Clean Freak

Sunday, 15 February 2015


So, if a fact about me is that I'm a complete and utter Lush addict! Whenever I'm in a Lush Cosmetics store I never leave the store with out my purse shedding a little tear. My trip to Cardiff, where my local store is, is another day where my purse cried. As you can see I didn't pick up much this time, but I picked up some products that will last a little while.

Big Blue - With Arame Seaweed that softens and detoxes skin, sea salt that exfoliates, refreshing lemon oil and lavender that calms this bath bomb is quite literally everything you need. When I first heard of this bath bomb I was quite reluctant to buy it because of the seaweed, but after a debate and talking to the lovely staff in Lush I decided to buy it. I cannot wait to pop this in the bath and have my skin feeling baby bottom smooth.

Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds - Who wouldn't want to buy this bubble bar, the name just is the cherry on the top! This bubble bar is very similar to beloved 'The Comforter', but has many different ingredients. With Patchouli oil that relaxes, Frankincense resinoid that links with Jesus, and Cinnamon leaf oil thats warming and stimulating this is the bath bar that I think is slowly going to become my holy grail bath luxury. 

Amandopondo - Whilst dithering around Lush for a long while, my gorgeous momma decided to look for herself seeing if there was anything that took her fancy, and trust me a lot did. After debating about 3 bath bars she decided to go for this little gem. This bubble bar is a lot similar to the 'Tisty Tosty', and I think both would make a perfect combination. 'Amandopondo' has uplifting and refreshing lemon oil, balancing rose absolute and refreshing orange oil which is such a gorgeous mix I think. 

If you can get your hands on any of these bath gems definitely pick them up, as an avid Lush Cosmetics shopper and friend, I'm telling you to definitely try them because I am sure you won't be disappointed. 

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