We all know that I am a rather large Lush fan, especially around Christmas. So over the course of the last few months I’ve been testing out some new Lush bits I picked up, as well as some old favourites and non Christmas exclusives. I thought I would let you in on my must have products for you to try this year.
First up is the Sugar Plum Fairy Lip Scrub (or any other Lush lip scrub.) I used to own the Bubblegum one which smells like sweets, that was until my little brother got his hands in it, literally. These are amazingly good at getting rid of the dead skin on your lips, the sugar is finely milled but still gives enough of a scrub. While these smell great, Sugar Plum Fairy shares it’s scent with the Comforter bubble bar, they also taste good, though I wouldn’t recommend eating it all in one go. I don’t know of many other brands that do good quality lip scrubs at an affordable price of £5.75, if you think one will benefit you, Lush do other flavours than the Christmas edition Sugar Plum Fairy.
So White Shower Gel is part of the apple scented family which includes Santa’s Belly Shower Jelly and So White Bath Bomb. I had to specially order this off the Lush Kitchen as it’s not actually a permanent product and it cost a little bit more than a normal shower gel but for the scent it’s worth it. Apples completely wake me up so this has now become a must for morning showers, or any showers to be honest.
One product that me and my mum always disagree about is Ro’s Argan Body Conditioner. Personally I love the sweet rose smell while she does not. I love using this just after I’ve performed the arduous task of shaving my legs, it almost makes the task worthwhile as my legs are super smooth. It does feel greasy when you first apply it but once it’s rinsed off your skin feels dreamy.
My final favourite is from the Halloween collection: Magic Wand Soap. I’ll be honest, I use a hell of a lot more liquid soap than I do bar soap, so you might be wondering why I, not only bought, but also love it. Let’s get real here: makeup brush washing is so boring, I add my Lush soaps to spice it up a bit. By using bar soap you can make you brushes smell amazing and make sure your hands don’t become dried up and grubby at the same time!
All in all, I love most products I’ve tried from Lush, they’re rarely a hit and miss brand. I do need to try some of their skincare but it’s so expensive and I have a lot already. (Oh and I’m on a spending ban…) If you want to know which product I would say you should try at all costs, that would be a Lush lip scrub, Bubblegum if you can, as Sugar Plum Fairy was a Christmas special.