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A very merry Lush Christmas part one



It’s no secret that I love Lush products so I highly doubt any of you are shocked to see a Lush Christmas post popping up for Blogmas. I’ve spent a lot more money on the Lush Christmas collection that I would care to admit but hey it’s Christmas!

Don’t forget to check back next week for part two.

Butterbear bath bomb – £2.50

The butterbear bath bomb is probably one of my favourites from the whole bunch (I’ve ordered 5 so far) – It’s got a  warm, cosy scent that is perfect for the cold winter nights. (He is also uber cute with his little pot belly and scarf!). Even though it isn’t the most spectacular bath bomb, the comforting smell more than makes up for it and as it’s packed with cocoa butter your skin feels ridiculously soft and silky when you get out of the bath. 10/10 from me.

Snow fairy shower cream – £8.50/250 ml

It wouldn’t be a Christmas Lush order if I didn’t mention the much loved Snow Fairy shower cream would it? It smells just like the creamy candle bubble bar or the bubblegum lip scrub so if you aren’t a fan of sweet scents you should probably give this one a miss. Despite the stupid price tag I do really like Lush shower gels as they are really thick, lather up nicely and the scent lasts for ages. I tend to use this one once or twice a week – If I’m not in the mood for it it can smell a little bit too sweet so I just use it as and when I feel like it.

Thundersnow bath bomb – £4.50

Thundersnow is supposed to smell like mint choc chip and tbh, my scent glands mustn’t be very developed cos I don’t get that at all – Nor did I get any popping candy! The colours it creates are pretty cool but for £4.50 you would be better off investing in the shoot for the stars bath bomb as it’s way better. It’s a no from me unfortunately.

My two front teeth bubble bar – £3.95

Out in the open I really disliked the scent of this bubble bar but once it was in my bath it was another story. It turns the bath a delightful shade of pink and creates a whole heap of bubbles which is great. It’s pretty good to use as part of my bed time routine as the smell is really calming and helps me to relax. I think £3.95 is a pretty decent price for it cos it would be easy to break this up in to two or three pieces to make it last that little bit longer.

Candy Mountain bubble bar – £3.25

It’s cute, it smells super sweet and it turns the bath water pink. There isn’t really a lot else to say on the candy mountain bubble bar really – Don’t get me wrong I like it but it’s a basic bubble bar that gets the job done.

The Snowman bubbleroon – £4.25

It’s pretty easy to deduce that Lush were heavily inspired by the Olaf/Summer scene from Frozen to create their bubbleroon and the scent is totally unexpected (I didn’t read the description before I bought it). I was expecting a warm, butter bear-esque scent but it actually smells incredibly fresh thanks to all the lemon inside it. It doesn’t create loads of bubbles unfortunately BUT you can split it across numerous baths thanks to it’s generous size and the shea butter leaves your skin feeling incredibly soft.

What’s you favourite thing from this years Lush Christmas collection?


  • Laila

    11/12/2017 at 11:02 am

    I am not a bath person at all but even I get sucked into LUSH and their christmas range… somebody just gave me a Shoot For The Stars bathbomb so I’m glad to hear that gets a rec over the thundersnow one! x

    1. Alrightblondie

      02/01/2018 at 10:57 am

      Yep, I much prefer it! The Thundersnow one is okay but shoot for the stars is definitely my favourite x

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