Friday, 2 December 2016

Lush Christmas Collection 2016 | Blogmas

Hi Everyone! My first actual blogmas post is of course going to be all about Lush, because I am a big fan of their products. I am going to show you all of the products I've bought from the 2016 Christmas collection.

On the top you can see some of the Autumn/Halloween products, at the bottom you can see all of the winter products I've bought.

'Before making this, Father Christmas must have stopped at a sweet shop for stocking fillers because it smells like freshly spun candy floss. Soak away the hours in sweet, mouthwatering waters as the blushing red of Santa's cheeks fizz away to reveal a vivid, holly-green centre.'

The father christmas bath bomb does give your bath a lot of colour and smells deliciously sweet, I loved it!

Santa may use his dairy-free chocolate eyes to see who's been naughty or nice come Christmas, but, at this time of year, he also looks out for the perfect batch of hand-churned shea butter. Nipping over to Ghana, he visits the Ojoba women's cooperative, who crack and churn the shea pods into a rich, chocolatey butter. Blended with Fair Trade, organic cocoa butter, this indulgent combination is sandwiched between fragrant bergamot and geranium oils. Crumble under running water for sack loads of fruity bubbles.

Peeping Santa is a bit more on the fruity side, it's scent made me think of strawberries, but it wasn't too sweet. Bubble bars give your bath a lot of bubbles, a touch of colour and a lovely scent.
I used my Peeping Santa around five times until it ran out.

Snow White had a tough time of it. If you too are likely to spend Christmas day evading evil stepmothers, stroppy mirrors, not to mention cooking and cleaning for seven singing men, you certainly deserve a dip in the bath. Crisp, apple-scented waters, as pure as the driven snow, fizz and foam, while bergamot oil and rose absolute restore peace and calm. At the core, a heart of fruity, uplifting neroli oil and orange flower absolute is sure to revive your (Christmas) spirit. 

The So White bath bomb looks plain and boring, but it has a great relaxing scent and if you look closely you can see that there are some hidden colours!

Dissolving into a flurry of snow, blanket your bath in white foam before revealing a shimmering golden glow. Rich in moisturising Fair Trade cocoa butter, with a delicate marzipan scent, and oodles of rose, benzoin and cassie absolute to treat winter skin to a softening, floral soak.

The bath melt 'Snow Angel' will make your skin super soft and glowy. It has a soft floral scent to it and leaves your bath full of glitters after it dissolved. 

When it's really chilly, Antarctic birds of a feather stick together in big, cuddly huddles. When there's no one around the hug, a bath with this will ensure you feel toasty. This endearing little penguin might be flightless, but, when you give him a crumble under the tap, blankets of flipperin' awesome foam soar out and transform your bath into a frothy landscape of blue and white crests. What's more, you won't receive a cold reception; Sicilian lemon and mandarin oils combine with sweet bergamot to give your mood a cheery citrus boost. If someone asks to "borrow" yours, tell 'em to go fish.

The Christmas Penguin is a bubble bar that comes back every year and I'm not complaining.
It fills your bath with bubbles and has a fresh citrus scent, you can also use this multiple times.

I hope you enjoyed reading this post and to see you back tomorrow!


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