As promised here is a more detailed insight of Lush Christmas 2014, I will of course be purchasing the shower gels and soap etc when the products launch this coming October (4th).
Lush Snow White Bath Bomb £3.30
A light apple fragranced bath bomb, the scent is soft and a firm favourite year after year.
I'm glad to see this fizzy treat back, even if it does turn the bath pink.
Lush Cinders Bath Bomb £3.30
A slightly spicy bath bomb that contains popping candy, I believe it has been created to mimic the crackling of a fire. The scent is warm and very much a festive treat that will leave you both cleansed and suitable cosy afterwards.
Lush The Christmas Hedgehog Bubble Bar £3.30
A soft and almost aromatic fragranced product - a blend of shea butter, cocoa butter, rose absolute and ylang ylang. I can imagine this to be the perfect bubble bath for those who find it difficult to relax in the evening.
Talk about glitter central! A big figgy pudding shaped bubble bar that is scented with lime, patchouli and cinnamon, in my opinion this is the most traditionally scented product of the bunch. It almost reminds me of Christmas Cake.
Let's face it so many of us can become a little rushed and dare I say it over excited around the festive period? If that sounds familiar then you may want to try out this gentle bubbling bath product which features notes of ylang ylang and jasmine absolute. I've heard many say it helps them nod off with ease.
As I've said before this is a brand new concept, half bath bomb/half bath melt. Pretty clever, you have all the fun of the bath bomb yet the skin softening benefits of a bath melt due to the shea butter. This is gently scent with Rose but in all honesty it smells more floral than your typical rose bath product.
A super sparkly blend of cocoa butter, shea butter and coconut butter, oddly this has a buttery smell, mild and great for a festive yet moisturising bath.
A soft soft that can be used to create shapes and mould products all the while cleansing the body. You can also use it to create a light, bubble bath too. This has been fragranced with Honey I Washed the Kids, a creamy honey and vanilla scent.
An egg nog scented soap dusted with cinnamon and nutmeg. Yes it is based on the famous drink which I have yet to try and smells oddly creamy and spicy at the same time. It is beautifully festive. This is a hand and body soap.
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