Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Christmas/Halloween Lush Goodies - 2014.

Hello guys, I'm back after a very long well needed break. I took a break from blogging as I had no enthusiasm for it anymore, but mow I'm back and bursting with ideas.

Today I bring you a lush haul. After waiting for Lush to stock there shelves with the Christmas goodies I finally took a few trips to indulge in some pre chrimbo bath bits. In this haul/collection I'll be showing you a few favourites of mine from the new 2014 collection as they have brought some old classics back, unfortunately I've already used around 5 so I will talk about them another time if you would like. Let's get started.







The Melting Snowman - This little guy looks almost too cute to put in your bath, He smells quite strongly of cinnamon and other Christmas spices. He is made with enriching almond oil and cocoa butter and doesn't add a colour to your bath, just providing some amazing skin benefits.

The Christmas Penguin - Also too cute to put in your bath, I don't want to destroy him!! He smells fresh and fruity with a subtle vanilla undertone, He helps create mountains of blue bubbles leaving your bathroom and skin smelling amazing. He is made with a blend of orange flower absolute, Sicilian mandarin and lemon oils.

Father Christmas - This little man is adorable and this year his facial features are more distinct to point out whereas last year it was a bit of a red and white mess. He smells like snow fairy but a lot less strong, more subtle. Not just the snow fairy scent though because I can defiantly smell a subtle fruity spice smell too! He turns your bath red and green, perfect christmassy colours.

Dashing Santa - Also a cute little bath bomb, New for 2014. He smells amazing, probably my favourite scent. He creates subtle bubbles and turns your bath and orange and red colour. Lush claims for him to have "toning mandarin oil, bergamot oil and orange flower absolute that help put a spring in your step"

Luxury Lush Pud - This vibrant bath bomb takes my breath away, the colours and scent provide the perfect Christmas bath bomb. One plopped in the bath the colours explode leaving "islands of pastel colours in the pink water" and it claims to have ylang ylang, and relaxing lavender oils will help banish tension.

Candy Mountain - This sweet smelling bubble bar replicates the smell of snow fairy and looks gorgeous, after using this I can tell you it turns your bath a pastel pink colour with a subtle shimmer. LOVE LOVE LOVE. Crumble this under running water for mountains of glistening bubbles topped with a magical pink mist.

Lord Of Misrule - A halloween one, also looks like a christmas tree to me! Lord of Misrule brings mischievous revelry to the tub with a spicy herbal blend of patchouli and black pepper oil. It creates a cauldron like atmosphere to your bath and smells sweet also.

Northern Lights - This bath bomb not only looks amazing but smells amazing too! It's a typical relaxation scent perfect for a soak in the bath after long days and work and school, It contains lavender oils and creates a purple, blue and yellow swirl.

Thanks for reading, you can check out my haul video about these by clicking here or watching it here.


Thanks for reading.

Ella x



5 comments:

  1. I love Lush and I went there and bought many of these things on Saturday haha! I forgot about the Father Christmas one though, ugh this post has reminded me I forgot to pick it up! I went through so many of it last year! Anyway ahah great post :)

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  2. I have the Father Christmas one, Luxury Lush Pud and Candy Mountain! Lush is amazing at Christmas! Haha great post, maybe check my blog out? xx
    http://0hsodaisy.blogspot.co.uk/

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  3. great haul! I'm hoping to pick up some of the Lush Christmas bits soon, especially more of northern lights, it's my favourite!

    brooke // http://brookeelise-beauty.blogspot.com/

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  4. Great Post i'm obsessed with Lush so much, I really recommend the Candy Mountain bubble bar its cheap for what you get and smells amazing.
    http://katierecommendsstuff.blogspot.co.uk/

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