Tuesday, 13 January 2015

LUSH Christmas Sale

Hello!

So, on boxing day, LUSH had a half price sale on all Christmas stock and any stock made before November 21st, of course, the website crashed and they ended up selling more stock then they actually had, which meant long delays in receiving orders, but yesterday my parcel finally arrived!!

Drummers Drumming Bubble Bar

I had my eye on this for so long, but in stores decided to pick up the star wand instead because it was a long term favourite, but this smells incredible, and I love the design of this! 
£2.18


Santa's Lip Scrub

Again, this was one that instantly caught my eye, but I already have the Bubblegum scrub and didn't want to spend that much, so when it was half price I couldn't resist, however upon use, the little hearts are really annoying, hopefully I'll get used to them, it tastes incredible though!
£2.29


Shoot For The Stars Bath Bomb

I just love the design of this one, you can't see it but on the sides there is also some yellow detailing, it smells lovely and it's definitely one for a cold rainy night!
£1.46


So White Bath Bomb

I love this, the scent, the way it leaves your skin, I think I'm going to do a separate post on the So White products!
£1.46


The Christmas Hedgehog Bubble Bar

This guy is just the cutest! It is the crumbliest product I've come across yet, which I think is super useful in order to save product when using a bubble bar!
£1.35


Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds Bubble Bar

This isn't Christmas stock, it was just made before the end of November, and I normally pick up the comforter so thought I'd give this one a go!
£1.98


As you can see, all of this combined with the bits I already have gives me a massive collection at the moment, so I would say I don't need to go to LUSH for a while, but I really want the Unicorn Horn Bubble Bar from the Valentines Day range....


What are your LUSH favourites?


lots of love,
Jess xxx

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