Butterball Bath Bomb (£2.75)
Firstly, this smells divine. It’s not my usual favourite scent (I’m a fruity gal). It has a strange scent and oddly reminds me of food (perhaps it’s the butter). When it dissolves it leaves golden specks in the water, which eventually dissolve themselves. The golden parts are solid cocoa butter pieces. While this bath bomb doesn’t leave your bath looking Instagram-worthy, quite the opposite actually, but it has amazing after effects. It left my skin feeling moisturised and soft. This would be the perfect bath bomb for a cold winter evening to repair your skin from the harsh weather.
Sakura Bath Bomb (£3.75)
I haven’t got round to using this bath on yet. But I will! And I am so excited to do so. It has such a sweet yet fresh scent which is so so lovely.
Dragon’s Egg Bath Bomb (£3.95)
I was so excited about this bath bomb when I bought it. The lady in the shop really hyped it up for me. She told me it has popping candy in it, which I thought was really cool. So I bought it. However, this bath bomb left me feeling really disappointed. From all the hype it got, it really was underwhelming. Mine barely even fizzed when I put it in water. I had to physically hold it under the faucet in order to make it dissolve into the water. I won’t be purchasing this one again, unfortunately.
R&B Hair Moisturiser (£12.25)
I actually have two pots of this. This is supposed to be a leave in moisturiser/conditioner for post-shower. However, I have quite fine and naturally oily hair, so I tend to use this the night before I know I’m going to wash my hair. I’ll put it in my hair, root to tip, so my hair is covered in it, then I’ll sleep and wash it out in the morning. This way it gives my hair a little bit of extra hydration without leaving it feeling greasy. It smells amazing too. So it’s really no bother sleeping with it in. It leaves my room smelling delightful.
Mask of Magnaminty (£6.95)
I loved this face mask! It was such a nice little pamper treat for me. It smelled minty and genuinely left my face feeling minty fresh in the same way your mouth feels when you brush your teeth. I have no idea how that is possible. But it is true! This was such a great face mask for my acne, because the mint in it is antibacterial and helps reduce acne scars, so it works in both ways. Honestly this product is amazing. I will definitely be repurchasing.
Daddy-O Shampoo (£6.25) and Happy Happy Joy Joy Conditioner (£9.95)
So Daddy-O is apparently the OG purple hair conditioner. I haven’t actually used it yet, as I haven’t had my hair dyed in over a year. I’m not really a blonde anymore. I’m waiting until I dye my hair before I use this and when I do I’ll let you know how well this works!
The same goes for the Happy Happy Joy Joy Conditioner. I haven’t used it yet, because they were bought for me to use together. But I cannot emphasise how AMAZING this smells. Honestly. And I am very excited to use both.
Honey Lip Scrub (£5.95)
I loooove this lipscrub. It was an impulse buy, because the lady in LUSH told me it was a limited edition product, but it’s not! This lip scrub is well worth it. I use it before I apply lipstick and it makes so much difference. It buffs away all the dead skin and just gives smoother application. Plus you can actually eat it and it’s tastes pretty amazing.
So these are the most recent LUSH products I have purchased. Have you tried any of these before? Have I missed out any of your favourites? Let me know.
Lucy Jane x