I planned to do a sort of standard Lush haul, as these four products are my go-to Lush picks, and of course it’s prime time for sneaking in a Lush spree!
Aaaaand then I realised I didn’t buy a single one of the above products – Jordan did! I usually get a welcome home Lush bundle when I’ve been travelling, but that post title just doesn’t flow the same…
Anyway, I guess they’re definitely standout favourites for me, if my boyfriend knows to buy them!
Since it’s coming up to one-bath-a-day weather, I thought it was the perfect time to get your Lush wishlist finalised before the cold weather sets in.
Lush Olive Branch Shower Gel; This is an absolute must for everyone, I swear by this heavenly scented wonder! The delicious combo of mandarin, vine leaves and bergamot is so warming on chilly mornings, and the inviting scent fills the entire bathroom.
It’s a taste of the Mediterranean that makes getting out of bed just that little bit easier.
I lather this up in the shower as a body wash and also fill my baths with it, it produces a dreamy lather and I literally get to bathe in that scent. Diiiivine.
Lush A French Kiss Bubble Bar; This is my bedtime treat for a seriously good slumber, thanks to the calming notes of lavender! Not only does this create such a relaxing atmosphere, the lilac water and masses of bubbles are just made to Instagram!
I usually get a few uses out of this perfectly pastel pick, so make sure to break off chunks each time to make it a little more economical.
Lush Comforter Bubble Bar; Of course, The Comforter just had to make an appearance! This is everyone’s favourite find, as it really is just as comforting as the title suggests.
It smells like sweets and promises piles of bubbles, and the bar lasts a fair few baths too. Just remember to smash it up the day you get it, it makes it easier to break off chunks before it hardens.
Lush Big Shampoo; I rarely wash my hair with anything else, as this sea salt-laden shampoo gives my hair texture and body like no other!
It’s like salt spray in shampoo form, and it makes such a ‘big’ difference to my fine, flat locks that I find it hard to be without it.
Lather up the salty concoction in damp hair and rinse well, then follow it up with a good conditioner on ends. A flawless ritual for your best hair yet.
Are you a Lush fan? What are your must-haves?