Slightly unorthodox, but I’m not as enamoured by Lush’s extensive array of bubble bars as everyone else appears to be. Yes, I’m partial to the odd bath bomb that leaves a confetti, glitter or petal film at the bottom of my tub but in all honesty, I’m much more interested in Lush’s other offerings.
Rub rub rub shower scrub – Courtesy of my reptile-esque, dry skin; this shower scrub works wonders for gently ridding my skin of any flakiness and I also use it as a sort of clarifying shampoo. Every 2 (ish) weeks, I’ll use this in place of my regular shampoo to rid my hair of any product build-up, impurities and grease. Sea salt, jasmine, orange flower and lemon oil? Yes, please.
Rose jam shower gel – In no way emblematic to the smells of a dear old lady’s boudoir; this limited edition gel scent smells very fresh and of vanilla, rose, Turkish delight and argan oil. I only wish Lush would right their wrongs and make this a permanent product! Until that day comes, I will continue to ration my stash out and scream at any one of my family members whom tries to sneakily use it.
Rose jam bubbleroon – Much like the shower gel, this macaron-esque bubble bar is a rose lover’s dream. With the addition of lemon oil and shea butter, this is fresh, decadent and makes for a very luxurorious bath indeed.
American cream – this hair conditioner makes the perils of having dry, fine and yet bushy hair seem all the less worse. While its consistency isn’t particularly rich, it serves well as a conditioner that injects moisture without weighing the hair down.
Dirty springwash shower gel – the old ‘last, but certaintly not least’ phrase couldn’t be truer here; this is almost certainly my favourite shower gel from Lush. Spearmint scents are just my fave and with the added herby note of thyme, this feels quite grown-up.
Are you a Lush fan? If so, what are your fave products? 🙂 Jess x