Friday, December 15, 2017
Christmas At Lush

Christmas At Lush

One of my favorite things about Christmas is the Lush cosmetics, I tend to buy more from Lush at Christmas. I love all the shapes and scents that are brought out so I went in to find my top three favorite for you guys. Another positive from buying from Lush is that they do not test on animals and they support charities. This for me makes the products even more special and I love the company for doing such perfect quality products but also doing good for the world.

Before I went in I knew I wanted to buy the Christmas penguin bubble bar as I have heard so much positive things about it. This little guy is the cutest Christmas product they have this year and I just could not bring myself to use him. I just know I would love to see more of him in my Christmas stocking! This little guy will uplift your bath and make the water super soft, all you have to do is crumble it under hot water and it will create foam for your bath. He is modeled on the smallest penguin in the world found on the Philip Island- Australia.

The second product I got from the Christmas range is the melting snow man. This beauty of a product I got last Christmas as a present from a friend and since then I really hoped they would bring it back in this year and they did. You will have one of the best baths ever this Christmas if you get this little guy due to the water becoming super soft and your skin feels amazing after. The cocoa butter helps to moisturise your skin.

The last one I chose to try out from the Christmas range is the Christmas pud bath bomb, this one smells incredible. With a soothing lavender fragrance this one will be perfect to relax after a long day at work or for a pamper session before a Christmas party. I love the beautiful pastel colours and the amazing colours it makes your bath turn. This one is fun but helps you to have the most relaxing bath ever.

 

What would you buy from the Christmas range this year?

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Beauty and Lifestyle Blogger from the North West. Visit my blog at www.kemples.blogspot.co.uk