I think you guys know the drill by now, but I have purchased a couple more Lush products recently. I don’t know what it is about Lush, but somehow I can’t stop buying their products. I just think everything looks so exciting and they have so many innovative goodies I just need to try. After reading a review from Evelien on the Carrot Shower Oil from the Easter collection I immediately decided to place an order on the Lush UK website. In today’s post I’m going to show you guys what I got and what you can expect to see in review-form on my blog in the near future!
Starting off with the reason why I placed my order on the Lush UK website. The Lush Easter Carrot Shower Oil. I mean, how cute does this look?! I was already interested in this product when I saw the looks of it in stores, but since I thought it would smell very strong of carrot did scare me a little. I mean, carrot is cool and all, but I don’t want to wash myself in a strong carrot scented oil. But, as luck would have it, Evelien wrote in her review that it’s not just carrot that you smell. So I bought it and now I can see for myself what I think it smells like and how well it works for me. Review will be up soon!
Another product I bought from a limited edition collection is the Aubergine Bath Bomb from the Valentines range. I already bought this a while ago, but I liked the scent so much that I felt like ordering one more now that I had the chance. I don’t know what’s going on, because when I first smelled this I didn’t love the scent of it at all, but after a while I ended up falling in love with it anyway. Love can be a strange thing you guys.
The last bath product I bought is an exclusive. This is the Cocktail Sieve from the Community Favourites page. I follow one of those Lush-creator-people on Instagram and I saw he created this sieve, inspired by how people like to make Lush cocktails in a sieve. I find this such a cool idea that I just needed to have it. So here it is.
Carrot Shower Oil £4,95 – Aubergine Bath Bomb £3,95 – Cocktail Sieve Bath Bomb £3,95
The next two items I purchased are both skincare items and part of the relatively new naked skincare collection from Lush. So far I have only tried the 7 to 3 Cleansing Wipe and I have the Mortal Kombu Eye Mask laying around, waiting to be tested. But that’s it. After reading some things about the facial oils and cleansers I decided to go ahead and buy one of each to try for myself.
The first thing I got is the Lush Amazon Primer Facial Oil. This one is supposed to be great to apply before makeup and it should actually have mattifying effects on the skin. This sounds really weird as this is a facial oil, so I’m really curious to find out how this will work for my skin. It does look really cool and interesting, so I have high hopes.
The second and last naked skincare product I bought is the Lush Like A Virgin Cleanser. It’s supposed to work like Ultrabland, which is a cleanser I’ve been meaning to try for a while now, but this is packaging-free so that’s even better. I’m also excited to find out how this will work out for me. If it turns out to be amazing, I might even pick up a few more of these naked cleansers to try out.
Amazing Primer Facial Oil £9,95 – Like A Virgin Cleanser £4,95
The last two things I purchased are two Lush tins to store my naked facial oil and naked cleanser. I think these are best stores in a tin like this one in order for them not to melt too much. And in addition to that, these tins look absolutely adorable. I ended up getting an oval one for my facial oil and I wanted to get a round one for the cleanser but they were sold out, so I ended up getting a square one for the cleanser. Both set me back £2,95.
And that concludes this little Lush haul. I’m, again, really excited about these products. I can’t wait to give everything a proper try and see how they work for me. If you’re curious about that too, make sure you keep an eye out for the reviews that are coming up in the near future! Anyway, thank you guys so much for reading today’s post, and be sure you let me know what Lush products are on your wishlist!