Monday, 7 September 2015

Lush, a Creamy Candy Sex Bomb!

Do you ever have one of those shopping sprees planned where you psych yourself up to spend a fortune and really put yourself into debt treat yourself? You put a whole day aside, you go to a centre that has all of the shops you love, you have the cash/vouchers ready to spend and you get there and...


 ...there's absolutely nothing you want. Nada.

 And it's sods law that when you have no money to spend you want everything


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Well this happened just the other week. Sam got a new job and to celebrate we went out to treat ourselves. Other than a lovely lunch and a lot of burnt calories from walking miles around the centre I was pretty much empty handed. Just before we headed home Sam had the brilliant idea (his words) of popping into Lush to get a couple of bits. With his hands aching from carrying bags full of new goodies I think he was feeling a little guilty. 

It didn't take long to pick out a couple of products to try.


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Like many others I am a huge fan of the Snow Fairy shower gel and the Creamy Candy Bubble bar smells pretty similar -if not identical. As soon as I had a sniff of this it went straight in my basket! It's really sweet and like candy floss. It's described as a "sweet treat to lift your mood' -which is certainly does in my case. Sometimes I find sweet smells a bit sickly but I really love this one.

I prefer the bubble bars as you get a few uses out of them so they feel like better value. Although this one was a great price at £2.75 anyway. It has a blend of almond and cocoa butter which leaves the skin with a lovely velvety texture. It's apparently a new formula but as I haven't used it before I'm not too sure what the difference is, after a quick google I can see it's a darker pink so maybe the water goes a brighter colour than it used to? It really did make my bath a lovely deep pink colour which was really pretty and there were loads of bubbles even though I only used a third of the bar.


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The second item I picked up was the Sex Bomb Bath Bomb (£3.35). I'm not usually a big fan of bath bombs, it can feel like a bit of a waste to see your money fizz up and disappear in one go! (oh Im such a cheapskate sometimes!) but the scent was lovely and it is apparently great for when you're tired, stressed out and anxious -which is me 80% of the time! 

It contains jasmine which is an ancient aphrodisiac -I guess that's where the name Sex Bomb comes in. Jasmine is used to relieve stress and anxiety so is perfect when I need to really wind down.
There's also ylang ylang to sooth worries and clary sage which clears the mind. All the ingredients sounded perfect for what I was looking for. I haven't used this yet, I'm saving it for a night where I really need to relax but I've got high hopes for it and will update as soon as I use it!

I always love getting a couple of Lush treats, even when they're not being used they make the room smell great. I've got my eye on a few other bits and I have a trip planned to the infamous 3 floor store on Oxford street with my bestie in a few weeks -I'm sure I'll be picking up a load more products to try so send over any recommendations!





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1 comment:

  1. I lovveee Lush bath bombs and bubble bars! These look fab. I'm so jealous, we don't have a bathtub at the moment (just a shower cubicle) and I miss pampering long baths so much. Saving for a new bathroom so fingers crossed it'll happen soon and I'll get to have baths again.

    Lyndsay | Fizzy Peaches

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