Today I took a trip to my local LUSH store with my bestfriend (/youtuber) Larrissa

I am a newbie to LUSH so I haven't tried out many of their items yet apart from the ones that you get in a giftbox which they don't sell any more, however it contained Think Pink, The Comforter, Space Girl and Creamy Candy.
This time I have bought another selection of items which I will show you in this haul post.
I haven't tried any of these before so I will not be able to do a full review on them because I will have nothing to go from apart from the look and smell of the items. 

1) 'Mmmelting Marshmallow Moment' (£3.95 each) 
This is a bath bomb which smells of Marshmallows. It has a very sweet smell and brings to mind being at a fair with lots of sweets like candy floss and pick 'n' mix. According to the LUSH official website this has been created using a root of a mashmallow herb. I really like the bright pink colour and can only imagine what it will do to the bath. 

2) Phoenix Rising(£3.25 each)
I was attracted to this bath bomb simply because of the colours. I really love the colour purple and the thought of having a purple bath is amazing. This bath bomb was made with a nice blend of cocoa and shea butters and has a rich cinnamon fragrance. 

3) Granny takes a dip (£3.25 each) 
I saw a sales assistant demonstrate this to another customer and I was AMAZED by the colours and the swirls. It has a spicy and citrus scent which are created by using lemon, ginger and pepper oils. 

4) Dragon's Egg (£3.25 each) 
I've heard a lot of positive feedback in the blogosphere about this particular bath bomb and it seems to be a lot of people's favourite so I decided to grab one to see what all the fuss was about. Its scent is of lemon sherbet with a hint of jasmine and leaves the water a citrusy gold. This bath bomb smells amazing and I can't wait to try it. 

I am really rubbish when it comes to skin care to the point that I don't even know what 'skin type' I have, so I explained this to the sales assistant in the shop and she suggested that this face mask is an all-rounder so I thought that I would give it a try. It has been made with seaweed, kaolin, honey, aloe vera and rose. 
The tub seems quite small to me however when I asked the lovely lady she said that it's recommended to use this twice a week which lasts for about 3 weeks (so that's about 6 masks). I decided to take the plunge and buy it anyway as I have also heard such great reviews about this product too.

Lush is well known to be driven by many different causes and charities. 
Photo source here
Hen Harriers are on the brink of becoming extinct as a breeding bird on our home soil and are currently one of the UK's most threatened birds of prey.
 It is illegal to kill a Hen Harrier or any other type of bird in the UK. 

Lush are asking you to sign a petition so that they can try and ban the 'sport' of driven grouse shooting (which has led to the near extinction to the Hen Harrier.) For more information or to sign the petition then click HERE

What are you favourite products from Lush? Leave a comment below and I'll check them out next time!


  1. Great haul, I love Lush :) I love your blog and I have followed you with Bloglovin, if you ever get a chance to check out my blog I would be delighted, thanks!

    Camille xo

  2. Thank you, I'm glad you like my blog :) I love yours too!xx