Sunday, 20 December 2015

BEAUTY | lush haul

Any one who has tried Lush will probably know the obsession with it - whether you have tried bath bombs, their cosmetics, fragrances or have received a gift set as a gift, you will understand where the love for Lush comes from. The origins of the story behind Lush began over thirty years ago, but Lush as know it began in 1995. The biggest thing that Lush is known for is their fight against animal testing, and how they do not source ingredients from companies who condone testing on animals. With this in mind, and the fact that the products are handmade, it is no wonder that Lush is as big as it is, and now operates in 40 countries, has 700 stores and employs over 6000 people, from those who make and sell the soap to those who visit jungles and source new and innovative raw materials. 

My personal favourites from Lush are the bath bombs and bubble bars, and having sensitive skin it is important to me that whatever I use in the bath does not make my skin flare and itch (as so many products do unfortunately.) This is why I am a Lushie (a term coined for the "fan base" that Lush has) - the products smell incredible, help me to relax after a stressful day and they are kind to my sensitive skin. I recently had a little haul, and thought I would share it with you all, so that those of you who haven't heard about Lush, or those who want to order but are unsure, can understand what the "hype" is all about. 



Star Dust - Christmas bath bomb - £2.95


So White - Christmas bath bomb - £3.65


Peeping Santa - Christmas bubble bar - £3.95


Candy Mountain - Christmas bubble bar - £2.95


Butterbear - Christmas bath bomb - £1.95


Sparkly Pumpkin - bubble bar - £3.65


Ickle Baby Bot - bath bomb - £1.95

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