26 March 2014


Whenever I know that there is a Lush close by I often can't contain myself and as you can tell from the photos above I got slightly excited by their new spring releases. Lush offer the most original products when it comes to  different seasons and occasions of the year. Whilst I managed not to buy the whole shop I did pick up some seasonal products that will not be there for ever so now is  the time to buy. My most loved product is the bunch of carrots which create mass amounts of bubbles for your bath another bubble maker is the Tulip reusable bubble bar which involves a swiss in the water and bubbles galore, this one is for the mums but I thought why not treat myself too as well as my mum.

Another mother's day product is the secret garden bath bomb which isn't famed for it's fizz but aroma, colour and secret flower petals. Other things I purchased was the butterball bath bomb , a repurchase for me that has the most amazing oil inside which is so nourishing on the skin , this ones a major underdog. I often pass the massage bars when in Lush but I was feeling a bit more adventurous and purchased the each peach massage bar ,  it wasn't long till I was massaging my self with this gem. Think pink was another bath bomb that I picked up the perfect one for the perfect pink bath.  Lastly a fizz bomb that goes by the name of fizz banger one I haven't used yet but judging by the smell it's going to be enjoyable next bath time!

Have you picked up anything from Lush recently ? 


  1. I love the Think Pink bath bomb too :) Your photography is gorgeous! X
    Elise - www.elisedopson.com

  2. I've been looking at the Each Peach massage bar. It smells incredible and it seems super nourishing. It's definitely on my wishlist! xx
    Celina | The Celution | Bloglovin’

  3. Love the look of the carrots, they are so cute! x

    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD

    P.S. I don't want to be spammy, but I have a YSL Lipstick Giveaway on my blog at the moment!


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