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Sunday, 23 November 2014



I'm always so excited to see Lush's Christmas offerings and after a trip to Lush on Friday I now have a lovely little haul that's making my whole flat smell amazing! Here's what I bought:

Snow Fairy: This bright pink, sweet candy shower gel is one of my favourite products from Lush. I'm so glad that Lush has added skin softening seaweed to Snow Fairy this year, I've always loved the smell but felt that it wasn't really moisturising enough for the winter months. With this addition, it's perfect to use over the festive period as keeps your skin feeling silky soft and leaves a lovely sweet lingering scent to your skin.

Cinders: This lovely little bath ballistic contains cinnamon, sweet orange oil and vegan popping candy. It's become a tradition for me to buy Lush Cinders every Christmas and whenever I use it the scent fills the whole home and makes me feel so, so festive!

Snow Angel: This is the prettiest bath melt that's full of moisturising ingredients. Snow Angel is covered in gold and silver glitter (which is something I normally avoid as the glitter can get everywhere and sticks to your skin!) but this was too cute to pass up, I'm going to save this for a day when I know I'm just staying in, possibly Boxing day!

I also got two soaps that both smell absolutely amazing. Yog Nog is my favourite of the two and smells like sweet spiced fudge. Both of these soaps contain coconut oil and so leave your skin feeling so soft. Alex actually picked up Reindeer Rock soap to show me as it contains Lingonberry and so reminded him of Ikea! It smells so delicious, like winter berries.

I really love everything that I bought from lush and I've already added the Gold fun bar - a sweet toffee smelling soap/bubble bath to my Christmas wishlist! 

Have you tried anything from Lush's Christmas collection?


  1. Great haul, I bet they all smell divine! These would make fab Christmas presents or stocking fillers! x

    The Belle Narrative

  2. I have tried the cinders bath bomb! but it made my bath water yellow :S haha

    1. It makes mine yellow too, not the prettiest bath ballistic but it smells so nice :) x

  3. Lovely haul! I love Lush. <3

  4. I'd love to try some of this out! The snow angel is just the cutest!

  5. Snow Fairy sounds so yummy, i need it!
    xprincessjas | ♥

  6. I love Snow Fairy, such a lovely scent!

    Maddy, xo // UNSTITCHEDD

  7. I think Cinders sounds gorgeous. I love the smell of cinnamon, especially in the winter months. It's so cosy! These all look lovely though!

    Chloe The Redhead | Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle

  8. i do adore lush at christmas! need to get to a store and pick up some bits i think

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  9. Cinders is one of my all time favourite lush products. Smells absolutely divine.


  10. Great haul! And nice photo!

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  11. Snow angel sounds so lovely! xx

  12. Oh my, everything looks so lovely! Beautiful photos as ever (: might have to pick up some of that Yog Nog soap for my apartment...

  13. Hello, nice post! I have this soap. It smell so good

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  14. I looove Lush's Christmas collection :) My favourites are the Christmas Penguin and Snow Angel :P
    Ana Céline Labod

  15. Lovely bits you've picked up! Makes me want to pick up Cinders and have a nice bath this evening :) I'm a big fan of the Butterbear bath melt lately xx

    Love and Marmalade

  16. I always head to LUSH to stock up on sticking fillers! Love the sound of all of these!

    Josie XOXO
    Fashion Mumblr

  17. I absolutly LOVE the Lush Snow Fairy body wash, it smells so delicious! I wish I had a bathtub so i could try one of the lovely bath products they offer:)

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