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Snowman Shower Jelly

This is the first shower jelly I’ve tried, and I’m not sure if I like it or not. Snowman Shower Jelly is sure a cute product, and the scent is amazing, but it’s also slippery and sometimes difficult to get a good hold on – which will affect the use and since I’m a lover of simple things, Snowman Jelly (or the jelly concept in general) leaves me a bit thorn. 342 more words


Sick Day Essentials

Ah, Winter. Season of the flu.

I don’t get ill very often – but when I do, I really do. I’ve spent the day feeling sorry for myself (which, to be honest, hasn’t helped me in any way), and have compiled a list of things that make a sick day feel like a spa day. 384 more words


Twilight; Super Star!

Ingredients; Ylang Ylang oil, Benzoin Resinoid, Lavender Oil, Tonka Absolute

I’ve not been very well again; I’ve got a rather nasty ear infection and I haven’t been sleeping again, so once again I decided to treat myself to another sleepy bath bomb. 283 more words


Yog Nog Soap

The Yog Nog soap is part of this years Christmas range. It offers a creamy, soft, moisturizing experience, and the scent is pleasant and with a hint of Christmas. 436 more words


Interview with the LUSH crew!

So for one of my magazine articles, I was privileged to grab some of the staff from the Lush store in Ipswich to have a quick chat about their favourite products and the ethos of the company! 643 more words


Snowman FUN

I may be a dull old troll, but I can’t grasp the FUN concept. Maybe I should try any of the other FUN products that Lush have to offer before I reject the whole idea of FUN. 643 more words


Sparkler; Glorious Glitter

Ingredients; Rose Oil, Egyptian Geranium Oil and Sicilian Lemon Oil.

I’m not a massive fan of the Rose Argan stuff that LUSH do, though I do use Rose Jam when I’m at my boyfriend’s place and take an impromptu shower, and wasn’t completely sold on the Sparkler; but I picked up as I’d bought Northern Lights too, and liked the idea of trying both bath bomb sticks. 171 more words