Lush Haul

Hello, my lovelies!

It’s been quite the week in the word of Liv, a bit of an emotional rollercoaster but I think I’m getting a grasp on it, shiny shiny happy happy thoughts (God that sounds mad but for the most part trying to be positive about things is helping).

On Tuesday I thought I’d treat myself to a few bits from Lush as a bit of a pick me up, it’s been a while since I’ve bought anything from Lush, I think the last time was actually when I posted Lush Mask Of Magnaminty Review.

So here’s what I picked up!

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The Comforter Bubble Bar– To me this smells a bit like blackcurrants and exactly like a Shower Jelly called Sweetie Pie that Lush used to make.  I should get about 4 baths out of this if I just break it off into chunks and crumble it under the tap.

Unicorn Horn Bubble Bar– I can’t quite put my finger on the scent, it just smells very sweet and soothing. I am however very excited to have sparkly unicorn bubbles. Could maybe squeeze 3 baths out of this if I’m careful. 🙂

Twilight Bath Bomb– This is the only bath bomb I picked up, I like them but I’m more of a bubbles kinda girl (I think it’s the little kid in me, haha). I used this one the night I got them, it had a lovely soothing lavender scent to it and turned my bath from pink to a deep calming purple.

A French Kiss Bubble Bar– As you can imagine this bubble bar is just straight up lavender, I thought it looked quite cute with its little spring of lavender poking out so I picked it up for the times went I want a nice sleepy bath before bed. I could probably squeeze 3 baths out of this, at a push.

Mask of Magnaminty– I picked up another tub of this beauty! It’s probably one of my favourite Lush products, I’m pretty sure it’s their only self-preserving mask and it leaves your skin feeling super soft. I used this one last night and woke up this morning with my skin looking a little less red and angry than it normally does, which is always good in my book!

What have you guys done this week?

lots-of-loveliv-x

 

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