Lush Haul

I never get to go to Lush because there isn't one local to me so when I get to go, I make sure I pick up enough for at least one bath a week for a month or so! I also got a tonne of Lush stuff for my birthday so I think I am pretty much set on Lush baths now for the next 6 months or so. I wanted to pick to pick up some of the new bath products as well as some of the original line which I hadn't tried before!
Lush Haul
Lush Haul
I mainly picked up bath bombs because the water pressure in our house is a little rubbish, so I don't always get a lot of bubbles out of my bubble bars unless I sit and hold the shower head to fill up the bath. As the Easter collection had just launched a few days before I headed into store I knew I wanted to pick up the Fluffy Egg (£2.95). I had this last year and really enjoyed it so I am happy to see that they brought it back again, hopefully I will be able to go back into store and pick up a few more because they are gone! Another pink bath bomb I picked up was Think Pink (£2.65). This was another bath bomb that I had previously and loved so I wanted to get another as I really enjoyed it. 

All of the next bath bombs were ones that I have never had before! First up we have the Blackberry Bath Bomb (£3.35). This smelt lovely and it is huge so I am hoping for a very colourful bath with this one! The next one I have extremely high hopes for because everybody raves about it and it is Intergalactic (£3.95). This one is full of bright colours so I am sure this will be on my Snapchat and Twitter when I pop it in the bath. The final bath bomb I picked up was Ickle Baby Bot (£1.95). This is lavender scented so I thought it would be perfect to use on a Sunday evening with some bubble bath to relax and prepare for the week ahead. This is suitable for babies over six months so it will be very gentle on the skin. 

The final thing I picked up was the Creamy Candy Bubble Bar (£2.95). This smells so similar to snow fairy which is my all time favourite scent from Lush! I should be able to get a few baths out of this and I am hoping for lots of bubbles! I also got the Unicorn Horn and the Ladybird bubble bars for my birthday so I am well stocked on bubble bars too! 

What have you picked up from Lush recently? 

<3

11 comments

  1. You got such great things! Fluffy egg is my all time fav, at easter i buy about 10 to last me through the whole year!

    www.kayleighkmua.com

    ReplyDelete
  2. The Creamy Candy Bubble Bar sounds lovely! I love to have a good supply of Lush Products available! I can't wait to get some of their easter range! x

    www.shayholly.co.uk

    ReplyDelete
  3. Fluffy Egg looks fab! I need to try that one out. I try to steer clear of Lush simply because I'll go in to buy one thing or just for a browse and come out £30 poorer, but I do like to indulge every now and again.

    Sophie x | Essential Twenty

    ReplyDelete
  4. Fantastic haul I'm so jealous! I haven't used a Lush bath bomb in so long I cant wait to pick one up my fav is Titsy Totsy.

    http://abigailalicex.com

    ReplyDelete
  5. Love this haul! Intergalactic is probably my favourite bath bomb :) xx
    www.chasingbelle23.blogspot.co.uk

    ReplyDelete
  6. These look so good, I think the blackberry bath bomb is probably the most appealing to me because I can imagine how good it smells! Lush do some amazing scents.

    www.thesundaymode.blogspot.com.au

    ReplyDelete
  7. ooww reading your post and all the comment, i think a need to buy some of these!! I dont have a local shop either! :(

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCesQ4yMUM8LlDM0HLv3bo4g

    ReplyDelete
  8. I attended an event at Lush this week so have a few new products to try but I really want to go and get the Golden egg bath bomb melt and also a couple of little pots of the Yuzu & Cocoa and Comforter shower creams x

    Becky @ The Little Blog of Beauty

    ReplyDelete
  9. Now that I think about it, I haven't had a relaxing bath in quite some time. Your post made me want to stock up. All their Easter stuff looks incredibly cute!
    www.skinheartproject.com/"

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for commenting!