Yay! Since I bought my first bath bomb, I've seriously fallen in love with Lush and the thrill that their brightly coloured products and alluring smells brings, even on the dullest of days. So I thought I would show you what I purchased during my latest shop!
Therapy Massage Bar - I'm a little sceptical about this one. I absolutely love a massage because it is all too often that I find my muscles have knotted up again, but I'm used to either a sports massage, deep tissue massage or acupuncture by a physiotherapist rather than a buttery bar. Although, what really attracted me into buying this is that it a 100% organic product, packed with a mix of cocoa and shea butters which I find are just SO lovely on the skin. This little bar also contains three almighty essential oils: Lavender, to relax the mind, Neroli to boost serotonin levels and wild orange to well, brighten things up a little - so even if it doesn't help out with those knotted muscles, I think I will still love the luxurious, relaxing feel that I know this will give (ps. It isn't supposed to have purple dots... I think mines ill).
Avobath Bath Bomb - This has to be, dare I say it? my favourite product from Lush. I've written a full review of it here, and still it is my go to product when I'm feeling ill, if my knee or back is flaring up, or whether I'm simply tired and in need of a refreshing bath. Lush, you better not ever discontinue this baby or I might actually cry!!
Ceridwens Cauldron Bath Melt - I've noticed that my skin has become a little sensitive recently, particularly on my chest and arms so I figured an oily oat-milk bath sounds heavenly. On the Lush website it states that you can also use the little pouch as a wash cloth to really rub that moisture into your skin which I think is quite handy in helping to reach those areas that might not be totally submerged in the bath water such as the neck and chest for example. Apparently this is supposed to smell like roses, sandalwood and frankincense, however mine doesn't really smell much at all, perhaps its a naff one? I don't really know, but I'm not really one to judge a skincare product by its smell!
Dragon's Egg Bath Bomb - No, this bath bomb isn't invisible! I just was too scared to take it out of its little bag due to its crumbly nature but can I just say - it smells divine. Similarly to Avobath, Dragon's Egg possesses a very uplifting, zingy lemon scent and having looked at demonstrations of the product in use on Youtube, it looks like this one will be a lot of fun, spurting out a variety of colours, leaving your bath with a pool full of confetti! Umm.. yes please?!
Anyway that's it for me! I was so tempted to buy more but I've noticed that I've started to build up a little bit of a collection so I'm going to try and get through what I have first before purchasing any more items (damn you Lush for being so addictive!). Although, I might be a bit cheeky and purchase their medium sized 'New Charity Pot' because by gum that stuff is magic in a tub I tell you!
I hope you enjoyed this post and have a great weekend!