bomb also includes a little bit of popping candy, making it fizz and crackle around the bath.
The Santasaurus Bubble Bar
is one I’ve had my eye on for a while. It’s definitely an eye-catching bath bomb, alongside its name Santasaurus, it’s a fun and quirky bath bomb and there’s really nothing else like it.
It’s a quite sweet bubble bar as it has hints of honey and citrus and I can’t wait to run this beauty under the bath. I do love Lush and their bath products, but I do find the £5.95 price tag on this kind of pricey, however, it is part of the Christmas range, therefore it is to be expected.
Although I’ve not completely taken with the name, the Peeping Santa Bubble Bar
has definitely stolen my heart. It’s another seasonal product from the Christmas collection.
It contains shea butter sandwiched between the fruity, sweet scented bubble bar. The shea butter is so nourishing and hydrating on the skin. It’s comforting and the addition of the shea butter is more than welcomed into any of Lush bath products
Have you tried any of these products?