Monday, June 8, 2015
Lush Oxford Street haul
Not long ago I tool a trip with my mum and sister to London and had all of five minutes to explore the new beautiful Lush store on Oxford Street. With the small amount of time I had I literally ran in, grabbed what caught my eye, paid, and left. I will go back soon and have a real look around as there's like 200 products specifically for the Oxford Street store (keep a look out for future haul). Before you start reading, I'm some what a novice with scent explanation.
Comforter shower cream- you can guess from the name that this is a liquid version of the Comforter bubble bar. It smells absolutely divine and feels great on the skin. The colour is light highlighter pink and I have to be really careful using it in a white bathroom! Being a fan of Ribena I love the scent of the comforter as the blackcurrant smell is so strong.
Yuzu and Cocoa shower cream- smells pretty much the same as Bubbleroon and is a super strong scent. It feels lovely and moisturising on the skin and stays bright yellow until you wash it off (I admit I did think it was going to stain my skin its that bright).
Sacred Lotus bath bomb- to me this looks like a dragons foot or and egg... which is nothing like the name. This will be used after a long day at work as it is supposed to help uplift your mood. The smell is very sweet with a bit of a floral hint.
Intergalactic bath bomb- obviously the bright colours attracted me to this initially. The smell is very strong peppermint and reminds me of peppermint polos. Not sure how I feel about this smell as a bath bomb but I will use it and report back.
Cyanide Pill bath bomb- this bath bomb smells very almondy but with a bit of marzipan too. Apparently this scent is a Gorilla perfume scent that they didn't use which is pretty cool it's now in a bath bomb.
The Experimenter bath bomb- to me this smell is very similar to those old school sweets parma violets. I managed to spot a worker demonstrating this bath bomb and it looks crazy cool in the bath and I can't wait to use it.
Have you gone to the Oxford Street store yet? I'm certainly going to pop in there agin when I have more time and no doubt spend too much money.
Have you used any of these products before? What ones were your favourite?